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: Demonstration Film

(to 12.00)

: Cookery: 5: Dishes for convalescents

Marguerite Patten shows how dishes can be fitted into family meals, and prepares:
Beef Darioles
Chicken Broth
Lamb and Potato Souffle
Rice Cream with Fresh Fruit Saiad
Recipe of the week: Lamb and Potato Souffle -
2 tablespoons cooked lamb
2 heaped tablespoons mashed potato
1 egg
1 tablespoon milk seasoning
Either mince lamb, or chop finely. Mix with the potato, seasoning and milk. Next stir in the egg yolk and lastly the stiffly beaten egg white. Put into well greased souffle dish. Place in the centre of a moderately hot oven-Mark 5 or 425 degrees F. for 25 minutes. Serve at once.
Marguerite Patten

Contributors

Presenter/cook: Marguerite Patten
Produced by: S. E. Reynolds

: Two short films: Eagles of the Fleet

A recent film about the work of Naval Aviation (formerly the Fleet Air Arm).

: Two short films: Land of the Kodavas

A travel film about a little-known part of India.

: Andy Pandy

A programme for the very young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Audrey Atterbury pulls the strings

Contributors

Narrator/Script, music and settings: Maria Bird
Singer: Gladys Whitred
Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury

: For the Children: Northern Sketches

Harry Rutherford visits the Manchester Zoo.

Contributors

Illustrator: Harry Rutherford

: Ice Skating

A Winter Olympics film.

: For the Children: The Powder Monkey

An incident of Trafalgar.
Freely adapted for television by Macgregor Urquhart from the novel "All Guns Ablaze" by Arthur Groom.
[Starring] Andrew Osborn and Jeremy Spenser
The producer writes on page 47

Contributors

Author: Arthur Groom
Adapted for television by: Macgregor Urquhart
Producer: Alan Bromly
Settings: Richard Henry
Lord Nelson: Andrew Osborn
Captain Hardy: Philip King
Snooks: Wensley Pithey
Ben: Francis de Wolff
Tom: Reginald Barratt
Rene: Harold Young
Barney: Jeremy Spenser
Bos'n: Robert Cawdron
An Officer: John Drake
Sailor: Ralph Hiles
Sailor: Paddy Hayes
Sailor: Frank Sieman
Sailor: Freddie Owen

: Down the Centuries: 1: Queen Elizabeth and her Times

A series of four visits to the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, in which the television cameras show the way of life of the people of Britain from Queen Elizabeth's day to Queen Victoria.
Tonight Sir Lee Ashton, Director of of the Museum, tells the story of some of the Museum's greatest treasures of four hundred years ago.

Contributors

Presenter: Sir Lee Ashton

: Face to Face

A play written for television by Emery Bonett.

Contributors

Writer: Emery Bonett
Producer: Kevin Sheldon
Settings designed by: Barry Learoyd
An author: Norman Tyrrell
Angel: Diana Dors
Craig Brown: Robert Ayres
A doorman: John Baker
Vincent Granam: John Gatrell
Myrtle Beninger: Sarah Lawson
Grace Hassett: Thea Holme
A telegraph girl: Sonia Moray
Serena Pentonville: Elizabeth Gray
Richard Beringer: John Benson
Blake: Claude Bonser
Arthur Beringer: Julian D'Albie

: Newsreel

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.20)








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