This evening Austrian speakers discuss listeners' questions about Austria
The chairman summarises the speakers' answers in English
Count L. de Hoyos
Dr. Fritz Kessler
Marilene von Meiss-Teuffen
Production by W. R. H. Calling
(The recorded broadcast of June 11)
A careers programme for those taking G.C.E.
The qualifications, drawbacks, and satisfactions of teaching, seen mainly through the eyes of several people now working in secondary schools
Introduced by Clive Baxter
Arranged by Robert Gunnell
Making Up Things
Antonia Ridge talks about fantasy in children
How Fat is Laid Down in Children
Underfed children are now rare-in this country-but some children are too fat, which is not good. Parents and Children will deal with this important subject several times throughout the quarter. A PHYSTOLOGlST begins by explaining how a baby gets fat on his bones-at what age he should be fat-and where.
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