A group of three talks l—Relativistic Theories by W. B. Bonnor, Ph.D . Queen Elizabeth College,
University of London
Dr. Bonnor describes what cosmological theories based on relativity have to say about the history of the universe. He argues that these theories are superior to the steady state theory, to be discussed by Professor Hermann Bondi on August 8.
A Dockside Eclogue by Peter Everett
The music arranged and composed by A. L. Lloyd and Freddie Phillips and played by Freddie Phillips (guitar)
Produced by Terence Tiller
Quartet No. 1, in C, Op. 49
Quintet for piano and strings. Op. 57 played by the Aeolian String Quartet: Sydney Humphreys (violin)
Trevor Williams (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola) Derek Simpson (cello)
James Gibb (piano) .
The first of six programme! of instrumental music by Shostakovich, including the six string quartets.
5-Myth and Cosmology
D J. FURLEY , Reader in Greek and Latin at University College, London, considers the relationship between the theories of the earliest Greek philosophers and myths about the origin of the world in Greece and the Near East.
(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 5)
The Originality of the Greek City-State, by M. I. Finley: August 7
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