Third Floor September 20, 2021December 24, 1932 by thisisrjg-bbc 58 ❧ Studio 3E for Religious Services, looking toward the central recess, lighted so as to produce an effect of infinite distance. On secular occasions the recess contains a vase of flowers; for religious services the shadow of a cross is projected on to the white background. 59 ❧ Statue of St. George, which occupies a niche to the left of the grand piano in the picture above. It is the work of Mr. Vernon Hill. 60 ❧ Studio 3E, looking towards the balcony. The table in the right foreground is for the use of choirs engaged in the services. Photograph by Arthur Gill. 61 ❧ Studio 3A, where the Children's Hour is conducted. The window at the top is that of the Silence Room shown later. 62 ❧ Studio 3B, for Talks. 63 ❧ Studio 3D, for Talks. 64 ❧ Another view. There are three Talks Studios; this one is designed to give the talker the feeling of being in a study or library. Note the picture of George Washington over the fireplace, indicating the use of this studio for some of the special talks to America. The chair used in this studio is one in which the late Mr. Arnold Bennett wrote many of his works. The Colour Plate shows another view, that looking towards the 'window'. 65 ❧ The Third Floor Waiting Room Lounge, attached to the Talks Studios. 66 ❧ The Silence Room, attached to Studio 3A, where announcements can be made (e.g. during a change of programme) without the necessity of enforcing silence in the studio. 67 ❧ The Chairman's Office. 68 ❧ The Director-General's Office. 69 ❧ One of the Accounts Offices.