Marghanita Laski introduces the first programme of a new series designed to present fashion ideas to every woman. On this occasion viewers see hats, accessories, and complete outfits, suitable for the Spring, and especially for Easter.
Masses of red-hot glass being pulled out till they stretch for 30 or 40 feet, and jugs being trimmed with scissors are among the strange sights viewers see tonight during a visit with Richard Dimbleby and Brian Johnston to one of Britain's oldest glass factories.
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