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: Designed for Women

Introduced by Daphne Padel.

Street Trained
It is estimated by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents that dogs are responsible for at least one out of every six road accidents. Barbara Woodhouse shows how the number can be reduced.

Music
Irene Kohler plays the piano.

Lace
Jeanne Heal talks about the history of lace.

Shopping and Fatigue
G. A. McPartlin, specialist in physical education, advises housewives how to avoid unnecessary weariness when shopping and, by using correct exercises, how to relieve strain.

Round the Shops
Margot Lovell reports on what she thinks will interest you in the shops.

(to 16.00)

Contributors

Presenter: Daphne Padel
Item presenter (Street Trained): Barbara Woodhouse
Pianist (Music): Irene Kohler
Item presenter (Lace): Jeanne Heal
Item presenter (Shopping and Fatigue): G. A. McPartlin
Reporter (Round the Shops): Margot Lovell
Edited and produced by: S. E. Reynolds

: For the Children: John of the Fair

An adventure of the English fairgrounds of 1812.
Freely adapted for television by Macgregor Urquhart from the novel by Arthur Groom.
(to 18.00)

Contributors

Adapted for television by: MacGregor Urquhart
Author: Arthur Groom
Producer: Vivian Milroy
Settings: Lawrence Broadhouse
John Claydon: John Charlesworth
Ma Miggs: Golda Casimir
Jasper Sly: David Phethean
Doc Claydon: Edgar K. Bruce
Sir Thomas Renton: Michael Ward
Lord Larden: Robert Lynn
Isaac Samuels: John Fitzgerald
Parlour maid: Joan Sims
Capt Jonathan Jiggers: Frank Foster
Prof Dominic Valder: David Davies
Polly Valder: Brenda Beith
Lucy Blane: Marie Hopps
Sarah Willmot: Esma Cannon
Clerk of the Court: Harold Young
Sir William Gervase: Raymond Rollett
Lawyer James Moon: Stanley Vine
The Rev Martin Greenslade: John Boddington
Other parts played by (Jem): David Askey
Other parts played by: Simon Broome
Other parts played by (Constable Sniff): John Citroen
Other parts played by: John Kerrison
Other parts played by (Rough): Alan Maxwell

: Voices of Music

A visit to the Exhibition of British Musical Instruments Dating from the Fourteenth Century to 1851, organised by the Galpin Society at the Arts Council, St. James' Square, London.
Programme introduced by Sir Steuart Wilson.

Contributors

Presenter: Sir Steuart Wilson
Presented by: Aubrey Singer

: British Association for the Advancement of Science Presidential Address by H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh

A BBC Television film of last night's Inaugural General Meeting of the 1951 session in Edinburgh.
followed by Newsreel, Weather Forecast and News
(sound only)

Contributors

Speaker: H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh








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