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: NEW COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts
This edition is devoted to The Singer as Actor and includes
TITO GOBBI in conversation with JOHN AMIS
JOAN CROSS in conversation with BERNARD KEEFFE
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Unknown: John Amis
Introduced By: George MacBeth

: THE THURSDAY INVITATION CONCERT

RALPH KIRKPATRICK (harpsichord)
Harp Trio of the WIGMORE ENSEMBLE
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute) Frederick Riddle (viola) Maria Korchinska (harp) Part 1
Given before an Invited audience In BBC Studio 1. Maida Vale. London. Requests for tickets should be sent to [address removed] enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.

Contributors

Harpsichord: Ralph Kirkpatrick
Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Viola: Frederick Riddle
Harp: Maria Korchinska

: COMPENSATING VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE

† by RUPERT CROSS
Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
Three recent reports have called for a system of compensation for the victims of violent crime. Dr. Cross considers whether such a system is desirable and how it might be made to work.

: INVITATION CONCERT

Part 2

: REINFORCED LEARNING

'I believe that the business of education is to set up in the student certain behavioural patterns.'
B. F. SKINNER
Professor of Psychology Harvard University
Is well known in this country as a pioneer of the teaching-machine movement and as a leading behaviourist
DONALD BROADBENT of the M.R.C. Unit of Applied Psychology, Cambridge questions him on the scientific basis of these teaching aids, and on some fundamental tenets of behaviourism Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: B. F. Skinner
Unknown: Donald Broadbent








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