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: Nat Gonella and his Georgians


Musicians: Nat Gonella and his Georgians

: In Our Garden

More practical hints by F. Streeter, from the Television garden.


Presenter: F. Streeter

: Amateur Boxing

By the Royal Air Force (by permission of the Chairman of the R.A.F. Boxing Association)
Lightweight: L.A.C. T. Bailey, I.S.B.A. Champion, 1945-46, v. F./O. S. Callard, Junior A.B.A. Champion, 1939
Welterweight: Cpl. J. Smith, R.A.F. Champion, 1945-46, v. F./Sgt. E. Mitchell, R.A.F. runner-up, 1945-46
(to 16.00)


Boxer (Lightweight): L. A. C. T. Bailey
Boxer (Lightweight): F./O. S. Callard
Boxer (Welterweight): Cpl. J. Smith
Boxer (Welterweight): F. Sgt. E. Mitchell
Commentator: E. R. Voigt

: Variety

with Charles Harrison (comedian), Baker and Allen
Programme introduced by Jack Warner.
Jack Payne's Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Andrews


Comedian: Charles Harrison
Entertainers: Baker and Allen
Presenter: Jack Warner
Musicians: Jack Payne's Orchestra
[Orchestra] conducted by: Stanley Andrews
Producer: Harry Pringle

: Professional Boxing

Mark Hart of Croydon and Jim Hockley of Covent Garden
Billy Thompson of Hickleton Main and Ernie Stapleton of Wood Green


Boxer (Middleweight): Mark Hart
Boxer (Middleweight): Jim Hockley
Boxer (Lightweight): Billy Thompson
Boxer (Lightweight): Ernie Stapleton
Arranged by: Jack Hyams
Commentator: E. R. Voigt

: Shove Ha'Penny

A match between R. Brewster, and 'Burly' Pilchet of 'The Bricklayer's Arms', and J. Harris and Joe Goss of 'The King and Queen'.
Described by Charlie Garner.


Player: R. Brewster
Player: 'Burly' Pilchet
Player: J. Harris
Player: Joe Goss
Commentator: Charlie Garner

: Music Makers: Cyril Smith (piano)


Pianist: Cyril Smith

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)

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