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: For Women: About the Home

Practical help for the housewife.
Presented by Joan Gilbert.

First Aid in the Home
A representative of the British Red Cross Society shows the treatment to be given for burns.

Pastry Making
Philip Harben demonstrates the art of making flaky pastry.

Lamp Shades
Gwenyth Clark illustrates simple methods for re-covering old lamp shades.

Handy woman
W. P. Matthew gives instruction in spring decorating.

(to 16.00)

Contributors

Presenter: Joan Gilbert
Cook (Pastry Making): Philip Harben
Item presenter (Lamp Shades): Gwenyth Clark
Handyman (Handy woman): W. P. Matthew
Edited and produced by: S. E. Reynolds

: Children's Television: Winnie-the-Pooh: 4 - In which Eeyore loses a Tail and Pooh finds One

[Starring] The Commedia Puppets directed by Peter Hayes
A series based on the stories of A. A. Milne and decorations by Ernest H. Shepard.

Contributors

Puppets director: Peter Hayes
Author: A. A. Milne
Decorations: Ernest H. Shepard
Settings: Jill Crockford
Presented by: Pamela Brown
Pooh: Cameron Hall
Christopher Robin: Dorothy Gordon
Owl: Anthony Woodruff
Eeyore/narrator: Deryck Guyler

: Children's Television: The Magic of Marearclla

A play, for older children by H. E. Blyth.
The action takes place in a theatre in a large provincial town.
Time: The present
(to 18.35)

Contributors

Writer: H. E. Blyth
Settings: Lawrence Broadhouse
Producer: Dorothea Brooking
Tim: Robert Sandford
Janie Tim's sister: Penelope Bell
Dick Martin, their father: Alastair Hunter
Bob Ridgeway, manager of the theatre: Graham Leaman
The Mighty Marcarella: Dino Galvani
Cho-sen, his assistant: Herbert Wise
A stage manager: Donald Masters
An usherette: Ann Cherry

: The Wanderer

A play by Guido Cantini.
Translated and adapted by Victor Rietti.

Contributors

Author: Guido Cantini
Translated and adapted by: Victor Rietti
Producer: Fred O'Donovan

: Current Release

A fortnightly review of films.
The programme includes scenes from films and studio interviews with leading personalities of the cinema world.
Introduced by John Fitzgerald.

Contributors

Presenter: John Fitzgerald
Presented by: W. Farquharson-Small

: Newsreel

: Weather Forecast and News (sound only); followed by The Zebra Crossings

The Minister of Transport, The Hon. J. S. Maclay, c.M.G., M.P.
Recording of the broadcast in the Home Service at 9.15.
(Sound only)

Contributors

Speaker (The Zebra Crossings): The Hon. J. S. Maclay








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