' Seen on the Shore '
' Rock and Rock Pools'
A talk by RICHARD ELMHIRST , Director of the Scottish Marine Biological
Thousands of town and country children alike are looking forward at this time to a fortnight by the sea. Mr. Elmhirst's series of short talks will be valuable in helping children to find quickly and to appreciate the significance of the strange animal and plant life of the shore. The next talk in the series, entitled, ' Along the Sands', will be broadcast on July 17, and the third and last, ' Seen from the Shore ', on July 29.
' The story of the Fat Princess ', by A. M. MOORHEAD , read by TINKERBELL
JOHN TAINSH will sing songs of the sea
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