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Ϯ CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD at his home in Santa Monica,
California, describes and reads from his new novel
A Single Man


Unknown: Christopher Isherwood


A symposium on modern evangelism compiled by GEOFFREY REEVES from contemporary comment, and from documentary record of the revival campaigns pioneered by DWIGHT LYMAN MOODY
' Instant Salvation he called It again and again ... He exulted in the free grace of God .. his joy was contagious.'
Clive Barker , Colin Campbell Patanne Fairfoot , Michael Kustow , Brian Murphy
Sacred Songs and Solos sung by Colin Kemball and Evan Morgan Powell
Harmonium, Kate O'Connor
John Alldis , The Rev. Henry Briant , Clive Barker , Tom Driberg, m.p.. Canon Stanley
Evans, Canon Bryan Green, Stuart Hall, Professor Richard Hoggart , Ewan McColl , The Rev. Ernest Marvin, Canon Douglas Rhymes, Peggy Seeger,
Dr. Leslie Weatherhead
With illustrations from current pop records, and additional material by Charles Lawson
To be repeated on July 18
Michael Kustow broadcasts by permission of the Governors of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Stratford-upon-Avon


Unknown: Geoffrey Reeves
Unknown: Dwight Lyman
Readers: Clive Barker
Readers: Colin Campbell
Unknown: Patanne Fairfoot
Unknown: Michael Kustow
Unknown: Brian Murphy
Sung By: Colin Kemball
Unknown: Kate O'Connor
Unknown: John Alldis
Unknown: Rev. Henry Briant
Unknown: Clive Barker
Unknown: Professor Richard Hoggart
Unknown: Ewan McColl
Unknown: Charles Lawson
Produced By: Charles Parker
Unknown: Michael Kustow


by Marie THÉRÈSE FOURNEAU 9.57*10.13*
Reflets dans l'eau
Hommage a Rameau Mouvement


Six fortnightly broadcasts on political, economic, and sociological affairs in Germany today.
3: Is Business Stability Suspect?
Dr. J. K. ZEIDLER , an official of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce who has also worked in Britain, ajgues that although there has been considerable economic success in Federal Germany since the war, financial stability remains a severe problem
Introduced by Uwe KITZINGER
Recorded for the BBC by North German Broadcasting Service Second broadcast
A discussion about party politics and foreign policy: July 15 followed by an interlude at 10.50


Unknown: Dr. J. K. Zeidler
Introduced By: Uwe Kitzinger



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