A weekly programme-of Christian news and comment
Introduced by Walter Macdonald
News Comment: by David Skinner
The Bible in the Secondary Modern School: The Rev. Alan Dale. of Dudley Teachers Training College. has been experimenting with translations specially made to convey its meaning to students of limited vocabulary: Eric Blennerhassett investigates results so far
American Letter: Bernard Mayes , director of the Judson Student House. New York. looks through English eyes at the American inheritance
The last two items are recorded
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.
4: THE ADULT CRIMINAL
Principles and problems of sentencing; the modern prison, its aims and methods; where do we go from here? Speakers
D. L. Howard
Chairman, C. R. Hewitt
A Listen and Learn series
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