Practical help for the housewife.
Presented by Joan Gilbert.
Mrs. Bessie Braddock, M.P., speaks of the difficulties of buying outsize clothes.
Enquiry Into...: Pressure Cookers
Marguerite Patten discusses with an expert whether food prepared in a pressure cooker retains more flavour and value than food cooked by ordinary methods.
First Aid in the Home
The British Red Cross Society gives general hints on the treatment of accidents and injuries in the home.
W. P. Matthew helps Freda Bamford to do more jobs about the home.
Item presenter (Outsize Clothes):
Dresses selected by (Outsize Clothes):
Item presenter (Enquiry Into...):
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The story of a young sculptor who became the glory of Florence.
A play for television by C.E. Webber.
The play takes place in Florence, about the year 1540.
The Duke of Florence:
Benvenuto Cellini, a goldsmith:
Andrea d'Agnolo, a painter:
Baccio Bandinelli, a sculptor:
Riccio, the Duke's treasurer:
A comedy by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber.
The action of the play takes place in the Cavendishs' apartment in New York.
Kitty Lemoyne Dean:
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