הסכת והשכל Listen and Learn October-December, 1945
Hebrew Educational Programmes
Palestine Post, Friday, 24 January, 1941, page 4.
Beginning next week [Sunday, 26 January 1941] a Hebrew educational program entitled "Listen and Learn" ["Hasket VeHaskel"], will be broadcast on Sunday afternoons from 4:45 to 5:15 by the Palestine Broadcasting Service (PBS).
These programmes are intended for young people aged 15 to 18 and will be carefully prepared with the cooperation of leading educational authorities.
The first four broadcasts will be devoted to Greece with the help of Prof. M. Schwabe, who holds the Chair of Greek Language and Literature at the Hebrew University.
Preparations are being made for instructional programmes in the Natural Sciences with the assistance of teachers from the Hebrew University and High Schools.
The first programme, "Greece Ancient and Modern" will have a Hebrew translation, especially prepared by Saul Tchernichovsky (translator of the Iliad), of Byron's famous "The Isles of Greece".
Palestine Post, Sunday, 26 January, 1941 page 2
4:45 Listen and Learn - the first in a series of Hebrew broadcasts for youth. "Greece - Ancient and Modern" "The Legacy of Greece", by Eliezer Rieger. - Reading of a selection from the Iliad "Liberty for Ever" or the story of the Greek War of Independence, told by Moshe Medzini, and reading of Byron's Isle of Greece, specially translated by Shaul Tchernichovsky (Programme presented in cooperation with M. Schwabe - Prof. of Greek Language and Literature at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem).