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of the 16th and 17th centuries
New English Consort:
Marylin Wailes (treble recorder)
Edward Selwyn (oboe)
Archie Camden (bassoon).
Edith Lake (viola da gamba) Dorothy Erhart (harpsichord)

Contributors

Unknown:
Marylin Wailes
Oboe:
Edward Selwyn
Bassoon:
Archie Camden
Viola:
Edith Lake
Harpsichord:
Dorothy Erhart

A Village in North Wales
Many of the original inhabitants have gone away. In this programme Philip O'Connor talks with the few who have remained and with newcomers like himself
Produced by David Thomson

Contributors

Talks:
Philip O'Connor
Produced By:
David Thomson

Some limitations of the early Royal Society by Michael Hoskin , Ph.D.
Lecturer In History and Philosophy of Science in the University of Cambridge How valuable an institution did the early Royal Society prove to be? How does its record compare with the French Academic? Why did it have to struggle so hard for survival in an age of genius?
Dr. D. O. Martin writes on page 2

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Hoskin
Unknown:
Dr. D. O. Martin

Third Programme

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