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.
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.
Item presenter (Children's Art):
The Countess of Albemarle [name
Reviewer (Television Bookshelf):
Item presenter (Apples):
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.
Presented for television by:
The Earl of Lister:
The Countess of Lister:
Lady Caroline Smith:
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