A selection from the latest fashions and fabrics at a recent trade exhibition.
Anna Krista plays traditional Austrian airs on the zither.
Jacquetta Hawkes describes the work of an archaeologist and invites the support of the amateur in local excavations.
Stories for Children
Joyce Cornish-Bowden, Director of the Nursery Schools Association of Great Britain, gives mothers some hints on telling stories to young children.
Care of Furniture
Dr. R. C. Fisher, of the Forest Products Research Laboratory, gives advice on how to prevent damage by the woodworm.
Phyllis Calvert talks about her hobby - book collecting - and shows some of her favourite books.
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