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: CONTEMPORARY PIANO TRIOS

The Neaman Trio

: THEORIES OF THE UNIVERSE

A group of three talks
3-An Electric Universe by R. A. Lyttleton , F.R.S. Stokes Lecturer in Mathematics in the University of Cambridge
Dr. Lyttleton starts from the realisation that there is no experimental evidence for absolute numerical equality in the charge on the electron and proton. He assumes, in fact, that they are not precisely equal and from this develops a new theory.

Contributors

Unknown: R. A. Lyttleton , F.R.S.

: ITALIAN SONGS

Irma Kolassi (mezzo-soprano)
Rex Stephens (piano)

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Irma Kolassi
Piano: Rex Stephens

: LIONS AND WATER WAGTAILS

by Barbara Wootton
Lady Wootton believes that in the long run scientific techniques will be as successful in resolving social problems as they have been in the physical and biological sciences; but, in the meantime, there are many difficulties to overcome and ill-founded generalisations to discard.

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Wootton

: MUSIC OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

Richard Adeney (flute)
Terence Weil (cello)
Charles Spinks (harpsichord)
The Hurwitz Chamber Ensemble
Director and solo violin,
Emanuel Hurwitz

Contributors

Flute: Richard Adeney
Cello: Terence Weil
Harpsichord: Charles Spinks
Violin: Emanuel Hurwitz

: JANACEK'S OPERAS

Talk by Desmond Shawe-Taylor
The illustrations, on gramophone records, include excerpts from Jenufa, The Cunning Little Vixen, The Makropoulos Affair, and From the House of the Dead.

Contributors

Talk By: Desmond Shawe-Taylor

: BEN JONSON

A selection of his poems
Read by June
Tobin Robert Marsden , David Spenser

Contributors

Unknown: Tobin Robert Marsden
Unknown: David Spenser

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