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Quartet in E fiat, Op. 74 played by the Budapest Quartet
Joseph Roisman (violin) Jac Gorodetzky (violin) Boris Kroyt (viola)
Mischa Schneider (cello) on a gramophone record
The eighth programme in the series
Op. 95: November 25


Violin: Joseph Roisman
Viola: Boris Kroyt
Cello: Mischa Schneider


A series of broadcasts based on informal discussions recorded at a meeting of philosophers and scientists at Dunford House in Sussex
Lecturer in Psychology, University of Cambridge states his belief that the progress of psychology will render meaningless the concept of moral responsibility. His argument is analysed by RENFORD BAMBROUGH who forces the discussion to a conclusion.
Is the scientific 'explanation' of human actions of a kind that necessarily denies that these actions are free? What is the value of sceptical argument?


A portrait of King Henry II
Compiled by NESTA PAIN from the letters, anecdotes, and reminiscences of those who knew and worked with him among them
Geraldus Cambrensis
Walter Map
Peter of Blois and Arnulf of Lisieux
Produced by Nesta Pain


Unknown: Geraldus Cambrensis
Unknown: Walter Map
Produced By: Nesta Pain


Concert Society and Swedish Radio Orchestra
Conducted by Sixten Ehrling
Rerouting made available by courtesy of Sveriges Radio. Stockholm


Conducted By: Sixten Ehrling

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