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A series of scientific case-histories
1:Is the Scientific Paper a Fraud?by P B. MEDAWAR , F.R.S.
Director of the National Institute for Medical Research
Is the form of the traditional scientific paper logically defensible? Dr. Medawar thinks not: he outlines a hypothesis which the later talks in this series will put to the test.
The Magnetic Proton, by Professor 0. R. Frisch , F.R.S.: September 18
See page 32


Unknown: P B. Medawar
Unknown: R. Frisch


LOUIS HALSEY with ALLAN WICKS (organ) Recorded from a public concert at
St. Clement Danes Church. London. last October


Conductor: Louis Halsey
Unknown: Allan Wicks


A new play for radio by Gerard McLarnon
A tragi-comedy on the vicissitudes of one of the small theatrical fit-up companies touring southern Ireland in the thirties
Music arranged and played by Alf Edwards
Produced by FRANCIS DILLON Second broadcast


Unknown: Gerard McLarnon
Played By: Alf Edwards
Produced By: Francis Dillon
Gabriel: William Devlin
Michael P: G Stephens
Lavarcham: Marjorie Westbury
Costello: Barry Keegan
Maureen Breen: Denise Bryer
Neil McMillan: Denys Hawthorne
Father Connolly: Brian O'Higgins
Billy Sullivan: Wilfrid Brambell
Landlady: Aileen Harte


Frans BRÜGGEN (recorder)
JANNY VAN WERING (harpsichord)


Harpsichord: Janny van Wering


International Festival
A nightly report
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH


Introduced By: George MacBeth

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