Practical help for the housewife.
Presented by Joan Gilbert.
D. L. Martin advises on the care to be taken with kittens, and shows a champion cat.
Accidents at Home
W.P. Matthew explains elementary precautions to prevent accidents on staircases.
Joan Gilbert, under the direction of a doctor of the British Red Cross Society, shows how to give first-aid treatment for fractures.
(Arranged in conjunction with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and the Casualties Union)
Round the Shops
Margot Lovell reports.
Item presenter (Cats):
Handyman (Accidents at Home):
Expert (Accidents at Home):
A doctor [name
Reporter (Round the Shops):
Edited and produced by:
A play by Cesare Meano.
Translated by Jordan Lawrence.
[Starring] Mary Jerrold, Margaretta Scott, and Marjorie Fielding
The action takes place in Northern Italy.
Lietta, her great-granddaughter:
Palmira, her daughter:
Delia Rivani, her granddaughter:
Marco, her grandson:
Guido Rivani, Delia's husband:
with Roy Rich in the chair and Elizabeth Gray, Patricia Cutts, Paul Jennings and Kenneth Horne finding the letters.
The game devised by:
The game devised by:
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