Miss C. A. SIMPSON: 'Rural Survey — VIII, Traces of Early Inhabitants in England ' .
2.55 ' Interlude
3.0 ' Peoples of the World and their
Homes '—III. Mr. CLIFFORD COL-LINSON : ' Afghanistan '
3.25 Hints on Athletics and Games.'
Mr. S. F. GILL : ' School Football '
DEBUSSY'S PIANOFORTE MUSIC
Played by LAFFITTE
Clair do Luno (Moonlight) (from
La Soiree dans Granado (Evening in Granada)
Jardins sur la pluie (Gardens in tho
' After-War Social Tendencies—III, National Prejudices and International Needs '
The keynote of Dr. Delisle Burns ' talk this evening is. in effect, our increasingly international inter-dependenco, even in the most common things of daily life. Tastes differ in different climates and different races (wheat in England : rice in Japan), but ease of communication has shifted some of those tastes out of their former isolation. Moreover, tastes tend to increase in number and variety : the tendency, therefore, is towards drawing ' foods ' from all parts to each part.
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