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: THE ARCHAEOLOGIST

A monthly programme reflecting the current archaeological scene
Patterns of the Pottery Trad* in Roman Britain
JOHN GILLAM and BRIAN BLAKE discuss with specialist workers the shape and sophistication of the pottery industry and in particular market research and product zoning in Roman Britain, indicated by the latest methods of scientific analysis of excavated vessels

Contributors

Unknown: John Gillam
Unknown: Brian Blake

: SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS

Lesson 10
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of PABLO DoloresAMELIA DIAZ Pepe CARLOS Novi
Script by ANTHONY WATSON and EDITH R. BAER Produced by EDITH R. BAER

Contributors

Introduced By: Jacinta Castillejo
Script By: Anthony Watson
Script By: Edith R. Baer
Produced By: Edith R. Baer

: PARENTS AND CHILDREN

Bad Nutrition, 1963: Louisa DAVIES investigates reports that signs of undernourishment are reappearing in some British children. Are Welfare foods no longer used now they are not usually free? Are some parents over-indulgent or buying the wrong foods?
New Lessons for Old: R. F. DEARDEN is a young teacher in a Junior School. Over the past few years, he says, a remarkable myth has arisen about the ways in which children should be taught

Contributors

Unknown: Louisa Davies
Unknown: R. F. Dearden








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