Reception Test for Schools
2.30 ' Rural Science'
Mr. D. WARD CUTLER : The Story of the Plant-I, The Seed '
3.0 TRAVEL TALK: 'PEOPLES AND
LANDS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE-1, New Zealand.' Mr. CLIFFORD COLLINSON : ' Life on a Sheep Station'
3.2.; Mr. FRANK RoscoE : Friday Afternoon
Stories and Talks —I
3.40 . Interval
Mr. D. Ward
1. JACK PAYNE and his B.B.C. DANCE
2. JOAN and NANCY ALLEN-BROWN
Songs and Duets with Ukulele Accompaniment
3. TOMMY HANDLEY
4. EDGAR FAIRCHILD and ROBERT LINDHOLM
The Famous Duo Pianists
S. MABEL CONSTANDUROS and MICHAEL HOGAN
'MURDER AT THE BUGGINSES'
6. THE WIRELESS SINGERS
Traditional and Folk Songs
7. JACK PAYNE and his B.B.C. DANCE
8. MR. GILLIE POTTER
Continues to tell the truth in the second of a series of talks Heard at Hogsnorton. (2) The
Truth about the U.S.A.
9. JACK PAYNE and his B.B.C. DANCE
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