Mr. Emc PARKER : Round the Countryside-
X, Return of the Migrants '
2.25 RECEPTION TEST
Sir WALFORD DAVIES : 2.30 Introductory Course :
Summary of the Term's Work. 3.0 Advanced Course : Summary of the Term's Work
3.35 Early Stages in French
Monsieur E. M. Stephan
4.5 Current Affairs
' What's the News ? '
Mr. GODFREY Lias and Mr. H. Ross WILLIAMSON
Monsieur E. M.
Mr. H. Ross
Dr. JOHN BAKER , D.Phil. (University Demonstrator in Zoology, University Museum, Oxford) : ' The Quantity and Quality of Mankind '—II
Dr. Baker makes biology of fascinating interest to the layman by keeping his discussion of its principles and discoveries close to the problems of everyday life. Tonight he gives the first of two talks in the series to the possibilities of regulating the size and quality of population.
by THE NEW ENGLISH SINGERS
Dorothy Silk , Steuart Wilson , Nellie Carson , Norman Notley , Joyce Sutton , Cuthbert Kelly
Madrigals, Ballet and Folk Songs:
The New English Singers have brought the art of ensemble singing to a highly personal and finished state. Each of the six artists is a distinguished vocalist, yet when singing together they are solely concerned with obtaining perfect team work rather than individual brilliance. In other words, the New English Singers mould themselves on the lines of a string quartet, or, better still, a string sextet.
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