A series of weekly talks on the countries of Europe. Tonight John Ridley talks about Spain-the first talk on that country in the series ' In Europe Today'
He describes social conditions in that country, about which so little has been heard since the end of the civit war in 1D39, and relates them to conditions in the rest of Europe, of which Spain is still an integral part
A weekly programme about work in the world of science
The Physical Society Exhibition
For over thirty years the Physical Society has held an important exhibition of recent scientific inventions and discoveries. In Science Survey this week the Chairman of the Exhibition Committee, Professor G. I. Finch , M.B.E.. F.R.S., introduces several speakers who describe the outstanding events at this year's exhibition
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