About the Home
Backyard Poultry-Keeping: 5
W.R. Wooldridge, Director of the Animal Health Trust, and one of the leading veterinary surgeons in the world talks about health and disease in laying hens.
Marguerite Patten introduces the winner of the Marmalade Competition and demonstrates her recipe.
New ideas for the housewife by Margaret Douglas.
Introduced by Joan Gilbert.
Our Miss Pemberton: 2: Re-opening Again
Written by Philip King and Falkland Cary.
A story of life today in a small town.
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Mrs. Hyde Wright:
David Enders tells the story.
Sam and Elizabeth Williams make the pictures
(A BBC Television Film)
H. Baines, F.R.I.C., F.R.P.S., comes to the studio to show you some of the experiments from his six Christmas Lectures at the Royal Institution.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore including the presentation of trophies to the National Sportsboy and Sportsgirl of the Year chosen by you and the BBC Junior Sportsview
Personality of 1956 chosen by Sports Editors of the National Press.
The presentations are made by Peter Dimmock and televised direct from the National Schoolboy's Own Exhibition at the New Horticultural Hall, London.
Alicia and her cat tell you a story.
A plan for dealing with Britain's housing problem is the subject of this new film featuring Miss Margaret Herbison M.P.
featuring Petula Clark with The Dallas Boys and Pet's Boy Friends of the week.
Orchestra conducted by:
[Starring] Fred Emney
with Betty Driver, Edwin Styles, Robin Richmond, Roger Avon and "Mr. Earlsfield".
Orchestra directed by:
by R. F. Delderfield.
Some professions acknowledge no public holidays. While the public takes its ease, some sections work hard. Burglars, for instance... Thus, though it is Christmas Day, duty has called Boxer Baker, his sister Beetie, his nephew Rocco, Rocco's girl Lil, and the egregious Eggyboy. This is a family job-but it is no outing. Cunningly, they have taken a lease on an empty shop next to a jewellers. Now they have all day, all night, and all Boxing Day to break their way quietly through. But if time is on their side, nothing much else is, Least of all Jessie Roydon who runs the cafe next door.
As a team they are comically incompetent - and their troubles have hardly yet begun.
A challenge in observation from the West Region.
The Experts: Sir Hugh Casson, David Verey , F.S.A., Andrew Wordsworth
Chairman, John Betjeman
Monica du Toit and Frances Hurly
Just before Christmas a group of South African artists arrived in London under the leadership of Erik Chisholm, conductor and composer. They are at present giving a festival of South African music in Great Britain. Among them are these two young girls, who have already shown themselves to be a distinguished piano duo in a repertoire ranging from Bach to Benjamin. Tonight they play a varied group of their lightest and most brilliant pieces.
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