Presto (Symphony in D); First Movement of Sonata in F minor (Carl Philip Emanuel Bach, 1714-1788)
Allegro moderato (Quartet No. 4)
(Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, 1732-1795)
Rondo (Concerto in C, for harpsichord); Quintet No. 6 in D, for flute, oboe, violin, viola, and cello; Sinfonia in B flat (Overture, Lucio SiHa) (Joliann Christian Bach, 1735-1782) on gramophone records
2—'Industrial Organisation and the Will to Work '
Sir George Schuster looks at our present economic situation and comments on some of the points made by Lord Brand in an earlier talk
Sir George Schuster is director of a number of banks and chairman of several large firms of retail distributors; he was chairman of the Cotton Working Party, and has long experience of financial affairs at home, in Egypt, and in India
Talk by C. R. Harington , Ph.D., F.R.S., Director of the National Institute for Medical Research
The association of chemistry with medicine goes back to the days of the alchemists, and between the alchemistic times and the present day the inter-relationship has fluctuated between a close and fruitful association and almost complete neglect.
With the development of modern chemistry the association has once again grown closer, particularly during the present century, and few major advances are now possible in medicine without some contribution from the research chemist.
In this talk Dr. Harington traces the history of the early relationships between chemistry and medicine, and illustrates modern developments by examples of the outstanding contributions that chemistry has made to the advance of medicine.
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