A comedy by Alain-Rene Lesage
Translated by W. S. Merwin with music by Alan Paul Produced by R. D. Smith
Details as Tuesday 8.50
DURING THE INTERVAL (6.5-6.15 app.): A gramophone record of movements from Rameau's Concert en Sextuor, No. 6: Oiseau-Lyre Orchestral Ensemble, conducted by Louis de Froment
by Abdus Salam , Ph.D.
Professor of Applied Mathematics,
Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington
Professor Salam speaks about current attempts in physics to understand the behaviour and intrinsic nature of the sixteen elementary particles from which all matter is made. He suggests that clues to their interpretation are to be found in space and time concepts.
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