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: Designed for Women

Introduced by Jeanne Heal.

Children's Art
Kate Adamson discusses pictures, including the prize winner, from the National Exhibition of Children's Art.

The Countess of Albemarle, Chairman of the National Federation of Women's Institutes, describes its work.

Manja Mourier sings songs from England and the Continent.

Television Bookshelf
E. Arnot Robertson reviews some recent books.

Raymond Bush gives advice on storing, cooking, and eating apples.

Marguerite Patten shows how to use apples in a Somerset recipe for hot apple cake.

(to 16.00)


Presenter: Jeanne Heal
Item presenter (Children's Art): Kate Adamson
Interviewee (Interview): The Countess of Albemarle [name uncredited]
Singer (Music): Manja Mourier
Reviewer (Television Bookshelf): E. Arnot Robertson
Item presenter (Apples): Raymond Bush
Cook (Cooking): Marguerite Patten
Producer: Helen Malinowska

: The Chiltern Hundreds

A comedy by W. Douglas Home.
[Starring] A.E. Matthews, Marjorie Fielding and George Curzon
The original stage production by Colin Chandler presented for television by Eric Fawcett.


Author: W. Douglas Home
Settings: Richard Greenough
Stage Production: Colin Chandler
Presented for television by: Eric Fawcett
The Earl of Lister: A.E. Matthews
The Countess of Lister: Marjorie Fielding
June Farrell: Jane Fergus
Bessie: Diane Hart
Beecham: George Curzon
Lord Pym: Hugh Kelly
Lady Caroline Smith: Gladys Boot
Mr. Cleghorn: Tom MacAulay

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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