by MARSHAL OF THE R.A.F. SIR DERMOT BOYLE
The debate about an independent British nuclear deterrent goes on. In this talk a distinguished airman explains why he believes we can continue to pay for and operate-and indeed why we require—a nuclear deterrent in order to prevent a nuclear attack on this country. -
A radio play by Colin Finbow with Kenneth Haigh , Dilys Laye Sheila Grant
Trumpet, Johnny Harris
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
Third broadcast followed by an interlude at 7.55
by J. N. FINDLAY
Professor of Philosophy in the University of London
' I should myself hold Hegel's Philosophy of Nature to be a profoundly illuminating view of the natural world, to throw much light on the more paradoxical thesis of modern physics ... Professor Findlay thinks that modem philosophy badly needs certain Hegelian methods and virtues.
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