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: Richmond Royal Horse Show: Children's Jumping

including The Fremlin Challenge Cup.
From Old Deer Park, Richmond.

Contributors

Commentator: Bill Allenby

: Children's Television: The Sand Castle: 6: The Triumph of Neptune

by Patrick Harrington.
An entertainment in six parts designed by Sam Williams from an idea by Kim Taylor.
(Kenneth Connor is appearing in "Trelawny of the Wells" at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith)

Contributors

Writer: Patrick Harrington
Designer/Puppets created and animated by: Sam Williams
From an idea by: Kim Taylor
Music composed and played by: James Turner
Puppets created and animated by: Elizabeth Williams
Puppets created and animated by: Jennifer Hughes
Additional animator: John Vinden
Producer: Pamela Brown
Jill: Margaret McCourt
John: Anthony Green
Narrator/Crab: Alan Reid
Bert/Puffin/Shrimp: Kenneth Connor
Kate/Starfish/Princess: Virginia Hewett

: Children's Television: A visit to the Richmond Horse Show

accompanied by Bill Allenby and Cliff Michelmore.

Contributors

Presenter: Bill Allenby
Presenter: Cliff Michelmore

: Children's Television

Jasmine Bligh introduces a special programme for deaf children.

Contributors

Presenter: Jasmine Bligh

: Richmond Royal Horse Show

A further visit to the Old Deer Park, Richmond.

Contributors

Commentator: Peter Dimmock
Commentator: Dorian Williams

: Newsreel

: Richmond Royal Horse Show

Finals of the Open Jumping Competition.

Contributors

Commentator: Bill Allenby

: Kaleidoscope

An entertainment magazine including:
Which Year?
A musical medley with Olga Gwynne and Eric Whitley.

Explain This!
Written by Larry Forrester and Peter Robinson.
[Starring] Valentine Dyall

Lois Green

Ronnie Waldman's "Puzzle Corner", including the deliberate mistake.
This week's viewer competitor from the Littleworth district of Stafford.

Dick Emery

The Dancers: Patricia Brooks, Betty Ferrier, Pauline Innes, Valerie Tempest and Sonny Clare
The Peter Knight Singers

Programme introduced by McDonald Hobley.

Viewers who live in the Littleworth district of Stafford are invited to place this issue of Radio Times in their windows by 12 noon if they wish to offer themselves as the competitor in tonight's "Puzzle Corner".

Contributors

Singer (Which Year?): Olga Gwynne
Singer (Which Year?): Eric Whitley
Writer (Explain This!): Larry Forrester
Writer (Explain This!): Peter Robinson
[Actor] (Explain This!): Valentine Dyall
Singer: Lois Green
Presenter ("Puzzle Corner"): Ronnie Waldman
Comedian: Dick Emery
Dancer: Patricia Brooks
Dancer: Betty Ferrier
Dancer: Pauline Innes
Dancer: Valerie Tempest
Dancer: Sonny Clare
Singers: The Peter Knight Singers
Presenter: McDonald Hobley
Settings: Richard Greenough
Choreography: Gordon Humphris
Orchestra director: Eric Robinson
Production: T. Leslie Jackson

: Science Review: 6

A film review of recent research and discovery in science and industry.

Contributors

Arranged by: Norman MacQueen
Edited and compiled by: George Noordhof








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