A monthly programme Industrial Archaeology
A discussion on the application of archaeological techniques to the comparatively recent history of industrial buildings and machinery
Department of History Manchester University
Lecturer in Archaeology University of Edinburgh KENNETH HUDSON
Industrial Correspondent Introduced by JOHN IRVING
The Child at School
Programmes about difficulties which may only show when a child has started school
Slowness in reading, awkwardness in writing, physical clumsiness, examination strain-these conditions can be exhibited by normal children for various reasons.
† 3 : ' Word-blind ' children
A PSYCHOLOGIST who specialises in this particular form of reading and writing difficulty
JAMF.S WEBSTER a Senior Lecturer in Education
A Professor OF CHILD HEALTH
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