I'd Like You to Meet....
Doreen Stephens, Editor of Television Women's Programmes, discusses future plans, and introduces Janet Turner-television's Easter bride.
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Eugenie Alexander shows a new use of applique work in making pictures.
Gran's Spring Tonic
Aileen Mills tells another story of Elizabeth Pentreath, the village dress-maker.
Colin Kingsley at the piano.
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The story of the recent expedition to the forests of West Africa in search of rare birds and animals, told by the leader, Jack Lester, of the London Zoo.
Filmed by Charles Lagus and directed in Africa by David Attenborough.
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