The invention of childhood [soundrecording] / BBC Audio; presented by Michael Morpurgo; written by Hugh Cunningham and Michael MorpurgoPublisher: London, BBC, 2006; broadcast between 4th September and 13th OctoberDescription: 6 x sound discs (c. 7 hours 30 min in total) Booklet with abstract and contents.Subject(s): CHILD DEVELOPMENT : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IM | CHILDHOOD : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IM | HISTORY : PSYCHOLOGY I7 | CHILDREN : KINSHIP GROUPS : SOCIAL SCIENCES KQA | COMPACT DISCS (AUDIO) 2STOther classification: IM7 2ST
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Written by Hugh Cunningham and Michael Morpurgo; executive producer Beatrice Rubens
Presented by Michael Morpurgo; readings by Timothy West, Jack Blumenau, Philip Fox, Adam Godley, Sara Kestleman, Anna Maxwell Martin, Gerard McDermott
BBC Radio 4 series charting the history of childhood from the Middle Ages to the present day. Presented by Michael Morpurgo and written by Hugh Cunningham and Michael Morpurgo.