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: Newsreel

(Composite edition)
This programme will not be televised by the Kirk o' Shotts transmitter

: Racing at Kempton Park

3.0 The Rosebery Handicap Stakes

3.30 The Two Thousand Guineas Trial Stakes

4.0 The Ruth Wood Maiden Stakes

Clive Graham is beside the cameras overlooking the parade ring to identify the horses and jockeys.

Contributors

Race commentator and interviewer: Peter Dimmock
Race-reader: Peter O'Sullevan
Race-reader: Robert Haynes
Announcer: Clive Graham

: Children's Television: Saturday Special

Devised by Michael Westmore
with Peter Butterworth, John le Mesurier, and Porterhouse
Voice by Peter Hawkins
Puppetry by Sam Williams

The Wonders of Science explained by E. R. Roberts, ph.D.

Hooray for Humpty Dumpty
Written by Peter Ling.

'Spanish Gold'
The final episode of the 'Write it Yourself' serial edited by Frank Coven.

Burl Ives and his guitar

Contributors

Devised by: Michael Westmore
Producer: Douglas Hurn
The Boss: Peter Butterworth
Actor: John le Mesurier
Porterhouse (voice): Peter Hawkins
Porterhouse (puppeteer): Sam Williams
Scientist (The Wonders of Science): E. R. Roberts
Drawn by (Hooray for Humpty Dumpty): Anthony Hart
Writer (Hooray for Humpty Dumpty): Peter Ling
Animated by (Hooray for Humpty Dumpty): Alfred Wurmser
Edited By (Spanish Gold): Frank Coven
Anthony Fairfax: Richard Baker
Angela Fairfax: Angela Monk
George Washington Jones: Graham Stark Guitarist/singer: Burl Ives
Script: Robert Tronson
Script: Hazel Adair

: Speedway

The 1952 season opens at Belle Vue, Manchester, with the First Division League match between Belle Vue Aces and New Cross Rangers.
Commentator, Alan Dixon with Dennis Monger in the pits.

Contributors

Commentator: Alan Dixon
Pit-lane commentator: Dennis Monger

: The Broken Horseshoe: 5 - Mr. Mark Fenton

A serial in six parts by Francis Durbridge.

Contributors

Writer: Francis Durbridge
Producer: Martyn C. Webster
Settings: Frederick Knapman
Mark Fenton: John Robinson
Jackie Leroy: Daphne Maddox
George Bellamy: John Byron
Keith Phipps: Arthur Ridley
Long: Russell Hunter
Superintendent Grayson: Tristan Rawson
Sister Rogers: Elizabeth Maude
Dr Duncan Craig: Andrew Crawford
Ernest Carrol: John Witty
Harry: Max Barrett
Hotel receptionist: Marc Sheldon
Felix Gallegos: Robert Adair

: Newsreel









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