Mrs. Ivo Geikie Cobb: 'The Child of the East'
Mrs. Ivo Geikie
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Directed by HARRY FRYER
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MADALENE MOONEY (Violin)
BERNARD CROOK (Pianoforte)
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Directed by GUY DAINES
(Scottish Regional Programme)
Songs at the Piano by HELEN ALSTON. A Talk about Water Snails' (Mabel Marlowe ). Truly Exploring ' (E. A.
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Professor ARNOLD J. TOYNBEE : The Reaction of the East and the Role of the League of Nations.'
PROFESSOR TOYNBEE is in the front rank of broadcast talkers by virtue of his mastery of his subject and attractive delivery. He concludes this important series with an examination of the dislocation caused to the modern world order by the political upheaval in the East. He summarizes the points that have emerged from his previous talks and concludes that an organized co-operation among the Powers is indispensable for the maintenance of world order. The technique of this co-operation is being worked out by the League of Nations.
Professor Arnold J.
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Taking part : EDITH BRASS , RIDDELL BRECHIN , ELSIE BROTCHIE , MADELEINE CHRISTIE , W. GRAHAM Dow , KATHLEEN GARSCADDEN , ERNIE GOWER , HELEN McKAY , SAM MACRAE , NORA K. MITCHELL , L. R. MORGAN , MATTHEW NISBET , DONN PARKER , J. D. RISK , IAN SADLER , VIDA VALLANCE , M. C. WEBSTER , CATHERINE WILKIE
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Mr. VERNON BARTLETT
The ANNUAL DINNER in celebration of THE BIRTHDAY of the DOMINION OF
Speech by H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF
Relayed from THE SAVOY HOTEL
DOMINION DAY, which is a public holiday throughout Canada, commemorates the passing of the British North America Act on July 1, 1867, the culmination of the work of the ' Fathers of Confederation * that laid the political foundations of the present Dominion of Canada. The annual dinner in celebration of the birthday of the Dominion has been held in London since 1888.
NORMAN ALLIN (Bast) and EDA KERSEY (Violin)
Conducted by the Rev. W. H. ELLIOTT
Relayed from St. MICHAEL'S, CHESTER SQUARE
Rev. W. H.
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA, directed by HENRY HALL