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A group of seven talks by theologians and philosophers 1: The Gospel in the New Testament Period by the Rev. AUSTIN FARRER Warden of Keble College, Oxford
The word * gospel signifies I good news'; but if there is news, what is it-and why is it ' good '? In different ages Christian believers have understood the message or content of the gospel in different ways. The world of the first century, in which the ' primitive gospel ' was proclaimed, is so radically unlike our own that we may reasonably ask in what sense, if any, the claims concerning Christ are the same ' yesterday, today, and for ever.'
The Gospel and Man who has Dominion, by the Rev. J. S. Habgood , Rector of Jedburgh: February 25


Unknown: Austin Farrer
Unknown: Rev. J. S. Habgood


Cantiones Sacrae and Gradualia
Psallite Domino
Ave verum corpus Rorate coeli
Christus resurgens
Angelus Domini descendlt Ne irascaris Domine; Civitas sancti tui
Laudibus in sanctis
Justorum animae From St. Mary Magdalene ,
Paddington, London


Unknown: Mary Magdalene


A comedy by Georges Courteline
Translated by ALBERT BERMEL with Coral Browne
George Cole and David Kossoff
Cast in order of speaking Adapted for broadcasting and produced by MARTIN ESSLIN
David Kossoff is appearing in ' Come Blow Your Horn ' at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London Georges Courteline's farcical comedy, first performed in 1893, has now won a place in the repertoire of the Comedie Française.


Comedy By: Georges Courteline
Translated By: Albert Bermel
Unknown: Coral Browne
Unknown: George Cole
Unknown: David Kossoff
Produced By: Martin Esslin
Produced By: David Kossoff
Fouettard: Kenneth Hydi
Boubouroche: George Cols
Potasse: Peter Pratt
Roth: Lee Fox
Amédée: David Valla
An old gentleman: David Kossoff
André: Geoffrey Mathews
Adèle: Coral Browne


Piano Sonatas
C minor, Op. 13
A major, Op. 101 played by MARIA DONSKA
Thirteenth of a series containing all the sonatas
G major Op. 79 and E minor Op. 90. played by Malcolm Binns : Friday at 11.15 p.m. (Home): B flat major Op. 106 (Hammerklavler), played by Claude Frank : Feb. 26 (Third)


Played By: Maria Donska
Played By: Malcolm Binns
Played By: Claude Frank


A programme of her records introduced by PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE
Second broadcast


Introduced By: Philip Hope-Wallace

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