Practical help for the housewife.
Presented by Joan Gilbert.
In Your Garden
Frances Perry suggests work to be done in your garden during October.
For Winter Evenings
James Norbury shows how to knit a rug in shorter time and at less cost than by the usual methods.
See 'For the Woman Reader' -page 45
I'm Building a House
Daphne Padell reports on progress over the past few weeks.
Item presenter (In Your Garden):
Item presenter (For Winter Evenings):
Reporter (I'm Building a House):
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Television cameras visit the Delegate Hall at the Hearts of Oak Building, Euston Road, London, for a programme of magic presented, before an invited audience, by members of the Magic Circle: Chris Charlton, George Grimmond, David Nixon, Col-Ling Soo, Leslie Wilson.
Introduced by Francis White, Secretary of the Magic Circle.
See 'Television Diary' on page 15
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