A film of one of the most beautiful Tudor dwellings in England. Compton Wynyates is the home of the Marquess of Northampton, and was built by his ancestor William Compton in the reign of Henry the Eighth.
(Previously televised on March 6)
You are invited to join The Television Toppers on a visit to Prince's International Circus at the Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl.
(By arrangement with Capt. Prince Cox and the Rhyl Urban District Council)
(By arrangement with Jack Hylton and George Black Alfred Black)
and Orchestra directed by Eric Robinson
Orchestra directed by:
Arranged and produced by:
Dr. Kenneth Smith shows that left handedness is not limited to writing, and demonstrates by means of experiments with well-known personalities that most right-handed people are left-handed in some ways.
Viewers are asked to perform certain simple tests and invited to submit the results in writing to 'Right hand. Left hand', [address removed]
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