A television version of the radio play about circus life by Caryl Brahms and S.J. Simon.
Philip Harben shows how to make pancakes for Shrove Tuesday.
A television magazine televised every second Friday.
Leslie Welch challenges all viewers to defeat him on any question about sport. He gives his answers impromptu, and any viewer who 'stumps' him will be sent Saving Stamps to the value of fifteen shillings.
A dramatic demonstration of some tips for self-defence, by 'The Stunt Film Specialists'.
Meet Your Favourite Author: 1 - Peter Cheyney
A famous writer talks to viewers about the craft of writing.
Something from London's past provided and demonstrated by permission of the London Museum.
Something from a British factory provided and demonstrated by permission of the Council of Industrial Design.
Viewers are invited to tell 'Kaleidoscope' of any object with a story attached to it that they may own. It will then be shown to viewers and the story told.
A song with the word 'blue' in the title. Viewers choose the song and Lind Joyce sings it.
How To -
An expert comes each fortnight to show how to do one of the simple things that have to be done so often.
The Boys in the Back Room
A worker from Britain's Television Service comes out of his back room to face the cameras and in an interview with McDonald Hobley tells viewers about his job.
Programme introduced to viewers by McDonald Hobley, and edited and produced by John Irwin.
All correspondence in connection with this programme should be addressed to:
'Kaleidoscope', [address removed]
with Carole Carr, Denny Vaughan, Archie Lewis, and Three Boys and a Girl.