Looking at Wigan
When WENDY JAMES and GLYN ROBERTS recently went with JOHN SUMMERSON and IAN NAIRN to take a fresh look at this old market town now grown into a large industrial centre, they discussed their reactions from several points around the fourteenth-century parish church of All Saints. Glyn Roberts introduces recorded excerpts from their conversation.
of Prints and Engravings
HAROLD J. L. WRIGHT , after fifty-four years in the Bond Street print trade, recalls some of the collectors he has known and how fashions in collecting have changed over the years. He makes some observations about present-day tendencies and taste.
A programme for those who would like to 'legin speaking German
Script by S. J. W . Salami
I-Finding the Way
Susan and David get useful advice from their friend Hans about asking the way and ordering a meal. Then in Germany they try out what they have learned.
Production by W. R. H. Carling
S. J. W
W. R. H.
A Ten-Year-Old Goes to Germany by Clara Furness
Helen, Mrs. Furness's youngest daughter, passed the eleven-plus examination early in the year-a whole term before she could go to the grammar school. So for three months she went to stay with family friends in Cologne, attended a German primary school, and acquired an impeccable German accent.
Bringing Up a Large Family
Following the last programme by the fathers of large families, there have been a number of requests to hear the mothers. Accordingly, the three mothers concerned have been invited to give their viewpoint:
In the chair, Joan Yorke
Compere. Robin Holmes
Arranged by Eileen Molony and Janet Walters
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