Tryfan by Wilfrid Noyce author and climber
First of a series of descriptive talks about British mountains. The speakers have been selected from a number of climbers, artists, naturalists, and writers who have learned to know and love one particular mountain
2—'The Journey to Japan '
by J. Bronowski with Leo Genn as the Traveller and Brenda Bruce , Bonar Colleano
Charles Goldner , Carleton Hobbs
Production by Robert Gittings
'The Journey to Japan ' is the inner record of a visit to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The traveller's impressions form a spiritual enquiry, an attempt to arrive at a philosophy for our time
Barbara Wootton -a magistrate, a chairman of the Metropolitan Juvenile Courts, and Professor of Social Studies in the University of London-considers the respective spheres of the paid. the unpaid, and the partly-paid public servant
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