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: Racing

(Under- National Hunt Rules)
A visit to Kempton Park Race course to see some of this afternoon's principal races, including the King George VI Steeplechase over three miles. Peter Dimmock and Peter O'Sullevan are on the roof of the Members' Stand to help viewers follow the races. Clive Graham is beside the unsaddling enclosure and introduces viewers to some of the personalities present at this popular London racecourse.
(to 14.45 app.)


Commentator: Peter Dimmock
Commentator: Peter O'Sullevan
Presenter: Clive Graham

: Television's Grand Christmas Pantomime: Cinderella

[Starring] Jack Hulbert as Buttons with The George Mitchell Choir.
(Second performance on Tuesday, January 4)


Singers: The George Mitchell Choir
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Book by: Max Kester
Settings: Richard Greenough
Deviser/Producer: Jack Hulbert
Deviser/Producer: Walton Anderson
Assisted by: Stephen McCormack
Buttons: Jack Hulbert
Prince Charming: Joy Nichols
Dandini: Eunice Crowther
Cinderella: Lois Green
The Baron: Bill Fraser
The Ugly Sisters: Diana Morrison
The Ugly Sisters: Doris Rogers
The Broker's Men: Harold Berens
The Broker's Men: Tony Arpino

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.30)

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