Talk by Kenneth Wheare
The Gladstone Professor of Government at Oxford talks on two themes that he thinks are closely connected: the strength and viability of the Commonwealth, and the importance of a North Atlantic defence pact
An Experiment in Biography by Laurence Kitchin
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
Counsel for the Prosecution:
Counsel for the Defence:
The Rev. E. C. Ratcllff , Ely Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge, introduces the twelve Canticles he has choserf and revised for Inclusion in this book, lately published for use in studio services
His talk Is Illustrated by the BBC Singers, accompanied at the organ by Dr. George Thalben-Ball
Rev. E. C.
Le rossignol ; Guerir ma douleur: J'ay cherché la science: Toutfs les njicts: A ce matin; Amour, amour; Margot. labourez les vignes sung by the Couraud Vocal Ensemble
Conductor, Marcel Couraud on gramophone record*
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