Jonathan Stone , though still an undergraduate at Oxford and not yet twenty-one, has been studying and collecting silver for several years, concentrating especially on Georgian cream-jugs. In this programme he offers some advice and encouragement to other young collectors.
A weekly programme for mothers and fathers
Bullying in the Primary School by E. H. Newson
Bullying in the primary school is something that must be taken seriously: it presents problems for the parents of both the bully and the bullied. If it can be curbed at this early age its effects may be only temporary. In this programme a headmaster of many years' experience describes how he deals with it in his school.
Children's Books for Christmas by Noel Streatfeild and L. A. G. Strong
Two distinguished children's authors discuss Christmas books for the eight-to fourteen-year-olds.
Compere. Robin Holmes
Arranged by Eileen Molony
L. A. G.
ll-on Being Introduced
Episode it opens as usual with a lesson in which George and Miguel explain some of the relative pronouns, the two verbs to know,' and what to say on being formally introduced to people. It ends with Basil and Dorothy trying to put what they have learned into practice on a bus in Madrid.
IN THE STUDY:
Teachkrb, George and Miguel (Roger Delgado and Angel Luna)
Pupils. Dorothy and Basil Street (Vanessa Redgrave and Basil Jones) Demonstrators, Maria and Carlos (Blena Morton and Amadeo Leris )
Josfi Antonio (Angel Luna); Pedro (Amadeo Leris ); Nieves (Blena Morton )
Script by Jack Sage
Produced by R. A. Escoffey
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