of Old Cars by Cecil Clutton
Cecil Clutton , co-author of The Vintage Motor-Car and past president of the Vintage Sports-Car Club, expresses his personal view that a car is of no interest or merit simply because it is old: it should also be good, kept in tip-top order and ready for use.
A weekly programme for mothers and fathers
A paediatrician gives the second of three monthly talks on some children's habits that parents find distressing and hard to deal with Final talk, January 27: -
Most children look forward to their parties-most parents dread them. What sort of food to provide? Should there be organised games? How long ought the party to last? What do you do about the child who doesn't want to go?
The three parents who in November discussed making toys for Christmas offer some practical suggestions.
Ernest Parrott , Audrey Parrott and John Harvey
Arranged by Eileen Molony and Janet Walters
13—On Feeling III
George suggests some simple rules about translating for,' and talks about being ' hot' and ' cold.' When Dorothy feeb ill Basil tries to remember what he has learned, in a chemist's shop in .Madrid.
IN THE STI'DY:
TEACHERS, George and Miguel (Roger Delgado and Silverio de la Torre)
PUPILS, Dorothy and Basil Street (Vanessa Redgiave and Basil Jones)
DEMONSTRATORS, Maria and Carlos (Elena Morton and Amadeo Leris)
Chemist (Silverio de la Torre); First Spaniard (Amadeo Leris); Second Spaniard (Amadeo Leris); First wonnn (Elena Morton); Second woman (Elena Morton)
Script by Jack Sage
Produced by R. A. Escoffey
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