14.10 (14.30) Scottish History
' Modern Scotland in the Making,' by Sir ROBERT GREIG
Lesson 7 : ' Agriculture '-4
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14-35 (-14.55) Science, Course 2
Biology, Lesson 7
' How the body deals with waste,' by A. E. KIDD , M.B., C.M.
'Tell me why?'
Nature Talks by H. MORTIMER BATTEN:
'Have you any questions to ask ? '
THIS IS a series of talks which Mr. Mortimer Batten is giving to children on animal and bird life in Scotland, throughout the Seasons. He invites questions, which he will answer, and wishes to encourage children to become observers all over the country. These talks will be continued throughout the year, in order that the adventures and happenings of our wild creatures can be watched and recorded by hundreds of little people on holiday or living in the country.
comes to Scotland'
A Talk on P.E.N. Club Conference, by MARIAN McNEILL
THE P.E.N. CLUB CONFERENCE, which is being held in Scotland this year, will be one of the most interesting events in 1934. Several hundred delegates are expected from European and other countries. Marian McNeill , herself an enthusiastic member of P.E.N., is well known in Scotland as a journalist and author.
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