Script by SYDNEY SALAME
ROLF RICHARDS as Herr Mullet ANDREW SACHS as Richard with DAVID HADDA and RUDOLF OFFENBACH
Produced by ARTHUR LANGFORD Second broadcast
Repeated on Friday at 6.40
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Think, Boy, Think! The work of Professor Piaget in Geneva demonstrates that a child's capacity for thought develops through constant successive stages. JAMES WEBSTER , Lecturer in Education at Newton Park College, Bath, talks about the child's conception of number in relation to Piaget's work Keeping Children Cool In
Summer: Speaker, DR. E. M. GLASER , who has studied adjustments to changes of temperature at the Universities of Cambridge, Singapore, and London
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