Suite : Mladi (Youth) played by the Prague Wind Quintet Rudolf Hertl (flute)
Vaclav Smetacek (oboe) Vladimir Riha (clarinet) Josef Schwarz (horn) Karel Bidlo (bassoon) with Alois Rybin (bass clarinet) on a gramophone record
THE HUMAN CLIMATE
How has Communism affected the ordinary Chinese man, woman, and child? In this conversation Mrs. HUNG-YING BRYAN , RICHARD HARRIS , and NICHOLAS WOLLASTON discuss its impact as each of them felt it reflected in the human climate in China.
: second broadcast
by John Wren-Lewis
There are many active schools of ' unorthodox ' science seeking to reincorporate spiritual language into scientific enquiry. They combine to condemn modern science as ' materialistic.' John Wren-Lewis sees their activities as a dangerous reversion to the occult past. Truth in art and religion, as well as in science, must be found in experience, and not beyond it.
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