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A weekly programme for mothers and fathers

Will my baby's eyes be blue?
Eileen Molony asks a doctor who specialises in the study of genetics some of the questions raised by a listener who is expecting a baby.
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Bringing up a Teenage Daughter
An American, a French, and an English mother compare experiences and discuss the provisions made for teenagers in their different countries.
(BBC recording)


Robin Holmes
Interviewer (Will my baby's eyes be blue?)/Arranged by:
Eileen Molony
Interviewee (Will my baby's eyes be blue?):
A doctor [name uncredited]
Speaker (Bringing up a Teenage Daughter):
An American mother [name uncredited]
Speaker (Bringing up a Teenage Daughter):
A French mother [name uncredited]
Speaker (Bringing up a Teenage Daughter):
An English mother [name uncredited]

Basil and Dorothy Street learn why it is important to know when one word is run into another.
In the Study:
Teachers, George and Miguel (Roger Delgado and Angel Luna)
Pupils, Dorothy and Basil Street (Vanessa Redgrave and Basil Jones)
Demonstrators, Carlos and Maria (Amadeo Leris and Elena Morton)
In Spain: First Spaniard (Amadeo Leris); Second Spaniard (Angel Luna); Waiter (Amadeo Leris): Basil and Dorothy

(BBC recording)
For notes and vocabulary see page 59


Jack Sage
R.A. Escoffey
In the Study - Teacher, George:
Roger Delgado
In the Study - Teacher, Miguel:
Angel Luna
In the Study - Pupil, Dorothy Street:
Vanessa Redgrave
In the Study - Pupil, Basil Street:
Basil Jones
In the Study - Demonstrator, Carlos:
Amadeo Leris
In the Study - Demonstrator, Maria:
Elena Morton
In Spain:
First Spaniard: Amadeo Leris
In Spain:
Second Spaniard: Angel Luna
In Spain:
Waiter: Amadeo Leris

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