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: Betty Huntley Wright

in Songs


Singer: Betty Huntley Wright

: Home Affairs: Food and Health

A discussion between R.S. Hudson, M.P., Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Health and John Hilton.

Two discussions on 'food and health' will be televised today. Robert Spear Hudson, who will appear this afternoon, was last year appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Health. During his political career he has been the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Labour, and in 1935-36 he was Minister of Pensions.


Speaker: R.S. Hudson
Speaker: John Hilton
Presentation: Mary Adams

: Casse-Noisette (Act 2)

[Starring] The Vic-Wells Ballet Company
with Harold Turner, Mary Honer, Claude Newman, Gwyneth Matthews
The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader, Boris Pecker
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
(See article on page 3)


Dancer: Harold Turner
Dancer: Mary Honer
Dancer: Claude Newman
Dancer: Gwyneth Matthews
Choreography: Ivanos
Music: Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
New decor: null Doubijinsky
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Producer: Sergeueff
Television Presentation: Stephen Thomas

: Hella Kurty

in Viennese Songs


Singer: Hella Kurty

: Home Affairs: Food and Health

A discussion between R.S. Hudson, M.P., Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Health and John Hilton.

The week before last, on February 18, Leslie Hore-Belisha, the Minister of Transport, came before the television camera to talk about national roads. Today another Cabinet Minister, Sir Kingsley Wood, Minister of Health, is to appear in a discussion with John Hilton. Sir Kingsley Wood was knighted in 1918, and has been Minister of Health since 1935.


Interviewee: R.S. Hudson
Interviewer: John Hilton
Presentation: Mary Adams

: Casse-Noisette

[Starring] The Vic-Wells Ballet Company
(Details as at 3.30)

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