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Some scientific concepts in perspective
4: Instinct by ANTHONY BARNETT
Department of Zoology, University of Glasgow
In the past. insHnet' has come in the province of philosophers and moralists. Today it belongs to zoology and experimental psychology. What advance in understanding can we claim from this vhange?

by Barry Bermange with Marius Goring
I am an employee of twenty years' standing-a business man, from the world of solid things, of real conclusive object* — and all this is alien to me, it is a pole apart, it is the opposite of that which I know, and that which I know and this do not equate. they do not reconcile. I question my presence here. I answer: " All is not well." '
The Victim Marius Goring
The Guide Denys HAWTHORNE
First Caller Richard BEBB
Second Caller.PETER Claughton
Produced by JOHN GIBSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Bermange
Unknown:
Marius Goring
Unknown:
Marius Goring
Unknown:
Denys Hawthorne
Produced By:
John Gibson

Patricia Clark (soprano) THELMA GODFREY (soprano) JEAN ALLISTER (contralto) Edgar Fleet (tenor)
FREDERICK WESTCOTT (baritone) David READ (bass)
BERYL WOOD (Welsh harp) Marylin WAILES (bells)
RICHARD POPPLEWELL (organ)
Ambrosian CONSORT
Directed by Rov JESSON
From St. Paul's Cathedral,
London
Early in the Middle Ages the Easter Mass began to include a trope-a non-liturgical addition to the text-in which the Marys speak with the Angel at the tomb. Moved to Easter Matins, this became an extended Resurrection drama, of which Visitatio Sepulchri (found in a 13th-century Ms) is probably the finest example.

Contributors

Soprano:
Patricia Clark
Soprano:
Thelma Godfrey
Contralto:
Jean Allister
Harp:
Marylin Wailes
Directed By:
Rov Jesson
Unknown:
Visitatio Sepulchri

by JOHN STREET
In the first of two talks Mr. Street puts forward his claim that William Shenstone. influenced by contemporary poets, was the true author of the English landscape garden.
Readings by James McKeehnie
Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
William Shenstone.
Unknown:
James McKeehnie

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