Practical help for the housewife.
Presented by Joan Gilbert.
Joan Robins and Doris Panton, a hosiery expert, discuss nylon stockings and how to prolong their life.
Toffee and Sweet Making
Lawrence Martin shows how to use the better sugar supplies to make sweets at home using ordinary kitchen utensils.
Bringing up Jasper
Macdonald Daly reports on the dog's progress.
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A play for television by Modwena Sedgwick.
[Starring] Jeanne de Casalis
The action takes place in and around Fortune House, on the Essex marshes, in the year 1801.
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This afternoon members of the Incorporated Society of London Fashion Designers were privileged to show Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother a private view of their latest models.
Tonight viewers see some of the same models in the same setting.
Televised direct from the Hampstead home of Sir Kenneth and Lady Clark.
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