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by Alex Comfort , Ph.D. Nuffield Research Fellow at University College, London
These two biologists, each in his turn, dealt a severe blow to the human self-estimate: but their work has more in common than that. Their theories are, in fact, complementary.

Contributors

Unknown:
Alex Comfort

Mass: Se la face ay pale
Peter Graeme (oboe)
Edward Selwyn (cor anglais)
Deirdre Dundas-Grant (bassoon)
Barry Rose (chamber organ)
Pro Musica Sacra
Conductor, Bruno Turner
Beeond of three programmes devised and introduced by Denis Stevens Occasional Music: September 17

Contributors

Oboe:
Peter Graeme
Oboe:
Edward Selwyn
Bassoon:
Deirdre Dundas-Grant
Bassoon:
Barry Rose
Conductor:
Musica Sacra
Conductor:
Bruno Turner
Introduced By:
Denis Stevens

by Bernard Malamud
Read by Sam Wanamaker
'Though he tried not to think of it, at twenty-nine Tommy Castelli's life was a screaming bore.' His life, lived in a sweet shop, was also a prison. This is the story of his attempt to warn a little girl away from the prison's doors.

Contributors

Author:
Bernard Malamud
Reader:
Sam Wanamaker

Reflections on the pattern of power in West Africa by Peter Worsley , Ph.D.
Lecturer in Sociology in the University of Hull
The newly independent countries of Africa have shown striking tendencies towards a one-party system of government, even where they have retained democratic procedures. Many Western observers ascribe it, in alarm, to totalkarian-minded leaders or, at best, political immaturity.
Dr. Worsley, speaking especially of believes that the prime and compelling cause lies in social changes, and that these are cf the kind we cannot elucidate by our concepts of ' class.'

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Worsley

Third Programme

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