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A Boy's Will by JANET FRAME Read by Nyree Dawn Porter
' " As I have told you, Lily, it's a scientific career for him. With his IQ." ... His mother had said in tones of awe, as if she had been describing an elusive beast instead of his intelligence, that it was so high it had gone off the page ... Aunt Lily replied; " These tests are not as reliable as they were once thought to be."
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The Farmer and the Tourist Should Be Friends? DEREK JONES discusses their differences.
Breakdown: psychologist STUART SUTHERLAND talks to BARBARA MYERS about his own experience of mental illness and reviews present methods of treatment.
CAROLINE PARSONS talks to MARGUERITE STOCKER about her days as a prison governor. BBC Bristol
A Squirrel Forever (3)
A child disappears from home. A violent patient disappears from a mental hospital. The police have the problem of locating them - with no time to lose.
Six chapters of bookish pleasure, introduced by Amanda Theunissen 5: I Will Be Yours, Mr Rochester
Tormented passion - enduring love - romantic agony: as portrayed in literature, these emotions and the heroic figures who suffered them have enriched the imaginations of generations of lovers.
Stan Barstow, Patricia Beer and Susan Hill in a heart-to-heart conversation.
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