Dancing for Covent Garden: by VIOLETTE Verdy , guest artist from the French Ballet of Roland Petit and the New York City Ballet of Georges Balanchine
Continued in next column
Writing for Theatre Workshop: by FRANK NORMAL, author of two Joan Littlewood productions, Fings Ain 'Wot They Used T'Be and A Kayf Up West Introduced by CARL WILDMAN
Broadcast on March 22
Lead Poisoning In Children
A PROFESSOR OF CHILD HEALTH reports on recent investigations at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children
Social Learning and Social Maturity
A group of three talks by DR. M. L. Keli. mer Pringle Director of the National Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care
1: What is Social Maturity and can it be measuredf
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