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March 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 Mark Gibbs
The Church in Germany: The Rev. PAUL OESTERICH , an Anglican clergy-man who has served for sonie months as a pastor in the Lutheran Church in Germany, is interviewed by Douglas Stewart
The Church and World Affairs: by the Rev. Dr. ELFAN Rees of the World Council of Churches, who has been attending the meetings of the United Nations in New York to present the Churches' view on world problems


Unknown: Mark Gibbs
Unknown: Paul Oesterich
Interviewed By: Douglas Stewart
Unknown: Rev. Dr. Elfan Rees

: A Listen and Learn Series BACKGROUND TO THE CRUSADES

A series of seven programmes
6-The Fourth Crusade by Sir Steven Runciman
It has been said that the Crusades began with the Infidel at the gates of Constantinople and ended with the Infidel at the gates of Vienna. Sir Steven Runciman describes how the Fourth Crusade, unhappily distinguished for its pillage of Byzantium, contributed to the decline of Christendom in the East.
A forty-page pamphlet, illustrated in full colour, can be ordered, price 3s. 6d., through newsagents and booksellers, or direct by sending a crossed postal order for 3s. 6d. (not stamps, please) to [address removed]
The order of Programmes 6 and 7, as listed in the pamphlet, has been transposed


Unknown: Sir Steven Runciman

: Third Programme


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

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