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Summer 2003 Programmes
Themes: Materials, Teeth, Seals, Fantasy
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Programme 2
Programme 3
Programme 4
Programme 5
Programme 6
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Programme 1: Rocks and Stones SELB number: RK 0706
Broadcast Date: 29 April 2003
Image of a volcano erupting
A programme to increase awareness of the variety of rocks and minerals found, and some of the uses made of them.
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Programme 2: Sand SELB number: RK 0707
Broadcast Date: 6 May 2003
Image of a sandy beach
Following on from the previous week's broadcast about rocks, this programme looks at sand, how it is formed and some of its uses.
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Programme 3: Textures SELB number: RK 0708
Broadcast Date: 13 May 2003
Image of some building bricks
A look at all sorts of textures e.g. sticky, smooth, soft, prickly, bumpy, knobbly - and relating them to music particularly soft smooth music, and 'prickly' bouncy music. A wide variety of examples and styles will be played.
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Programme 4: Charlie Cheesy Grin SELB number: RK 0709
Broadcast Date: 20 May 2003
Image of a boy holding flowers
A programme to emphasise the importance of caring for your teeth, as a follow-up to 'National Smile Week' 12 - 18 May.

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Programme 5: Seal Rescue SELB number: RK 0710
Broadcast Date: 27 May 2003
Image of a seal with cubs
A programme all about seals. The story tells of the rescue of an injured baby seal, who is taken from Rathlin to the Seal Sanctuary at Exploris, in Portaferry. His name is Roan, the Irish for seal.
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Programme 6: The Monster in Lough Neagh SELB number: RK 0711
Broadcast Date: 3 June 2003
Image of a man on a boat
There are monsters in this weeks programme which tells of some amazing adventures when Nessie, the wild monster from Scotland, came to visit her peaceful cousin in Lough Neagh. Never heard of him?
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