An appraisal of Objections to Humanism by RENFORD BAMBROUGH , Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge Objections to Humanism was published towards the end of last year as a companion volume to Objections to Christian Belief.
A joke for radio by George Hahn
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Produced by Richard Imison
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 7.25
Heather Harper (soprano)
Helen Watts (contralto)
Ken Neate (tenor)
David Ward (bass)
Chorus-Master, Donald Hunt
Leader. Hugh Bean Conductor,
Carlo Maria Giulini
From the Town Hall, Leeds
SYMPHONY No. S. in F major
A series of six fortnightly programmes in which Londoners in various trades and professions talk about their lives and opinions
5: Anton Wallich-Clifford
Introduced by PHILIP O'CONNOR
Produced by DAVID Thomsom
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