by Charles Hatton. Adapted for broadcasting from John Galsworthy 's short story ' Water '
4.35 app. ' SIR BORLOYS
AND THE DARK KNIGHT' by Elfrieda Paxton. Adapted for broadcasting from Anthony Armstrong 's short story ' The Naughty Princess '
Plays produced by Hugh Stewart
de la Torre
' The Cat named Rowley': a story by Enid Gibson , told by Dudley Rolph
5.10 ' Stories from the Ballet '
The story of ' Swan Lake ' told by Philip Cunningham , with the music of Tchaikovsky played by the City of Birmingham Orchestra (conductor, George Weldon )
5.50 Children's Hour prayers
A series of weekly talks on the countries of Europe. Tonight William Teeling , Member of Parliament for Brighton, on Finland and Sweden
Mr. Teeling led the delegation of British M.P.s to Helsinki in March to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the admission of Finnish women to the franchise. This was the first official visit of British Parliamentarians to Finland
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