On the Farm
Eric Gold welcomes you to Church End Farm, Maxstoke, and introduces you to his family.
In the Garden
P. J. Thrower and Roland Smith sow seeds in boxes, take some chrysanthemum cuttings, and spray the fruit trees.
Alan Knight, a blacksmith, works with wrought iron.
James Fisher talks about some of the winter birds, including the fieldfare, redwing, and wild fowl.
Programme edited and introduced by Godfrey Baseley.
Farmer (On the Farm):
Eric Gold Gardener (In the Garden): P. J.
Gardener (In the Garden):
Blacksmith (The Craftsman):
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Skipper Peter Butterworth and Porterhouse welcome you aboard.
Others at sea are:
Mr. Merlin, ship's engineer
Humpty Dumpty, ship's look-out
Sooty, the ship's mascot with Harry Corbett
and Martin Lukins, ship's cook and the cabin boy
'The Skipper's Yarn'
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Written for television by Eric Maschwitz.
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