CAMILLE VIERE : Reading in French for Secondary Schools
Poems by Du BELLAY
Si notre vie est moins qu'une journee Je hais lo Florentin
France mere des Arts
Heureux qui comme Ulysso Le Vanneur do Ble aux Vents
Mignonne, allons voir si la Rose Comma on voit sur la branche
Quand vous serez bion vielle au soir àla
Centre les Bucherons de la Forêt de Gastine
(Poesies Choisies do Ronsard-Pierre de Nolhac, Garnicr Frères)
Various Piano Solos, including 'Moment Musical' (Schubert), played by CECIL Dixon ' French Nails' (Carey Grey) Songs of Unusual Occupations, sung by REX PALMER , ' Hints on How to Play Rugby Football,' by Captain H. B. T. WAKELAM
BACH'S CHORAL PRELUDES
Played by LEONARD WARNER
From St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate
Durch Adams Fall ist Ganz verderbt (Through
Gottes Sohn ist Kommen (God's Son has Come)
In Dulci Jubilo (In Sweet Acclaim)
Heut Triumphiret Gottes Sohn (This day triumphs the Son of God)
0 Mensch bewoin dein Sunde gross (0 Man. bewail thy heavy sin)
In dir ist Freude (In Thoo is Joy)
7.0 Miss FLORA GRIERSON: Literary Criticism
7.15 Musical Interlude
7.25 Mr. F. M. EARLE,' Choosing a Career'
Mr. Laurence Housman : Crime and Society' mONIGHT'S talk is the first of an impor. tant new series, to bo broadcast on alternate Mondays at this time, in which prominent authorities will survey the social aspects of crime. The series is opened by Mr. Laurence Housman , the author of the .' Little Plays of St. Francis,' several of which have been broadcast, of ' Trimblorigg,' and many other books and plays. In addition to being a novelist, playwright, and artist, Mr. Housman is an expert on penal reform, and he contributed an introduction to Mr. Fenner Brockway 's recent book, ' A Now Way With Crime.' He will tonight survey the general problem of the relation of crime to society. Other talkers who will deal with different aspects of the subject are Dr. Cyril Burt , Lord Feversham, Colonel Turner (of Wakefield Prison), and Lord Lytton.
An article entitled' Is there a Criminal Class?' by Mr. Cecil Chapman , the well-known London magistrate, will be found on page 65. '
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