Professor E. N. da C. Andrade, F.R.S. , explains the importance of the principle, formulated by Heisenberg, which lays down certain limits beyond which accuracy of measurement cannot, in the nature of things, be pushed; and discusses its scientific and philosophic implications
A portrait of Sir John Suckling
Poet and Cavalier
Written and produced by , Douglas Cleverdon
Songs transcribed by him from contemporary song-books, arranged by Elizabeth Poston and sung by Rene Soames (tenor), with John Wills (harpsichord) and the Zorian String Quartet
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