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November Digest
News, comment, interviews and records
Introduced by Ken Syikora


Introduced By: Ken Syikora


Introduced by Walter Macdonald
Items include:
News Comment: by Mark Gibbs
Bell-ringing: a report of the festival held at Bristol last Saturday, which included rinsing at some point in the day from nearly every tower in the area
Organ Music for the Amateur-2: Gordon Reynolds suggests some simple music for use in Church services,
Faith and Morals: a selection of listeners' comments on the discussion ' In Search of the Truth ' broadcast in the Home Service on Sunday, October 22, is introduced by the chairman, Norman Cresewell The last three items' are recorded


Introduced By: Walter MacDonald
Unknown: Mark Gibbs
Unknown: Norman Cresewell


Six programmes outlining the aims and methods of European philosophy and the development of philosophical ideas
5: Philosophy and Religion
A discussion between
Father Lawrence Bright, O.P. and Renford Bambrough
A list of books for further reading on philosophy can be obtained by sending a stamped addressed foolscap envelope to ' The Uses of Philosophy,'[address removed]

: Third Programme

See facing page


: Closedown

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