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4: Order and Evil by D. M. MACKINNON
Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge
The Christian gospel is about more than man; the good news is about a ' cosmos.' What can such an affirmation mean, in face of the universality, persistence, and power of evil?
Talks by Professor R. W. Hepburn and the Rev. David Jenkins : March 18


Unknown: D. M. MacKinnon
Unknown: Professor R. W. Hepburn
Unknown: Rev. David Jenkins


Inventions in major-minor modes, Op. 31 played by ELEANOR WARREN (cello)
BENJAMIN FRANKEL (piano) Second broadcast


Cello: Eleanor Warren
Piano: Benjamin Frankel

: The Professor

by L. J. Witts
A medical man looks back. With Robert Harris and Andrew Cruickshank Produced by NESTA PAIN
To be repeated on March 30
See page 32


Writer: L. J. Witts
Unknown: Robert Harris
Unknown: Andrew Cruickshank
Produced By: Nesta Pain
The Professor: Robert Harris
His Younger Self: Hugh Dickson
The Dean: Michael Spice
MacDowell: Andrew Cruickshank
Chest Physician: Norman Claridge
Radiologist: Anthony Hall
Nellis: Donald McKillop
American Woman: Vivienne Chatterton
Sister: Hilda Kriseman
Student: Michael Deacon


PAMELA BOWDEN (contralto)
ALFRED ORDA (baritone)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC Orchestra Leader, Raymond Cohen
Szymanowski's Stabat Mater dates from 1925-26 and was first performed in this country at the Three Choin Festival at Worcester in 1935. It is set for soprano, contralto, and baritone soloists, mixed chorus, and symphony orchestra without trombones, and is divided into six sections.


Soprano: Elisabeth Robinson
Contralto: Pamela Bowden
Baritone: Alfred Orda
Leader: Raymond Cohen
Conducted By: Andrzej Panufnik


Recorded and introduced by JAMES MCNEISH
2: The Mountains of Epirus


Introduced By: James McNeish

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