Dr. HERBERT SCHROEDER German Reading—' Die Entdeckung Eldorados,' from Sternstunden der Menschet,' by Stefan Zweig
2.30 Miss RHODA POWER : ' Days of Old-The Middle Ages-X, A Housewife's Day at Homo '
3.5 Miss RHODA POWER :
' Stories for Younger Pupils— X, The Hunter who Married a Star-Maiden (Algonquin) '
Folk Songs sung by Mollie Keith
'The Puppet Show as an Ideal Hobby,' by Alice Marzials
'Dance Concert' (B. Walton O'Donnell) and other Piano Solos by Cecil Dixon
'The Spirit of the North' from 'Under Northern Lights,' written and told by Alan Sullivan
MR. CUTHBERT LAWS, who is giving tonight's talk in this helpful series, is general manager of the Shipping Federation. His advice will be directed to all who are considering the Merchant Navy as a career for the boys under their care.
Sung by TATIANA MAKUSHINA
The, Sea. A picture of a stormy sea, and a boat laden with treasures, tossed by the waves.
Rich and Poor. Other people live in plenty and happiness. Only we are poor and shabby. How glad we should be if our homes were as good as others.
The Sleeping Beauty. The princess sleeps soundly in a gloomy wood, in spite of storms and tempests and of rumours of the handsome prince who is to awaken her with a kiss.
The Rough Sea. The stormy sea is akin to my soul, it stirs me to groat deeds and noble thoughts.
Aria of Liubava. Sadko's wife, Liubava, bewails the disappearance of her husband, when she suddenly sees him coming towards her and greets him gladly.
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