I'd Like You to Meet....: Peter Russell
Member of the Incorporated Society of London Fashion Designers, who talks about the display of British fashions sent to Australia for the Royal Tour.
Harry Fowler, film actor and 'phillumenist', brings his collection to the studio.
Parliament and People
Two Members of Parliament, a Conservative and a Socialist, discuss some of the important topics to be dealt with in the session of Parliament which opens today.
Time for Music
Gerald Moore, the distinguished accompanist, plays piano pieces.
Speaker (I'd Like You to Meet....):
Item presenter ( I Collect.....):
Pianist (Time for Music):
Penelope Davidson gives hints on make-up before her production: "Pirates Can't be Gentlemen" by Jean M. Thorpe.
Author ("Pirates Can't be Gentlemen"):
Programme presented by:
Tough Tom, Bo'sun:
Stage Manager and Sheriff:
from the Nuffield Centre before an audience of H.M. Forces.
Michael St. Clair introduces: Larry Cross, Rondart, Dorothy Ashton, Russell Waters
At the pianos, Steve Race and Malcolm Lockyer
At the drums, Geoff Lofts
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