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: EVENSONG

RELAYED FROM WESTMINSTER ABBEY

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Part Songs by The
Wireless Chorus. The Story of ' The Beach-comber ' (Mortimer Batten), told by Derek McCulloch. ' Tiger Shooting,' by Shikkar '

: Miss EVA CHRISTY: How It's Done-How to Ride a Horse '

RIDING and horsemanship are not easy accomplishments, but they give a unique pleasure to those who have once acquired them -a dwindling number in this mechanical age. Miss Eva Christy is an expert on all matters pertaining to the horse; she was the first woman to take up the teaching of riding as a profession, and to train teachers for that profession, and she was the only woman to be appointed military instructor in riding during the war. Tonight she will describe the various seats-civil and military, side-saddle and cross, and so on.

: HANDEL'S SUITES

Played by GERDA NETTE

: CHORUS SONGS

By the ST. STEPHEN'S (BLACKPOOL) GLEEMEN
Musical Director, J. S. WARBUBTON
S.B. from Manchester

Doctor Foster (Study in Imitation-Handel) - H. Hughes
The Keys of Heaven (Cheshire Folk Song) - arr. Button
Kentucky Babe (Plantation Ditty) A Franklyn's Dog (Humorous) - Brewer
Deep River (Negro Spiritual) - arr. Burleigh
Sheep Shearing Song (An Old Dorset Folk Song) Mammy's lil' Honey (Coon Hush) - Tracy

: A SYMPHONY CONCERT

Relayed from the ROYAL HALL,
HARROGATE
S.B. from Leeds
THE HARROGATE MUNICIPAL
ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BASIL CAMERON
BETTY HUMBY (Pianoforte)

: Mr. B. H. DAVIES: The Grand Tour on a small car '

IN the eighteenth century the education of a young man of the ruling classes was considered incomplete until he had made the Grand Tour. France, Switzerland, Italy-possibly Austria and Germany-he would traverse and he would return home a travelled man of the world. Railway travel killed the Grand Tour, but motoring has revived it. The owner of a small car can do today what the young gentleman of the eighteenth century did, at a mere fraction of the cost and in a tenth of the time. Mr. Davies did it, and in tonight's talk he will describe how.

: THE ERNEST LEGGETT LONDON OCTET;

A Sketch in One Act by ROLAND PERTWEE
Characters :
THE scene represents the gallery, or cheap part, of a small provincial theatre or hall.
It has a centre aisle.
In front are a couple of benches covered with red upholstery-denoting a higher-priced seat.
We hear a small party of people taking their tickets outside, and shortly afterwards they come in and hurry, breathlessly, down the centre aisle. They are led by Maud, who holds Milly by the hand. Maud is a young woman of twenty-six years of age. Being the wife of a Londonep, and dwelling in that city, she takes command of her younger sisters, who live in less intellectual surroundings.
Milly, the youngest of the party, is only ten. It is her first visit to a place of entertainment, and she is a trifle bewildered.
Bringing up the rear are Nell and Sue-two flappers in gay-coloured cotton dresses.
Auntie is a woman of uncertain age. She is inclined to stoutness, breathlessness, and perspiration.








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