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: The Boat Race

The towpath scenes and the start of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race as seen at Putney, the middle of the race as illustrated by an animated chart, and the last half-mile and finish as seen from Mortlake Brewery.
(to 11.25)

: Film: The Edge of the World

[Starring] Niall MacGinnis and Belle Chrystall
(to 16.10)

Contributors

Director: Michael Powell
Andrew: Niall MacGinnis
Ruth: Belle Chrystall

: Comedy Cabaret

With Harry Tate, assisted by Ronald Tate, Frank Leslie, and Dave O'Toole, in "Fishing", George Jackley, Max and Harry Nesbitt, Hector and Pals, Charles Harrison, Allan, Allan, and Allan, Charles Gordon, The Geddes Brothers.
Compere, Cyril Fletcher

Contributors

Comedian: Harry Tate
Comedian: Ronald Tate
Comedian: Frank Leslie
Comedian: Dave O'Toole
Comedian: George Jackley
Comedian: Max Nesbitt
Comedian: Harry Nesbitt
Comedians: Hector and Pals
Comedian: Charles Harrison
Acrobatics: Allan, Allan and Allan
Performer: Charles Gordon
Comedians/musicians: The Geddes Brothers
Compere: Cyril Fletcher
Presentation: Harry Pringle








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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