Jeanne Heal introduces a programme of special interest to women.
The Woman Behind the Wicket
Yvonne Arnaud spends a busy afternoon preparing her husband's cricket gear.
Health and Beauty
Lady David Douglas Hamilton concludes her demonstrations of exercises for the waist and shoulders.
Dr. Ethel Dukes, of the Marriage Guidance Council, explains the work of the Council.
E. Arnot Robertson discusses some recent books.
Carmen del Rio sings songs from Spain and South America.
Marguerite Patten tells about cura cakes from Yorkshire.
Script (The Woman Behind the Wicket):
[Actress] (The Woman Behind the Wicket):
Exerciser (Health and Beauty):
Lady David Douglas
Item presenter (Marriage Guidance):
Item presenter (Television Bookshelf):
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