Three talks by John Holloway
2-A Life of its Own
The vocabulary of literary criticism tends to develop so much vitality that it governs the thinking of its unwary users. Mr. HoUoway mentions three examples: planes of reality,' ' conflict,' and ' character.'
AND RACIAL TENSION
Talk by the Rev.Norman Goodall , D.Phil. Secretary of the Joint Committee of the World Council of Churches and International Missionary Council
There is a fundamental theological difference between the attitude to race of the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa and that of the other Churches. Dr. Goodall explains the theological basis of this difference and shows how the attitude of the Dutch Reformed Church is challenged by Dr. Marais, himself an Afrikaner, in his book Colour: unsolved problem of the West.
Three talks by Elena Gerhardt
Illustrated by the speaker's records and by her singing in the studio, accompanied by Joan Coombes
The songs discussed are Immer leiser, Der Gang zum Liebchen, Die Nachtigall, Feldemsamkeit, and Zigeunerlieder 5-7.
' The Childermass' by Wyndham Lewis
SCENI: OUTSIDE HEAVEN with John Richmond , Eric Anderson Martin Starkie , Richard George
Eric Lugg , Bryan Powley and Stanley Groome
Music composed and conducted by Walter Goehr
Produced by D. G. Bridson
van Den Bergh
at the organ of the Ernst Morlts
Arndt Church, Berlin
Toccata in A minor (Sweclinck)
Chorale Preludes (Ernst Pepping)
Erschienen ist der herrlich Tag 0 Haupt voll Blut und Wunden Heut singt die liebe Christenhelt
Sonata No. 1 (Hindemith) on gramophone recorda
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