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: Designed for Women

Jeanne Heal introduces a programme of special interest to women.

The Housewives' Survey
Eva Hubback, Principal of Morley College, discusses the preliminary results of her survey on women's interests and activities.

Games Eight to Twelve
Arthur Marshall, in an original sketch, describes the cares of a hostess at a holiday party.

Sculpture and Ballet
Dora Gordine, with the help of Elizabeth Gammond, shows how the sculptor's work can capture the movements of the ballet.

Clocks
Winifred Joel illustrates the design of clocks with examples from her own collection.

Cooking
Marguerite Patten shows some sweets easy enough for children to make.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeanne Heal Speaker (The Housewives' Survey): Eva Hubback
Actor (Games Eight to Twelve): Arthur Marshall
Sculptor (Sculpture and Ballet): Dora Gordine
Dancer (Sculpture and Ballet): Elizabeth Gammond
Expert (Clocks): Winifred Joel
Cook: Marguerite Patten
Producer: Helena Malinowska

: Poison Pen

A play by Richard Llewellyn.
The action of the play takes place in the vestry and the rectory of a village somewhere in the West Country.

Contributors

Author: Richard Llewellyn
Producer: Douglas Allen
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Mrs Scaife: May Hallatt
Mrs Reynolds: Nell Carter
Mrs Mellowes: Evelyn Moore
Badham: Sam Lysons
Mrs Cashelton: Marjorie Zeidler
Connie Fately: Barbara Leake
Colonel Cashelton: Patrick Waddington
Inspector Colclough: Neville Brook
Mr Fullergrave-Rees: Roddy Hughes
Reverend John Rainrider: Andrew Cruickshank
Phryne Rainrider: Dorothy Black
Sam Hurrin: David Greene
Len Griffin: Erik Chitty
Mrs Harboard: Amy Dalby
Malcolm McCleod: Geoffrey Murphy
Rose Rainrider: Sonia Williams
Mrs Colclough: Elizabeth Maude








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