Mlle. CAMILLE VIERE aud Monsieur E. M. STÉPHAN : French Dialogue—III, ' Au
2.15 Señor Don ANDRES LEON Spanish Reading—' Un Verano en España.' by Roger Burch Weems , pages 68-75
2.30 Miss RHODA POWER: Days of Old : Tudor and Stuart Days-VI , Rehearsal Day at Black-friars'
3.5 Miss RHODA POWER: - Stories tor Younger
Pupils-VI, Why Dogs Wag their Tails (Philip
(This 'alk wilt be broadcast on a wavelength of 261.3 metres).
3.5 Gramophone Records
' The Border Ballad (Cowen) and other songs, sung by ARTHUR WYNN
The Third of ' The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestaum '-this time the Professor borrows a book (Norman Hunter )
Various Piano Solos including Valse Vive '
(Palmgren), played by CECIL Dixon
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