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Television Sports Magazine


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From the London Scottish Drill Hall.

Members of the Budokwai with Barrie Edgar show you how to defend yourself against some of the more common types of assault.

Dry Ski Training
In which viewers join a class of the Norwegian Ski Training Expedition practising for their forthcoming visit to the snow fields.

Archery v. Darts
A specially staged match between Clarice Arthur, Lady Archery Champion of Great Britain, and one of the leading professional darts players, Jim Pike, with commentary by Bill Latto.

Introduced by Max Robertson.


Item presenter (Judo): Barrie Edgar
Player (Archery v. Darts): Clarice Arthur
Player (Archery v. Darts): Jim Pike
Commentary (Archery v. Darts): Bill Latto
Presenter: Max Robertson
Producer: Berkeley Smith

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Television Sports Magazine

BBC Television, 24 January 1951 20.15

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