Contemporary French Photography
This programme, with direct reference to the recent exhibition of French photography at the Royal Photographic Society, discusses the different and original approach to their subject of photographers working in France.
Peggy Delius, F.I.B.P., F.R.P.S. photographer and photo journalist
Jacques Brunius film producer and journalist
Patrick Matthews film executive
The first in a new weekly series
What the Public has Taught Us
The editors of three well-known journals dealing with children and their upbringing discuss with Eileen Molony some of the points they have in common with each other and with this programme.
Dr. Harvey Flack
Family Doctor Walter James
The Times Educational Supplement
The First Day at School by Joan Dean
A primary school headmistress talks about some of the ways in which mothers can prepare their children for the first day at the infant school.
Compere, Colin Doran
Arranged by Eileen Molony
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