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: Cricket from Lords: Middlesex v. Sussex

Viewers visit Lords to see the Whitsun match between last year's Champion County and Sussex.
The game is watched from the Pavilion, and the commentators are R. C. Robertson Glasgow, the well-known writer on cricket, and Brian Johnston.
(to 12.30)

Contributors

Commentator: R. C. Robertson Glasgow
Commentator: Brian Johnston

: Afternoon Sport

Cricket: Middlesex v. Sussex

Athletics: The British Games
It is hoped to show viewers the most spectacular parts of this afternoon's sporting events at Lords and the White City
The visits are planned as shown in the programmes in the next column, but the timings will be flexible

2.15 Cricket from Lords

2.45 Hundred yards, 1500 metres international match and 880 yards, from the White City

3.15 Cricket from Lords

3.45 One mile, 220 yards, and 400 metres international match, from the White City

4.5 Cricket from Lords

4.30 Three miles and 440 yards championship, from the White City

5.0 Cricket from Lords

6.30 Close

Contributors

Athletics commentary: Jack Crump
Cricket commentary: R. C. Robertson Glasgow
Cricket commentary: Brian Johnston
Presented for television by: Peter Dimmock
Presented for television by: Michael Henderson

: The Teen-Age Show


Harry Hemsley introduces The Teen-Age Show
Forty-five minutes of entertainment brought to you by young people from twelve to twenty.

Contributors

Presenter: Harry Hemsley
Producer: Bill Ward

: Fun and Games

Well-known figures from the screen and radio join in a studio contest.

Contributors

Compere: Leslie Mitchell
Producer: S. E. Reynolds

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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