Margot Lovell, with the assistance of Dr. E.G. West, Technical Director of the Aluminium Development Association, examines domestic products made in aluminium.
Margot Lovell reports on what she thinks will be of interest to you in the shops this week.
A programme for the very young
Maria Bird brings Andy Pandy to play with your small children
Janet Ferber sings the songs
Audrey Atterbury pulls the strings
(Andy Pandy appears again on Thursday at 3.45 p.m.)
Narrator/Script, music and settings:
featuring John Clements, Greta Gynt, Hugh Sinclair, and Godfrey Tearle.
A film about the German occupation of a port in the North of France, and the attempt by members of the Resistance Movement to fight back.
Maj. von Kleist:
Mayor Pierre Duchesne:
Since the beginning of time man has been fascinated by the moon. He has worshipped it, studied it, blamed it for mishap and disaster, and is seeking to explore it.
Arthur C. Clarke, of the British Interplanetary Society, describes man's endeavours from earliest times to reach the moon, illustrated by strange inventions in fact and fiction, and explains how, through recent advances in rocket propulsion, man may realise this ambition in our lifetime.
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