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Food Fights
"Ifyou eat your dinner, you can have pudding." How many people remember that bribe as a child? And how many repeat it to their own offspring? Yet an apparently innocent remark like that can be the start of a vicious circle of feeding difficulties in children.
Food Fights looks at parents' attitude towards children's eating habits by focusing on one family, the Marklews.
Their 3-year-old son [text removed] has eaten very little for the last year and his parents are particularly anxious because he has had a heart operation.
This documentary picks up the Marklews' story with their first visit to psychologist
Gill Harris , whose advice seems to contradict fundamental beliefs.
Director
SelinaMacnair Senes producer Tim Haines
An Eye to Eye production for BBCtv
BOOKLET: send a cheque forf 2.50. payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
DR MARK PORTER page 9

Contributors

Unknown: Gill Harris
Director: SelinamacNair Senes
Producer: Tim Haines
Unknown: Dr Mark Porter

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