Introduced by Vernon Mitchell
Among this week's items are:
News Comment: Mark Gibbs
New Church Design: The Rev. Gilbert Cope of Birmingham University discusses some features of St. Columba's Church. Banrer's Gate. Sutton Coldfield, with the Vicar, the Rev. J. F. Capper. The church was designed by J. F. Cachemaille Day. F.R.I.B.A ., and consecrated on Oct. 22
The Choice of Christmas Carols: 2: Derek Gaye, Director of Music at Bradfield College, introduces six less familiar carols or arrangements of carols sung by the College choir. with Bernard Williams (organ)
3: 'A babe is born ' by Gustav Holst
4: 'In Bethlehem Town ' by Elizabeth Poston
The last two items are recorded
Rev. J. F.
Cachemaille Day. F.R.I.B.A
A series of four programmes on the nature of crime and the purposes of punishment; which attempts to put the questions in perspective, even if it does not provide all the answers.
1: THE IDEA OF CRIME
The legal concept of crime; criminal, statistics and social realities
Glanville Williams, Ph.D., LL.D. Reader in English Law, Cambridge University
Terence Morris, Ph.D. Lecturer in Sociology.
London School of Economics
Chairman, C. R. Hewitt
A Listen and- Learn Series
A list of books for further reading, and details of weekend follow-up courses, can be obtained by sending a stamped addressed foolscap envelope to [address removed]
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