In this group of seven talks theologians and philosophers examine this question and seek to describe the content of the Christian message in terms intelligible to men in the twentieth century
2: The Gospel and Man who has Dominion by the Rev. J. S. HABGOOD
Rector of Jedburgh
Signing on the Dotted Line, by the Rev. G. B. Caird of Mansfield College, Oxford: March 4
Rev. J. S.
Rev. G. B.
tThree talks by S. C. LESLIE
2: The Economic Reckoning
In his second talk Mr. Leslie poses the question: are we handicapped or helped economically by being outside the E.E.C.? He concludes that the answer depends partly on a calculation of advantages, partly on what we do.
Last talk: March 2
by Luigi Pirandello
Translated and adapted by FREDERICK May from the short story Acqua Amara with Peter Bull
He sits in the Pump Room, like si well-fed and thoroughly self-satisfied Abbot, sipping the tepid, alkaline waters, eager to tell his story to yet another sufferer ...
Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Produced by ROBIN MIDGLEY Second broadcast
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