Nancy Evans (mezzo-soprano) Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
Max Worthley (tenor)
Hervey Alan (bass-baritone)
Maurice Durufle (organ)
City of Birmingham Choir City of Birmingham
(Leader, Norris Stanley )
Conducted by David Willeocks
Given before an invited audience in the Town Hall, Birmingham
Talk by Richard Hoggart
Since Mr. Hoggart published his book on Auden last year a new volume by the poet has appeared: it is called ' Nones.' Mr. Hoggart is staff-tutor in Literature to the Department of Adult Education, University College, Hull.
Talk by T. E. Utley
The speaker gives reasons for what may be called an Erastian conception of the Church of England. He believes that one of the strongest claims of Anglicanism to respect is that it made English history. His talk is occasioned by the report of the Church Assembly's Commission.
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