Introduced by Peter BMe ROME AND CANTERBURY
A conversation between
The Archbishop of York and The Roman Catholic
Archbishop of Liverpool
Chainnan, Kenneth Harris
A sound recording of 'Meeting Point broadcast in BBC TV on December 4
The programme also includes
News Comment: by David Skinner
Four programmes on the problems of the critic and his responsibilities to the public and to the art he serves.
1: LITERARY CRITICISM by Richard Hoggart
A Listen and Learn series
See page 38
8.0 Third Programme
See facing page
11.6 app. MARKET TRENDS
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