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Kids’ secret spots revealed!

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CBC reporter Marilyn Goldberg asks kids about their personal hiding places. Find out where and why kids are hiding and what they do in their secret space. The kids also offer their opinions on whether adults need their own hiding places sometimes.

Medium: Radio
Program: Anybody Home?
Broadcast Date: Nov. 24, 1979
Host: David Schatzky
Reporter: Marilyn Goldberg
Duration: 3:09
Photo: ©iStockphoto.com/ Jan Tyler

Did You know?


• The world's most famous hiding place is likely the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, where Jewish teenager Anne Frank and her family lived in secret from the Nazi regime for over two years during the Second World War. The Franks shared the two-storey, 500-square-foot space with four other Jews until their capture in August 1944. No longer much of a hiding place, the house draws around a million tourists each year.


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