|01||01||Time To Talk, Time To Play||19990215||19990829|
Kirsty Wark examines issues affecting child development.
Series 1 is from birth to five years, series 2 is from five- to nine-year-old.The stimulation that a baby receives in its first few months has far-reaching consequences for the development of its brain.
|01||02||Being Who You Are||19990222||19990905|
How children develop a healthy sense of their own identity.
|01||03||Mums And Dads||19990301||19990912|
How children become aware of gender and sexuality.
|01||04||Saying It Aloud||19990308||19990919|
On becoming articulate and literate.
|01||05||Onward And Upward||19990315||19990926|
Learning through play.
|01||06 LAST||Comings And Goings||19990322||19991003|
Dealing with separation sensitivity.
|02||01||Making Friends And Falling Out||20000126|
|02||02||Because I Say So||20000202|
What children think of the rules that govern their lives at school and at home.
|02||03||You And Me||20000209|
How children acquire a sense of identity and develop prejudices.
|02||04||My Mum Will Kill Me If She Finds Out||20000216|
Sex, smoking and drugs - how children make sense of an adult world.
|02||05||On Your Marks||20000223|
How the race for academic achievement affects young children.
Are boys more likely to suffer than girls?
|02||06 LAST||Going With The Grain||20000301|
How to tune into a child's natural intelligence and style of learning.