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A series of scientific case-histories
2: The Magnetic Proton by O. R. FRISCH , F.R.S.
Jacksonian Professor of Physics University of Cambridge
' In 1930, when I was twenty-six, I went to Hamburg to work under Professor Otto Stern ...' One of the historic experiments on which Stern and Frisch collaborated concerned the magnetism of the proton, and tested the predictions of Dirac's theory. It ran a surprising course.


Unknown: O. R. Frisch
Unknown: Professor Otto Stern


Quatre motets pour un tempt de Penitence
Laudes de Saint-Antoine de
Directed by STEPHANE CAILLET on a gramophone record


Directed By: Stephane Caillet


by Claude Crebillon
1707-77 translated and arranged by BARBARA BRAY with
Viola Tunnard (harpsichord) Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL


Unknown: Claude Crebillon
Arranged By: Barbara Bray
Harpsichord: Viola Tunnard
Produced By: Rayner Heppenstall
as Meilcour: Robert Eddison
as Madame de Lursay: Catherine Lacey
Versac: Heron Carvic
Mme de Meilcour: Dorothy Black
Gramont: David Spenser
Hortense de Theville: Beryl Calder
Pranzi: Eric Phillips
Mme X: Ilona Ference
Mme de Senanges: Anita Sharp Bolster
Mme de Theville: Kathleen Helme



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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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