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: BRITISH MUSIC

WILFFTED BROWN (tenor)
NORTHERN SINFONIA Orchestra Leader, Michael Jones
Conductor, MICHAEL HALL
From the King's Hall, Newcastle on Tyne
Part 1

Contributors

Tenor: Wilffted Brown
Leader: Michael Jones
Conductor: Michael Hall

: * A FEW IDEAS

Some scientific concepts in perspective
S: Memory by DONALD MACKAY
Professor of Communication, University of Keele
Your ' memory' of your childhood and the ' memory' of an electronic computer, for all their obvious differences, may have some mechanisms in common. Professor MacKay describes how the full capacity of human memory could be embodied in the brain.
Causality, by 0. R. Frisch : April 28

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacKay
Unknown: R. Frisch

: * BRITISH MUSIC

Part 2

: THE OBJECT

A new play for radio by Giles Cooper with Produced by Charles LEFEAUX

Contributors

Unknown: Giles Cooper
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Thurle: Michael Hordern
Gary: Bernard Bresslaw
Mill: Sheila Grant

: BRAHMS

Sonata No. 1, in E minor played by PIERRE Fournier (cello)
WILHELM BACKHAUS (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Cello: Pierre Fournier

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

: Closedown









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