Percy Thrower continues the general work in the garden including taking cuttings of alpines and pricking out calceolarias. In the vegetable garden he shows how to place straw round the bush tomatoes, plant broccoli, and layer strawberries.
with Peter Alan and his Band and guest artists.
Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School: 1: Bunter on the Run
A new series of plays for television by Frank Richards.
[Starring] Gerald Campion
Musicians (Tea-Time Capers):
Peter Alan and his
Producer (Tea-Time Capers):
Writer (Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School):
Designer (Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School):
Producer (Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School):
in order of appearance (Billy Bunter of Greyfriars
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by Ted Willis.
The stories of a London Policeman on his beat.
The first of six weekly programmes
Film sequences by:
P.C. George Dixon:
P.C. Andy Crawford:
P.C. Tubb Barrell:
or Secombe there!
But wherever Secombe is he is on your screens tonight with
Libby Morris (from Canada)
Tih Boult (from Germany)
Shirley Eaton (from England)
Maria Pavlou (from Greece)
Bill Kerr (from Australia)
Arnold Fringe (from Shepherd's Bush)
The Peter Glover Dancers (from Variety Parade)
and guests, friends, and help from all quarters.
The Peter Glover
Orchestra conducted by:
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