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: Motor Cycle Racing

A visit to Brands Hatch Grass Track at Fawkham in Kent to see some of the heats and finals in the solo and sidecar events. Graham Walker and Alan Hess introduce some of the leading riders.

Contributors

Commentator: Graham Walker
Commentator: Alan Hess
Presented by: Peter Dimmock

: For the Children

Annette Mills with Muffin and other members of the Hogarth family.

Contributors

Presenter: Annette Mills

: Motor Cycle Racing

A further visit to Brands Hatch. Graham Walker and Alan Hess assist viewers to follow the events.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Commentator: Graham Walker
Commentator: Alan Hess

: The Green Pack

by Edgar Wallace.
The action takes place in Portuguese West Africa in Da Silva's Hotel, Lobito Bay, and the Commandant's House, Benguella

Contributors

Author: Edgar Wallace
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Ian Atkins
'Tubby' Storman: Gordon Littman
Mark Eliot: Alan Lawrance
Native Servant (Lobito Bay): Ken Barnes
Larry Deans: Lawrence O'Madden
Mrs. Thurston: Alison Pickard
Dr. Thurston: Lawrence Hanray
Louis Creet: Philip Leaver
Jacqueline Thurston: Gabrielle Brune
Native Servant (Benguella): Ike Hatch
Other parts played by: Sheila Beckett
Other parts played by: Henri Pallette
Other parts played by: Van Boolen
Other parts played by: Neil Gibson

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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