You never need feel guilty about parking your little ones in front of a Disney movie again, according to British anthropologist and author Desmond Morris. He’s told the BBC that watching musical fantasy stories such as Cinderella and Alice In Wonderland is good for children’s development. Whereas what’s very harmful are TV programmes which are “too quick  and too raucous. It doesn’t allow the child to take in what it’s seeing,” Morris said. “But as far as feature films are concerned, they’re wonderful. Apart from the story, there’s also the musical impact and the visual impact.” Morris says the key is for parents to view Disney films with the little ones. “It’s wrong to use the TV screen as a substitute for interaction with the parent. The point is that if a parent sits down with a child, that’s different from just dumping a child in front of the TV screen.”