John Milton by J. W. N. Watkins
Reader in the History of Philosophy in the University of London
Milton was a man possessed by an idea. He never changed or compromised it.
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 29)
Robespierre, by Maurice Hutt :
Written by a court lady of eleventh-century Japan Newlv translated and adapted for broadcasting by Geoffrey Bownas The music composed and played by Yuize Shinichi (koto)
Produced by Terence Tiller with Judy Bailey , Olive Gregg
Oliver Burt , Denis Goacher and Carleton Hobbs
A discussion between
Lecturer in Sociology at the London School of Economics and Hilde Himmelweit
Reader in Social and Industrial Psychology at the London School of Economics
The publication last December of the Nuffield Foundation's report, ' Television and the Child ', focussed attention on the questionnaire techniques which have come, in recent years, to revolutionise the age-old study of man in society. Dr. Birnbaum and Dr. Himmelweit debate how far the new techniques supplement, and how far they supplant, the traditional intuitions and historical comparisons of social scientists.
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