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Issue No. 2346

God’s Revolution

This classic 12-part radio drama of the English Civil War begins with the victory of the New Model Army in 1647.

As master carpenter and soldier in god’s army, John Church says, “there’s never been an army like this one, to make all things new.”

Now the struggle begins for what kind of world they have won.

Episode one is available on iPlayer until 30 March.

Written by Don Taylor, BBC Radio 4 Extra

www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer


Alfred Russel Wallace in the Amazon: the making of a naturalist

Alfred Russel Wallace was in his lifetime the world’s most famous naturalist.

He was also a socialist, campaigned against imperialism and came up with a theory of natural selection.

Dr Sandra Knapp will discuss Wallace’s trip to the Amazon and his experience of the land and people that contributed to his future work.

Free but must be booked. Natural History Museum, London,www.nhm.ac.uk


Science Shows explores the solar system

Interactive sciences shows will be exploring the solar system, looking at the differences between the planets.

You’ll find out the strange things that happen when you visit outer planets!

2-5 April, Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre, Cheshire, Tickets £7/£5, ages 5+

www.Jodrellbank.net


Congratulations to competition winner

The winner of the Ken Loach competition (Socialist Worker, 16 March) is Mick Goodman. He gets two tickets to see Spirit of ’45.

Thanks to everyone who took part.


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Thu 28 Mar 2013, 13:04 GMT
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