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Francis Camps , M.D., F.R.C.P., F.C. Path... Professor of Forensic Medicine (University of London) at the London Hospital Medical College, a recent guest of Woman's Hour
No Place in the Welfare State: LALAGE WALDMAN tells the story of Bridie, an elderly recluse
Doing up a House: MARY GILLIATT discusses her experiences with Jean Goodman
When the children had to go: AUDREY RUSSELL talks with contributors to a new book of recollections by wartime evacuees, including MICHAEL ASPEL , and the book's editor B. S. JOHNSON
Frenchwoman's Views: EDMONDE CHARLES-Roux talks to MARTINE LEGGE about women, success, and happiness
PEGGY ASHCROFT reads Sido abridged by B. J. Salmon from My Mother's House and Sido by COLETTE First of eight instalments


Introduced By: Marjorie Anderson
Introduced By: Francis Camps
Unknown: Mary Gilliatt
Unknown: Jean Goodman
Talks: Audrey Russell
Unknown: Michael Aspel
Editor: B. S. Johnson
Unknown: Martine Legge
Unknown: Peggy Ashcroft
Abridged By: B. J. Salmon
Unknown: Colette First

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