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: Racing from Sandown Park

(Under National Hunt Rules)
Viewers will see the Prince's Handicap Steeplechase over 3 miles 5 furlongs and 25 yards and the two subsequent races.
Clive Graham is in the Paddock to identify the runners and describe the scene there before the start.
The commentary on the races is given by Peter Dimmock assisted by J.L. Topham.

Contributors

Reporter: Clive Graham
Commentary: Peter Dimmock
Assisted by: J.L. Topham

: Eddie Carroll

at the piano

Contributors

Pinaist: Eddie Carroll

: Racing from Sandown Park

(continued)

: Racing from Sandown Park

(continued)

: Cliff Gordon in: Twice Upon a Time

A revue
Book, music, and lyrics by Cliff Gordon

with Diana Decker, Bettie Bucknelle, Joy Adams, Tom Linden, Edward Palmer,
Alan Christie, Ian Carmichael and The Young Ladies and Gentlemen of the Company

Contributors

Book, music and lyrics: Cliff Gordon
Choreography: Sheila Rawle
Choreography: Tom Linden
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Producer: Cliff Gordon
Producer: Michael Mills
Performer: Cliff Gordon
Performer: Diana Decker
Performer: Bettie Bucknelle
Performer: Joy Adams
Performer: Tom Linden
Performer: Edward Palmer
Performer: Alan Christie
Performer: Ian Carmichael

: Saturday-Night Story

A new short story told by Algernon Blackwood.

Contributors

Storyteller: Algernon Blackwood
Presented by: Robert Barr

Blog post that mentions this programme:

A taste of the scary 31 October 2015








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