The 'D' Scheme and You
Joan Robins explains how the 'D' scheme affects women.
Joane Edmunds gives advice on the care of the hands.
Fashions in Knitted Clothes
James Norbury displays some examples by well-known designers.
Virginia Hewett shows how to make artificial roses at home.
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A play about three robbers and a saint by Laurence Housman.
(Jeremy Spenser is appearing in 'The Innocents' at Her Majesty's Theatre, London)
Second performance next Sunday
Britain's Fastest Steam Engine
Stephen Wade has a look over (and under) the Class A4 locomotive Mallard, holder of the steam traction record of 126 miles an hour. He also sees how the driving wheels are removed from a tank engine.
From the Motive Power Yard, King's Cross
Writer (Sister Gold):
Producer (Sister Gold):
Presenter (Britain's Fastest Steam Engine):
Presented By (Britain's Fastest Steam Engine):
A fortnightly review of films.
The programme includes scenes from 'Clash by Night', an RKO Radio Picture; 'We're Not Married', a Twentieth Century-Fox production; 'My Six Convicts', a Columbia picture; 'The Importance of Being Earnest', a J. Arthur Rank Organisation release; 'Mandy', an Ealing Studios production.
Introduced by John Fitzgerald.
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