Mlle; CAMILLE VIERE : ' French Reading-V, Le
Jongleur de Notre Dam*: Anatole France'
(*From ' L'Etui de Nacre — Deighton and Bell,
Cambridge, 2s. 3d.)
2.30 Miss RHODA POWER: Children of Other
Days-The Middle Ages-X, The Bearward goes to the Fair '
3.5 Miss RHODA POWER : Stories for
Younger Pupils-X , Zarifa and the White Calf (Arabic)'
Moro Songs without Words (Mendelssohn), played by CECIL DixoN
' How I began my Shore Adventure,' being the eighth episode from ' Treasure Island' (
R. L. Stevenson )
The Story of' The Toll of the Hill' (H. Mortimer
1. DE GROOT and his ORCHESTRA
2. THE MAESTROS
3. WILL MASSEE
4. YVETTE DARNAC
5. DE GROOT and his ORCHESTRA 6. ' A FAMILY GROUP'
By MARJORIE BOWEN
7. CICELY COURTNEIDGE
8. DE GROOT and his ORCHESTRA
THE WEEKLY THEATRICAL
Impressionist, ELIZABETH POLLOCK
Material by HERBERT FARJEON
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