Douglas Woodruff reviews ' Ideas Have Consequences' by Richard M. Weaver , recently published in the United States; ' The Misinterpretation of Man,' a survey of European thought in the nineteenth century, by Paul Roubiczek ; and ' Vers un nouveau Prophetisme ' by the French philosopher Raymond Abellio
A feature programme showing what the British Council is, how much it spends, and where and why it operates
The Chairman and Director-General, General Sir Ronald Adam , G.C.B D.S.O., O.B.E., speaks on British Council policy; and questions put by Robert Barr , Gilbert Harding , and Oliver Burt are answered by members of the Council staff
Others taking part Include Ian Catford, Felix Felton Richard Humphrey , J. Hubert Leslie , and Sheila Stewart
Script and production by R. D. Smith
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