Two, talks by W. M. S. RUSSELL
2: The Affluent Crowd
It is becoming clear from recent field observations that societies of monkeys and apes, in the wild, are surprisingly peaceful. But this is not true when the society is under the stress of overcrowding, as was the case, until recently, in most zoos. What goes wrong under these conditions? Dr. Russell discusses the origins of primate warfare.
A new play for radio by Andrew Davies with John Hollis as Samuel Pellet
To be repeated on Nov. 15
Robin Wentworthis in ' Pickwick at the Saville Theatre. London
members of the BBC Drama Repertory
Some of his lesser-known songs sung by HUGUES CUÉNOÐ (tenor) with MARTIN ISEPP (piano) An mein Clavier
Der Jüngling und der Tod Blumenlied
Der Schmetterling Der Wanderer an den Mond
Der liebliche Stern An die Laute Herbst
Vor meiner Wiege
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