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: A Ballad Concert

BERGITTE BLAKSTAD (Contralto)
FREDERICK STEGER (Tenor)

: FRASCATI'S Orchestra

Directed by GEORGES HAECK from the Restaurant Frascati

: A Ballad Concert

MONA PRICE (Soprano)
HARRY COSTIGAN (Baritone)

: Miss MARGARET E. GREEN : 'Health in the Home—IV, Warmth and Clothing'

WHEN to change one's clothing and, having decided upon the time, what material with which to match the vagaries of the climate-these are questions dealt with by Mies Green in her fourth talk. In a word, the temperature of the body and the appropriate clothing to match that temperature.

: A Light Classical Concert

VIOLET be VILLAMIL (Soprano) THE ROWENA FRANKLIN STRING
QUARTET:
ROWENA FRANKLIN (1st Violin): DOROTHY EVERITT (2nd Violin); MARY STEWART (Viola); EDITH LAKE
'(Violoncello) 4.45 ORGAN RECITAL by EDWARD
O'HENRY
From Madame Tussaud 's Cinema

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

'THE BLACK TULIP' from the Novel by Alexandre Dumas arranged for broadcasting by UNA BROADBENT with Incidental Music by THE OLOF
SEXTET

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

VIOLIN AND PIANOFORTE SONATAS OF BACH Played by ANTONIO BROSA and GORDON BRYAN

: Mr W. F. BEWLAY, D.Sc., Director of the Cheshunt Experimental and Research Station, 'The Greenhouse Industry.' (Under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture)

IN a climate so hard to calculate as the English, probably the hardest' hit are the farmers and the gardeners. There is always the artificial climate of the greenhouse to fall back upon, the profitable conduct of which will be the subject of Mr. Bewlay's talk.

: Mrs. SIDNEY WEBB : How to Study Social Questions-IV, Can we. have a Science of Society ? '

A LL social organization assumes some capacity to predict the future and to take preventative or promotive action. In her fourth talk, Mrs. Sidney Webb 'defines the limits of the scientific method and the need of a definite scale of values to be sought through some other faculty than that of scientific discovery.

: 'Ivanhoe'

Acts II and III

: DANCE MUSIC:

MARIUS B. WINTER'S BAND, from the Hotel Cecil








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