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An unrehearsed discussion by women, for women, about problems of special interest to women.
Are girls taught the wrong things in our schools? Is their education just an imitation of boys' education?
Speakers:
E. Arnot Robertson (writer and broadcaster), Jill Craigie (film director and writer), Lilian Charlesworth (headmistress of Sutton High School for Girls, recently President of Headmistress Association)

Contributors

Speaker:
E. Arnot Robertson
Speaker:
Jill Craigie
Speaker:
Lilian Charlesworth
Producer:
David Bryson

A programme for the very young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in songs and games. Julia Williams sings the songs, Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Narrator/Script, music, and settings:
Maria Bird
Singer:
Julia Williams
Puppeteer:
Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer:
Molly Gibson

by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Adapted for television and produced by Joy Harington.
The action takes place in the 'Admiral Benbow' Inn and in Squire Trelawney's study.
(Christine Lindsay is appearing in 'The Seventh Veil' at the Princes Theatre, London)

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Author:
Robert Louis Stevenson
Adapted for television and produced by:
Joy Harington
Settings:
Richard Henry
Captain Billy Bones:
Ernest Borrow
Jim Hawkins:
John Quayle
Black Dog:
Peter Jones
Blind Pew:
Willoughby Gray
Mrs. Hawkins:
Christine Lindsay
Dr. Livesey:
Valentine Dyall
Squire Trelawney:
Raymond Rollett
Pirate:
Anthony Cope
Pirate:
Robert Cawdron
Pirate:
Reginald Hearne

Bernard Shaw's will provides the latest chapter in the complicated story of English spelling. The provisions of the will and Shaw's lifelong interest in spelling and phonetics are reviewed by W. J. Brown and I. J. Pitman, M.P., both of whom have strong views on these questions.
(Eric Stenton writes on page 42)

Contributors

Speaker:
W. J. Brown
Speaker:
I. J. Pitman
Research:
Eric Stenton
Producer:
John Read

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