Among this week's items are:
News Comment: by Mark Gibbs
The Churches in Northern and Southern Rhodesia: by the Rev. Cecil Northcott , editorial secretary of the United Society for Christian Literature. who has recently returned from a visit to several African territories
Here Followeth the Anthem: 2-Terence Lovett , sub-warden of the Royal Academy of Music, continues a series of musical items dealing with neglected anthems: with the choir of St. Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield; at the organ, Paul Steinitz
The 'Tell Scotland' Movement and Kirk Week 1959: The Rev. Colin Day. laity secretary for Kirk Week , and the Rev. Ian Mactaggart , organising secretary of ' Tell Scotland.' discuss the pians for the 1959 Kirk Week and the role of the Week within the 'Tell Scotland ' Movement
(The last three items are recorded)
Six talks on the development of Communism in the Soviet Union
4-The Communist State in Practice
LEONARD SCHAPIRO , Reader in Russian Government and Politics, University of London, pecalls the sequence of events following the Russian Revolution, introduces accounts of life in the Soviet Union today, and considers the relation of the Communist party to the individual in Russia.
Illustrations include impressions of their recent visits to Russia by SALLY BELFRAGE , who spent five months working with a publishing house in Moscow, and Dr. G. H. BOLSOVER , Teacher of Russian History at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London; and personal impressions of the operation of the Communist party government in Russia by WOLFGANG LEONHARD , who was educated in Moscow as a party official.
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