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by Sir GAVIN de BEER , F.R.S,
From an analysis of his writings, Sir Gavin de Beer describes how Darwin's own ideas on evolution changed from the time he opened his first Notebooks as a young man till he wrote his Autobiography at sixty-seven

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Gavin de Beer

A comic opera in one act
Music by SAINT-SAENS
Libretto by Louis Gallet sung in French
Chorus and Orchestre Lyrique of Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise
Conducted by PIERRE DERVAUX
Recording made available by courtesy of R.T.F,
See page 26

Contributors

Unknown:
Louis Gallet
Unknown:
Orchestre Lyrique
Conducted By:
Pierre Dervaux
Lena:
Nadine Sautereau
Kornelis:
Michel Senechal

A play for radio by ZBIGNIEV HERBERT
A young couple are waiting for an old woman to die so that they can have her room. This brief and bitter satire on the behaviour of human beings ' under pressure ' is by one of the leading poets of modern Poland
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Zbigniev Herbert
Produced By:
Christopher Holme
He:
Bill Horsley
She:
Pauline Wynn

A monthly programme in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared BERNARD KEEFFE discusses interpretations of Mozart's Symphony No. 49 in G minor recorded by Beecham,
Furtwangler Toscanini , Bruno Walter and others
Paul Hamburger on Beethoven's Piano Sonata in D minor, Op. 31 No. 2: Sept. 20

Contributors

Unknown:
Furtwangler Toscanini
Unknown:
Bruno Walter
Unknown:
Paul Hamburger

Third Programme

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