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: Mrs. K. WAUCHOPE MACIVER, 'Citizenship in Practice-VI, What Is Citizenship 1 '

fPHIS is Mrs. Maclvcr'a last talk, and in it she will discuss Citizenship more particularly from the point of view of women, their new responsibilities and opportunities, their rights and duties. She will point out the difference made by recent, legislation concerning women and children, and give somo account of the occupations, both paid and unpaid, now open to women, of those restrictions on women's activities thatstill remain, and of the possibilities of ' equal citizenship.'

: BAND OF THE ROYAL REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY

Conducted by Capt. E. C. STRETTON , Director of Music, R.A.
(By kind permission of the Officers, R.A.)
Relayed from the Exhibition of tho Royal
Arsenal Co-operative Society. Woolwich

Contributors

Conducted By: Capt. E. C. Stretton

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Part Songs by tho
Salisbury Singers. The Story of the Dog and the Slave.' told by Elizabeth Clarke. How Locomotives Drink,' by Cecil J. Allen

: SERGE LIAPOUNOV

STUDIES OF TRANSCENDENTAL
EXECUTION
Played by EDWARD MITCHELL
Idyll. Storm
THE Idyll (the Seventh
Study) is a tranquilly flowing piece, full of pastoral grace and serenity.
In the Storm (the Sixth Study) Linpounov suggests mountainous billows, and the tempestuous power of a great gale.

Contributors

Played By: Edward Mitchell

: VOCAL CONCERT

Organized on behaU of THE Royal FREE IT03.
PITAL, by Miss MAVIS BENNETT
Relayed from the Board Room of the Royal
Free Hospital, Cray's Inn Road, London
PART I
SYDNEY NORTHCOTE (Tunor)
Sally in Our Alley

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Mavis Bennett
Unknown: Sydney Northcote

: The Hon. MAURICE BARING and MISS VIOLA TREE Two Diminutive Dialogues : Jason and Medea and ' The Drawback '

IN spite of having won distinction as a diplomat, a war correspondent, and an officer in the Air Force (he is now a Wing-Cornmander), Mr. Maurice Baring has found time to publish many books, all stamped with the impress of an original genius, whether in versa or in prose : and ho is an expert on Russian literature. One of the best-known of his books is 'Diminutive Dramas,' from which are taken the two pieces that are to bo read tonight by the author and Miss Viola Tree , a versatile member of a famous family, who is known as an actress, a singer, an artist, aud a writer.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Maurice Baring
Unknown: Miss Viola Tree

: MILITARY BAND CONCERT

THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND, conducted by Lieut. B. WALTON O'DONNELL. R.M. TOM KINNIBURGH (Bass); GERTRUDE HUNTLEY (Pianoforte) Dance of the Dryads ;
Woodlan d Serenade ; Fauns in the Forest

Contributors

Conducted By: Lieut. B. Walton O'Donnell.
Bass: R.M. Tom Kinniburgh
Bass: Gertrude Huntley








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