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A programme in which
Christians think about their faith and its living expression
The Harvest: War and Peace
The Harvest Thanksgiving is one of the oldest and most familiar acts of worship in the world. But in the peaceful rejoicing of Harvest it is easy to overlook that here, as in all Christian life, peace is won only through a struggle against destructive forces-both material and spiritual. What are the implications of Harvest for an age in which men are more conscious than ever before of the immensity of the problem of the world's food supplies?
Contributors include:
Colin Clark
Father Arthur McCormack
David Pocock
Father Gerard Rathe
Michael Hoskin
Father Leonard Johnston
John Davey
Script by Michael Mason
Narrator, James McKechnie with Hugh Dickson and Charles Simon


Unknown: Colin Clark
Unknown: Father Arthur McCormacK
Unknown: David Pocock
Unknown: Father Gerard Rathe
Unknown: Michael Hoskin
Unknown: Father Leonard Johnston
Unknown: John Davey
Narrator: Michael Mason
Narrator: James McKechnie
Unknown: Hugh Dickson
Unknown: Charles Simon

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