From the Cheltenham Festival
RAFAEL DRUIAN (violin)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
From the Town Hall, Cheltenham Presented by the BBC in association with the Cheltenham Festival
by STEPHEN TOULMIN
Director of the Nuffield Unit for the History of Ideas
Does science march from evidence to evidence or leap from dogma to dogma?
Dr. Toulmin considers the conditions of scientific development. It was a question raised at an international symposium at Oxford whose report, edited by Dr. A. C. Crombie , was published last year.
Dr. A. C.
by Shirley Jenkins with Norman Wynne Aubrey Richards Gwenyth Petty
This is the story of Dat and Mrs. Dai; of finding a gimmick as a substitute for talent in a highly competitive entertainment age. It leads to mutilation of body and spiritual death.
Special effects by the Radiophonic Workshop and the Cardiff Studios of the BBC
Produced by HERBERT DAVIES
Dai Smart Alec:
Mari the Pop:
Mari the Cwop:
Dai Cork Leg:
Shoni 3 1:
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