Introduced by Betty Lait.
From the National Radio Show:
Take Your Choice
Margaret Douglas invites two visitors to the Exhibition to select hats for themselves.
From the Studio:
Verrall Dunlop reviews some of the latest kinds of plastic materials.
Marie-Jeanne shows how to prepare a rum-baba by a method not well known in this country.
Marjorie Richards shows beginners how to make a basket.
Item presenter (Take Your Choice):
Cook (French Cookery):
For the Very Young
David Enders tells the story.
Sam Williams and Elizabeth Williams make the pictures
(A BBC Television film)
Cooking with Jacquie Rose
who shows some novel dishes from America.
(From the National Radio Show)
The Appleyards: 8 - Romany Holiday
by Mary Campden.
Cook/presenter (Cooking with Jacquie Rose):
Writer (The Appleyards):
Producer (The Appleyards):
Queen of the Gypsies:
Lord Aberconway's home at Bodnant, near Conway, North Wales, has long been celebrated for its beautiful gardens.
Television cameras take viewers on a visit there before the summer flowers fade.
Stars of sport and television in a series of light-hearted and serious competitions.
Basher Mills's Boxing Booth
London Porters' Basket Race
Professional Golfers v. The Stars
(by arrangement with Devereux Promotions. Ltd., and Wimbledon Palais)
Alf Gover's Potted Cricket Match
Amateur Weightlifting: a crack at the record
The Television Donkey Derby and Tug o' War between the Television Toppers and members of the Health and Strength League.
Metropolitan Police Central Band and Trumpeters
Conductor: Roger Barsotti A.R.C.M.
Director of Music
(by permission of the Commissioner of Police, Metropolis, Sir John Nott-Bower. K.C.V.O.)
Participants (Tug o' War):
Metropolitan Police Central Band and
Presented for television by:
by William Shakespeare.
Adapted for television by Dallas Bower.
A short programme of quiet music conducted by Arwel Hughes from the yew tree stage at Bodnant Gardens.
Soloist, Shan Emlyn
Music presented by A. Watkin Jones (who writes on page 15)
Music presented by: