ONE of the oldest and most important of the world's international institutions is the Permanent Court of Justice at The Hague. In this talk Lord Phillimore, who is an authority on International law, and an ex-President of the International Law Association, will deal chiefly with the much-debated Optional Clause.
THERE hag recently been a movement to revive interest in the British School of Painting, and remind ourselves that even if we have never had a Leonardo or a Michaelangelo, a Botticelli or a Rubens, a Rembrandt or a Goya, we yet can boast our Constable, Gainsborough, Reynolds and Turner, and many more painters not to be despised. This talk on English painting is to be given by the Slade Professor of Art in the University of Oxford.
PIDGIN English—that strange langue de commerce which flourishes in China—has been responsible for some of the queerest things ever said in what purported to be the English tongue. Dr. Whymant (who, it will be remembered, gave a broadcast talk not long ago on Japan) haa lived and worked in China and talked the queer jargon of whoso humorous aspect ho will give some idea tonight.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted by JOHN ANSELL
OLIVE GROVES (Soprano)
STANLEY NEWMAN (Baritone)
ORCHESTRA Selection from ' Rip Van Winkle ' - Planquette
OLIVE GROVES The Letter Song ORCHESTRA Selection from ' La Béarnaise ' OLIVE GROVES - Messager
Berceuse (Cradle Song) STANLEY NEWMAN Serenade ORCHESTRA Selection from ' La Fille de Madamo Angot ' - Lecocq
OLIVE GROVES Romance and Political Song ORCHESTRA Selection from ' The Little Michus ' - Messager
STANLEY NEWMAN The Song of the Regiment OLIVE GROVES Little Sister ORCHESTRA Selection from ' La Mascotte ' - Audrain
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