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: JAZZ SESSION

What's New?
Ken Sykora reviews some recent jazz records

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Sykora

: Christian Outlook

A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Among this week's items are:
Christian Belief and Natural Evolution: One hundred years ago, in July 1858, Charles Darwin and A.R. Wallace read before the Linnean Society of London the communications 'on their independent discoveries concerning evolution by natural selection.' Darwin's The Origin of Species appeared in 1859. In this programme Donald Court, Lecturer in Botany at Liverpool, reviews Evolutionary Theory and Christian Belief by David Lack.
In London for Lambeth: The Rt. Rev. Nigel Cornwall, Anglican Bishop of Borneo, interviewed by Edward Patey.
The Annual Methodist Conference at Newcastle: Raymond George reports on the interim statement issued by the Methodist Church regarding the reunion conversations between Methodist and Anglican leaders.
News Comment: Mark Gibbs

Contributors

Reviewer: Donald Court
Interviewee: Rev. Nigel Cornwall
Interviewer: Edward Patey
Reporter: Raymond George
News comment: Mark Gibbs

: TALKING TENNIS

A discussion between
Colonel Duncan Macaulay
Secretary of the All England Lawn Tennis Club
Dan Maskell
Geoffrey Paish and Fred Perry
Chairman, Max Robertson

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Maskell
Unknown: Geoffrey Paish
Unknown: Fred Perry
Unknown: Max Robertson

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