Talk by Emil Brunner
In this talk Dr. Brunner considers the recent work of Rudolf Bultmann , whose demythologising has caused concern to many scholars as challenging the historical element in the Gospel, and he discusses the criterion of legitimate demythologising. Dr. Brunner believes that whatever in the Bible is essential for our understanding of God and ourselves must be left as it stands. With this qualification he accepts much of the work done by Professor Bultmann and answers the criticism made in a recent talk by Professor H. D. Lewis. (The recorded broadcast of June 12)
Professor H. D.
(' Les Monstres Sacres ')
A comedy by Jean Cocteau
Translated and adapted for radio by Peter Watts
The action takes place in Esther's dressing-room and in the famous ' Red Room ' of her and Florent's country house at Chatou
Produced by Peter Watts
(Sonia Dresdel is appearing in ' After My Fashion' at the Ambassadors Theatre)
Pierre Bernac (baritone)
Ernest Lush (accompanist)
New Philharmonic Trio:
David Wise (violin)
Gethyn Wykeham-George (cello)
Winifred Davey (piano) Another programme of chamber music by Schumann and songs by Faure: June 25
Richard Adeney (flute)
Clifton Helliwell (harpsichord)
Sonata in C, for flute and continuo Harpsichord:
Prelude and Fughetta in D minor: Prelude and Fughetta in E minor: Prelude and Fugue in A minor
Sonata in E flat, for flute and harpsichord
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