Catholic laity from Hexham and Newcastle diocese are to feature in a new Tyne-Tees television programme called "It's my belief". It will be run on an epilogue system and those taking part will include the president of the Superior Council of Britain's S.V.P., a girl factory worker, a field marshal, a schoolmaster, an approved schools welfare officer, and university lecturers. The laywomen are Miss R. Cramp, a lecturer at Durham University, and Miss P. Charlton, a machinist in a large tailoring factory and an active Y.C.W. member. Among the men are Alderman W. F. Edge, a welfare officer from Durham City, where he was a former mayor; Dr. P. Fothergill, 56-year-old senior lecturer in Botany at Newcastle University and author of several books, and Field Marshal Sir Francis Festing, of Northumberland. The series will open on November 23 and Mr. Leo Edgar, _LP., president of the Superior Council of the S.V.P., will give the first three talks. Another layman, Mr. Austin Kane, was first headmaster of Britain's first Catholic technical school—St. Mary's, Newcastle. He is now head at St. Joseph's grammar and technical school at Hebburn-on-Tyne.
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New TV series for Tyne-Tees
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