Ella Gordon Park reports on a trip to Norway.
Building a Wardrobe
Meriel Millen advises Janet Turner on foundation garments.
Tim Clarke shows a collection of rare porcelain teapots.
Scenes from a circus presented by members of a Women's Institute.
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A serial in six parts by Eileen Blackburn based on the story by Louisa M. Alcott.
Adapted and produced by Pamela Brown.
The action of this episode takes place in the village of Valrosa, Northern Italy, in the year 1850.
Based on the story by:
A series of documentary films on world problems that are the urgent concern of the United Nations.
The story of the International Labour Organisation.
Produced by Norman Swallow in collaboration with the International Labour Organisation and the U.N. Films Division
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The story of the recent expedition to the forests of West Africa in search of rare birds and animals, told by the leader, Jack Lester, of the London Zoo.
Filmed by Charles Lagus and directed in Africa by David Attenborough.
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