tThe story of six years In a young girl's life: years which included a broken marriage, prostitution, and troubles of every kind; but years held together by hope and by courage
PAULINE is twenty-one now, is typical of no one but herself. She tells her story, very frankly, in this conversation with BRIAN BLAKE
To be repeated on May 2
See page 19
A group of six programmes 2: Memory
† by N. S. SUTHERLAND
University Lecturer in Experimental Psychology and Fellow of Merton College, Oxford Dr. Sutherland sets out to answer the question why it is that we can trust our memories. In order to do so he analyses under what conditions statements involving the word ' remember ' are true, and attempts to show that it is the complexity of these conditions which tempts us to doubt memory statements.
A discussion by Peter Straw -son, D. R. P. Wiggins, and Mary Warnock: April 17
by John Milton abridged for radio in thirteen parts by R. D. SMITH
Book 2 Reader, Michael Redgrave
Satan debates whether another Battel be to be hazarded for the recovery of Heaven: some advise it, others dissuade.
Michael Redgrave is appearing in ' Out of Bounds at Wyndham's Theatre, London
Book 3: April 15
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