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Teddy Wilson
An appreciation, with records of the pianist by Kenneth Ashen


Unknown: Teddy Wilson
Unknown: Kenneth Ashen


Introduced by Peter Bide
News Comment: by Fenton Morley Sante Uberto Barbieri : Bishop of the Methodist Church in Argentina, a Joint-President of the World Council of Churches, was a recent visitor to Belfast, where he was interviewed by Austin Fulton
The Church Situation in Cuba is discussed by Canon Matthew Mc-Narney. on furlough from missionary work with the Roman Catholic Church in the West Indies
The ('hanging World of Stained Glass: talk by H. T. Kirby. Editor of the Journal of the British Society of Master Glass Painters
The last three items are recorded


Introduced By: Peter Bide
Unknown: Fenton Morley
Unknown: Sante Uberto Barbieri
Interviewed By: Austin Fulton
Talk By: H. T. Kirby.


A series of four discussions 3: LOCAL AND CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
Speakers: FRANK PICKSTOCK (chairman). Organising Secretary, Delegacy for Extra-Mural Studies at
Oxford; ARTHUR BLENKINSOP , Simon Research Fellow, University of Manchester; ROBERT MCKENZIE , Reader in Sociology, London School of Economics; R. W. REVANS , Professor of Industrial Administration, Manchester College of Science and Technology
A Listen and' Learn series


Unknown: Arthur Blenkinsop
Reader: Robert McKenzie
Unknown: R. W. Revans

: Third Programme

See facing page


: Closedown

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