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: Fashions Around the World

The world-wide contribution of traditional dress to the modem fashions of London, Paris, and New York explained by Bettie Macpherson. Illustrated by original costumes from many lands and the latest models from fashion centres of the present day.
From Radiolympia.

Contributors

Commentary: Bettie MacPherson
Presented By: A. Miller Jones

: Come and Be Televised

Members of the public who have accepted the BBC's invitation to 'Come and Be Televised', tell viewers about their jobs, hobbies, or interesting experiences. From Radiolympia.

: Variety in Sepia

Negro music from Africa to Harlem
Cast in order of appearance:
Vroom and his dancers
Mable Lee
Evelyn Dove
Edric Connor
The George Williams Choir
Cyril Blake and his Calypso Band
Buddy Bradley
The Business Men of Rhythm
Winifred Atwell
Woods and Jarrett
Adelaide Hall
From Radiolympia

Contributors

Dancers: Vroom and his dancers
Singer: Mable Lee
Singer: Evelyn Dove
Singer: Edric Connor
Singers: The George Williams Choir
Musicians: Cyril Blake and his Calypso Band
Dancer: Buddy Bradley
Dancers: The Business Men of Rhythm
Pianist: Winifred Atwell
Performers: Woods and Jarrett
Singer: Adelaide Hall Musical accompaniments: Eric Robinson and his Orchestra
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Eric Fawcett

: The Eye of the Artist

Three artists: John Skeaping, F. H. K. Henrion, and Molly Paxton are asked to give their own interpretations of a subject set for them in the studio. As they work, R. H. Wilenski, well-known art critic and writer, talks with them and discusses the ideas behind their pictures.

Contributors

Artist: John Skeaping
Artist: F. H. K. Henrion
Artist: Molly Paxton
Presenter: R. H. Wilenski
Producer: Mary Adams








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