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A monthly programme reflecting the current archaeological scene L'ABBÉ BREUIL
A memorial programme on the great French expert on Cave Art who died recently
Introduced by Glyn Daniel Other speakers include:
Miles Burkitt , Dorothy Garrod and Henry Field
Produced by John Irving


Introduced By: Glyn Daniel
Unknown: Miles Burkitt
Unknown: Dorothy Garrod
Produced By: John Irving


First Series
LESSON 1 presented by Sydney Salami assisted by Sabine Michael
Hannah Norbert as Frau Weber Joseph Stein as Herr Weber Script by Sydney Salami Planned and produced by Edith R. Baer


Presented By: Sydney Salami
Assisted By: Sabine Michael
Assisted By: Hannah Norbert
Unknown: Frau Weber
Unknown: Joseph Stein
Unknown: Herr Weber
Script By: Sydney Salami
Produced By: Edith R. Baer

: Growing Up in the 1960s

110: The Delinquent Minority
BRIAN GROOMBRIDGE discusses some of the causes of juvenile delinquency, and the problems of dealing with individual offenders, with A PSYCHIATRIST working with delinquents
DR. JOHN MAYS , Research Lecturer, Liverpool University
DR. ALAN LITTLE, Lecturer,
London School of Economics
This series replaces Parents and Children for the next three weeks.


Unknown: Brian Groombridge
Unknown: Dr. John Mays

: Third Programme

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