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: JAZZ SESSION

Contemporary Blues
Paul Oliver introduces records by contemporary but little-known blues singers

Contributors

Introduces: Paul Oliver

: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Andrew Renton. A.R.I.B.A. discusses the High Altar of St. Paul's Cathe-' dral, re-dedicated earlier today
A London consultant comments on the Pope's recent Address to a World Congress of psychiatrists
Christianity, East and West: some reflections by D. T. Niles of the Church of Ceylon

Contributors

Unknown: D. T. Niles

: TALKING OF PICTURES

A series of conversations about nine famous pictures and some of the aesthetic, technical, and historical questions associated with them
Two 17th-Century Landscapes
A Classical Landscape
CLAUDE GELLEE
(died 1682) in the Barber Institute of Fine Arts,
Birmingham
A Dutch River Scene
JAN VAN GOYEN
(died 1656) in the National Gallery of Scotland,
Edinburgh
The speakers take these pictures as the basis for a discussion on the differences between Northern and Southern, Natural and Ideal landscapes.
Speakers:
SIR PHILIP HENDY
Director of the National Gallery
MICHAEL AYRTON
Professor ELLIS WATERHOUSE
Director of the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham
GEOFFREY AGNEW of a firm of art dealers
To accompany the series a thirty-two-page pamphlet has been prepared, containing thirty-five illustrations and explanatory text. It can be obtained through booksellers and newsagents, or by sending a crossed postal order for 3s. Od. (not postage stamps) to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Philip Hendy
Unknown: Michael Ayrton
Unknown: Ellis Waterhouse

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