40-The Lost Right to Services by J. A. G. Griffith
Reader in English Law in the University of London
Recent decisions of the Court of Appeal have limited the right of an employer to bring an action against one who has injured his employee. This talk illustrates the history and consequences of these decisions.
(The recorded broadcast of February 3)
Illustrated talk by Denis Arnold
The speaker, who has helped to arrange the series of broadcasts beginning. on Saturday at 6.0, discusses Monteverdi's character as revealed in his letters, and some of his views on the nature of music.
A series of six talks 5
-on Being Descended from a Molecule by C. D. Darlington, F.R.S.
Professor of Botany
In the University of Oxford
The speaker discusses how the chemical nature and action of genes provide the basis of the continuity and stability of life while, at the same time, allowing the possibility of genetic and evolutionary changes.
Quintet in E flat, Op. 97 played by the Element Quartet:
Ernest Element (violin) Kenneth Page (violin)
Dorothy Hemming (viola)
Oliver Brookes (cello) with Frank Venton (viola)
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 8)
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