Written by Maurice Cranston
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
THOMAS HOBBES (1588-1679)
Andrew MARVELL (1621-1678)
JOHN EVELYN (1620-1706)
JOHN AUBREY (1626-1697)
The Voice of Oliver CROMWELL
by Roland Oliver, Ph.D. Reader in African History in the University of London
Dr. Oliver believes that in southern Africa the origins of true nationalism are to be found in African Christian movements; and that today, more than ever, the distinction between the things that are God's and the things that are Caesar's is, to the black Christian, academic and unreal.
His talk is occasioned by Independent
African, a biography of John Chilembwe , by George Shepperson and Tom Price.
Poems by Belli selected and introduced by Luigi Meneghello
Belli's sonnets, over 2,000 in number, paint a picture of Roman life in all its aspects during the latter days of Papal rule. Read in romanesco by Giorgio Vigolo
Translations by Robert Garioch read by Duncan Mclntyre
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