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: The Cup Final: Blackpool v. Bolton Wanderers

played at the Empire Stadium, Wembley
2.30 Scenes outside the Stadium
Community singing organised by the Daily Express
Conducted by Arthur Caiger, D.C.M.
2.55 Presentation of teams to H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh
3.0 Kick-off
3.45 Half time
3.55 Second half
4.40 End of match
4.45 Presentation of the Cup and Medals by H.M. the Queen and H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh
Scenes before the match described by Peter Dimmock

Contributors

Conductor: Arthur Caiger
Commentator: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Reporter: Peter Dimmock

: Children's Television: The S.S. Saturday Special

Skipper Peter Butterworth and Porterhouse welcome you aboard.
Others at sea are:
Christopher Hodge, the sea lawyer
Mr. Merlin, ship's engineer
Humpty Dumpty, ship's look-out
Sooty, the ship's mascot with Harry Corbett
and Martin Lukins, ship's cook
'The Skipper's Yarn'

Contributors

Skipper: Peter Butterworth
Sea lawyer: Christopher Hodge
Puppeteer (Sooty): Harry Corbett
Ship's cook: Martin Lukins
Voices: Peter Hawkins
Puppetry: Sam Williams
Drawings: Tony Hart
Scripts: Shaun Sutton
Scripts: Roland Peake
Scripts: Peter Ling
Producer: Douglas Hurn
Tony Lord (alias Captain Moonlight): Terence Alexander
Ginger: Anthony Wager

: The Week's Newsreels

This week's Television Newsreels repeated at the following times:
Monday's edition, 7.15 app.
Tuesday's edition, 7.29 app.
Wednesday's edition. 7.43 app.
Thursday's edition, 7.57 app.
Friday's edition, 8.11 app.

: Interlude

'Landscape with Figures' by Louis Le Nain

: Party Political Broadcast: Housing - a Progress Report

The Rt. Hon. Harold MacMillan M.P., Minister of Housing and Local Government

Contributors

Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Harold MacMillan

: Strictly Personal: 2: Enter the Villain

[Starring] Anne Crawford, John Bentley
A serial in six parts by Michael Pertwee.
Incidental music composed by Eric Spear and played by Tommy Reilly

Contributors

Writer: Michael Pertwee
Producer: Bryan Sears
Settings: Richard Wilmot
Incidental music composed by: Eric Spear
Incidental music played by: Tommy Reilly
Diana Wilson: Anne Crawford
Richard Williams: John Bentley
Wilfred (Wacko) Wainwright: Geoffrey Sumner
The Rev P. Pinsent: Peter Bull
Mrs Tidmarsh: May Hallatt
Edward Jackson: Grey Blake
Rimmer: Carl Jaffe
Mrs Rimmer: Elizabeth Kentish
Stacey: John Salew
Mark Leyroyd: Harry Towb
Police Inspector: Alan Rolfe
Policeman: Brian Moorehead

: Looking at Animals

George Cansdale brings to the studio a variety of animals from the Indian sub-continent.

Contributors

Presenter: George Cansdale
Presented By: George Noordhof

: Music-Hall

with Joyce Golding
Peter Sellers with Graham Stark and Ann Hayes
Harry Bailey
Billy 'Uke' Scott
Ker Ben and Ly
Lita Roza
Tommy Godfrey
Mantovani and his Orchestra
The Television Toppers

Contributors

Entertainer: Joyce Golding
Comedian: Peter Sellers
Comedian: Graham Stark
Performer: Ann Hayes
Comedian: Harry Bailey
Ukulele: Billy 'Uke' Scott
Performers: Ker Ben and Ly
Singer: Lita Roza
Performer: Tommy Godfrey
Musicians: Mantovani and his Orchestra
Dancers: The Television Toppers
Dance arranger: Jack Billings
Devised and produced by: Richard Afton








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