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WOMAN'S HOUR

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Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Out of the News: involving a topic of interest
Father - cum - Mother:
PETER LLOYD talks to Doreen Forsyth about his twelve foster children
Late starter at t'mill: ALBERT BUTLER reflects on a new way of life
Reading Your Letters
Some new novels: reviewed by CRISTINA SELLORS
HENRY STAMPER reads Blood Sport by DICK FRANCIS
Ninth of thirteen Instalments
Today is the first of two conversations with men bringing up children alone. Since 1958. Peter Lloyd has fostered twelve children. He wanted deprived children to experience the same affection and security he had known as a child. To this end. he bought a large farmhouse, and gave up his job to care for the children full-time.
Peter Arnold , to whom
Doreen Forsyth will be talking next week, cares for his four-year-old son full-time-he takes him with him in his work as a motor-cycling commentator. His wife died in 1966; his search for a housekeeper was fruitless, and he feels the problem is best solved in this way.

Contributors

Introduced By: Marjorie Anderson
Talks: Peter Lloyd
Unknown: Doreen Forsyth
Unknown: Albert Butler
Reviewed By: Cristina Sellors
Reviewed By: Henry Stamper
Unknown: Dick Francis
Unknown: Peter Lloyd
Unknown: Peter Arnold
Unknown: Doreen Forsyth

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