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: Trooping the Colour

H.M. The King takes the salute at the first full-dress parade since 1939 of the ceremony of Trooping the Colour, held in celebration of His Majesty's birthday
From the Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall.
H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth is present at the saluting base.

Contributors

Commentary: Henry Green

: Designed for Women

Introduced by Jeanne Heal.

Dressmaking
Helena Geffers shows how to make a blouse and handbag to match.

The Little Match Girl
A dramatisation of Hans Andersen's fairy tale provides Mary Field with an illustration of the question: 'Are we giving our children the right entertainment?'

Health and Beauty
Lady David Douglas Hamilton demonstrates exercises for the legs

Television Bookshelf
E. Arnot Robertson discusses some recent books.

Cooking
Philip Harben follows the late Marcel Boulestin's instructions on a record and shows how to make the perfect omelette.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Presenter: Jeanne Heal
Item presenter (Dressmaking): Helena Geffers
Item presenter (The Little Match Girl): Mary Field
Story mimed by (The Little Match Girl): Helen Crockford
Arranged by (The Little Match Girl): Yvonne Le Dain
Exerciser (Health and Beauty): Lady David Douglas Hamilton
Item presenter (Television Bookshelf): E. Arnot Robertson
Cook (Cooking): Philip Harben
Producer: Helena Malinowska

: Deep Waters

A new play by G. Hackforth-Jones and H. G. Stoker.
[Starring] Esmond Knight
(Second performance: for details see Sunday at 8.30 p.m.)

Contributors

Writer: G. Hackforth-Jones
Writer: H. G. Stoker
Producer: Michael Barry
Captain Charles Baxter, R.N.: Esmond Knight

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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