Miss C. A. SIMPSON: Rural Survey-V, Districts on Soft Rock and what can be seen there '
3.0 ' Peoples of the World and their Homes' —
IX, The Rt. Hon. W. G. ORMSBY GORE: ' Nigeria—Conquerors and Conquered—Fulani and Hausa'
3.25 Hints on Athletics and Games'—IX,
Soccer'—The Rov. K. R. G. HUNT
Mns. M. PRIMMER , who is a New Zealand journalist, is spending some time in London and Paris. For some time she conducted the Children's Hour at one of the New Zealand broadcasting stations, as well as doing other broadcasting work; she will, therefore, make particular reference, in her talk, to New Zealand radio.
IT is the aim of this series to give young people's organizations an opportunity to set out their special aim and objects.
Miss Brodigan is the Principal of Grey Ladies' College, and the author of ' Principles and Methods of Club Work '
CONTINUING his study of the things that make for an enjoyment in poetry, Mr. Ridley will take us further into the poet's workshop and describe some more of the details of his craft-as, for instance, rhyme and literary devices depending on sound, literary devices depending on sense, images, epithets, etc.
THE name of J. Michael Diack is well . known to Scottish music lovers in more than one connection, and he has dono valuable work in editing and arranging many of the fine old Scottish songs. Although his life work has been rather closely bound up with the publishing side of music, he has found time to devote not merely to Scottish folk song, but to such splendid music as the great Bach's. Among many other valuable tasks, he brought out an edition of the ' Peasant Cantata' with English text which has done a good deal to make that joyous work better known than it was before.
Relayed from THE QUEEN'S HALL
(Sole Lessees, Messis. Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
PAUL HINDEMITH (Viola)
THE B.B.C. SYMPHONY Orchestra
(Leader, ARTHUR CATTERALL )
Conducted by SIR HENRY WOOD
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