A new play by Alexander Douglas and Donald Sutherland.
The action of the play takes place in the garden-lounge of Major Pilgrim's house somewhere in the Home Counties in the spring of 1939 and in the winter of 1944
Colonel David Forrester, C.M.G., D.S.O., R.A.:
Major Richard Pilgrim, D.S.O., R.A.:
'George' Paul Eyre:
By permission of the Amateur Boxing Association. Viewers visit a boxing club in Edmonton to see part of an open boxing tournament. Peter Wilson helps you to follow the programme, which includes some of the following contests:-
J. Perry (Harrow and Rugby) v. R. Galloway (West Ham)
W. Harris (Polytechnic) v. J. McHugh (Buxton)
R. Glanville (Slough) v. Staff-Sgt. Instr. S. J. Webb (Army)
R. Tarrier (Langham and British Oxygen) v. A. N. Other
Junior contests and novices competition
by Mileson Horton.
Each week Inspector Cameron presents two problems from his casebook. Viewers see and hear sufficient evidence to enable them to spot the criminal's mistake and they can check their solutions with those of the inspector.
1 - Poison in Pimlico;
2 - The Case of the Gentle Accomplice
with James Raglan as Inspector Cameron.
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