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: The Younger Generation SUCH IS LIFE

What is Liberalism?
Two young people, Sheila Hamp ton and Nicholas Fenn , question Graham Hutton , writer and exponent of Liberalism, on the ideas and ideals underlying his political point of view
Chairman, Bruce Miller
Professor of Politics,
University of Leicester

Contributors

Unknown: Sheila Hamp
Unknown: Nicholas Fenn
Unknown: Graham Hutton
Unknown: Bruce Miller

: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

The programme includes an illustrated review of the Oxford Easy Anthem Book and a report on the Mission in Camber-well.
Illustrations by the Exeter Elizabethan Singers directed by Cecil Cope

Contributors

Directed By: Cecil Cope

: KNOW YOUR ATOM

by C. F. Powell , F.R.S.
In this series of four programmes
C. F. Powell , Professor of Physics in the University of Bristol, talks to a group of laymen about the structure of the atom, the fusion process, the fission process, and the production and use of nuclear energy.
3-The Fission Process
Diagram of an atomic power plant
The essence of the process is that when a nucleus of uranium 235 is split by a neutron, energy is released, and at the same time it emits roughly two more neutrons which in turn split two more nuclei, emitting four neutrons to split four more nuclei, and so on; this is called the chain reaction.
Professor Powell begins with a recapitulation of the fusion process-the expected source of power for the rest of time-and goes on to explain and discuss the fission process-the source of power for the immediate future.

Contributors

Unknown: C. F. Powell
Unknown: C. F. Powell

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