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Introduced by Jeanne Heal.

I'd Like you to Meet...: John Laurie

In Miniature
Kristin Hughes-Stanton describes how she has designed, made, and completely furnished a doll's house.

Roses in December
Marghanita Laski shows embroidery, rugs, and flower paintings in which roses provide the theme for the designs.

Music
Norman Hackforth sings popular songs to his own piano accompaniment.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeanne Heal
Guest (I'd Like you to Meet...):
John Laurie
Item presenter (In Miniature):
Kristin Hughes-Stanton
Item presenter (Roses in December):
Marghanita Laski
Singer/pianist (Music):
Norman Hackforth
Producer:
Jacqueline Kennish

Bengo: Bengo Goes to a Christmas Party
Some adventures of a boxer puppy, drawn by Tim.

Sweets
Jacqueline Rose shows you a simple way of making some sweets without cooking.

It Happened to Me
Tom Stobart, cameraman with the 1953 Everest Expedition, tells of his experiences and shows some of the film he shot.

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Contributors

Artist (Bengo):
Tim (William Timym)
Presenter (Sweets):
Jacqueline Rose
Presenter/cameraman (It Happened to Me):
Tom Stobart

A mystery play by Ella Adkins and Gordon Harbord.
[Starring] Emrys Jones and Ursula Howells

Emrys Jones and Ursula Howells
'The Case of Dr. Ambrose'
Only in the most desperate circumstances would any man contemplate an exchange of identities with another of whose life he knew little. But Norman Bancroft is desperate enough to take the risk, and his motives are not entirely selfish.
On a false accusation by a woman patient, he has been struck off the Medical Register at a time when he is near success in experiments with a vaccine which may save thousands of lives, and in such circumstances he believes himself justified in entering into the arrangement with his cousin, Tony Ambrose-another doctor, but one who has lost his enthusiasm for the profession.
A sympathetic colleague will perform the minor plastic surgery necessary to complete the likeness between the cousins. Then Bancroft will enter practice again as Ambrose; Ambrose will be given money to emigrate as Bancroft; and the experiments will continue. It would all be quite safe and simple, were it not for the impossibility of taking on another man's future without also inheriting his past.

Contributors

Writer:
Ella Adkins
Writer:
Gordon Harbord
Producer:
Dennis Vance
Settings:
John Cooper
Director:
Ayton Whitaker
President of the British Medical Council:
Alec Finter
Dr. Norman Bancroft:
Emrys Jones
Paul Challoner:
Keith Shepherd
Mrs. Penrose:
Gladys Boot
Mrs. MacPherson:
Betty Henderson
Mrs. Carter:
Joyce Chancellor
Enid Lane:
Ursula Howells
Miriam Bell:
Miriam Karlin
Detective-Inspector Peters:
Brian Wilde
Detective-Sergeant Farrow:
Geoffrey Barrie

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