of Antique Jewellery
J. F. HAYWARD , of the Victoria Museum and Albert Museum , considers this branch of collecting one of the safest from the financial point of view, as jewels will always retain their intrinsic value as precious metal and gemstones however fashions may change; and, he says, the sums involved are not necessarily very large.
A weekly programme for mothers and fathers
Children in Hospital-3
A doctor talks about preparing the child over six years old for a hospital experience and James Robertson , research worker in child development at the Tavistock Clinic, offers some suggestions for helping the child to get over any after-effects
Compere. Robin Holmes
Arranged by Eileen Molony
George and Miguel give some examples of the past definite and imperfect tenses. Basil and Dorothy find occasion to practise what they have learned when Dorothy discovers that she has lost her handbag during the traditional evening promenade in a Spanish town.
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Script, by Jack Sage
Produced byR. A . Escoffey
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