Tnis morning's talk will consist of some useful advice on diet and methods of life for those of us who have reached middle age. Mrs. Williams has been for many years connected with the London Press as Editor of the Woman's Page for several newspapers, including The Guardian and the Pall Mall Gazelle.
: Dr. B. A. KEEN : Farming—V, Horses, Pigs, ' Poultry'
3.0 Peoples of the World and their Homes —X.
; Mr. C. F. REY , ' Abyssinia '
3.25 Hints on Athletics and Games — X, ' Athletics—Learning to Run,' Lieut-Col. W. K.
Sung by TATIANA MAKUSHINA
I have no Regret. I know all will pass, and that one should take life as it is. Blessed be our life.
Thou Youthful Diviner. Thou seemest to read my heart, but no great wisdom is needed to interpret what is in it-only love for thee.
I love Woodland Flowers, and all things beautiful and fascinating that make life like a fairy tale.
Evening Twilight. A beautiful description of some distant legendary city.
Come into the Kingdom of Roses and Wine. I await thee, so do not be long, or my Jove will burn my heart to ashes.
Tilimbom. A children's humorous song about a. fire in a goat-shed.
IT is not often that a poet, writing under the stress of some such partial emotion as patriotism, achieves poetry. There are, of course, great exceptions : Shakespeare himself is probably the most patriotic of all our poets. But then Shakespeare's patriotism was not merely local; it transcended the locality and voiced all men's love, everywhere, for the country that gave them birth. Patriotic poetry is one of the aspects of his subject that Mr. Ridley will talk upon tonight.
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