For younger children
Meet the Penguins: 1 - The Southern Lights Party
by Josephine Smith Wright.
Sports and Pastimes
Capt. Sammy Cole introduces some of his fun and fitness boys.
For Deaf Children
Jasmine Bligh introduces a programme which includes making Christmas cards, and the story of the Deaf Children's Art Exhibition held in October.
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Built by Robert Adam in 1763, Luton Hoo contains a collection of art treasures made by Sir Julius Wernher at the beginning of this century, one of the finest private collections in existence. This film introduces you to the house, its surroundings, and the collection itself.
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