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Introduced by John Kirby
Artificial Echoes: John Borwick describes some of the ways in which these can be manufactured
Impressions of the London Audio Fair, 1960: by Donald Aldous
Produced by Marguerite Cutforth (The recorded broadcast of May 8)
A new edition: Sunday, May 22
Script by Ronald Hingley
Produced by Raymond Escoffey
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Talking to Strangers
ANN DALLY talks as a mother, from almost inevitable personal experience, of the difficult relationship between polite-ness, normal development, and the very real danger to children of unpleasant strangers who are not what they seem.
What's Wrong with Bare Feet?
MARGARET Fox , a physical educationist, explains the advantages of bare feet in the gymnasium and at the dancing class, and the precautions that a physical educationist takes, or should take, against the passage of infection from foot to foot.
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