THE wasps of which Miss Cheeseman will talk this evening are not the- irritable insects that ruin our picnics and eat our jam, but the more likeable and even more ingenious mason- wasps of warmer climates, whose ways she has studied at first hand.
7.0 (Daventry only) Mr. J. W. ROBERTSON SCOTT:
' The Month's Reviews '
FOR nearly thirty years Mr. Belloc lias been a dominating personality in the world of English letters. As a poet, a satirist, epigrammatist, historian, journalist, and controverialist (in which last capacity he is, perhaps, mast formidable of all), he has brought to every aspect of life the gifts of French logic, English gusto and a rarely classical sense of stvle. As a veteran speaker and debater, he will be quite at home on the radio tonight.
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