Concerto No. 5 in F (Larghettoâ?? Allegroâ??Alla Siciliano) - Handel
Prelude, Fugue and Variation - Franck
HILDA BENTLEY Shepherd's Song (' Job ') - Hubert Parry
EDGAR T. COOK Sonata No. 4 in E Minor - Bach
HILDA BENTLEY A Prayer to our Lady Donald - Ford
EDGAR T. COOK Rhapsody in C - Statham
Cradle Song and Finale - Stravinsky
The Golliwog's Cakewalk (Debussy) and other
Piano Solos played by Cecil Dixon
The Escape of Salvation Yeo, from ' Westward
Ho ! ' (Charles Kingsley )
My father has some very fine sheep and other Songs sung by Rex Palmer
' Tom of the Goatskin,' from ' Friendship,' told by'Etienne Skilbeek
THIS is the last of the ' Literary Criticisms talks that have been given by distinguished visitors whilst Mr. Desmond McCarthy was on holiday, for he himself returns to the microphone next Monday week. Mr. Ralph Straus , who will deputize for him tonight, is well known as a novelist, his books including ' The Unseemly Adventure,' ' Our Wiser Sons,' and ' Married Alive.'
(The Woman Who Knows)
Rose HIGNELL (Soprano)
PATRICIA ROSSBOROUGH and PARTNER
(Syncopated Duets at the Piano)
(Vibraphone and Xylophone
CLAPHAM AND DWYER in ' A Further Spot of Bother'
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally conducted by Jack Payne
Y now the most unobservant citizen cannot fail to have noticed on the streets largo hoardings bearing very artistic inducements to him to take more interest in the life of his fellow-subjects of the Empire overseas. Tonight Mr. Howard, the author of ' The Emigrant,' will give a first-hand impression of life in the Anti. podes, which should do much to make listeners realize how the up-country farmers in Australia really live and should help to clear up the misconceptions about Australia which it is easy for those unable themselves to visit the Dominion to ac u're.
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