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: Mrs K.MacIver, 'Citizenship in Practice'The Troublesome Child'

HAVING dealt with the good child in her last
Talk. Mrs. MacIver will today explain the problems of his less fortunate brother; how and why he comes in contact with the law; what sort of activities constitute an offence, and what happens to a boy if he is convicted. She will describe a Juvenile Court and explain the importance. when trying to sift the misdemeanours of children, of an absence of formality. Illustrations will be given to show how difficult it is to deal with the child whose wrong-doing is simply the result of bad home conditions.

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

The Sonatas of Mozart

: CHAMBER MUSIC

KEITH FALKNER (Baritone)
THE BROSA STRING QUARTET:
BROSA (1st Violin); GREENBAUM
(2nd Violin); RUBENS (Viola) ; PINI (Violoncello)
(Picture on page 654.)

Contributors

Baritone: Keith Falkner

: 'TOTO'

A Musical Comedy in Two Acts by GLADYS UNGER
Arranged for Broadcasting _
Lyrics by ARTRUR ANDERSON
Music by ARCHIBALD JOYCE and MERLYN
MORGAN
Played by THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted by JOHN ANSELL
Act I Madame Jollette 's High-class Finishing
Academy, Paris
Act II Janvier's Restaurant, Paris
WHEN this sparkling musical comedy was
' produced in London at the Duke of York's Theatre, in April, 1916, Miss Mabel Russell-now Mrs. Hilton Philipson , M.P.— played 'the name part. It is interesting to not ice that the * Charles Morel ' on that occasion was Mr. Peter Gawthorne , who plays his original part in the broadcast production tonight.

Contributors

Music By: Archibald Joyce
Conducted By: John Ansell
Unknown: Madame Jollette
Unknown: Miss Mabel Russell-Now Mrs.
Unknown: Hilton Philipson
Unknown: Charles Morel
Unknown: Mr. Peter Gawthorne
Charles Morel: Peter Uawthorne
Monsieur Jollette: Sydney Granville
Philip Brevannes: Rupert Bruce
Madame JoUette: Joan Hay
Alix Morel: Constance Groom
Mademoiselle Elise: Evelyn Roselle








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