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: Study Session

Facts, skills, and ideas
6.30 Facts in Focus
The speakers in these regular five-minute talks will set out to define terms used in a variety of subjects ranging from international and industrial affairs to economics. science, and the law Industrial Affairs
2: Restrictive Practices by Geoffrey Stuttard

6.35 Spanish for Beginners
Lesson 14
Introduced by Jacinta Castillejo with the help of Pablo Soto, Palmira Galluralde,
Antonio Lopez, Carlos Novi
Monday's broadcast

7.0 Background to Music
A series on the history and conventions of opera
13: Singer v. Orchestra Illustrated talk by Deryck Cooke

Contributors

Speaker: Geoffrey Stuttard
Introduced by: Jacinta Castillejo
[Actor]: Pablo Soto
[Actress]: Palmira Galluralde
[Actor]: Antonio Lopez
[Actor]: Carlos Novi
Speaker: Deryck Cooke

: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

Introduced by WALTER MACDONALD
News Comment: EDWARD ROGERS
Clive Staples Lewis , 1898-1963: an appreciation by VALERIE PITT
' Go Ye Into All the World '
CANON J. V. TAYLOR reports on the meeting of the World Council of Churches Commission on World Mission and Evangelism held last month in Mexico City
'The Cardinal ': MARYVONNE BUTCHER reviews Otto Preminger's film now running at the Astoria Cinema. London

Contributors

Introduced By: Walter MacDonald
Unknown: Edward Rogers
Unknown: Clive Staples Lewis
Unknown: Valerie Pitt
Unknown: Canon J. V. Taylor








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