Page 7, 18th December 1964

18th December 1964
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Films

By Freda Bruce Lockhart W ALT DISNEY productions have long been the object of gratitude from parents and other grown-ups liable to he concerned with entertainment of the young.......

First Impressions . . . And Second Thoughts

Being the last pages of Fr. BERNARD BASSET'S "Pilgrim's Notebook" 'JERE I ant, hack in balmy 1 1 Bournemouth. my heart and head both bursting with first impressions and second......

A Tribute To Dame Edith Sitwell Neville Braybrooke Writes:

LAST WHIT MONDAY driving back from St. Alban's there was a traffic block on the crest of Hampstead Heath. Crowds swarmed on the pavement opposite the Whitestone Pond and round......

Theatre

By 'PROMPTER' A short column this week, mostly because there is so little of importance to say about the new theatrical offerings. Jack Poplewell's new comedythriller thriller......

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NIKODIM Louis; and he was delighted to hear from me that Archbishop Heenan was to visit Moscow. Among the youngest of the Russian Bishops, he gives the immediate and strong......

Radio & Tv

By James Graham T HAT resounding flop Not so much a Programme made its unpredictable reaction to falling public interest last Sunday with an attack on religion. Programmes like......