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Short story by Evan S. Connell, Jnr.
Read by Sam Wanamaker.
'In Peru a female condor was staked inside a wooden cage. Every so often a male bird would get into this trap and would then be sold to a zoo or a niuseum. One of these captured condors, however, was sold to an American, J. D. Botkin, of Parallel, Kansas....'
(The recorded broadcast of July 15)

followed by an Interlude at 8.45 app.

Contributors

Writer:
Evan S. Connell, Jnr.
Reader:
Sam Wanamaker

by Anthony Barnett of the Zoology Department, University of Glasgow.
The results of experiments on animals that have been handled-or gentled, as the saying is-are often markedly different from those obtained from non-gentled animals. Mr. Barnett speculates about these differences and the role of the skin in causing them.
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Speaker:
Anthony Barnett

Third Programme

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