With Anne de Nys and John Ridley (entertainers), Reg Varney (comedian), Hilary Allen (songs), The Four Monarchs (instrumentalists), The Blakeman Trio (equilibrists), Freddy Harris and Partner (conjurers), Mantovani and his Orchestra.
W. P. Matthew (the radio amateur handyman) introduces his series with a demonstration on the use and care of tools and equipment essential for running repairs to the house.
The London Ballet under the artistic direction of Nat Dolsky presents Caprice Viennois
Pianists, Jeanne Phillips and Dorian Barnard
In a park in old Vienna a young girl loses her heart to both a poet and a carefree Hussar. Despite the mockery of her friends and the attempts of her governess to stop her, she flirts and dances with both.
In a symposium of views on this topical and controversial subject you see and hear Lord Hacking (Chairman of the Travel Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and Chairman of the Tourist Division of the British Tourist and Holiday Board); Robert Hartman (traveller and broadcaster); Bernard Hollowood (economist and Punch artist); Philip Harben (gastronomist); Major A. H. Jones (of the Hotels Association); and Herbert Hodge (who will stand in for the anxious British holidaymaker). Lilo Linke, well-known traveller, now here from Ecuador, will consider the question from the would-be traveller's point of view.
This modern ballet expresses man's eternal quest for the illusionary ideal created in his own mind.