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The Brains Trust: Transatlantic edition


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The Brains Trust meets this evening to answer your questions.

In New York - Henry A. Kissinger, A.J. Ayer
In London - Dr. J. Bronowski, Richard E. Neustadt
Chairman, Norman Fisher
Recorded simultaneously on videotape in London and New York
New York facilities by courtesy of N.B.C. Inc. New York

A sound recording of this programme can be heard in the Home Service on Sunday at 4.15 (not Welsh)


Panellist (New York): Henry A. Kissinger
Panellist (New York): A.J. Ayer
Panellist (London): Dr. J. Bronowski
Panellist (London): Richard E. Neustadt
Chairman: Norman Fisher
Producer: John Furness

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