by C. F. Powell , F.R.S.,
Professor of Physics in the University of Bristol
This is the first of two talks in which
Professor Powell reviews the present state of our knowledge of mesons, dealing particularly with discoveries made this year.
Max Beloff , Reader in the Comparative Study of Institutions at Oxford University, reviews Sir Charles Webster 's latest work, The Foreign Policy of Palmerston 1830-1841, which is a study of Britain, the Liberal movement, and the eastern question
Luigi Pirandello's play ' Lazzaro ' by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Mary Hope Allen
Cast, in order of speaking:
Deodata, Lia's governess:
Cico, God's rent-collector:
Gionni, a doctor of medicine:
Sara, Diego's former wife:
Arcadipane, a farm bailiff:
Il Marra, a lawyer:
Tanotto and Michele, Sara's children by Arcadipane:
In Search of Neutrality Second of two talks by Tom Hopkinson
The speaker, who has recently returned from a first visit to Finland, gives his impressions of the political scene and 'of life in Helsinki, the capital.
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