A series of six programmes
6-Breeding. Showing and Research
How do the experts prepare cats for showing? What are the best ways of caring for pedigree cats? Is enough being done to maintain high standards of health among cats, or is more research needed into feline diseases?
A conversation between KATHLEEN YORKE, chairman of the Governing
Council of the Cat Fancy, MARY BRUNTON, honorary secretary of the National Cat Club, and DR. W. R. WOOLDRIDGE, Scientific Director of the Animal Health Trust.
Script by Ronald Hingley
Produced by Raymond Escoffey
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A careers programme for those taking G.C.E.
There is a great shortage of dentists at the present time. This programme shows something of their work in private practice and in the school dental service -with a word about training and the challenge that the future holds.
Introduced by Clive Baxter
Arranged by Robert Gunnell
The Ordinary Devoted Mother and her Children
2—Saying 'No' isn't just saying ' No '
Several mothers of babies and toddlers recorded, unrehearsed, conversations among themselves about problems of upbringing. They suggested the BBC might supply on the air some background of theory to help in dealing with typical situations. For example, when and how often do you say ' No' to your child? Are your children ever jealous of each other? Do you find anything irksome about your work in the home?
In this programme a paediatrician who is also a children's psychiatrist talks about some of the things he found himself thinking while listening last week to the conversation on Saying No.' Parts of that conversation are repeated.
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