by E. J. Ambrose of the Biophysics Group,
Chester Beatty Research Institute
Dr. Ambrose and his colleagues have been studying the surface properties of cancer cells by means of a new kind of microscope-the interference microscope. In this talk he speaks about the results obtained and speculates about their possible significance.
London Harpsichord Ensemble:
John Francis (flute) Joy Boughton (oboe)
Trevor Williams (violin)
Kelly Isaacs (violin)
Ambrose Gauntlett (viola da gamba)
Millicent Silver (harpsichord)
The last of three programmes
Of music by Rameau and Vivaldi
A new translation by George D. Painter of the farce by Andre Gide
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Produced by Michael Bakewell
DURING THEINTERVAL (9.25-9.35 app.):
Quintet in C played by the French Wind Quintet on a gramophone record
Veronica, his wife:
Julius de Baraglioul:
Marguerite, his wife:
Genevieve, their daughter:
Comte Juste-Agfinor de Baraglioul:
Comtesse Valentine de Saint-Prix:
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