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: THE ARCHAEOLOGIST

A monthly programme reflecting the current archaeological scene
Place-Names in Archaeology
A discussion between CHARLES THOMAS , an archaeologist, and WILLIAM NICOLAISEN , Director of the Scottish Place-Names Survey, who is specially interested in the relationship of place-names with prehistoric peoples and places Produced by JOHN IRVING

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Thomas
Unknown: William Nicolaisen
Produced By: John Irving

: IMPROVE YOUR GERMAN

Programme 11
Script by SYDNEY SALAME
ROLF RICHARDS as Herr Miiller
ANDREW SACHS as Richard with KAREN GLAZER and David HADDA
Produced by ARTHUR LANGFOD Second broadcast
Repeated on Friday at 6.40
For details of accompanying book* let see page 46

Contributors

Script By: Sydney Salame
Script By: Rolf Richards
Unknown: Herr Miiller
Unknown: Andrew Sachs
Unknown: Karen Glazer
Unknown: David Hadda
Produced By: Arthur Langfod

: PARENTS AND CHILDREN

The Juniors
A series of talks about the development and the needs of children in the five-to-twelve age group
2: In the beginning
Psychological patterns, which may already have been set in infancy, described by DR. MILDRED MAR -SHAK, Lecturer in Educational Psychology, University of London Institute of Education
Dietary needs, when a child is an infant, are usually carefully watched. The older child is more often left to choose for himself. LOUISEDAVIES reports on the special requirements and tastes of this age group

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Mildred Mar

: Third Programme

: * MARKET TRENDS

Today's overseas commodity and financial news. London Stock Market closing report

: Closedown









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