A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Introduced by Peter Bide Items include
News Comment: by Mark Gibbs
The Billy Graham North of Eng land Crusade, May 29-June 17 John H. Dunsford , of the Man chester Evening News, surveys the eve-of-crusade scene and discusser some topical aspects
A Professional Musician Looks at Church Music: talk by Anthony Hedges , of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music
The last two items are recorded
A series of six programmes for the interested layman in which meteorologists discuss with Alastair Dunnett the science of the atmosphere.
5: On a Small Scale
An account of variations of climate within the British Isles, and of how the meteorologist can help farmers, industrialists, and others by precise investigations of local conditions. Speaker
L. P. SMITH of the Meteorological Office
A Listen and Learn series
A booklet containing diagrams, weather charts, and cloud pictures in colour black-and-white has been specially written by Sir Graham Sutton to accompany this series. It can be obtained,
4s. 6d., through newsagents and booksellers or direct by sending a crossed postal order for 4s. 6d. to BBC Publications [address removed]
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