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: Newsreels

(Previously televised on Wednesday and Thursday)

: Making Coins

A film showing how coins are made at the Royal Mint.

: Girard College

A film about an American school for fatherless boys.

: Children's Television

Cisco Kid
The first of a new series of Western films.

The Day Before the Race
The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race takes place tomorrow and the motor launch Everest, with television cameras on board, will be following the two boats on their long race up the River Thames. Today Everest makes a trial trip up-river from Putney.

Contributors

Commentary (The Day Before the Race): Michael Henderson

: Newsreel

: Weather Chart

: Let Me Ever Escape Them

A story for television by Arthur Goring and Derek Blomfield.

Contributors

Writer: Arthur Goring
Writer: Derek Blomfield
Settings designer: Richard Wilmot
Producer: Dennis Vance
Director: Chloe Gibson
Major Brogan: Anthony Nicholls
Yakub Ali: Zia Mohyeddin
Major Daggett: James Thomason
Commandant, Indian military hospital, Kowloon: Wensley Pithey

: Driving Club

A Motoring Magazine including:
Sports Event
It Pays to Know
Famous Cars
The Experts Compete

Contributors

Commentator: Raymond Baxter
Commentator: Bill Hartley
Producer: Bill Duncalf

: Puzzle Corner

Introduced by Ronnie Waldman.
This week's viewer competitor from St. Andrews, Fife.
and Which Year?
including Ray Buckingham, Jill Day, Hermione Harvey, Jimmy Day, The Three Skylarks, Bobby Harold.
Viewers who live in St. Andrews, Fife, are invited to place this copy of Radio Times in their window by noon today if they wish to offer themselves as the viewer competitor for tonight's 'Puzzle Corner'.

Contributors

Introduced By: Ronnie Waldman
Singer (Which Year?): Ray Buckingham
Singer (Which Year?): Jill Day
Dancer (Which Year?): Hermione Harvey
Guitarist (Which Year?): Jimmy Day
Musicians (Which Year?): The Three Skylarks
Performer (Which Year?): Bobby Harold
Additional material: Dennis Yates
Orchestra directed by: Arthur Wilkinson
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: In the News

An unrehearsed discussion on topics of the week.
Speakers:
Sir Robert Boothby M.P.
S. J. McAdden M.P.
Hector McNeil M.P.
Michael Foot M.P.
Chairman, Noel Annan

Contributors

Speaker: Sir Robert Boothby M.P.
Speaker: S. J. McAdden M.P.
Speaker: Hector McNeil M.P.
Speaker: Michael Foot M.P.
Chairman: Noel Annan
Arranged By: Edgar Lustgarten
Presented By: John Irwin

: Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon

with Barbara and Richard visit the television studios at Lime Grove and complicate the life of producer Henry Caldwell.

Contributors

Performer: Bebe Daniels
Performer: Ben Lyon

: Out of Doors

Godfrey Baseley introduces some of the people and features of the new Sunday-afternoon programme.

Contributors

Presenter: Godfrey Baseley








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