Nunc dimittis in G
Te Deum in G sung by the choir of New College, Oxford: organist. Dr. H. K. Andrews
Second of six programmes of music written, at the request of the Church. by contemporary composers
Sewell Stokes recalls some youthful impressions of the cinema's early days
In this talk examples taken from the present revival of great American films are used to prove a theory that most of them remain superior to anything Hollywood has managed to produce since the introduction of talkies
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