THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS AND - BROADCASTING [To the Editor of
SIR,—Those of your readers who saw a letter in_ the issue of January 15th from a correspondent, asking for broadcast talks on the League of Nations, may be interested to know that this has been a regular part of the policy of the B.B.C. for a long time.
Once every month a talk is given on international affairs ; which is arranged in co-operation with the League of Nations Union. The speakers are men and women who are able to speak with authority, as the following list of recent speakers will show :—Lord Cecil, Sir Arthur Salter, Professor Gilbert Murray, Lord Grey, Mr. G. N. Barnes, Sir Frederick Maurice, Dame Edith Lyttelton, Dame Rachel Crowdy.
In addition, one of the new series of talks which the B.B.C. is giving at 7.25 p.m. is a course of six lectures by Professor Philip J. Noel Baker, Professor of International Relations in the University of London, on "Foreign Affairs, and How They Affect Us." This series began on Tuesday, January 18th, and will continue for five weeks.—I am, Sir, &c., R. GAMBIER-PARRY,