Talk by J. C. R. Dow of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research
Mr. Dow believes that many criticisms of economic policy imply an illusory faith in the Government's ability to manage the economy perfectly.
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 6)
An opera in two acts with a prologue
Libretto by Nancy Bush
Music by Alan Bush
(Also broadcast on Sunday)
The edge of a forest in Kent: May 1381'
Scene 1: Maidstone market-place, early June
Scene 2: A room in Tyler's cottage near
Maidstone, the same evening
Scene 3: Maidstone market-place, a week later, early in the morning
Talk by Colin Cherry
Reader in Telecommunications in the Imperial College of Science and Technology
The purpose of brain models is to represent in a precise manner certain behavioural aspects of the brain, such as recognition, classification, conditioned reflexes, and learning. How far has this been achieved, and what is the next step?
Second of three talks
Scene 1: A room in the Tower of London, a few days later
Scene 2: An open field at Smithfield, three days later
Scene 3: Outside Westminster Abbey, at the end of June
William Mann writes on page 4
by Hugh MacDiarmid
An extract from the poem edited and introduced by Alexander Scott
Readers: James Crampsey Tom Fleming , Ian Gilmour Lennox Milne. George Main
Music composed by Cedric Thorpe Davie
Produced by George Bruce
Talk by Hugh MacDiarmid : Dec. 18 A reading of his poems: December 19
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