Dinah will play pianoforte solos
' Question Time '
Results of 'Lost Property' competition
5.15 From North:
' The Flying Classroom ' adapted as a radio play by Olive Shapley from the book by Erich Kastner
Episode 3, ' End of Term at the Johann Sigismund School'
An Electrical Recording of Part of The Opening Ceremony
Including Speeches by The Chancellor of the Exchequer and The Postmaster General
The Rt. Hon. Neville Chamberlain , Chancellor of the Exchequer, performs the opening ceremony, an interesting part of which will be the starting of a microphone tour of the most important parts of the building. By this means listeners will hear sounds from different rooms. Neville Chamberlain was Postmaster General was Postmaster General fourteen years ago, and so is able to compare the telephone service then and now.
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