Introduced by Vernon Mitchell
News Comment: by Mark Gibbs
The Man in the Dog Collar: A Church of England parson, a Roman Catholic priest, and a Free Church minister comment on the picture given of their respective ministries in The Observer on Oct. 9, 16, and 23 A Choice of Christmas Carols—1: Derek Gaye. Director of Music at Bradfield College, introduces six less familiar carols or arrangements of carols sung by the College choir The last two items are recorded
A series enquiring into the British Caribbean territories
6: A WEST INDIAN NATION
Arthur Calder Marshall on the West Indian novelists and Professor John Figeroa of the University College of The West Indies on education in a new society Chairman, Edward Blishen
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