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Adila Fachiri (violin)
Sir Donald Tovey (piano) playing
Sonata in G (Op. 96) Beethoven
Recorded in 1927


Violin: Adila Fachiri
Piano: Sir Donald Tovey


Reflections on the writings of Hans Kiing by R. J. Ehrlich
Minister of Junction Road Church (Church of Scotland), Edinburgh
Hans Kung is Professor of Fundamental Theology in the Catholic Faculty at Tubingen. His book on the forthcoming Ecumenical Council and Reunion has now appeared in an English version. It seems to narrow. the field of disagreement between the Reformed Churches and Rome very considerably indeed.
Dr. Ehrlich believes however that to be properly understood Kiing's writings must be viewed as a whole and that for any further progress in the dialogue ' the Protestant protest is still relevant and vitally necessary.


Unknown: Hans Kiing
Unknown: R. J. Ehrlich

: A Dialogue on Revolution

by Maurice Cranston
with Godfrey Quigley as Edmund Burke, Andrew Cruickshank as Thomas Paine and Margaretta Scott as Mary Wollstonecraft
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
This dialogue is assumed to take place in 1790, when Edmund Burke was writing his Reflections on the Revolution in France. Burke defends his views against two left-wing friends, Thomas Paine who had made his name in America as the author of the revolutionary tract, Common Sense, and Mary Wollstonecraft, who later married William Godwin.
: second broadcast


Writer: Maurice Cranston
Production: Douglas Cleverdon
Edmund Burke: Godfrey Quigley
Thomas Paine: Andrew Cruickshank
Mary Wollstonecraft: Margaretta Scott


Mary Thomas (soprano)
Peter Ie Huray
(harpsichord continuo)
English Chamber Orchestra Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted by Newell Jenkins
The last three items are being broadcast for the first time in this country


Soprano: Mary Thomas
Soprano: Peter Ie Huray
Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted By: Newell Jenkins

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