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: Racing at Kempton Park

2.30 Shepperton Handicap Stakes over one mile three furlongs
3.10 Jubilee Handicap Stakes over one and a quarter miles
3.45 The Victor Wild Stakes over one and a half miles
Clive Graham is beside the camera overlooking the parade ring.
(All transmitters except Holme Moss)

2.5 League Cricket: Crompton v. Radcliffe
(Holme Moss only)

Contributors

Commentator (Racing at Kempton Park): Robert Haynes
Commentator (Racing at Kempton Park): Peter Dimmock
Paddock commentator (Racing at Kempton Park): Clive Graham

: League Cricket: Crompton v. Radcliffe

The first match of League Cricket comes from the ground of the Crompton Club in the Central Lancashire League.

Contributors

Commentator: George Duckworth
Commentator: Robert Hudson

: Children's Television: Whirligig

The fiftieth edition
Devised and produced by Michael Westmore with Humphrey Lestocq and Mr. Turnip.
(Manipulation by Joy Laurey)
(Voice by Peter Hawkins)
Script by Peter Ling

"Box of Tricks" with Geoffrey Robinson

"Room for Music" with Steve Race

"Hank Rides Again"
with Francis Coudrill who writes the story speaks the voices draws and animates the pictures.
At the drums, Geoff Lofts

Contributors

Devised and produced by: Michael Westmore
Presenter: Humphrey Lestocq
Mr. Turnip (puppeteer): Joy Laurey
Mr. Turnip (voice): Peter Hawkins
Script: Peter Ling
Magician (Box of Tricks): Geoffrey Robinson
Drawings (Box of Tricks): Tony Hart
Musician (Room for Music): Steve Race
Writer/voices/illustrator/animator (Hank Rides Again): Francis Coudrill
Drummer (Hank Rides Again): Geoff Lofts

: League Cricket: Crompton v. Radcliffe

Further commentary.

: The Week's Newsreels

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

'The Graham Children' by Hogarth

: Strictly Personal: 3: Someone knows Too Much

[Starring] Anne Crawford and John Bentley
A serial in six parts by Michael Pertwee.

Richard Williams, an ex-RAF officer, having inserted an advertisement in the Personal Column of a daily newspaper, that he will go anywhere and do anything, receives only one reply.
This comes from Stacey, a doubtful character, who interviews him and offers him £250 to travel by air to Dublin on a false passport taking with him a suitcase, Richard accepts. Among his fellow travellers to Dublin is Diana Wilson, a newspaper reporter. The plane takes off but immediately lands again because of engine trouble.
The second time it attempts to take off, Richard having decided not to travel on it - the tail is blown off. Richard sees the crash. Later in a nearby bar he hears that all the passengers in the plane were saved - with the exception of himself.

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
Mrs Tidmarsh: May Hallatt
Edward Jackson: Harry Towb
Rimmer: Carl Jaffe
Mrs Rimmer: Elizabeth Kentish
Stacey: John Salew
Mark Leyroyd: Grey Blake
Working man: John Mann
Elderly lady: Nancy Roberts

: Massed Bands on Parade

A visit to Kneller Hall, the home of British military music, where massed bands are playing In floodlight before an invited audience.
Band of the Scots Guards, Director of Music Lieut.-Colonel S. Rhodes, M.B.B., Senior Director of Music, Brigade of Guards
Band of the Irish Guards, Director of Music Captain C.H. Jaeger
Band of the Welsh Guards, Director of Music Captain F.L. Statham
Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music, Director of Music Lieut.-Col. Meredith Roberts, M.B.I.
Pipes and drums of the 2nd Bn., Scots Guards
Pipe-Major R. Crabbe
Programme introduced by Frank Phillips

Contributors

Director of Music (Band of the Scot Guards): Lieut.-Colonel S. Rhodes, M.B.B.
Director of Music (Band of the Irish Guards): Captain C.H. Jaeger
Director of Music (Band of the Welsh Guards): Captain F.L. Statham
Director of Music (Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music): Lieut.-Col. Meredith Roberts
Musician (Pipes and drums of the 2nd Bn., Scots Guards): Pipe-Major R. Crabbe
Programme introduced by: Frank Phillips
Presented By: Harry Mortimer
Presented By: Antony Craxton

: A Good Idea - Son!

[Starring] Max Bygraves
with guest star, Belita
Bob (Poker-face) Dixon, The King Brothers, Olgalita Mayne, Lillemor Knudsen, Jeann Marsh, Peter Glover.
The Dancers, The Windmill Girls, The George Mitchell Glee Club and guest artists.
Written by Eric Sykes.
(The Windmill Girls appear by permission of Vivian Van Damm)

Contributors

Comedian: Max Bygraves
Dancer: Belita
Pianist: Bob (Poker-Face) Dixon
Performer: Olgalita Mayne
Performer: Lillemor Knudsen
Performer: Jeann Marsh
Dancer: Peter Glover
Performers: The Windmill Girls
Singers: The George Mitchell Glee Club
Writer: Eric Sykes
Dance arrangements: Peter Glover
Dance arangements: Ernest Maxin
Settings: John Cooper
Orchestrations: Jack Jordan
Orchestrations: Wally Stott
Orchestra under the direction of: Eric Robinson
Producer: W. Lyon-Shaw








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