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: RELIGION AND MYSTERY

by H. D. Lewis
Professor of the History and Philosophy of Religion King's College, London
Three talks on the problem which ' mystery ' constitutes for philosophy and religion, based on the earlier part of the Wilde Lectures delivered by Professor Lewis at Oxford in 1960, 1 Current Attenuations of Faith
An easy way out

Contributors

Unknown: H. D. Lewis

: A DISCIPLE OF SPENSER AND VENERABLE CHAUCER

A radio study of C. M. Doughty
Compiled and introduced by CHRISTOPHER SYKES
Includino contributions from Miss Dorothy and Miss Freda Doughty Sir Sydney Cockerell and St. John Philby Readers
Valentine Dyall, Roger Snowdon and Martin Starkle
Production bv Dorothy Baker and Christopher Sykes
: second broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By: Christopher Sykes
Unknown: Miss Freda Doughty
Unknown: Sir Sydney Cockerell
Unknown: Roger Snowdon
Unknown: Martin Starkle
Unknown: Dorothy Baker
Unknown: Christopher Sykes

: PROKOFIEV AND DVORAK

Smetana String Quartet Jiri Novak (violin)
Lubomir Kostecky (violin) Milan Skampa (viola)
Antonin Kohout (cello)
Recorded at a public concert at Dartington last August

Contributors

Violin: Jiri Novak
Violin: Lubomir Kostecky
Viola: Milan Skampa
Cello: Antonin Kohout

: JAEL

A dramatic monologue by Lord DE TABLEY
Introduced by Ian Fletcher
Read by Jill Balcon
The Victorian poet, numismatist, and botanist Lord de Tabley is now perhaps best remembered for his lyrical poems, but his narrative and dramatic work has some of the insight and power of Browning or Tennyson. Jael is a moving analysis of guilt and self-doubt.

Contributors

Introduced By: Ian Fletcher
Read By: Jill Balcon








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