A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Introduced by the Rev. David Edwards
It is hoped that the items will include:
News Comment: by Mark Gibbs
An interview with the Rev. EPHRAIM ALPHONSE , who has done pioneer work with the Methodist Missionary Society in Panama, especially among the Valiente Indian tribe
A report on the recent restoration of Bath Abbey, by Martin Willson , who discusses various features with Robert Blackmore , managing director of the firm responsible for the work
A series of five programmes in which John STOBBS , a journalist with a non-scientific education, asks some eminent scientists and engineers to discuss and explain the tools, techniques, and rewards of space research.
3-Instruments and Information
How are satellites tracked ... how are their signals received and interpreted ... what can we and do we learn from their orbits and the instruments they carry?
D. G. KING HELE. Royal Aircraft Establishment. Farnborough
J. G. DAVIES , Jodrell Bank
.R. L. F. BOYD, leader of the space research group at University College. London
D. G. King
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