Page 9, 3rd March 1967

3rd March 1967
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Master Of The Just Possible

By H. R. F. KEATING F OR the past week or two - 11 - . Danger Man has been back on our screens, providing a long-sought opportunity for examiners in English Literature to......

Exhilarating 'new Wave'

by FREDA BRUCE LOCKHART AMONG the multitudinous awards with which Yesterday Girl ("X." Paris-Pullman) arrives bedecked like a champion show-beast, one is the 0.C.I.C.......

1623 Under Critic's Eye

By Iris Corday B RYAN LITTLE set himself quite a task when he planned to write an architectural survey of all postreformation Catholic churches built in England and Wales from......

Prelate Says 'goo'

A CCORDING to Sir Compton MacKenzie in the latest volume of his autobiography, My Life and Times: Octave Six 1923-30 (Chatto & Windus, 35s.), a very funny thing happened to the......

Why Not Treat Patients As People?

by PAULA DAVIES WHY is it that when you go to hospital either as an out-patient or in-patient —you are often treated as a half-wit? Why is it that doctors and nurses talk over......

Going Away

Muckross Abbey AMONG COUNTLESS exciting discoveries in Southern Eire the most exquisite is Muckross. This I0,000-acre sanctuary, enfolding most of the land which has made......

Films

steadiness with which both director and his actress-sister hold the focus on her past, on this clean-cut slice of yesterday. The film's German title was A bschied von Gestern,......