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: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

Introduced by BASIL MINCHIN
News Comment by MARK GIBBS Religious Trends In Britain:
J. CHINNA Durai takes an old-fashioned look at some of the trends of thought that have been disturbing the churches in Britain this year
Christians and Psychological Treatment: JOHN HORDER describes some of the correspondence that came to him after his talk on this subject in Christian Outlook last summer

Contributors

Introduced By: Basil Minchin
Unknown: Mark Gibbs
Unknown: J. Chinna Durai
Unknown: John Horder

: USE YOUR ITALIAN

Twenty programmes designed to help the listener with some knowledge of the language to increase his understanding of colloquial Italian
8: Appuntamento al ristorante
Introduced by ARIELLA REGGIO
Script by PIETRO GIORGETTI and ELSIE FERGUSON
Produced by ELSIE FERGUSON Broadcast on February 21

Contributors

Introduced By: Ariella Reggio
Script By: Pietro Giorgetti
Script By: Elsie Ferguson
Produced By: Elsie Ferguson

: SCIENCE SURVEY

Medical Research Today
This week the Medical Research Council celebrates its Jubilee. To mark the occasion Science Survey includes four programmes on research at the National Institute for Medical Research
The talks are each introduced by the Director of the Institute, DR. P. B. MEDAWAR , C.B.E., F.R.S. 1: The Biology of the 1 Typing Problem ' by LESLIE BRENT , Ph.D.
When skin or an organ has to be transplanted the surgeon can sometimes choose between several donors. Grafts from some donors will be rejected rapidly, but grafts from others may be relatively acceptable so that the immunilogical action they provoke can be controlled. How can the surgeon tell in advance which kind of donor is which? This is the 'typing problem.' It has been solved for guinea-pigs: the next step is to apply it to human beings.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. P. B. Medawar
Unknown: Leslie Brent

: PAINTING OF THE MONTH

The End of the Renaissance
11: ANDREA DEL SARTO
1486-1530
Portrait or a Young Man painted c. 1517 in the National Gallery, London
Speaker. ELLIS WATERHOUSE
Barber Professor of Fine Arts and Director of the Barbt'r Institute, University of Birmingham
† Sunday's broadcast (Home)
Subscription scheme: page 28

Contributors

Unknown: Andrea Del Sarto








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