from the novel by William Golding
Radio script by Donald McWhinnie
Produced by Donald MeWhinnie
The drawing by Anthony Gross is from the book jacket (Faber)
Philip as a boy:
Headmaster of the Prep School:
The Verger ,:
Headmaster of the Grammar School:
Dr Kenneth Enticott:
A series of monthly discussions each comparing different interpretations on gramophone records of a single work.
4-Bartok's Music for strings, percussion, and celesta
Colin Davis , Oliver Neighbour and Matyas Seiber
Chairman, J. A. Westrup Heather Professor of Music in the University of Oxford
by A. C. Crombie
Lecturer in History of Science in the University of Oxford
Darwin presented himself to the public— for example, in the opening paragraphs of The Origin of Species-as a Baconian scientist, who patiently accumulated facts before formulating any theory to link them. Is this a true picture of Darwin, or did he delude both the public and possibly himself? Dr. Crombie contends that the latter is true, and he presents the evidence he has gleaned from a new study of Darwin's correspondence and notebooks.
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