Saturday, 30 June 2012

Philosophy- 28th June 2012



Join Kathy and Lorenza on the Parent Show, giving you handfuls of helpful parenting tips, sidelined with popular music of today. This week's topic is on the subject of teaching philosophy to children and its benefits. Joining them in this discussion is Rob Torrington from the organisation known as The Philosophy Foundation, Claire Bedford who is a educational psychologist. Plus, a recorded interview with Catherine Bickers, a mum from North London who took her children to a Philosophy Day.

Pets- 21st June 2012



Join Kathy and Lydia on the Parent Show every week on Thursday at 8:00pm, giving you handfuls of helpful parenting tips, sidelined with popular music of today. This week, they discuss the subject of pets.

Flat Head Syndrome- 14th June 2012

Join Kathy and Lydia on the Parent Show every week on Thursday at 8:00pm! Giving you handfuls of helpful parenting tips, sidelined with popular music of today, this week's topic is on the cause and treatment of Plagiocephaly, also known as 'Flat Head Syndrome'.

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Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Providing- 7th June 2012

Join Kathy and Lydia on the Parent Show every week on Thursday at 8:00pm! Giving you handfuls of helpful parenting tips, sidelined with popular music of today, this week's topic is on various methods of providing for your children.

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Olympics- 31st May 2012


On this week's parents' show, Trevor and Kathy dedicate the hour to an Olympic Special, to discuss how your children can be encouraged to participate in activities in the coming months. Special guests include Judy Murray, the current tennis Fed Cup Captain and Neil Burgess, a local dad and one of the Olympic torch bearers for Hertfordshire.

Thursday, 7 June 2012

Fostering- 24th May 2012


On this week's parents' show,  Lydia and Kathy talk to Sally Beaumont, the recruitment manager in Herts County Council for fostering and Alan, a local dad and foster parent of 3. Also in the studio is Margie Skinner, co-author of the book ' The Step-Outside Guide' and Claire Healy with news of the local goings-on.