Mrs. WINIFRED SPIELMAN RAPHAEL :' What do you want to know 1 '
DURING this, the last of Mrs. Spielman Raphael 's talks, replies will be given to some of tho questions which have been put by listeners throughout the series.
Mile. CAMILLE VIERE : French Reading—'La
2.30 Miss RHODA POWER:
' Days of Old : The Middle Ages-VII, Shrove Tuesday in a School'
3.5 Miss RHODA POWER: Stories for Younger
Pupils—VII,' Sing-Sun and the Tartar'—an Eastern ' Beauty and the Beast' (Chinese)
3.25 (Daventry only) Fishing Bulletin
' Pas des Amphores ' (Chaminade) and other
Piano Solos played by CECIL DixoN
'Bigger than the Baker's Boy,' from 'Five
Children and It' (E. Nesbit )
' The Fish Shop ' (May Brahe) sung by ARTHUR WYNN
Some more Hints on How to Play Association
Football, by George F. Allison
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