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: Motor-Cycle Hill Climb

A visit to Readercott Hill, Knatts Valley, Kent, to see some of the heats in the hill climb organised by Bromley Motor Club and Sidcup and District Motor-Cycle Club
Murray Walker assists viewers to follow the events.

Contributors

Commentator: Murray Walker

: In Our Garden

C. P. Quarrell shows how to use cloches for ripening tomatoes and onions, as well as for the production of early strawberries, whose runners should be layered now.
Reginald Gamble examines the stock of bees, and shows the simplest way of extracting and bottling the surplus honey.

Contributors

Gardener: C. P. Quarrell
Beekeeper: Reginald Gamble

: Motor-Cycle Hill Climb

A return visit to the motor-cycle hill climb at Readereott Hill.

: Ten Little Niggers

A play by Agatha Christie.
The play opens on an August evening in the house on Nigger Island somewhere off the coast of Devon.

Contributors

Author: Agatha Christie
Producer: Kevin Sheldon
Settings designer: Richard Greenough
Rogers: Stanley Lemin
Narracot: Barry Steele
Mrs Rogers: Elizabeth Maude
Vera Claythorne: Sally Rogers
Philip Lombard: John Bentley
Antony Marston: Douglas Hum
William Blore: Campbell Singer
General Mackenzie: Arthur Wontner
Emily Brent: Margery Bryce
Sir Lawrence Wargrave: Bruce Belfrage
Dr Armstrong: John Stuart

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