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The physicist's description of matter
A discussion between Maurice. Pryce, F.R.S. H O. Wills Professor of Physics and David Bohm Research Fellow both of the University of Bristol
Has the concept of ' actuality ' any place in the language of the physicist? Can philosophic criteria suggest ways of overcoming the inadequacies of current Quantum Theory? Have we been misled by our choice of a mathematical system?


Unknown: David Bohm


A Conversational Fragment by T. S. GREGORY
An important question in the 'eighties as it might have been discussed by Anatole France with the Master of Bailiol and two eminent colleagues. The imagined scene is the Master's Lodging, Balliol College, 1887.
Produced by Christopher Holme


Unknown: T. S. Gregory
Unknown: Anatole France
Produced By: Christopher Holme
Benjamin JOWETT, Master of Balliol: Norman Shelley
ANATOLE FRANCE: Jacques Brunius
MATTHEW ARNOLD: Leslie Perrins
Henry Edward , CARDINAL MANNING: Ernest Milton


Kim Borg bass
Ernest Lush piano
In questa tomba oscure Wonne der Wehmut Der Kuss
The song of the flea Braltms
Four Serious Songs
Don Quichotte a Dulclnée


Bass: Kim Borg
Piano: Ernest Lush


Graham Hough Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge discusses the recently published book by Leslie A. Fiedler


Book By: Leslie A. Fiedler


Charles Rosen piano
Suite, Op. 25 Debussy
Hommage a Rameau Minstrels
Etude pour les tierces
The last of three programmes of music by Schoenberg and Debussy, played by Charles Rosen , including all Schoenberg'a piano works.


Piano: Charles Rosen
Played By: Charles Rosen

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