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October Digest
A monthly survey of events /
- in the world of jazz
News, comment, interviews and records
Introduced by Ken Sykora


Introduced By: Ken Sykora


Among this week's items are:
News Comment: by David Skinner
The Church in the Circus: Martin Willson questions the Rev. Dr. W. D. Omand about his long personal ministry to circus people
To School on Sunday: a second seriea on Sunday School techniques. 2-The Act of Worship: by the Rev. Dr. J. K. Meir , of the British Lessons Council, with recorded illustrations
Psalms and Canticles: 5-More Contrasts, by Gordon Reynolds , with the choir of St. Bride's, Fleet Street


Unknown: David Skinner
Unknown: Martin Willson
Unknown: Rev. Dr. W. D. Omand
Unknown: Rev. Dr. J. K. Meir
Unknown: Gordon Reynolds

: A Listen and Learn Series FOUR WAYS OF LIFE

Spiritual beliefs and religious forms have determined the behaviour and relationships of nations and individuals. This series sets out to give a simple explanation of the basic tenets of four religions whose members comprise a great part of the earth's population and whose influence on world affairs is today of incalculable importance-Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Each talk is given by a scholar who is not himself a member of the religion, with contributions by members of the religion.
3-Hinduism by Morris Carstairs anthropologist and psychiatrist
Contributions by: Dr. G. Malhotra
D. S. Shastri


Unknown: Morris Carstairs
Unknown: Dr. G. Malhotra
Unknown: D. S. Shastri

: Third Programme

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Today's overseas commodity and financial news, and the London Stock Market closing report

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