A medical magazine introduced by JUNE ROSE and including:
Specialist in the Studio: a doctor answers questions on stomach complaints
Sex Education on Disc: Joan Yorke talks to DR. WENDY G\REENGROSS about this and other ways of giving sex education to the family f Produced by Thena Heshel
Ten programmes on child development, linked with an in-service study course prepared for residential staff by the Central Training Council for Child Care.
2: Snakes and Ladders
A look at the different stages through which every child must pass on his way up the ladder of development, and at some hazards which can obstruct his progress or even put it into reverse. with contributions from
DR. M. L. KELLMER PRINGLE , Director, National Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care; an educational psychologist; and a superintendent of a children's home.
Introduced by DR. PENELOPE LEACH
Produced by Dennis Simmons
Broadcast on October 13, 1967
Dr. M. L. Kellmer
The Export Expert by Eddie Maguire with Richard Briers and Deryck Guyler
By a series of misunderstandings -whether deliberate or accidental is a matter of opinion-George Meadows contributes to the well-being of the boot and shoe firm that employs him and to the country's export drive.
Produced by JOE BURROUGHS
Wednesday's broadcast (Radio 2)
A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including:
Going to the Pictures:
PETER DAVALLE ieviews some of the films you can see this month and meets DANDY NICHOLS and SEAN CONNERY Lace: HonitonMOLLY RENDELL tells Peggy Archer of its revival tYou must have noticed....
SAM POLLOCK takes a sideways look at this week's events
Looking back-I was a pioneer:
THELMA H. Benjamin helped to blaze a trail in Fleet Street
More Oak, Ash, and Thorn
The Rewards and Fairies stories by Rudyard Kipling dramatised by A. R. RAWLINSON
A Priest in spite of himself
Produced by DAVID DAVIS
by Henry Cecil
Andrew Cruickshank as Judge Cecil in thirteen cases from his London County Court-Fact or Fiction?
2: Free for All with guest stars:
Edward Chapman as Mr. Chilton, a peculiar headmaster of a peculiar school
Naunton Wayne as Mr. Tewkesbury, a peculiar solicitor
1 Produced by H. B. FORTUIN
Bella, his secretary:
Dole with Everything
Introduced by RENÉ CUTFORTH
Absenteeism increases: executives retire with golden handshakes and substantial unemployment pay; farm workers can often receive more money from social security than from wages ... People live off the state with scarcely a care —and old-age pensioners find it difficult to make ends meet. What can we do about some of these anomalies of the welfare state?
Produced by Alan Burgess
Introduced by OLEG KERENSKY who talks about a seventeenth-century children's picture-book called Orbis Pictus
NAOMI Lewis on Swinburne, a critical biography by Jean Overton Fuller
CLAIRE TOMALIN on Save Me the Waltz, a novel by Scott Fitz gerald's wife
Zelda BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE on Ned Kelly-man and myth by Professor Manning Clark and others
Produced by Russell Harty
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