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by Dan Lewis, F.R.S., Professor of Botany, University College, London.
It is a matter of common observation that there are many kinds of adaptations that are induced in an individual as a response to environment. How are these to be interpreted by geneticists?
The two books discussed by Professor Lewis are Natural Selection and Heredity by Philip Sheppard and The Strategy of the Genes by C. H. Waddington.
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Contributors

Speaker:
Dan Lewis

compared with an actor's: Vernon Watkins and William Devlin with James Reeves.
In three previous broadcasts C. Day Lewis, Robert Graves, and George Barker read their own poems and compared their readings with an actor's.
In this programme Vernon Watkins and William Devlin take part in a similar experiment. After recording their readings of Two Decisions and Griefs of the Sea by Vernon Watkins, they meet to discuss their interpretations with James Reeves.
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Contributors

Reader/interviewee:
Vernon Watkins
Reader/interviewee:
William Devlin
Interviewer:
James Reeves

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