A monthly programme reflecting the current archaeological scene
A team of professional and amateur archaeologists recently completed a six-year survey of Islay, a Hebridean island whose history can be traced from its late Stone-Age inhabitants to farmers who abandoned their implements there more than 100 years ago.
W. I. CARTER
A. D. LACAILLE , and W. D. LAMONT discuss their work on Islay with CHARLES THOMAS Produced by JOHN IRVING
A course of forty lessons Lesson 6
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of PABLO SOTO AMELIA DIAZas Dolores
CARLOS Novi as Pepe Script by ANTHONY WATSOM and EDITH R. BAER Produced by HENRY BENTINGE ┊
The Newsom Report on * education for children aged 13-16, of average and less than average ability,' discussed by JOHN New SOM, commitee chairman of the Central Advisory Council for Education, DINAH BROOK, writer on educational subjects, and LESLIESMITH The Juniors
A series of talks about the development and the needs of children in the 5-12 age group 3: Parent and Child Doing Well?
The feelings, attitudes, behaviour, and also the personal difficulties of parents are significant in the development of their children. Speaker, DR. MILDRED MARSHAK , Lecturer in Educational Psychology, University of London, Institute of Education.
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