Basil Taylor questions Sidney Sabin, art dealer and chairman of the Antique Dealers' Fair, about the opportunities for picture-buying today.
Next week: For collectors of English pottery
A weekly programme for mothers and fathers in which they can discuss and hear discussed the difficulties and pleasures of bringing up a family.
Memoirs of a Month-Old Father by Donald Milner
Father's place in a young baby's life has traditionally been underestimated. Donald Milner, who recently accompanied Dr. Fuchs's expedition to the Antarctic as a BBC reporter, describes his reactions to his month-old son.
Boy Meets Girl
Mrs. Rose Hacker, author of 'Telling the Teenager'
Mrs. Hilary Halpin, Chairman, L.C.C. Children's Committee
Graham Don, West Ham Juvenile Court magistrate
Harry Ree, Headmaster, Watford Grammar School
However carefully and skilfully a parent has answered his young child's questions about the relations between the sexes, such matters take on a new urgency and a new delicacy when he or she reaches adolescence. What, how, and by whom is the teenager to be told?
Compere, Robin Holmes
Arranged by Eileen Molony (who writes on page 65)
Basil and Dorothy learn how to ask for rooms in Spain and how to avoid some of the more obvious mistakes of pronunciation. The lesson begins slowly in George's study in Hampstead and ends at full speed in a Spanish pension.
IN THE STUDY:
TEACHER, George and Miguel (Roger Delgado and Angel Luna)
PUPILS, Dorothy and Basil Street (Vanessa Redgrave and Basil Jones ) DEMONSTRATORS, Carlos and Maria (Amadeo Leris and Elena Morton )
La Patrona de la Pension (Elena Morton ); Basil and Dorothy
Script by Jack Sage
Produced by R. A. Escoffey
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