A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Among this week's items are:
News Comment by David Skinner
Christian Stewardship in Action-2: The Rev. Brian Rice visits St. Barnabas Church. Little Ilford Psalms and Canticles: 6 — Fretting
Garment, the last programme about the pointing, singing, and accompaniment of psalms and canticles given by Gordon Reynolds : with the choir of St. Bride's Church. Fleet Street
This series of broadcasts is designed to give a simple explanation of the beliefs of four great religions and of the behaviour which springs from those beliefs. The talks are given bv a scholar of each religion who is not a member of it, with contributions from members of the religion.
Dr. Romila Thapar
Lecturer in Ancient Indian History at the School of Oriental and African Studies
Contributions by: The Ven. H. Saddhatissa
Head of the London Buddhist Vihara
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