On Wednesday evening Professor Mottram gave the third of his series of talks on diet. The recipes broadcast this morning will provide practical examples of the principles that he expounded, and show how such elements as fats and eggs can be introduced into food in such a way as to be safe even for those who usually find them difficult to digest.
Under the Direction of Sir WALFORD DAVIES
The SYBIL EATON QUARTET:
SYBIL EATON (1st Violin) ; PIERRE TAS (2nd Violin) ; RAYMOND JEREMY
(Viola) ; ALLEN FORD (Violoncello)
CHRISTINE McCLURE (Mezzo-Soprano)
' The King's Breakfast ' and Songs from ' Now We Are Six,' set to music by H. Fraser-Simson and sung by DALE SMITH
' Buckingham Palace,' ' Market Square,' and other Verse from ' When Wo Were Very Young ' ' Tiggers Don't Climb Trees ! ' from ' The House at Pooh Corner ' (A. A. Milne)
THERE is, apparently, an impression amongst amateur flower-enthusiasts that sweet peas are hard to grow. This evening Mr. Unwin, who will be remembered for many previous talks on flowers, will show how mistaken this notion is, and he will also point out that no other flower in existence provides such exquisite blooms for so long a time.
STUDIES and OTHER PIANOFORTE PIECES BY
Played by NIEDZIELSKI
Feuilles mortes (Dead Leaves)
Etudes pour lea octaves (Octave Study)
Les tierces altemees (Alternate Thirds)
Canope Etudes pour les tierces (Study in Thirds)
TN his third talk, Professor Fox considers the question of whether hearing is common to the lower animals. There can be little doubt that for the most part in the animal kingdom the eye and the ear are of considerably less importance than the nose.
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