A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Introduced by the Rev. Walter Macdonald
Among this week's items are:
New., Comment: by Dewi Morgan
Christian Teamwork : A report of the second annual conference of this inter-denominational group, which aims to provide a consultative Christian service for those wanting counsel or assistance in. the problems of living the Christian life in the twentieth century
, Over the Bridge': The Rev. Principal J. E. Davey talks of this controversial play which has been running at the Empire Theatre. Belfast, and the Olympia Theatre. Dublin
(The last two items are recorded)
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.
4-'Mao in Space'
Effects of acceleration ... mental stability in space environment ... radiation and meteorite hazard ... problems of re-entry.
Air Cdre. W. K. Stewart ,
Gp. Capt.H. L. Roxburgh , o.b.e.
Dr. D. McK.Kerslake
Sqn. Ldr. P. Howard , O.B.E.
From the School of Aviation Medicine.
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