ACOMMITTEE of 30 from all over Britain was set up last weekend to spread the Look-Listen movement.
The movement, organised by the Catholic Centre for Radio, Television and Cinema, consists of groups• ssho meet regularly in homes and schools to watch television programmes together than discuss them.
The aim is to sharpen the critical sense of Catholic viewers. Groups evaluate programmes from various points of view—art, morals and technical skill.
The national secretary of the committee is Miss Pauline Groves, of London. Other officers are Mrs. L. Stollery, of Felixstowe. Mr. J. Baber, of Southampton, Mr. Frank Roc, of Falkirk. Mrs. Agnes Keane, of Cardiff, Mr. L. Pennington, of Birn-tingham, and Bro. Austin Henry, vocations director of the Brothers of Christian Schools.
New YCS secretary
MR. MAURICE WALSH, of
Manchester, is the second
Englishman to become secretary Of the European branch of the Young its 24. is a former Chmrisr.tiwanalSsthu who Students. Mr. in singing and drama at the Royal Manchester College of Music. lie will spend most of his time in Paris and be responsible for co-ordinating the work of Young Christian Students throughout Europe.