Joan Robins, in the first of a series of four programmes dealing with special diets, offers advice to those who entertain sufferers from diabetes
Recipe of the week:
1 cake: -C. 4P. 9F. 97 Calories
4 ozs. ground almonds
2Â½ oz of milk
1 oz. margarine
1 oz. desiccated coconut
5 tablets saccharin
Place milk, saccharin, and margarine in a small bowl and stand in a saucepan of hot water to melt the margarine and dissolve the saccharin. Beat the eggs well in a basin and stir in the contents of the bowl. To the mixture add the almonds and coconut. Stir well. This should produce a thin paste. Divide the paste into ten slightly greased tins or greaseproof cases and cook in a hot oven for 15-20 minutes. Keep in an airtight jar. (Joan Robins)
A short film about life on the farm and modern developments in agriculture
A programme for the very young.
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Audrey Atterbury pulls the strings
Harry Rutherford visits Leicester.
A serial in eight parts, adapted for television from the book by E. Nesbit and produced by Dorothea Brooking.
The action takes place in 1906.
Adapted and produced by:
A twenty-minute glimpse into the not-so-private lives of The Western Brothers
(Kenneth and George).
The problem of cancer is part of the unsolved problem of growth and life itself, but diagnosed cancer is not a sentence of death. Experts in cancer treatment and research show what cancer is and how it can be treated successfully. They also indicate the direction along which progress may be expected. Among those taking part are:
Professor D. W. Smithers
Professor W. V. Mayneord (of the Royal Cancer Hospital)
Michael Abercrombie (Lecturer in Embryology at University College, London)
Professor D. W.
Professor W. V.
At the Locarno, Streatham and join the dancers at the Shrove Tuesday Carnival.
Between dances relax and watch:
The Finals of the Sunday Dispatch National Championships
Reg Harris making an attempt on his record 96.77 m.p.h.
So Many Memories
A pot-pourri of ballroom dances since 1912.
The Galloping Major
A new novelty dance.
Music for dancing by Sammy Ash and his Band
Billy Harrison and his Quartet
Johnny Kerrison and his Samba Quintet
Master of Ceremonies: Barrie Edgar
Cyclist (Roller Cycling):
Arranged By (So Many Memories):
Presented By (The Galloping Major):
Sammy Ash and his
Billy Harrison and his
Johnny Kerrison and his Samba
Master of Ceremonies:
Presented for television by: