In October Mr. Huxley paid his first visit to this country for eleven years. He was interviewed by John Davenport, who questioned him about his latest book ' Ape and Essence,' his opinion on atomic and bacteriological warfare, his visit to Italy, and the work he was doing there on his new book.
1925 by Stephen Potter
In this new neries-a kind of personal scrapbook-men and women of our time re-live a year in their own lives. Public events are recalled, but as a background to personal experience.
' I choose 1925,' says Stephen Potter ,
'to remember the more caustic London circles of the mid-twenties and their effect on tha half-fledged student who had thought life was more simple '
Production by Stephen Potter and Douglas Cleverdon
Second of four concerts of music from his operas, prepared by Anthony Lewis. Script by Geoffrey Dunn
' Sosarme ': Act 2
(Continued in next column)
Arnold Goldsbrough (harpsichord)
The Boyd Neel Orchestra
Conducted by Anthony Lewis ' Lotario/ Aet 1: December 12
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