A group of three talk"
2-The Steady State Theory by Hermann Bondi, F.R.S.
Professor of Applied Mathematics m the University of London
Last week Dr. Bonnor gave the first of these three talks. He argued that relativistic theories are superior to the steady state theory. Tonight Professor Bondi puts the other side of the case.
A study by Patric Dickinson of the influence of John Keats on the life and work of Wilfred Owen (1893-1918)
Much of the material is taken from unpublished letters and poems of Wilfred Owen made available for this programme by his brother, Mr. Harold Owen.
Poems and prose of Wilfred Owen read by Marius Goring with Leigh Crutchlev. Denis Goacher
Godfrey Kenton , Malcolm Hayes
Peter Wilde , Gabriel Woolf
An impression of a sad shift in South Wales mores by Gwyn Thomas
The Workmen's Institutes in South W:iles were once a tremendous sounding-board for the militant dialectic, but the rise to power of the drinking club' that genial but witless trough '—has brought about a change. The speaker's impressions of this change are based on certain events at the Birchtown Institute, an imaginary but representative venue.
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