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Meeting Point: The Hymn and Think Man


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Britain's own version of America's Billy Graham operates from an office over a dry-cleaner's shop in Eastbourne, Sussex. He has a public relations officer, a business organisation and a fully-equipped studio where 'gospel messages' are recorded for transmission by radio stations in the U.S.A., Europe, and the Far East.
Yet few people have heard of Dr. Eric Hutchings, although his crusade meetings are often packed and he has been an Evangelist for more than twenty years.
Tonight's programme takes a close look at this home-grown business of Evangelism and shows what people think of Dr. Hutchings as a man, and how they regard his crusades.
From the South and West
(Postponed from April 7)


Subject: Dr. Eric Hutchings
Producer: Hugh Pitt

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Meeting Point: The Hymn and Think Man

BBC One London, 26 May 1968 18.15

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