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Practical help for the housewife.
Introduced by Joan Gilbert.

Family Affairs
Dr. Winifred de Kok answers questions submitted by viewers.

Basic Cookery
Elinor Jones shows Janet Turner how to make some hot and cold sweets.
Arranged in association with the Queen Elizabeth College, University of London

Keeping Fit
Eileen Fowler recommends some exercises and gives a preview of the display she is providing for the Central Council for Physical Recreation at Wembley.


Joan Gilbert
Item presenter (Family Affairs):
Dr. Winifred de Kok
Arranged by (Family Affairs):
Julia Bull
Cook/item presenter (Basic Cookery):
Elinor Jones
Guest (Basic Cookery):
Janet Turner
Exerciser (Keeping Fit):
Eileen Fowler
S. E. Reynolds

Wings of the Fleet
A visit to the Royal Naval Air Station, Arbroath.
(By permission of the Admiralty and the Commanding Officer)

The King's Square
by Keith Latham.
(Second performance: March 27)

(to 17.55)


Writer (The King's Square):
Keith Latham
Producer (The King's Square):
Barbara Hammond
Designer (The King's Square):
Stephen Bundy
W. Thorp Devereux
Christie Humphrey
John Rogers
Jonathan Hamilton:
John Miller
Charles Fitzsinclair:
Michael Collins
George Fitzsinclair:
John Stuart

A West of England Magazine.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.

Coast to Coast
Reports of topical events and interviews with personalities of the moment.

A House of Your Own
Two years ago, at Okehampton in Devon, a prototype house was built for £650. Mr. Leslie Bailey, the Rural District Council Surveyor, reports on the result of this experiment.

The Bristol Ballet Club
A performance of three West-Country dances from their annual stage presentation.

(Wenvoe, Rowridge, North Hessary Tor, Truleigh Hill and Alexandra Palace only)
(to 19.15)


Cliff Michelmore
Reporter (A House of Your Own):
Leslie Bailey
Dorothy Woods
Presented by:
Peter Bale

A magazine for the under-twenty-ones.
Introduced by Howard Williams and Margaret Gilder and including acts by young professional entertainers, Sport, Interest, a Personal Problem, and 'Your Turn'.
This month those appearing are from Lancashire.


Howard Williams
Margaret Gilder
Music directed by:
Steve Race
Michael Westmore

from the Reading Museum and Art Gallery.
The Experts include:
Sir Mortimer Wheeler, Professor of Archaeology, University of London
Thomas Bodkin, Former Director of the Barber Institute and Professor of Fine Arts at Birmingham University
The Challenger: Reading Museum and Art Gallery
Chairman, Glyn Daniel, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge


Sir Mortimer Wheeler
Thomas Bodkin
Glyn Daniel
Presented by:
Paul Johnstone

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