GENERAL SCIENCE. Your Body and How It Works. ' How Our Bodies Grow'—2, by Philip Eggleton
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS
11.40 FRENCH FOR SIXTH FORMS. Jacques Chailley , Sous-Directeur du Conservatoire national de. Musique de Paris. interviewé au micro. Audition de disques
LIVING IN THE COUNTRY 'Coke Of Holkham.' Script by H. M. Burton
2.25 GEOGRAPHY. Monsoon Lands of the Far East. ' China. Loess Lands of North East China.' Script by Ella Maillart.
2.50 JUNIOR ENGLISH. 'Gideon': play by Jean Sutcliffe. 3-' Victory '
' Set to Music'
2—' Phaudrig Crohoore '
An Irish ballad for chorus and orchestra by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
Set to music by C. V. Stanford
BBC Revue Chorus
BBC Revue Orchestra
Conductor. Frank Cantell
5.30 ' Fo: Your Bookshelf':
Stephen Potter reviews some recent children's books
5.50 Children's Hour prayers conducted by John G. Williams
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