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A weekly programme for mothers and fathers
Learning to Talk by a speech therapist
Round about three years old speech undergoes a profound change: a toddler learns to ask why and what for. He now wants things explained, and through these explanations he acquires the ability to express himself and to reason.
Last of three programmes
Long Live Punch ! by David Holbrook
Why is it that Punch and Judy Shows are still the same favourites with children today as they were fifty years or more ago? The speaker believes it is because they help children to come to terms with violence, death, and cruelty in a comic form which the child can take part in, absorb, and accept. Mr. Holbrook illustrates his talk with recordings made by a Punch and Judy man.
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Compère, Colin Doran
Arranged by Eileen Molony

Contributors

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David Holbrook
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Judy Shows
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Colin Doran
Arranged By:
Eileen Molony

Network Three

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