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Tales of Gold

Synopsis

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A series about Britain's
Olympic heroes, narrated by Kenneth Branagh.
Kitty Godfree, Harry Llewellyn and Ann Packer. Kitty Godfree recalls her gold medal success in the ladies' tennis doubles in the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp, Belgium, where she and her partner McNair beat the British pairing of Beamish and Holman in the final. Godfree also reflects on how tennis has changed over the years.
Ann Packer looks back to the Tokyo Games of 1964, when she set an Olympic record in a surprise 800m gold medal victory - she also took silver in the 400m.
And Harry Llewellyn remembers his show jumping victory on the beloved
Foxhunter in 1952's Games in Helsinki, Finland. Director Ken McGill
Producer Neil Duncanson
A Chrysalis production forBBCtv ● STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Branagh.
Unknown: Harry Llewellyn
Unknown: Ann Packer.
Unknown: Ann Packer
Unknown: Harry Llewellyn
Director: Ken McGill
Producer: Neil Duncanson

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