Talk by C. D. Cowan
This month Indonesia celebrates the sixth anniversary of its independence. Dr. Cowan, who has lately visited the country, discusses some of the motive forces behind Indonesian domestic and foreign policies.
April Cantelo (soprano)
Alexander Young (tenor)
Alfred Orda (baritone)
BBC Chorus and Choral Society
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conductor, Sir Malcolm Sargent
SYMPHONY in C
SYMPHONY OF PSALMS, for chorus and orchestra (pianos. Charles Spinks and Gerald Gover )
Two talks on Newman by J.M. Cameron, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy in the University of Leeds
"Half the controversies in the world are verbal ones and could they be brought to a plain issue they would be brought to a prompt termination." Neither faith nor unbelief, Newman thought, relies on logic. J.M. Cameron examines Newman's sermons to discover his grounds of belief.
1—Ossianic Ballads sung and introduced by J. C. M. Campbell
James Campbell speaks about the origins of the Fingalian legends, the subject that aroused such controversy in the eighteenth century. He describes the form they took in Scotland, and sings passages from them in the traditional form in which he learned them.
J. C. M.
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