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Talk by Sir William Hamilton Fyfe
The speaker discusses the characteristics of habitual criminals and the methods of their penal treatment, with special reference to a recently published book, ' The Habitual Criminal by Dr. Norval Morris. (The recorded broadcast of March 21)

Contributors

Talk By:
Sir William Hamilton Fyfe
Unknown:
Dr. Norval Morris.

Talk by Robert Furneaux Jordan
The Stones of Venice ' appeared during the years 1851-53-0 century ago. Robert Furneaux Jordan , who recently visited Venice for the first time, interprets it through Ruskin's life and work there.

Contributors

Talk By:
Robert Furneaux Jordan
Unknown:
Robert Furneaux Jordan

in conversation with Harold Nicolson
During a recent visit to London the Belgian-born novelist Georges Simenon , who now lives in the U.S.A., came to the studio to talk with Harold Nicolson about his life and his methods of writing.

Contributors

Unknown:
Harold Nicolson
Unknown:
Georges Simenon
Unknown:
Harold Nicolson

Piano Quintet, Op. 41 played by the Quintette de I'Atelier:
Andre Proffit (violin)
Jacques Dejean (violin)
Pierre Ladhuie (viola)
Jean-Paul Reculard (cello)
Emile Passani (piano)

Contributors

Violin:
Andre Proffit
Violin:
Jacques Dejean
Viola:
Pierre Ladhuie
Cello:
Jean-Paul Reculard
Piano:
Emile Passani

René Soames (tenor)
Frederick Stone (accompanist)
Harold Clarke (flute) Wilfred Smith (flute)
Gwendolen Mason (harp)
Songs (words by Thomas Moore ):
At sunset; Farewell, Bessy; Elegy
Trio for two flutes and harp
(L'enfance du Christ)
Songs:
Les champs: Je crois en vous; Page d'album; Le matin

Contributors

Tenor:
René Soames
Accompanist:
Frederick Stone
Flute:
Harold Clarke
Flute:
Wilfred Smith
Harp:
Gwendolen Mason
Unknown:
Thomas Moore

Third Programme

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More