ONE of the responsibilities of civic status is jury service, and many women are now called upon to face it. In this afternoon's talk Dame Katharine Furze , wh is well known for her prominent connection with the V.A.D., the W.R.N.A.S., and the Girl Guides, will describe her own experience of a day spent on a jory.
SCHUBERT'S VIOLIN AND PIANOFORTE MUSIC
Played by WINIFRED SMALL (Violin) and MAURICE COLE (Pianoforte)
Sonatina in A Minor (Continued)
Allegro ma non troppo
Duo in A, Op. 162
Allegro moderato; Scherzo (Presto)
IN the fourth talk of his series, Mr. Cole approaches the great problem of population between 1750 and 1830, as it was set forth by the diverging opinions of Malthus and Godwin, respectively the pessimist and the optimist, as to whether England had not reached the stage of producing too many mouths to feed. This in its turn led to a growth in the scientific study of ' the dismal science' of economics, of which so much has been heard since the war.
By Lance SIEVEKING
Music arranged by SCOTT GODDARD
The Cast includes :
GWEN FFRANGCON-DAVIES JOHN GIELGUD ' ROBERT SPEAIGHT
H. S. EDE MARGOT SIEVEKING C. DENIS FREEMAN ELIOT SEABROOK MARGARET GERSTLY BRUCE BELFRAGE
MARY EVERSLEY LESLIE HOLMES (Baritone)
SCOTT GODDARD at the Piano
WIRELESS SINGERS, conducted by STANFORD
'Cellist, HILDEGARDE ARNOLD
Violinist, DAVID WISE
Flautist, CHARLES STAINER and THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
The Characters include:
Josephine Florence Nightingale Don Quixote David . Charles II Jonathan Nell Gwynn Dante Mrs. Browning
Beatrice Robert Browning Napoleon
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