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Hector Stewart reviews some recent jazz records


Unknown: Hector Stewart


Among this week's items are:
News Comment, by Mark Gibbs
Conference at Nyborg (January 6-8): Christians from both sides of the Iron Curtain have been meeting at Nyborg, Denmark, to discuss Christianity and secularism in modern Europe. The Rev. Kenneth Slack , of the British Council of Churches, gives his impressions of this informal and unofficial conference, and introduces the recorded voices of some of the Church leaders taking part
Here Followeth the Anthem-1: Terence Lovett , sub-warden of the Royal Academy of Music, begins a series of musical items dealing with neglected anthems suitable for various occasions: with the choir of St. Bartholomew the Great. Smithfleld; at the organ, Paul Steinitz
Plays for Holy Week: Ursula Nicholl. of the Religious Drama Society of Great Britain, recommends some plays, new and old, for performance in Holy Week this year
(The second and third items are recorded)


Unknown: Mark Gibbs
Unknown: Rev. Kenneth Slack
Unknown: Terence Lovett
Unknown: Paul Steinitz
Unknown: Ursula Nicholl.

: A Listen and Learn Series MARXISM AND COMMUNISM

Six talks on the development of Communism in the Soviet Union The programmes presented by LEONARD SCHAPIRO
Reader in Russian Government and Politics, University of London
3-The Comintern Method
From 1919 until 1943 the Comintern was the instrument through which the Soviet Communists carried out their avowed intention to promote world revolution. This programme includes illustrations by four speakers who tell of their experiences of its methods.
The Rt. Hon. HERBERT MORRIS0N C.H. , , m.p.. Home Secretary 1940-45, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs March-October 1951
LORD STRANG G.C.B., G.C.M.C, ., Permanent Under-Secretary of State at the Foreign Office 1949-53
DOUGLAS HYDE , editor of -the Daily Worker 1943-48
WOLFGANG LEONHARD , himself trained in the Cominitern training school


Presented By: Leonard Schapiro
Unknown: Rt. Hon. Herbert Morris0n C.H.
Unknown: Douglas Hyde
Unknown: Wolfgang Leonhard

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