Dr. Talbot conducts daily a widely heard verse-by-verse Bible teaching radio program. Over one of the large networks a Biola Gospel program is heard three times weekly. This broadcast reaches listeners in the five Western States and in Western Canada. Local conferences in churches are also promoted, both evangelistic and Bible-instruc­ tional in nature. Each summer a number of Biola students form teams and tour various sections of the country. These teams are available for meetings in many sections. Another Extension ministry is the printed page. The King's Business, a monthly magazine, is the official publication of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles which reaches many thousands of earnest readers. The Department promotes the printing and distribu­ tion of other sound Christian literature, and by means of the radio a large amount of literature finds its way into the homes of interested people. STUDENT RADIO MINISTRY ACCENT ON YOUTH, a half-hour student-alumni broadcast organized August 23, 1947, may be heard over the local station, KXLA, 7 :30 Saturday nights. Other stations carrying the program by transcription are located in Minneapolis, Minnesota; San Bernardino, California; Quito, Ecuador, South America; Manila, Philippine Islands. The continuity of the program centers around some particular theme each week. Participating students are chosen from the Broadcasting class and from the student body, and from the alumni. HEADLINES AND HARMONIES is a half-hour workshop of the Gospel Broad­ casting IV class. It can be heard over local station, KGER, at one o'clock on Saturdays. Its continuity consists of local news with spiritual application, young people's program ideas, and a hymn story.


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