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Come Dancing: Round 1: Heat 4

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Judge, Jive, or Just Join...
Peter West in Television's nation-wide amateur dancing competition from all corners of the United Kingdom for the BBC Television Award and Formation Team Cup.
Organised by Mecca Dancing

Alex Macintosh introduces The West Scotland Team at the Locarno, Glasgow
with Tony Brooks and his Orchestra.

and
Harold Williamson comperes The North East Team at the Empress, Whitley Bay
with Harry Atkinson and his Orchestra.

Judges based In a London studio are nominated by Members of the Official Board of Ballroom Dancing Ltd., the Welsh Alliance, and the All-Ireland Board of Ballroom Dancing.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter West
Compere (West Scotland): Alex Macintosh
Musicians (West Scotland): Tony Brooks and his Orchestra
Compere (North East): Harold Williamson
Musicians (North East): Harry Atkinson and his Orchestra
Programme arranged by: Eric Morley
Associate producer: Robert Stewart
Associate producer: Ray Lakeland
Series produced by: Philip Lewis

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Come Dancing: Round 1: Heat 4

BBC One London, 2 November 1964 22.15






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