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: EVENSONG

Relayed from Westminster Abbey

: Dr. A. S. E. ACKERMAN, 'Engineering and Scientific Fallacies '

THIS is the second of the three monthly talks in which Mr. Ackerman will deal with various widespread fallacies on scientific and engineering subjects, and explain how, by the aid of various simple experiments, they may be effectively disproved.

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

BACH'S FRENCH SUITES
Played by BERKELEY MASON
Fourth French Suite in E Flat
Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Gavotte, Minuet, Air, Gigue

: SIR OLIVER LODGE

' Pioneers in Astronomy-VI, Newton '
(Continued)
IN the last talk of his series, Sir Oliver Lodgo will talk of Newton as the founder of modern instrumental astronomy, for the crude telescopes that Newton made with his own hands are the direct ancestors of the vast and complex instruments that are the glory of the great observatories of today.

: A BALLAD CONCERT

MEGAN THOMAS (Soprano); DALE SMITH (Baritone) ; WILLIAM PRIMROSE (Violin) ;
BERKELEY MASON (Pianoforte)
8.25 CATHLEEN NESBITT and EVAN MORGAN read' ing Poems on Birds, Beasts and Fishes

: Mr. A. G. GARDINER: Some Personal Sketches. III-LADY ASTOR

SO firmly has Lady Astor established herself as one of our national institutions that it is hard to remember that she was an American until 1906. As the first woman M.P. to take her seat in the House of Commons, and one of the few to become a figure of any importance there, she is a leading personality on the public stage, and her own wit and mental energy have kept her continuously in the public eye. Mr. Gardiner will find her a congenial subject for the exercise of his character-sketching powers.

: VARIETY

DORIS and ELSIE WATERS (Duets) ; BARBARA COUPER (in a Sketch) ; THE THREE ORIGINALS (in Harmony); SANDY ROWAN (Farewell Performance) ; AUDREY KNIGHT (Comedienne)








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