A series of four programmes
In the years 1950-65 universities throughout the world will have grown faster and more widely than ever before. This series examines some aspects of British universities today, considers the need for expansion, how it is to be carried out, and some of the problems that arise.
4: Looking Ahead
Summing-up talk by Norman Fisher
From the recollections of Father Martin D'Arcy, S.J. Donald Attwater, David Jones,
Stanley Morison, Father Conrad Pepler, O.F, Beatrice Warde, some members of his family and craftsmen and pupils who worked with him.
Father Martin D'Arcy,
Father Conrad Pepler,
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