A series of three talks and three discussions by philosophers ACTIONS AND EVENTS by Geoffrey Warnock
In defence of the freedom of the will it has recently been argued that, since an action is always something more (or less) than a physical movement, our belief in free-will is not threatened by the thesis that the physical world is deterministic. In this talk Mr. Warnock examines the question how far this defence is really effective.
Decision and Prediction, a discussion: February 16
Written for radio by WILLIAM GOLDING with Patience Collier ,Hugh Burden and Carleton Hobbs
From the time when he is first appointed organist to the Cathedral, Edward Graham watches Miss Pulkinhorn pursue year after year her relentless attempts to rid its precincts of religious observances she deplores. with Isla Cameron , Denvs Hawthorne
Marise Hepworth , Bryan Kendnck John Westbrook , Geoffrey Wincott Pauline Wynn
Choir of Emanuel School with a section of the Ambrosian Singers conducted by Donald Cashmore Organ, Charles Spinks
Production by DAVID THOMSON
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Rekeby, the verger:
An elderly bishop:
A younger bishop:
AHegri String Quartet Eli Goren. James Barton
Patrick Ireland, William Pleeth with Cecil Aronowitz (viola)
Third of six programmes including chamber music by Mendelssohn.
String Quintet in B flat: Feb. 18
by Nikolaua Pevsner
In Cordoba, a seventeenth-century ' Colonial ' town in the Argentine, in itself a remarkable place, the speaker found himself dining at the Palacio Ferreyra , a ' family palace ' built 1910-1914-years of fabulous prosperity in the Argentine.
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