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: A CONCERT in THE STUDIO

ALFRED CAVE SEXTET
OLIVE GOFF (Soprano)

: LOUIS LEVY and his ORCHESTRA

from the Shepherd's Bush Pavilion

: The Hon. IRENE PARLEY, Women's Part in the Development of Western Canada'

PEOPLE in this country are getting increasingly interested in conditions of life in Canada, where so many of them have now got relations and friends. Mrs. Parley is a Member of the Legislative Assembly. and of the Government of Alberta. As one of the best-known women in the public life of the Dominions, she is well qualified to discuss the subject of this afternoon's talk.

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' Round the World in Forty
Minutes '
A convincing demonstration of the fact that
* When it's night-time in Italy,
Jt's Wednesday over here.'
The striking phenomenon will be made clear by the kind co-operation of 0. Poldiddle, Esq., who has consented to put at our disposal once more his Marvellous Universal Wireless Receiver.

: A Recital of Gramophone Records

Arranged by Mr. Christopher Stone

: Miss LILIAN BRAITHWAITE : ' The British Red Cross Society '

ON Thursday this week tho British Red Cross
Society will hold its first flag day since 1918. The reason for this is that the great work done by the Society during the war is now being approached in scale by its efforts to cope with the new dangers ' of the road. Both the Red Cross Society and the Order of St. John of Jerusalem have organized special patrols and first-aid posts at various danger points on the great highways, and many besides motorists, will bo interested to hear further details of their campaign against a peril that assumes greater dimensions as traffic grows.

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

MADRIGALS from ' THE TRIUMPHS OF ORIANA'
Sung by THE WIRELESS SINGERS
Chorus Master, STANFORD ROBINSON

: Mr. D. A. Ross: What is a Good Money System ? '

CURRENCY is as intricate a subject as any in the realm of modern finance, and as important as any if one really wants to understand international finances. Mr. Ross will explain the elements of the subject in this evening's talk.

: Vaudeville

ZAIDEE JACKSON in Negro Spirituals

: Chamber Music

LEONARD GOWINGS (Tenor)
THE MCCULLAGH STRING QUARTET Dr. JAMES E. WALLACE (Pianoforte)
. (Carnegie Collection of British Music)

: Mr. J.C. Stobart: A Talk on Talks

The autumn season of talks starts next week, and the programme is more varied and promising than it has ever yet been. In this evening's broadcast Mr. Stobart, the B.B.C.'s Director of Education, will introduce the new programme, which includes amongst its talkers such distinguished names as those of Lord Melchett, Sir Herbert Samuel , Sir Nigel Playfair, Mr. S.K. Ratcliffe, Mr. Ernest Newman, Mr. Basil Dean, and Miss Victoria Sackville-West; whilst the subjects vary from talks on "Tendencies in Industry Today" to the broadcasting of a serialized detective story by Mr. and Mrs. G.D.H. Cole.

Contributors

Speaker: J.C. Stobart

: The Greater Power

A Drama for Broadcasting
By Francis J. Mott

: Dance Music

The PICCADILLY PLAYERS, directed by AL STARITA and THE PICCADILLY HOTEL DANCE BAND from the Piccadilly Hotel








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