A discussion between
Fr. Vincent Turner , s.j.
University Lecturer in Philosophy at Oxford
D. M. MacKinnon
Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Aberdeen
A. G. N. Flew
Lecturer in Moral Philosophy in the Undversiity of Aberdeen
Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford
Docs ' a future life ' mean anything? On what conditions is it possible to confess belief in the resurrection of the dead?
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 7)
The Art of Fugue played by James Ching (piano)
Chromatic Triple Fugue (11); Invertible Fugue (Rectus and Inversus); Two Fugues (Rectus and Inversus) for two keyboards (with Lionel Salter , piano)
Next programme : tomorrow at 6.0
Talk by Eva Taylor
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors has arranged an exhibition called ' Five Centuries of Maps and Map-making ' which is open at 12 Great George Street, S.W.I, from June 9 until July 4. Eva Taylor. Emeritus Professor of Geography in the University of London, speaks mainly about the personalities and methods of the surveyors and the beauty and precision of the early estate plans.
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