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Jazz by Arrangement
Jack Higgins talks about the place of the arranger in jazz
Illustrated with gramophone records


Talks: Jack Higgins


A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Among this week's items are:
In London for Lambeth: The Rev. Edward Patey interviews the Rt. Rev. Donald B. Marsh , Bishop of the Arctic
Ushaw Theological College: On the 150th anniversary of Ushaw College, Co. Durham. Fr. Gerard Culkin reflects on the history of the college and its work today
Away From It All: The Rev. R. H. Porter , a Church of Scotland minister, tells something of his work as padre of a holiday camp in Ayrshire
What Hymn Shall We Choose!: Dr. George Thalben-Ball begins a series of short programmes in which he offers some ideas and suggestions on how to choose hymns and how to render them: with the BBC Singers News Comment: by David M. Skinner , formerly a journalist and now curate in a new housing area in Bristol
(The first four items are recorded)


Unknown: Edward Patey
Unknown: Rt. Rev. Donald B. Marsh
Unknown: Gerard Culkin
Unknown: Rev. R. H. Porter
Unknown: Dr. George Thalben-Ball
Unknown: David M. Skinner

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