Dr. B. A. KEEN , ' Farming-I,
Farm Animals in Medieval and Modern Times'
3.0 ' The Peoples of the World and Their Homes '—II, KATHLEEN RISHATH
' The Australian and Tasmanian compared with the Bush-man'
3.25 Hints on Athletics and Games -II, 'Play-ground Games.' Miss R. M. DEWEY
LAST week Lt.-Col. Little outlined the place crafts once occupied in village life and the dwindling place they occupy today. This evening Mr. Kember, who is himself a practising blacksmith and has lectured for the Kent Rural Community Council, will describe the place of his own par. ticular craft. Now that even farm-work is increasingly done by mechanical means, the blacksmith finds less and less to do ; yet there is still excellent work for the blacksmith, and an important place for him in the village community.
Relayed from the Queen's Hall
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
Sm HENRY WOOD and his
(Leader, CHABLES WOODHOUSE)
THE NATIONAL CHORUS
Choir Master, STANFORD ROBINSON Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (with the Choral Finale) .... Beetlwven
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