Talk by the Rev. A. M. Ramsey , D.D., Van Mildert Professor of Divinity at Durham University
Professor Ramsey was a member of Section I of the First Assembly of the World Council of Churches, held at Amsterdam in the summer of last year. The chief problem this section had to face (as their report says) was that they met to discuss the Church and found themselves compelled to speak about the churches. Professor Ramsey considers how this ecumenical gathering of scholars devised a method for meeting the problem
Lyrical fairy-tale in three acts by Jaroslav Kvapil
English translation by Christopher Hassall
(Continued in next column) and BBC Theatre Chorus
(Chorus-Master, John Clements ) .
BBC Theatre Orchestra (Leader, Alfred Barker )
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
Narrator, Andrew Cruickshank
Presented by Mark Lubbock
A glade by a lake. Before dawn
In 1890 Chekhov travelled across Siberia to the convict island of Sachalin. In this talk Hubert Butler analyses Chekhov's motives in going there
(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 1)
See also tomorrow at 11.35
Irene Eisinger (soprano) Frederick Stone (piano)
Helen Pyke and Paul Hamburger
(piano duet) .
German Dances, Op. 33
Der Einsame; Der blinde Knabe;
Variations on an Original Theme in A flat, Op. 35
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