Mr. HERBERT M. J. LOEWE (Reader in Rabbinics in the University of Cambridge): 'Judea — I, The Old Testament'
Judea, whose influence Mr. Loewe estimates this week in the first of two talks, represents an unbroken tradition that has moulded modern society in many ways, but most persistently in the field of ethics and ideals of righteousness
Mr. GERALD HEARD : ' To a Doctor '
Earlier in the day Mr. Gerald Heard has rung up a doctor, and received an unsatisfactory reply to a question concerning a matter of conduct. In his talk tonight to this doctor ho urges the members of the medical profession to awake to their social responsibilities and to give full and frank advice on such subjects as fitness for marriage, anaesthetics, hereditary defects, and similar subjects of social importance, upon which they are increasingly consulted.
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