Sir Walford Davies ' Series for
Students of Music
(a) A Beginner's Course
(6) An Intermediate Course with Short Concert
(c) A Short Advanced Course
3.35 ELEMENTARY FRENCH
By Monsieur E. M. STÉPHAN
Second Day of Request Week
' Farmer Giles' Train Ride,' 'Farmer Giles' Outing,' ' What's de good ob Grousin',' and ' How to Sell Eggs,' by Frederick Chester
A ' Zoo Talk,' by LESLIE G. MAIN -
'AUNT PRISCILLA' has promised to say a few words
A Broadcast Thriller in One Act by J. JEFFERSON FARJEON
The Scene to bo visualized is a large, bare lounge-hall in an empty house, with a flight of creaking wooden stairs
The people concerned are :
- James Spender
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