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: THE NEW FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES

Three talks by O. R. Frisch , F.R.S. Jacksonian Professor of Natural Philosophy
In the University of Cambridge
2—The ' Strange ' Particles
In his first talk Professor Frisch described some of the thirty or so fundamental particles with which an understanding of the scheme of nature is built up.
Sixteen of the new particles that have come to light during the past ten years or so have such strange and complex properties that they have been nicknamed ' the strange particles.' This talk describes some of the devices by which these particles--or rather, their tracks-are made visible, the ways in which they are made artificially with the help of accelerators, and the logical pattern in which they arrange themselves.

Contributors

Unknown: O. R. Frisch

: '...AND BARLEY RIGS'

by Jessie Kesson
An impression of a way of life, of a man derived from it, and of his particular problem.
Others taking part:
Jane Cowan , Agnes Dundas Sheila Law , Patricia Leckie
Eileen McCallum
William Gavin , John Mearns
Robert Milne. Douglas Murchie and Logie Still
Produced by James Crampsey

Contributors

Unknown: Jessie Kesson
Unknown: Jane Cowan
Unknown: Agnes Dundas
Unknown: Sheila Law
Unknown: Patricia Leckie
Unknown: Eileen McCallum
Unknown: William Gavin
Unknown: John Mearns
Unknown: Robert Milne.
Unknown: Douglas Murchie
Unknown: Logie Still
Produced By: James Crampsey
Narrator: Iain Cuthbertson
Hugh Riddle: Bryden Murdoch
His Father: Allan Armstrong
His Mother: Erne Morrison
His Wife: Irene Galloway

: SCHUBERT

Use Wolf (soprano) Martin Isepp (piano)
Im Fruhling; Der Jungling und der Tod; AbendrOthe; Vom Mitleiden Maria; Auf dem Wasser zu singen; Du bist die Ruh'; Seligkeit
First of three programmes of songs by Schubert

Contributors

Soprano: Use Wolf
Piano: Martin Isepp
Unknown: Vom Mitleiden

: THE GENTLE ART OF MAKING VOTERS

There were some noticeable distinctions of technique in the recent General Election as between the Conservative and Labour parties in the tactics they employed to win votes.
In this programme DAVID BUTLER ,
Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, and author of books on recent British elections, comments on his recorded interviews with VISCOUNT HAILSHAM , chairman of the Conservative Party at the time of the campaign, and R. H. S. CROSSMAN , m.p., chairman of the Labour Party's campaign committee.

Contributors

Unknown: David Butler
Unknown: Viscount Hailsham
Unknown: R. H. S. Crossman

: RECITAL

Henry Datyner (violin)
Cherry Isherwood (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Henry Datyner
Piano: Cherry Isherwood








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