Farm Hall

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19910503]

During the final weeks of the Second World War, ten of Germany's top physicists were held in a farmhouse in England.

Why were they held? Why were their conversations secretly recorded? (The tapes are still classified.) The news of Hiroshima astonished them. Were they reluctant servants of the Reich or just slower than their American counterparts?

Pianist: Stephen Pruslin. Dramatised by Richard Weiss and Colin MacLaren

Director Louise Purslow. Stereo

Contributors

Pianist: Stephen Pruslin.

Dramatised By: Richard Weiss

Dramatised By: Colin MacLaren

Director: Louise Purslow.

The Major: John Rowe

Max Von Laue: Peter Howell

Werner Heisenberg: X3hh Shrapnel

Diebner: Benjamin Whitrow

Gerlach: Garrard Green

Otto Hahn: James Grout

Sam Goudsmit: David de Keyser

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910503]

Pianist: Stephen Pruslin.

Dramatised By: Richard Weiss

Dramatised By: Colin MacLaren

Director: Louise Purslow.

The Major: John Rowe

Max Von Laue: Peter Howell

Werner Heisenberg: X3hh Shrapnel

Diebner: Benjamin Whitrow

Gerlach: Garrard Green

Otto Hahn: James Grout

Sam Goudsmit: David de Keyser

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910505]

A dramastised reconstruction of events in the final weeks of the Second World War, when ten of Germany's top physicists were held in a farmhouse in England.

Why were they held? Why were their conversations secretly recorded? (The tapes are still classified.) The news of Hiroshima astonished them. Were they reluctant servants of the Reich or just slower than their American counterparts?