A record anthology for All Fools' Day compiled and introduced by Charles Melville
A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Among this week's items are:
News Comment: by David Skinner
The Ministries of Women-5: Wilson Anderson describes the Order of Deaconesses in the Church of Scotland, and interviews its Convenor and one of its leading members
The Café Song for God: the Rev. Basil Minchin, in an illustrated talk, shows how the currently popular style of the French café-singer has been taken over and used by the ' singing evangelists '
A series of programmes in which historians and other specialists build up a picture of the Normans in the eleventh and twelfth centuries and their contribution to English history.
8-England and Normandy
JOHN LE PATOUREL. D.Phil. Professor of Medieval History
University of Leeds
G. W. S. BARROW
University College, London
When Philip of France conquered Normandy in 1204 he severed the links which had bound the Duchy to the Kingdom of England for one and a half centuries. How strong had these links been, and what was their effect on the subsequent history of England? Tonight's speakers discuss these questions and suggest a far-reaching answer.
Today's overseas commodity and financial news, and the London Stock Market closing report