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: A Listen and Learn Series: Italian Journey: 13: Firenze

A programme for listeners beginning to study the language, in which Dr. A.F. Magri and Henry Bentinck go over in the studio the recordings they made in Italy during the summer.

What is the purest Italian? - a recitation from Dante's Inferno - a speciality of Siena, il panforte - conjunctive pronouns

(BBC recording)
To be repeated on Friday at 6.30

An illustrated pamphlet containing notes and vocabularies for this series can be obtained by sending a crossed postal order for 1s. 6d. (not stamps, please) to [address removed].

Contributors

Presenter/devised by: Dr. A. F. Magri
Presenter/devised by: Henry Bentinck

: Parents and Children

A weekly programme for mothers and fathers.

The Youngest Child
by a psychiatrist.
Every position in the family has its own advantages and difficulties. A doctor investigates the position of the youngest child.

The Art of Being a Granny
by Mrs. Margaret Butler, Mrs. Ida Douthitt, Mrs. Winifred Shoosmith.
In the chair, Joan Yorke

(BBC recording)

Contributors

Speaker (The Youngest Child): A psychiatrist [name uncredited]
Speaker (The Youngest Child): A doctor [name uncredited] Panellist (The Art of Being a Granny): Margaret Butler
Panellist (The Art of Being a Granny): Ida Douthitt
Panellist (The Art of Being a Granny): Winifred Shoosmith
Chairman (The Art of Being a Granny): Joan Yorke
Compere: Colin Doran
Arranged by: Eileen Molony

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