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Among this week's items are:
News Comment: by David Skinner
Pax hominibus bonae voluntatis: How can the Churches help to prevent war* ARCHBISHOP T. D. Roberts, S.J.. discusses the matter with ALAN
BOOTH. London Secretary of the . World Council of Churches' Commission on International Affairs.
Oberammergau 1960: CANON RICHARD TYDEMAN speaks of the character and history of the famous Passion Play. to be performed again next year
A series of six programmes in which speakers discuss the techniques and significance of drawing and the part it plays in the work of ten great painters.
Presented by Michael Ayrton
3-Rembrandt and Goyaby John Berger
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