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 Second broadcast
by Claude Crebillon 1707-77 translated and arranged by BARBARA BRAY
' I made my entry into society at the age of seventeen, with all the advantages.
' My father the Marquis de Meilcour had left me a noble name and from my mother I had expectations of considerable wealth. The idea of pleasure was the only one I had in my head ... ' with Robert Eddison
as Meilcour Catherine Lacey as Madame de Lursay
Viola Tunnard (harpsichord)
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL Second broadcast
by T. E. UTLEY
Mr. Utley criticises the theory propounded by Maurice Cowling in his Nature and Limits of Political Science that the scientific study of politics is self-contained and cannot be applied to practical politics.
† GUNTHER SCHULLER talks with ALEXANDER GOEHR about the situation of the American composer at the present time
They discuss the unique position of 'jazz and serious music in America, and compare the relation of the composer and society in the two continents.
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