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Six films about children and the influences on them.

"Perhaps my first realisation of what the sexual act entailed was through dirty jokes told to me by my friends in my last years in primary school.
I'd been brought up with all these kind of ideals, and then quite recently I started thinking well what is the point of preserving your virginity till you're married - you might get a big bring down."

In infancy most children glean sexual information surreptitiously. In teenage they face conflict between traditional morality and constant sexual titillation in 'pop' and advertising - and in this dilemma they are mostly left to make their own decisions.

Contributors

Director:
Richard Broad
Producer:
Ian Martin

A look at the world through European eyes.
Introduced this week by Derek Hart with the help of the cameras of the European television networks.

Contributors

Presenter:
Derek Hart
Associate Producer:
Geoffrey Baines
Producer:
Anthony Smith

A series featuring song, music, and comedy, and the best from the world of entertainment.
Starring Andy Williams
and this week's guests: Bing Crosby, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Kate Smith, The Young Americans
A programme recorded in the U.S.A.
(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/Presenter:
Andy Williams
Guest:
Bing Crosby
Singer:
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Singer:
Kate Smith
Singers:
The Young Americans

The British premiere of "Farewells"
Written, produced, and directed by Roland Verhavert.
Based on a novel by Ivo Michiels.
A Belgian film with English subtitles.

Doubt can turn a fond farewell into a wretched parting.
See page 55

Contributors

Writer/Producer/Director:
Roland Verhavert
Based on a novel by:
Ivo Michiels
Pierre Wesselmans:
Julien Schoenaerts
Laure Wesselmans:
Petra Laseur
Jessen:
Senne Roeffaer
Mr. Frenkel:
Edward Deleu
Bus Conductor:
Kris Betz
Girl:
Marlene Edeling

BBC Two England

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