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: EVA BARKER (soprano)

JOAN BROMWICH (pianoforte)

: The Children's Hour

' Epaminondas and the Geranium
Plants a story by CONSTANCE EGAN , told by DOROTHY SUMMERS
An Appeal on behalf of Deaf and Dumb
Children by DAVID
'The Black Feather', an Animal Story of the Canadian Forests by H. MORTIMER BATTEN , told by FRANCIS Fox
Bamboo Pipe Playing by Choirboys of St. Nicholas Church, Warwick,
Under the Direction of P. J. LEES


Story By: Constance Egan
Told By: Dorothy Summers
Unknown: H. Mortimer Batten


including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Midland Announcements

: ' Back to the Land '—

' A First Glance at the Midlands'
A Discussion between S. L. BENSUSAN and E. MOORE DARLING
This series is to deal with the existing land settlement schemes in the Midlands and possibilities of development. The first few talks will be devoted to a rural survey of conditions in different counties. Mr. Bensusan, who gave the series of drought talks last year, is one of the leading authorities on country life and the author of a number of books.
Mr. Moore Darling , who has broadcast before in the Midland programme, is a Shrewsbury vicar ; he has made a special study of Midland agriculture, and has for several years been the Chairman of the Salop Farm Wages Committee.


Unknown: S. L. Bensusan
Unknown: E. Moore
Unknown: Mr. Moore Darling

: ' Harvest Home'

A Microphone Impression from the Cotswolds
Produced by JAMES Ludovici
With the aid of themobile recording van, the revival of the old-time harvest home customs on a farm near Broad Campden will be presented.


Arranged By: Percy Dewey
Arranged By: James Ludovici
Produced By: James Ludovici


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