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: Racing from Kempton Park

(Under National Hunt Rules).
A visit to the Kempton Park Racecourse to see the following events:
Weybridge Steeplechase: Three miles
Staines Long-Distanee Hurdle Handicap: Three miles
Cranford Handicap Steeplechase: Two miles
Peter Dimmock assisted by Peter O'Sullevan helps viewers to follow the sport.

Contributors

Commentator: Peter Dimmock
Assisted by: Peter O'Sullevan

: Kay on the Keys

Kay Cavendish

Contributors

Pianist: Kay Cavendish

: Racing from Kempton Park

(continued)

: Gardening

F. Streeter gives a demonstration of seed sowing

Contributors

Presenter: F. Streeter

: Racing from Kempton Park

(continued)

: Between Ourselves

An Intimate Revue by Eric Maschwitz and Norman Hackforth
With Bill Fraser, Avril Angers, Valerie Tandy, Wallas Eaton, Gordon Little, Eunice Gayson, Peggy Willoughby, Gordon Humphrys, John Benson and Billy Regan.

Contributors

Writer: Eric Maschwitz
Writer: Norman Hackforth
Additional material: Alan Melville
Additional material: Harold Plumptie
Additional material: Denis Waldock
Additional material: Reginald Purdell
Performer: Bill Fraser
Comedienne: Avril Angers
Performer: Valerie Tandy
Performer: Wallas Eaton
Performer: Gordon Little
Performer: Eunice Gayson
Performer: Peggy Willoughby
Performer: Gordon Humphrys
Performer: John Benson
Performer: Billy Regan
Choreography: Beatrice Appleyard
Additional routines: Freddie Carpenter
Orchestra director: Eric Robinson
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Adapter and producer: Henry Caldwell

: Nomination Billiards: Sydney Lee v Barbara Meston

Contributors

Player: Sydney Lee
Player: Barbara Meston








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