I'd like you to meet...
Lady Megan Lloyd George who reflects on her career as a Member of Parliament and on the place of women in politics.
Dorothy Rogers shows decorative paper sculptures that are easy to copy.
Preparing for Christmas
Edward Hyams, owner of a vineyard in Kent, recommends some wines for
Antony Hopkins plays and describes both familiar and unfamiliar piano music by Brahms.
Speaker (I'd like you to meet...):
Lady Megan Lloyd
Item presenter (Paper Sculpture):
Item presenter (Preparing for Christmas):
Pianist/item presenter (Music-Maker):
Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel adapted for television in six parts by Penelope Knox.
Scene: London, about 1890.
Adapted for television by:
Winnie, the housemaid:
Miss Minchin, the headmistress:
Miss Amelia, her sister:
Lavinia, a pupil:
Ermengarde, a pupil:
Mr Carrisford, the Indian gentleman:
Ram Dass, the Indian servant:
New inventions submitted since the last meeting are assessed by the club's technical adviser, Geoffrey Boumphrey. The inventors are introduced by the organiser, Leslie Hardern, to whom all specifications should be sent, c/o Inventors' Club [address removed]
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