A weekly programme of games and other indoor pursuits that you can enjoy under your own or somebody else's roof
A bidding match between two international pairs, in which the partners, speaking from different studios, express their thoughts aloud
Introduction and commentary by Terence Reese
Training Dogs for show and for the home
A discussion between Barbara Fielding, a judge at championship shows including Cruft's, and Barbara Woodhouse, an expert in training.
Arranged by Elisabeth Rowley
Introduced by Joy Worth
The Sutton Hoo Burial Ship
Introduced by Rupert Bruce-Mitford
Keeper of the Department of British and Medieval Antiquities,
C. W. Phillips '-
Director of the Sutton Hoo Excavation
Keeper of the Research Laboratory at the British Museum
Lecturer in Anglo-Saxon Archaeology in the University of Durham
Professor of European Archaeology in the University of Oxford
In 1939 a Saxon ship burial at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk revealed a remarkable collection of grave goods which set archaeologists many interesting problems of preservation and interpretation.
Produced by John Irving
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