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: JAZZ SESSION

What's New?
Hector Stewart reviews some recent Jazz records

Contributors

Unknown: Hector Stewart

: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

Among this week's items are:
News Comment: by David Skinner The Ministries of Women-6: Wilson Anderson again talks to members of the Order of Deaconesses in the Church of Scotland about their work and place within the Church
Basil Harwood Centenary: this prolific composer who specialised in the field of church music was born on April 11, 1859. Dr. George Thalben-Ball conducts the BBC Singers in a performance of Harwood's anthem, '0. how glorious is the Kingdom' School for Teachers: Moore Wasson nieets the Rev. Donald Frazer , an expert engaged in training Sunday-school teachers, at a residential conference in Northern Ireland

Contributors

Unknown: David Skinner
Unknown: Moore Wasson
Unknown: Rev. Donald Frazer

: A Listen and Learn Series THE NORMANS

9-The Legacy of the Norman*
DAVID Douglas, F.B.A. Professor of History University of Bristol
JOHN H. HARVEY. F.S.A., F.R.S.L.
Consultant architect and archivist to Winchester College
BRIAN HOPE-TAYLOR,F.S.A.
Secretary of the Council for British Archaeology,
Medieval Research Committee
RANDOLPH QUIRK, Ph.D.
Professor of English Language,
University of Durham
Chairman: EDWARD MILLER
Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge
The speakers discuss the question of whether or not it is possible to speak of Norman characteristics and, if so, to what extent they became a part of English language, art, and political institutions.
A forty-page pamphlet (illustrated in colour) is obtainable, price 2s. 6d., through newsagents and booksellers, or by crossed postal order for 2s. 6d. (not stamps, please) from [address removed].

: Third Programme

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