Tips for the Tenderfoot
Hints for campers by Thurlow Craig, who for many years lived the life of a frontiersman in South America.
Introduced by G. V. Wynne-Jones.
4.30 From London
A visit to a famous London park with the 'Roving Eye' to see how some Londoners spend Sunday afternoons.
Bob Howarth is your guide.
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Quick on the Draw: The Appleyards v. The Rest
A children's parlour game devised by Dorothea Brooking.
Chairman, Humphrey Lestocq
The House with a Secret
by Theodora Caldwell.
The action takes place in a house in Edinburgh in the year 1870.
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A visit to Greenwoods, the lovely mansion and estate in Essex and country centre of the West Ham Central Mission, which viewers saw a fortnight ago.
Greenwoods, acquired in 1946 by the Mission, is a place where everyone young and old can find peace and encouragement.
by Hans Miller and Erik Charell.
[Starring] Belita and Max Wall
A special performance, before an invited audience, at the Empress Hall, London (by arrangement with Claude Langdon)
Presented for Television by:
Josephina, proprietress of the 'White Horse Inn':
Janet Wylie, his daughter:
The Marquartsteiner Schuhplattler
Skating Corps de
Empress Orchestra and
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