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: The Younger Generation SUCH IS LIFE

Growing Up in South Africa
Marjorie Juta introduces and chairs a discussion between two young Britons and three young South Africans


Introduces: Marjorie Juta


A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Churches of India Edition
Including talks and interview concerning pioneer missionary work, the South Indian United Church, and the scheme for Reunion in North India


A series of eight programmes in which historians and archaeologists build up a picture of the English people during the centuries before the Norman invasion.
8-The Legacy
Brian Hope-Taylor , F.S.A.
Secretary of the Council for British Archaeology Medieval Research Committee, and Archaeological Consultant to the Ministry of Works
J. N. L. Myres. F.S.A.
Bodley's Librarian,
University of Oxford
R. W. Southern, F.R.Hist.s.
Fellow of Balliol College,
Lecturer in Modern History,
University of Oxford and D. Talbot Rice
Watson Gordon Professor of Fine Arts,
University of Edinburgh
The speakers discuss the characteristics of Anglo-Saxon civilisation, the extent to which they were moulded by Continental influences, and the degree to which they survived the Norman Conquest.


Unknown: Brian Hope-Taylor

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