Another visit to this racecourse to see three of the principal races on the last day of the September meeting.
3.35 The Knights' Royal Stakes: for three-year-olds, over the Old Mile
4.5 The Red Deer Stakes: for three year-olds, over the Swinley course of one-and-a-half miles
4.35 The Swinley Forest Handicap: for three-year-olds and upwards over seven furlongs 165 yards
Roger Mortimer, assisted by Maurice Maude, identifies the runners and riders in the paddock before each race, and Bill Allenby describes the general scene.
Commentator (The Knights' Royal Stakes):
Assisted By (The Knights' Royal Stakes)/commentator (The Red Deer Stakes):
Commentator (The Swinley Forest Handicap):
Assisted By (The Red Deer Stakes/The Swinley Forest Handicap):
The Three Bassis
Peter Madden and Ossy Dwyer
Harry Carter and Doray
Music by the Malcolm Mitchell Trio
Harry Carter and
The Malcolm Mitchell
by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Adapted in seven episodes and produced by Joy Harington.
The action takes place on board the Hispaniola and on the island.
Adapted and produced by:
Long John Silver:
Here come Jimmy Jewel and Ben Warriss in sixty minutes of express entertainment. with Benson Dulay and Company
Reco and May
René Strange, Faye Lenore, The Keynotes, Tony Fisher and the company
From the People's Palace, London.
(Tony Fisher appears by arrangement of Carroll Levis; George Carden is appearing in 'Kiss Me Kate' at the London..)
Benson Dulay and
Orchestra directed by:
followed by Party Political Broadcast
Rt. Hon. Hugh Gaitskell, C.B.E., M.P. Chancellor of the Exchequer
Speaker (Party Political Broadcast):
Rt. Hon. Hugh
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