(3-CD box set) Françoise Dolto (1908–1988) was a famous “doctor of child-rearing” known for her special insight into childhood, her sense of humor, and her unique talent for explaining psychoanalytic theory in simple terms. Dolto’s work significantly helped to change the status of children in modern society. She also had a talent for presenting her ideas in front of an audience, and her radio shows are remarkable for this and are also historically extraordinary. This set features a thematic selection of these shows during their first year (1976-1977). It is dedicated to the appearance of the child in family life. The following subjects are treated: order, disorder, adoption, games, aggression. In French.