Introduced by Brian Reece.
[Starring] Eddie Kelland-Espinosa, Anne De Nys and John Ridley, Anna Chadwick,
Karinska and Vadie, Nat Allen and his Orchestra
Nat Allen and his
A television version of this year's Faraday lecture on atomic energy by T. E. Allibone, D.SC., Ph.D., M.I.E.E.
The Faraday lecture, one of the most popular of Britain's scientific lectures, is arranged annually by the I.E.E., and is designed to appeal to the layman.
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