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A series of three talks and three discussions by philosophers 4: Determinism
A discussion by Geoffrey Warnock
P. F. Strawson
James Thomson
How do people become determinists, and what motives or reasons draw them in this direction?
: second broadcast


Unknown: Geoffrey Warnock
Unknown: P. F. Strawson
Unknown: James Thomson


by Selma Herscovici


Unknown: Selma Herscovici


An attempt to capture the ' inward eye ' of all children
Written by JESSIE KESSON based on her own experiences in a city tenement and a country orphanage with Lennox Milne as Narrator
Eme Morrison as The child and Meg Buchanan Aileen Croan
lain Cuthbertson , Jean Faulds Helena Gloag , Gwyneth Guthrie Nan Kerr , Morag McNee
June Shields. Gerard Slevin
Jean Taylor Smith , Mary Walton Produced bv DAVID THOMSON in the BBC's Scottish studios
A new production of the programme first heard in 1952


Written By: Jessie Kesson
Unknown: Lennox Milne
Narrator: Eme Morrison
Unknown: Meg Buchanan
Unknown: Aileen Croan
Unknown: Lain Cuthbertson
Unknown: Jean Faulds
Unknown: Helena Gloag
Unknown: Gwyneth Guthrie
Unknown: Nan Kerr
Unknown: Morag McNee
Unknown: June Shields.
Unknown: Gerard Slevin
Unknown: Jean Taylor Smith
Unknown: Mary Walton


Erling Bengtsson (cello)
Josephine Lee (piano)


Cello: Erling Bengtsson
Piano: Josephine Lee

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