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: THE CONCEPT OF BIOLOGICAL ORGANISATION

by Ernest Baldwin , Ph.D., Professor of Biochemistry at Undversity College, London
In this talk, based en his inaugural lecture at University College, Professor Baldwin discusses what seems to him an inescapable notion, namely a continuity of organisation throughout the entiir range of material objects from molecules through cells and organs to the intact living organism.

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest Baldwin

: Madrigals and Music for Recorders

Cambridge University Madrigal Society
Conductor, Boris Ord
The Taylor Recorder Trio: Christopher Taylor, Richard Taylor, Stanley Taylor

Up, then, Melpomene; Why wail we thus - Kirbye
Since neither tunes of joy - Bennet
The Flute Clock - Haydn
Sorrow consumes me; 0 heavens, what shaU I do - Kirbye
0 grief, where shall poor grief; Let go, why do you stay me? - Bennet

Contributors

Conductor: Boris Ord
Unknown: Christopher Taylor
Unknown: Richard Taylor
Unknown: Stanley Taylor

: Beatrix Lehmann and Godfrey Kenton with Gladys Young in ' A MAN OF GOD'

('Un Homme de Dieu') by Gabriel Marcel
English version by Marjorie Gabain
Adaptation and production by E. J. King Bull

Contributors

Unknown: Gabriel Marcel
Unknown: Marjorie Gabain
Megal: Roger Delgado
Osimonde Lemoyne: Jeanette Treg-Artihen
Edmée Lemoyne: Beatrix Lehmann
Madame Lemoyne: Gladys Young
Jacques Lemoyne: Godfrey Kenton
Dr Francis Lemoyne: David Markham
Michel Sandier: Michael Hordern
Fred Junod: Douglas Blackwell
Félicie: Denise Bryer
Mademoiselle Aubonneau: Ella Milne
Little: René Denisebryer

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Louis Kentner I piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
Part 1

Contributors

Leader: Paul Beard
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: A NOVELIST TO HIS READERS

A second talk by Henry Green
Some weeks ago in the Third Programme Henry Green gave a talk on conversation as a narrative device. He now speaks of the way novelists superimpose one scene on another, or telescope two scenes into one, in order to obtain substance and depth.

Contributors

Talk By: Henry Green

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Part 2
Another performance of this symphony tomorrow (all Home Services except Scottish)

: ALEXANDER POPE

' Eloisa to Abelard read by Selma Vaz Dias
Extracts from ' The Dunciad ' and ' The Rape of the Lock ' read by Peter Bathurst

Contributors

Read By: Selma Vaz Dias
Read By: Peter Bathurst

: SONGS BY DUPARC

Richard Lewis (tenor)
Ernest Lush (piano)
L'invitation au voyage Elegie
La vie anterieure
Chanson triste
Serenade florentine
Phidyle

Contributors

Tenor: Richard Lewis
Piano: Ernest Lush

: EXCHANGE OF IDEAS

Some comments on the recent
International Universities Conference at Nice by Eric Ashlby , Vice-Chancellor of the Queen's University, Belfast
In December an International Conference of Universities was held at Nice under the auspices of UNESCO. In this talk Dr. Ashby, who was one of six vice-chancellors in the British delegation, comments on some of the issues raised at the Conference and gives his impressions of the intellectual atmosphere in which it was held.
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 8)

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Ashlby








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