At this evening's meeting in Manchester, members of the public take part in a free and spontaneous exchange of views on this controversial question of the day with Donald Kaberry, M.P. (Conservative), The Rt. Hon. Hugh Gaitskell, M.P. (Labour), Joseph Grimond, M.P. (Liberal)
In the chair, John Nicholson, Principal of the University College of Hull
Rt. Hon. Hugh Gaitskell,
An experiment in organised chaos.
[Starring] Michael Bentine, Peter Sellers, Leslie Mitchell, Leslie Randall, Peter Butterworth, Graham Stark with Jack Hayes, John Vivienne, Clementina Stuart, Ann Hayes.
Devised and written by Michael Bentine and Jimmy Grafton.
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Three programmes showing how much the human body can stand, and how science can extend the narrow range of physical conditions in which life is possible. Dr. Stephen Taylor, with the help of specialists, shows the reaction of the body to changes of temperature experienced in Arctic cold and tropical heat.
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