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: DUNFORD DIALOGUES

4: God and Science
DONALD MACKAY
Professor of Communication, University of Keele opens a discussion on some aspects of the relationship between science and religion
Other speakers are:
FR. LAWRENCE BRIGHT, O.P. and NINIAN SMART
H. G. Wood Professor of Theology,
University of Birmingham
In what sense does God ' cause ' natural events? Why talk of ' creation rather than ' first cause'? Why a personal God? What role does individual experi* ence play in revelation? Recorded at Dunford House. Sussex

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacKay
Unknown: H. G. Wood

: PIANO RECITAL

GYÖRGY SESÖK

: LIEUTENANT GUSTL

A dramatic monologue by Arthur Schnitzler translated by SHEILA STERN with John Westbrook as Lieutenant Gustl
Other parts played by GODFREY QUIGLEY and MALCOLM HAYES
Produced by MARTIN ESSLIN
Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931), the Austrian dramatist and novelist, published the story Lieutenant Gustl in 1900. It is one of the earliest examples of the ' streamoi-consciousness ' in European literature.

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Schnitzler
Translated By: Sheila Stern
Unknown: John Westbrook
Played By: Godfrey Quigley
Played By: Malcolm Hayes
Produced By: Martin Esslin
Produced By: Arthur Schnitzler

: NINETEENTH-CENTURY CHORAL MUSIC

BBC CHORUS
Conductor, PETER GELLHORN
Grieg
Ave Marls Stella
Four Psalms (based on old
Norwegian church melodies) Fifth of seven rrogrammes

Contributors

Conductor: Peter Gellhorn








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