A medical magazine introduced by JOAN YORKE
Specialist in the Studio: a physician answers listeners' questions on kidney diseases
Poisons-Handle with care!: A toxicologist talks to Angela Pain about accidents that can happen at home
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.
5: Seven Years to Puberty
What are the most important features of this stage of a child's development? And how can his needs best be met during this period?
DOROTHY GARDNER , o.B.E., formerly of the Department of Child Development, University of London Institute of Education, examines these questions and looks at some particular problems which can crop up in the residential setting Introduced by DR. PENELOPE LEACH
Produced by Dennis Simmons
Broadcast on November 3. 1967
Maugham, the Storyteller
Flotsam and Jetsam adapted by VAL GIELGUD
Third of a series of plays based on the short stories of W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
Scene: A rubber plantation house in Borneo.
Wednesday's broadcast (Radio 2)
Surrounded by sea. suspended in the age of paraffin without two wires to rub together to tune themselves into the electronic age, the islanders of Coll in the Hebrides talk about their bread and their boots and their beliefs, and how happy they are with the world that passes them by..... Introduced by NICHOLAS BARRETT
Produced by Russell Harty
A family magazine
Introduced by Tim GUDGIN and including:
' You must have noticed....':
MARJORIE PROOFS takes a sideways look at this week's events
George: rugged, individualistic, and friend of STAN RATCLIFFE
Barbaraville: SONYA CALLINGHAM visits the patch of ground in Hertfordshire which has been turned into a permanent home for two Romany families
All they're cracked up to be:
ZENA SKINNER gives some tips about using eggs in cooking tYour letters
The Tremendous Adventures of Major Gahagan
Thackeray's comic novel adapted for broadcasting and produced by TERENCE TILLER
A series of seven readings by VICTOR LUCAS
3: The Lord of the Elephants followed by Thackeray's poem Titmarsh's Song of Lille read by FREDERICK TREVES
by Henry Cecil Andrew CruickshankJudge Cecil, in thirteen cases from his London County Court-Fact or Fiction?
5: Something for Nothing with guest star Tony Britton as Mr Trent, sued by his betting partner for £ 1,500— the other's alleged share of their joint winnings from a system that turns out to he infallible
Produced by H. B. FORTUIN
Broadcast on Jan. 21. 1988 (Radio 2)
Mr Broadway, Counsel for the plaintiff:
John Peters, the plaintiff:
Clerk of the Court:
bringing you each week voices of people concerned with the topics and troubles of today Children in Crisis
Can Britain's welfare services cope with the growing problem of neglect and distress among our children? How much needs to be done, and will it be done in time?
Introduced by JEAN METCALFE
Produced by Michell Raper
JONATHAN RABAN on D. J. Enright 's Memoirs of a Mendicant Professor
MICHAEL BALDWIN on new fiction
PAT WILLIAMS on The Sultan's Admiral-the life of Barbarossa, by Ernie Bradford
Produced by Russell Harty
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