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This week Professor E. N. da C. Andrade, F.R.S., introduces: 'Recent Research in Iron and Steel,' by Sir Charles Goodeve , o.B.E., F.R.S., Director of the British Iron and Steel Research Association; and ' Mapping the Rocks of Britain,' by Dr. W. F. P. Mc -Lintock, F.R.s.E., Director of H.M. Geological Survey

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Goodeve
Unknown:
Dr. W. F. P. Mc

(born .November 23, 1876)
A programme in honour of his seventieth birthday, with an Introductory talk by J. B. Trend , Professor of Spanish In the University of Cambridge
Soneto a C6rdoba, for voice and harp Psyche, for voice, flute, harp, violin, viola, and cello
Concerto for harpsichord, flute, oboe, clarinet, violin, and cello
Oda Slobodskaya (soprano)
Almée Van de Wiele (harpsichord)
Marie Korchinska (harp)
Edward Walker (flute)
Leon Goossens (oboe)
Stephen Waters (clarinet)
Alfred Cave (violin)
Eric Brav (viola)
John Shinebourne (cello)
Conductor. Anthony Bernard

Contributors

Talk By:
J. B. Trend
Soprano:
Oda Slobodskaya
Harp:
Marie Korchinska
Flute:
Edward Walker
Oboe:
Leon Goossens
Clarinet:
Stephen Waters
Viola:
Eric Brav
Cello:
John Shinebourne
Conductor:
Anthony Bernard

by James Bridie
A dramatic transcription of the tale told In the Book of Tobit in the Apocrypha. Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Moultrie R. Kelsall
The scene moves from Tobit's hovel in Nineveh, to the banks of the Tigris, to the garden of Raguel's house in Ecbatana, to a khan near Kifri, and back to Tobit's hovel again.

Contributors

Author:
James Bridie
Producer:
Moultrie R. Kelsall
Tobit:
C.R.M. Brookes
Tobias, his son:
Gordon Jackson
Raphael, disguised as Azarias the porter:
David Steuart
Anna, Tobit's wife:
Jean Taylor Smith
Mirza Khan, a bandit:
W.H.D. Joss
Sara:
Yvonne Hills
Her slaves:
Sherah: Julia Mark
Azorah:
Jacqueline Barnett
Raguel, Sara's father:
George Davies
Asmoday:
Frank Tilton

A serial survey of some contemporary verse-1
The Poet: C. Day Lewis
. The Critic: L. A. G. Strong
The Readers: Helen Spalding and Stephen Murray
A sequence of four programmes is devoted to each Poet and Critic. The first comprises a number of poems selected by the Critic, as an introduction. In the second, the Critic expresses his personal attitude to poetry and his appreciation of the Poet. In the third, the Poet replies. The fourth programme, introduced also by the Critic, consists of further examples of the Poet's work, which they have chosen in collaboration
Presented by E. J. King Bull
(Stephen Murray broadcasts by permission of Associated British Picture Corporation, Ltd.)

Contributors

Unknown:
L. A. G. Strong
Readers:
Helen Spalding
Readers:
Stephen Murray
Presented By:
E. J. King
Unknown:
Stephen Murray

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