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: A CONCERT

DOROTHY KING (Soprano)
JOHN PENNE WILLIAMS (Baritone)
ALICE Sims (Pianoforte)

: Mr. DESMOND MAcCarthy : ' Modern Men of Letters-I, George Meredith '

THIS is the first of Mr. Mac Carthy 's new fortnightly series of special talks on modern literary . classics. George Meredith is, by general acknowledgment, one of the greatest of modern English writers. Unfortunately, ho is also by general acknowledgment one of the most difficult to read, unless the leader comes to his books with a certain knowledge of what to expect, and a sufficiently stimulated interest to aid him in getting used to a ntylo admittedly involved and even mannered. This knowledge and interest readers who are familiar with Mr. MacCarthy's weekly literary notes will be quite confident of achieving.

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

:
THE STORY OF HANSEL AND GRETEL with selections from the Opera, played by THE OLOF SEXTET; and Songs, sung by KATE WINTER and HÈLEN ALSTON

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

VIOLIN MUSIC BY KREISLER
Played by WILLIAM PRIMROSE (Violin)

: A MILITARY BAND CONCERT

PEGGY COCHRANE (Violin)
ALICE VAUGHAN (Contralto)
The WIRELESS MILITARY BAND
Conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL (3) Jhon, come kisse me now ; (4) The Mayden's
Song; (5) Wolsey's Wilde; (6) The Bells

: (Daventry only) Mr. S. K. RATCLIFFE : ' America Today'

WHATEVER the normal in. habitant of these islands thinks of the United States-whether he admires them as a Paradise of material prosperity and original ideas, or hates them as a nation of Robots, Babbits, and Elmer Gantrys—he is undoubtedly vividly interested in them. In this series of talks Mr. S. K. Ratcliffe , who has lectured with success all over America during the last few years, will try to interpret that vast and enigmatic country. Tonight he will outline the geographical divisions into which it falls-East, Middle West, Far West, and so on-the history of the American nation, and a typical city. His future talks will deal with industry and labour, the great American city, the American at home, some great American problems (including those of the Negro, the immigrant, and prohibition), and the Presidency-with particular reference to the present candidacies of Herbert Hoover and Al Smith.

: A Recital

by HAROLD WILLIAMS (Baritone)
MAURICE COLE (Pianoforte)








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