Reith Lectures — Bernard Lovell: The Individual and the Universe, Part 1, 1958

Astronomer, physicist and the first director of the Jodrell Bank Experimental Observatory Professor Bernard Lovell contemplates the implications of evolutionary theory in the fifth lecture in his Reith Lectures series ‘The Individual and the Universe’.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/rla48/all

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