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Introduced by John Kirby
Listening: second of two discussions between Ralph West and Peter Walker — choosing a loudspeaker
Teaching Tape: Citing to know your machine. The teacher. I. W. Jarman; the pupil. Angela Jeffreys
Produced by Marguerite Cutforth
The Ordinary Devoted Mother and her Children
To conclude the series, six mothers were invited to tea at Broadcasting House in London. In this programme they are heard comparing their opinions and experiences of bringing up children.
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