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by Rayner Heppenstall
Second of a group of three imaginary conversations illustrating changes of belief and attitude in our time.
The scene is Roger Post-Mayhew's flat in Bloomsbury. Godfrey and young Nicholas Plant are expected.

Contributors

Writer/Producer:
Rayner Heppenstall
Roger Post-Mayhew:
Geoffrey Wincott
John Godfrey:
Ronald Baddiley
Nicholas Plant:
Charles Hodgson
Deirdre Fleisch:
Lydia Sherwood

A discussion between
John Kennedy and James Beament both of the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge
Dr. Beament challenges Dr. Kennedy's belief that there are laws unique to Natural History, which can only be uncovered by field experiments. Rather, he attributes the decline of Natural History to the reluctance of naturalists to use mathematics.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Kennedy
Unknown:
James Beament

Third Programme

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