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by John Dalby played on the Samuel Green Organ of 1778 in St. Mary's Church, Carden Place, Aberdeen
Samuel Green (1740-1796) built organs, many of which still survive, for churches all over the British Isles, as well as in St. Petersburg and in Kingston, Jamaica.
The Two Pieces for a Samuel Green Organ were written for this recital.


John Dalby

A weekly programme about work in the world of science
Hue and Eye
The Deception of Colour by R. A. Weale , D.SC. of the Medical Research Council Ophthalmological Research Unit
When we use paint we expect green to look green and red to look red. Similarly, we expect colour photographs to give us ' the true colours.' The various forms of colour reproduction are related to how we think colours are seen, and there are several theories that try to explain our reactions. Dr. Weale discusses these and also some of the ways in which we can get an impression of colour when in fact it is not there.


R. A. Weale

For those interested in French life and language
11 — Some Modern Novelists with the recorded voices of Colette. Jean Giono and St. Exupery
The programmes are presented by Jacques Brunius. who introduces the subject in English, and comments in French and English on points of special difficulty or interest
Devised and produced by Elsie Ferguson
A forty-page pamphlet giving background material and illustrations, with extracts from some of the more difficult texts quoted, can be obtained, price Is. 6d., through newsagents and booksellers or by sending a crossed postal order for Is. 6d. (not stamps, please) to [address removed]


Presented By:
Jacques Brunius.
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson

Network Three

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