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: Cricket: Fifth Test Match - England v. Australia

A visit to the Oval to see the first day's play in the last Test Match. Brian Johnston and E. W. Swanton are beside our cameras in the Pavillon to help viewers follow the match

Contributors

Commentator: Brian Johnston
Commentator: E. W. Swanton

: Olympic Games and The Test Match

Visits are made to the Oval to watch more of the first day's play in the Fifth Test Match, and to the Empire Stadium, Wembley, to see part of the Prix des Nations. This competition is a jumping contest over a course not exceeding 1100 metres and containing thirteen or fourteen obstacles, some of which are combination fences making a total of sixteen to twenty obstacles.
Teams of three riders from each competing nation take part and the competition must be carried out at the gallop.
After the Prix des Nations, the Olympic Games come to an end with a short Closing Ceremony.

: Jolly Roger or The Admiral's Daughter

A musical burlesque by Scobie Mackenzie and V.C. Clinton-Baddeley, with music by Walter Leigh
Others taking part: Brenda Gay, Vera Faldo, Teresa Taylor, Prudence Walter-Ellis, Ross Alexander, George Armitage, Archie Baker, Basil Hemming, and David Maxwell.
The scene is laid in the year 1690 in and about the town of Kingston. Jamaica, and on board a pirate ship at sea.

Contributors

Author: Scobie MacKenzie
Author: V.C. Clinton-Baddeley
Music: Walter Leigh
Settings designer: James Bould
Dances arranger: Donald Journeaux
Associate Musical Director: William Cox-Ife
Orchestra conducted by: Alfred Reynolds
Adapted for television and produced by: Desmond Davis
Sir Roderick Venom, the cruel Governor of Jamaica: Gavin Gordon
Sir William Rowlocks, Admiral of the Fleet: Fabian Smith
Jolly Roger, a young planter: Dennis Bowen
Bold Ben Blister, late of the Royal Navy: Bill Stephens
The Bloody Pirate, terror of the Spanish Main: Richard Watson
Three Cut-throats - Tom: John Clifford
Three Cut-throats - Dick: Victor Woolf
Three Cut-throats - Harry: Freddie Fowler
Amelia, the Admiral's daughter: Billie Baker
Flora Pott, her companion: Nuna Davey
Prudence, her maid: Christine Lindsay
Others taking part: Brenda Gay
Others taking part: Vera Faldo
Others taking part: Teresa Taylor
Others taking part: Prudence Walter-Ellis
Others taking part: Ross Alexander
Others taking part: George Armitage
Others taking part: Archie Baker
Others taking part: Basil Hemming
Others taking part: David Maxwell

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