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: The Younger Generation SUCH IS LIFE

Growing Up in the Southern States of America
Jane Powell and Bill Costello talk to four young Americans about race relations, about standards of living and points of view in 'this tropic Empire that might have been.' Alicia Street , as chairman, also introduces recordings she made this summer with pupils in Virginian high schools.
Produced by Henry Bentinck

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Costello
Unknown: Alicia Street
Produced By: Henry Bentinck

: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

A weekly programme of Christian news and comment including
' Think It Over '
A discussion between
Professor Charles Coulson
Alex Nicol and the Rev. David Wood

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Charles Coulson
Unknown: Alex Nicol
Unknown: Rev. David Wood

: ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND

A series in which historians and archaeologists build up a picture of the personalities, ideas, and achievements of the English people during the centuries before the Norman invasion
6─Language and Literature
Speakers:
Peter Hunter Blair
University Lecturer in Anglo-Saxon,
Senior Tutor, Emmanuel College,
Cambridge and Randolph Quirk , Ph.D.
Reader in English Language and Literature, Durham Colleges
How much of the language we speak today is Old English in origin, and how much of the vernacular literature of the Anglo-Saxons has more than an antiquarian's value for us? The speakers discuss the question of continuity from Old English to Modern English, and attempt some appraisal of the literary value of Anglo-Saxon writing.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Hunter Blair
Unknown: Randolph Quirk

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