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Experiment with Time
Charles Melville talks about various attempts at ' swinging ' the waltz
Illustrated with gramophone records


A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Among this week's items are:
The Gelineau Psalms: The revolutionary method of psalm-singing evolved by Pere Joseph Gelineau, s.j., has aroused considerable interest in this country. and has now been adapted for use with English words.
Dom Gregory Murray. O.S.B.. of -Downside, discusses the Gelineau method with Michael Vickers in a review of the first English recording, issued recently
The World Council of Christian Education: The Rev. H. A. Hamilton reports on the conference held during July and August in Japan
The Church at the Seaside: Martin Willson reports on what the Church is doing for holidaymakers around Torbay. in Devon
News Comment: by David Skinner


Unknown: David Skinner

: For the Householder: 5: Answering Your Questions

Five programmes designed to help people who want to do their own household improvements and repairs.
David Jenkin, F.R.I.B.A., A.M.T.P.I., and David Roe answer questions arising out of talks earlier in the series.
In the chair, Ruth Drew.


Expert: David Jenkin, F.R.I.B.A., A.M.T.P.I.
Expert: David Roe Chair: Ruth Drew

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