by BILL NAUGHTON
He takes listeners to a barber's shop in a North-Country town on an evening in 1930, and again to the same shop in 1960. Production by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON
Harry Charnock, a barber, in 1930:
Alec, a lather boy:
Ethel Charnock, Harry's wife:
Billy Charnock. his son as a boy, in 1930:
Billy Charnock. his son as barber, m I960:
by BEN JONSON
Selected and introduced by Helen Gardner Reader in Renaissance English Literature in the University of Oxford
Helen Gardner writes: These poems have been chosen to display the range of good writing in Jonson's non-dramatic poetry. Some of them are trifles, others express his strongly held convictions. All of them display Jonson's command of tone, the reward of his constant concern with the proper use of language, his devotion to his art. Readers
Derek Smith and Gabriel Woolf
by the Rev. Paul Oestreicher
Paul Oestreicher recently spent fourteen months working in Germany and making contact with Christians living behind the Iron Curtain. He believes that for the individual Christian and the Communist there is a possibility of genuine dialogue-
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