One inconsequential thing after another
I. ALAN GRIFF , reading his own Short Story,
' Alexander at Issus '
2. ' Tempo Americano.' A Pianoforte Recital by MICHAEL MULLINAR , showing the influence of Jazz on various works of Modem Composers 3. JANET JOYE presents ' Types and Notions,' with BLANDFORD COLLIER at the Piano
PRINCESS NATHALIE TROUBETSKOY
This is the first of three talks by Princess Nathalie Troubetskoy , describing short holidays. The Princess, who left Russia after the Revolution and was in the British Army Nursing Service for some years, lives at present in Birmingham. She has broadcast several times in the Midland Children's Hour.
By the Baird Process
Birds, animals and reptiles will be seen for the first time by Radio, including :
COCKEY, the old white cockatoo BLACK-CRESTED PARROT
SMALL SENEGAL PARROT HORNBILL and. TOUCAN
SMALL WEST AFRICAN PYTHON BOA CONSTRICTOR
CHARLIE, THE CAPUCHIN MONKEY SMALL ALLIGATOR
Mr. D. SETH SMITH , curator of Mammals and Birds, will give a talk during the exhibition of the animals
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