Miss C. A. SIMPSON: ' Rural Survey
—VII, Vegetation in England
3.0 Peoples of the World and their
Homos '—I, Brigadier-Goneral bir WYNDHAM DEEDES, C.M.G., D.b.U. : The Bedawi of Arabia '
3.25 Hints on Athletics and Games'
—Mr. S. F. GILL : ' School Football
3.40 Interlude .
DR. DELISLE BURNS will, throughout this important new series, discuss some of the more interesting now habits that seem to have sprung up as expressive of the present day. In what way, for instance, have the tastes of the ordinary man changed since the War ? What has been tho result of the change of woman's status-and in her clothes? What effect has the increase in popular education had-and the growth of cinema-going, and, again, of motor-ownership ? Dr. Delisle Burns is Stevenson Lecturer on Citizenship in the University of Glasgow, and the author of numerous books on social history.
Tony Kytes , the Arch Deceiver'
An Introduction, a Play, and an Epilogue by MURIEL A. LEVY
Adapted from a Humorous Short
Story written by THOMAS HARDY
Tony Kytes , a Country Lad
A ' Thriller ' written specially for broadcasting by W. P. LirscOMD
The Plays produced by HOWARD ROSE
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