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Study on 3


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C.30 Le chien jaune
Roman policier de GEORGES SIMENON , dramatise* et adapts pour la radio en dix episodes par PAUL COUSTER
1: Vite ... un crime!, avec
(Pour les details du livre: voir page 54)
S.50 New series
Behaviour and Belief
Ten programmes for secondary school teachers on moral education presented by BARRY TURNER
1: The School as Society
Every school and every teacher affects in some way the development of pupils' ideas about right and wrong. How effective is the school as an agent in this process?
Series producer DAVID DICKINSON (Linked with BBC1, Tuesdays
3.45 pm and BBC2, Thursdays
8.40 pm)
(Sundays broadcast, R4 VHF)
7.10 Community Care: Mental Illness and Handicap
Eight case-studies for nurses in training
1: ' Michael Williams
- a 35-year-old bachelor, lives in a Mental After-Care Hostel and attends a psychiatric day hospital. He is now hoping to return to a full-time job. Series producer


Unknown: Georges Simenon
Unknown: Paul Couster
Unknown: Pierre Valmer
Unknown: Bloncourt Katia Ellis
Unknown: Emile de Harven
Unknown: Georges Lambert
Unknown: Rene Goujon
Unknown: Elsie Ferguson
Producer: David Dickinson
Producer: Robin Brightwell

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