Pies without Pastry
Evelyn Rose shows unusual crusts for summer flans.
From the BBC's North of England studios
Eleanor Summerfield, instructed by Frank Preston, puts up a shelf.
The month's best value in fruit, vegetables, and flowers discussed by Frances Perry.
Christine Veasey offers some ideas for making attractive curtains.
Introduced by Joan Gilbert.
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(A BBC Television Film)
[Starring] Peter Butterworth
Adrian Hill gives some hints on picture making and shows you some of your own work.
Sea and Ships: 1: Cape Horn
Alan Villiers discusses his films with Peter Scott.
Alan Villiers has been in sail since he was fifteen years old and commanded the last full-rigged ship to sail round Cape Horn. In this first programme he talks to Peter Scott about some of his own films made rounding the Horn and aboard a square-rigged training ship.
From the BBC's West of England television studio
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This great Australian Test cricketer looks back on the present series and offers some controversial ideas for brighter cricket in a discussion with R. W. V. Robins.
Introduced by Brian Johnston.
R. W. V.
[Starring] Joan Davis in the film series I Married Joan
The Soviet Army Ensemble on the eve of their departure for Leningrad in a spectacular farewell performance of dancing, music, and songs.
Presented for television by:
by Howard Spring.
[Starring] Emrys Jones
"You know what life is here: Horeb Chapel and a night at the flicks and Mam and Aggie arguing and old Taliesin Howells in to tea. Oh God mun! The dreams I had of getting out of it". These words are spoken by David in the late nineteen-thirties on his return from London and the new life he has made for himself to Cwmdulais, the Rhondda mining village where he was born, and where Jinny Morgan who loves him is waiting for him to marry her.
The Rev Taliesin Howells:
Edinburgh International Festival
A late-night entertainment of a light-hearted nature provided for you by some of the artists appearing on the fringe of this year's Edinburgh International Festival.
Introduced by Mary Malcolm.