A series of ten weekly programmes 4: THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY by Kurt Mendelssohn , F.R.S. Reader in Physics in the University of Oxford
Lately back from a visit to China, Dr. Mendelssohn describes the sudden enthusiasm for technology and illustrates, from his own observations, the pace and success of Chinese technological training and achievement.
A Roman comedy by PLAUTUS c. 265 B.C.-184 B.C. Translated by Patric Dickinson
Music by Thomas Eastwood With
Norman Shelley and Howard Marion-Crawford as the two Amphitryone
Characters in order of speaking:
A sectdon of the New Symphony Orchestra conducted by Harry Newstone Production by RAYMOND RAIKES
Sosia Amphitryon's slave:
Bromia, Alcmena's maid:
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