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A discussion among scientists
Pavlov held that aU behaviour is reflex and that the explanation of all human psychiatric problems is to be found in experiments on animals. In what ways and with what justification have Pavlov's views been superseded?
Chairman: John Cohen , Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology, Manchester
G. P. Meredith , Ph.D. Professor of Psychology, Leeds
R. A. Hinde, D.Phil.
Department of Zoology, Cambridge
F. H. George, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology. Bristol
Anthony Barnett
Department of Zoology, Glasgow


Unknown: John Cohen
Unknown: G. P. Meredith


Netherlands String Quartet:
Nap de Kliin (violin) Jaap Schroder (violin)
Paul Godwin (viola)
Carel Boomkamp (cello)


Violin: Jaap Schroder
Viola: Paul Godwin
Cello: Carel Boomkamp


Lord Harewood
(in a recorded programme) talks about a great Italian baritone who celebrated his seventieth birthday yesterday
Most of the illustrations are taken from Verdi's Falstaff


An Imaginary
Critical Discussion by John Wain
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall


Unknown: John Wain
Produced By: Rayner Heppenstall


Piano Concerto No. 2,
Op. 42
Gerty Herzog (piano)
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Hans Rosbaud
(first broadcast in this country)


Conducted By: Hans Rosbaud

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