Eileen J. Evans
Public Relations Officer of the British Philatelic Association and Editor of Philately talks about stamp exhibitions and philatelic organisations and how they can help the collector
A weekly programme for mothers and fathers
'Too Many Cooks!' by Antonia Ridge
The mother of a boy and girl now grown up looks back on a time when she suffered from too much advice.
' If poetry comes not as naturally as leaves to a tree it had better not come at all,' Keats said. It does come naturally to a number of children even when they are quite young. ROBERT GITTINGS discusses the significance of children's poems and the way in which parents can best help a child who likes poetry and likes to make up its own verses.
Poems read by Anne Greenland and Frank Duncan
Compere. Robin Holmes
Arranged by Eileen Molony and Janet Walters
Basil and Dorothy Street learn something about the perfect tense, something about the Spanish fondness for exclamations, something about shoe sizes, and a little about a modern poet. The lesson begins with George sorting out the perfect tense in his Hampstead study, and ends with Dorothy sorting out her perfect shoe in a Madrid general store.
IN THE STUDY:
TEACHERS. George and Miguel (Roger Delgado and Angel Luna)
PUPILS, Dorothy and Basil Street (Vanessa Redgrave and Basil Jones ) DEMONSTRATORS, Maria and Carlos (Elena Morton and Amadeo Leris )
Shop assistant (Angel Luna); Spanish girl (Elena Morton ); Pepe (Amadeo Leris )
Script by Jack Sage
Produced by R. A. Escoffey
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