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: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

Introduced by DAVID EDWARDS
News Comment by HOWARD Williams
' Unity—a History and Some Reflections' by Maurice Vil lain, reviewed by KENNETH SLACK
World Christian Books: Last month saw the publication In English of the fiftieth volume in this series designed for translation and adaptation to the needs of the younger churches. CECIL NORTHCOTT describes the scheme ' Background to Modern Industry': an account of a twelve-week course arranged for members of the clergy by Bristol University's Department of Extra-Mural Studies

Contributors

Introduced By: David Edwards
Unknown: Maurice Vil
Reviewed By: Kenneth Slack
Unknown: Cecil Northcott

: USE YOUR ITALIAN

10: In famiglia
Introduced by ARIELLA REGGIO Script by PIETRO GIORGETTI and ELSIE FERGUSON
Produced by ELSIE FERGUSON Broadcast on March 7

Contributors

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

: SCIENCE SURVEY

Medical Research Today
To mark the Jubilee of the Medical Research Council Science Survey includes four programmes on research at the National Institute for Medical Research
3: Hormones tn Growth and Development by J. R. TATA , D.SC.
The body secretes highly actlvo substances (hormones) which regulate the maturation of tissues both before and after birth. How hormones perform this action still remains a mystery. Dr. Tata describes his research on this problem and discusses some of its biological and medical implications.
Dr. Tata is introduced by the Director of the Institute, DR. P. B. MEDAWAR, C.B.E., F.R.S

Contributors

Unknown: J. R. Tata








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