L. W. Lyde , " Applied Geography.
" by A. Bonnet Laird.
relayed from the Capitol
Piano Improvisations by Uncle Jeff. " More Lions," by Frank Worthington. " " The Lady and the Lamp," by Stanley Sowton.
from the Rialto
" Musical Sounds-A Talk on the Woodwind Instruments," prepared by the late Prof. E. H. BARTON , D.Sc.
by the Royal Horticultural
This is the first of a series of county evenings in which we shall try to give in song and speech and story a picture of the romance and history and present-day achievements of some of our English counties.
To night the programme will take the form of a modern pilgrimage in which the Spirit of the Country will be our guide, and will recall some great moments in the history of Kent, and tell of her famous men, and the folk-lore and songs of the county.
During the evening we shall attend the Annual Banquet of the Association of Men of Kent and Kentish men, presided over by Lord Sackville, at which Lord Hardinge of Penshurst, K.G., and the Very Rev. The Dean of Canterbury will speak (relayed from the Holborn Restaurant).
Mr. C E. M. JOAD and Mr. J. STRACHEY : " After-Dinner
Philosophy-Truth and Beauty."
Performed by THE BRITISH NATIONAL
Relayed from the Prince of Wales' Theatre,
("A SYMPHONY IN COLOR"). The Original American Male Voice Quartet in Negro Spirituals and Lighter Numbers.
IVAN H. BROWNING
W. H. BERRY (2nd Tenor) ; CHARLES E.