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: (Daventry only) Our Boys and Girls': Mr. W. P. FULLER, M.A., ' The Boy from the Secondary School'

LAST week's talk in this series dealt with the boy leaving school at the age of fourteen. This morning the task of finding a future for the boy leaving secondary school will be dealt with by Mr. Fuller, who is Headmaster of St. Clement Danes Grammar School and Chairman of the Employment Committee of the Incorporated Association of Headmasters of Public and Secondary Schools.

: A CONCERT

NORA SABINE (Soprano)
SEAN NEESON (Baritone)
JOSEPH SAXBY (Pianoforte)

: A Recital of Gramophone Records

By CHRISTOPHER STONE
2.0 2.25 5(Daventry only)Experimental Transmission of Still Pictures by the Fultograph Process

: Evensong

From Westminster Abbey

: A Band Concert

The FIRE BRIGADE BAND
HUGH MACKAY (Tenor)

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

Kotlnng but the Truth-to which we adhere in : Songs by IVAN MENZIES
The Story of ' The Mirror '—which never, lies (Stephen Southwold)
' As Others See Us' (often truer than we imagine) from ' Thunder on the Left ' (Christopher Morley )

: Henten Address

The Rev. ERIC SOUTHAM (Vicar of St. James's Church, Bournemouth), ' Teach us to pray-VII, When ye pray say, " Deliver us from evil." '
S.B. from Bournemouth
Listeners who have followed
Mr. Southam's series of Lenten addresses on Thursday evenings will be interested to hear that they will be published in book form after the conclusion of the series by Messrs. Mowbray & Co.

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

VIOLIN AND PIANOFORTE SONATAS
OF BACH
Played by ANTOKIO BROSA and GORDON BRYAN

: Dr. Ivor B. Hart: How an Aeroplane Flies: —IV: How we get from the Aeroplane to the Aerofoil

How many of us have realized the sheer efficiency behind a modern aeroplane? The effect of the amount of wing surface; why the upper wing is 'staggered'; and the difficulty of reconciling climbing power with speed— - these are among the questions dealt with by Dr. Hart in his fourth talk.

Contributors

Speaker: Dr. Ivor B. Hart

: Music by Max Mayer

DORA GILSON (Pianoforte)
JOHN WILLS (Pianoforte)
DALE SMITH (Baritone)
DORA GILSON and JOHN WILLS
Selection of Waltzes from Op. 7
DALE SMITH
Departure Raindrops
Nera's Song
Brother Giles
JOHN WILLS
A Little Pastoral Suite
Pastoral Dance : Evening Song ; Shepherd and Shepherdess ; The Lonely Shepherd ; Frolic
DALE SMITH
Concentration Tibbie Dunbar
The Little Waves of Breffny Song of the Alpine Hunter








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