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: Forecast of Fashion

Selections from the London spring fashion shows. Programme arranged by Bettie Macpherson and described by Aileen Grisewood.

Contributors

Programme arranged by: Bettie MacPherson
Commentary: Aileen Grisewood

: Variety

Introduced by Derek Roy with
Trio Constants (equilibrists)
The Armour Boys (comedy boxing)
The Four Calorie Sisters (musical speciality)
Waller and Kidd (songs at the piano)
Kizmi and Karen (tap dancers)
Doreen Duke (songs)
Nat Allen and his Orchestra

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Roy
Equilibrists: Trio Constants
Comedy boxers: The Armour Boys
Musicians: The Four Calorie Sisters
Pianists: Waller and Kidd
Tap dancers: Kizmi and Karen
Singer: Doreen Duke
Musicians: Nat Allen and his Orchestra
Producer: Ian Atkins

: Out of the Ruins

A film on the efforts of Greece to recover from the effects of war and invasion. It shows what UNRRA is doing to aid this recovery and covers all phases of Greek life today. The film also depicts the modern world's debt to Greece in the fields of culture, science, law, and government. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada

: Forecast of Fashion

Selections from the London spring fashion shows. Programme arranged by Bettie Macpherson and described by Aileen Grisewood.

Contributors

Programme arranged by: Bettie MacPherson
Commentary: Aileen Grisewood

: Golf Demonstration

In the fourth of his golf demonstrations, Bill Cox, the Ryder Cup International, shows viewers the various methods of recovery from a bunker.

Contributors

Presenter/golfer: Bill Cox

: Harry Riley

(cartoonist)

Contributors

Cartoonist: Harry Riley

: Ivor Dennis

(piano)

Contributors

Pianist: Ivor Dennis








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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