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Louis Kentner (piano)
Scottish National Orchestra
(Leader, Thomas Matthews )
Conductor, Hans Swarowsky
Part 1


Piano: Louis Kentner
Leader: Thomas Matthews
Conductor: Hans Swarowsky


by Harry Johnson
Professor of Economic Theory In the University of Manchester
Professor Johnson believes that the central economic issue of the moment is that of reconciling price stability with economic growth. He considers how far the proposals put forward by Andrew Shonneld in his recent book British Economic Policy since the War are likely to achieve this end.


Unknown: Harry Johnson
Unknown: Andrew Shonneld


Part 2


A discussion among scientists
Stress and Strain
What happens in the human or animal body when it is subjected to abnormal stresses such as great altitude or intense cold?
0. G. Edholm , M.B., B.S. Medical Research Council,
Division of Human Physiology
R. K. Macpherson , M.SC., M.D.
Medical Research Council,
Division of Human Physiology
A. S. Parkes , C.B.E., F.R.S.
Medical Research Council,
National Institute for Medical Research
J. E. Cotes, B.M., M.R.C.P. Medical Research Council,
Pneumoconiosis Research Unit
Llandough Hospital, Penarth and Squadron-Leader J. Ernsting , O.B.E. R.A.F. Institute of Aviation Medicine, Farnborough


Unknown: G. Edholm
Unknown: R. K. MacPherson
Unknown: S. Parkes
Unknown: Squadron-Leader J. Ernsting


The Elizabethan Singers Conductor, Louis Halsey
Fifth of six programmes
The last programme in this series, on June 24, will consist of Orff's Calulli Carmina and Dallapiccola's Canti di prigionia.


Conductor: Louis Halsey

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