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: Speedway Racing

Viewers are taken to Wimbledon Stadium to meet some leading speedway riders and officials. From them they will learn something of the technique and rules of speedway racing, which they will see later in the day.

: In Our Garden

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

Contributors

Presenter: F. Streeter

: Molly and Robinson Cleaver

in solos and duets on the piano and organ.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Pianist: Molly Cleaver
Organist: Robinson Cleaver

: Speedway Racing

Viewers will visit Wimbledon Stadium to see part of the London riders best pairs Championship for the 'Laurels' Trophy. Star London riders competing in the above events include Norman Parker and Oliver Hart (Wimbledon), Ron Johnson and Geoff Pymar (New Cross), Tommy Price (Wembley), and Malcolm Craven (West Ham).
(to 20.15)

Contributors

Rider: Norman Parker
Rider: Oliver Hart
Rider: Ron Johnson
Rider: Geoff Pymar
Rider: Tommy Price
Rider: Malcolm Craven

: Cabaret Cruise

S.S. 'Sunshine'
Commander A. B. Campbell
Passenger List
Nan Kenway, Douglas Young, Helen Hill, Basyl, Eric Cardi, Triss Henderson, The Beverley Sisters (the Twins and Joy) with the Ship's Band.
(Repeat Performance)

Contributors

Commander: A. B. Campbell
Comedienne: Nan Kenway
Comedian: Douglas Young
Performer: Helen Hill
Performer: Basyl
Performer: Eric Cardi
Performer: Triss Henderson
Singers: The Beverley Sisters
Producer: Harry Pringle

: A Village Wooing

by George Bernard Shaw.

Contributors

Writer: George Bernard Shaw
Producer: Malcolm Baker-Smith

: Music Makers: Reginald Foresythe

Contributors

Pianist: Reginald Foresythe

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.00)








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