By forest and countryside : a guide to the residential localities on the Great Eastern Railway.
Believe it or not, this somersaulting Edwardian is 60 years old. His name is Horace Fletcher and he attributed his unusual agility to a dietary system that he devised and which he called, rather unimaginatively, Fletcherism.
John Betjeman was broadcasting to a war-time audience, and had in fact been asked to talk about how paper rationing was affecting publishing and reading habits. The text of the broadcast can be found in the book pictured here: Trains and buttered toast.
After the Titanic disaster, there was a strong outpouring of religious texts, linking the Titanic theme in with sermons and the like. There were also tracts comparing the need to be saved from the Titanic to the need to be saved by the church.