Kate Don advises on the care of the skin.
Elizabeth Pentreath and the Acting
Aileen Mills tells another story of the village dressmaker.
Make the Best of Yourself
Mavis Woods is advised about new clothes by Meriel Millen, and a new hair style by Bernard Greenford.
Julitha Walsh from the Bush Country of Australia
Item presenter (Good Looks):
Storyteller (Elizabeth Pentreath and the Acting):
Participant (Make the Best of Yourself):
Stylist (Make the Best of Yourself):
Hairstylist (Make the Best of Yourself):
Speaker (Commonwealth Visitor):
Molly Weir tells a story illustrated by Bill Hooper.
For Older Children: Swiss Family Robinson: Part 1
An American film based on the novel by Johann Rudolf Wyss with Thomas Mitchell, Edna Best and Freddie Bartholomew.
Part 2: November 16
Author (Swiss Family Robinson):
William Robinson (Swiss Family Robinson):
Elizabeth Robinson (Swiss Family Robinson):
Jack Robinson (Swiss Family Robinson):
A magazine for the under-twenty-ones.
Introduced by Shirley Eaton and Howard Williams including acts by young professional entertainers, sport, interest, a personal problem, and 'Your Turn'.
This month those appearing are from the Nottingham area.
Music directed by:
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