' Suggestions for the Holiday Outfit'
MRS. TOWERS SETTLE is the Editor of Vogue. Her talk will deal not only with clothes, but with all those little etceteras that make all the difference to one's pleasure when travelling-or even when staying in the country where extra comforts are not always easily procurable.
S.B. from Leeds
' PRINCESS JOY AND THE WIZARD '
An Acted Charade by M. CHURCHILL , MIRIAM DITCHBURN BENHAM , RICHARD Western , and GUNNELLE HAMLYN
Songs by CLIVE CAREY
The Storv of ' Patch-a Husky ' (George Surrey) ' The State Umbrella of the Great Hoo-Wi '
(Margaret Gibbs )
6.50 Birthdays from London
6.0 Musical -Interlude
Bv the late GEORGE and WEEDON GROSSMITH
Read by GEORGE GROSSMITH
THE UNEXPECTED ARRIVAL HOME OF OUR SON,
WILLIE LUPIN POOTER
MRS. JAMES' INFLUENCE ON CARRIE
CAN GET NOTHING FOR LUPIN
SOMEONE TAMPERS WITH My DIARY
GOT A PLACE FOR LUPIN
Lupin STARTLES Us WITH AN ANNOUNCEMENT
AM INTRODUCED TO DAISY MUTLAR
WE DECIDE TO GIVE A PARTY IN HER HONOUR
LEO SHEFFIELD (Baritone) THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
LISTENERS have already had opportunities of hearing the music of Christabel Marillier , one of the young English composers who is in no way influenced by the revolutionary tendencies of the present day. Her music inclines rather to the simple melodiousness and grace of the time of Mozart, and it is all straightforward and delightfully easy to understand, presenting no problems to the listener. It is by no means a mere imitation of an older style, but a wholly sincere expression of the subjects which the composer chooses. It is all marked by very deft craftsmanship and by a really workmanlike familiarity with the means employed.
At 10.40 approx.
It is hoped that Colonel THE MASTER OF SEMPILL, who is himself flying in the King's Cup Air Race today, will give an Eye-Witness Account of the race. The time of his arrival is necessarily uncertain.
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