A programme of new talent discovered and introduced by Cyril Levis.
[Starring] Betty Kerr, Victor Halums, David Delmonte, Stan Kitchen, Alan Breen, Bryn and Joan Case, Jimmy Edmonson, Sandra Hartley, Fred Crouch, Ronnie Dukes
Orchestra under the direction of:
Dr. Michael Abercrombie, lecturer in Embryology at University College, London, and Dr. M. L. Johnson give a brief account of the development of animal embryos and show how a research embryologist goes to work.
Dr. M. L.
By courtesy of the Amateur Boxing Association viewers visit the Royal Albert Hall to see the concluding bouts in this tournament.
It is hoped to televise some of the following events:
C. F. Tucker v. Cpl. M. O'Sullivan
(Lynn AC.) (R.E.ME.)
A. Santes v. L/Bdr. H. Burch
(Caius ABC.) (R.A.)
G. Williams v Cpl J. Broadbent
(West Ham A. B.C.) (Royal Signals)
S. Lewis v. Rfm. C . Burn
(Langham A.B.C.) (K.R.R.C.)
J. Taylor v Cpl E. Mason
(Stepney and SL (Royal Hampshire Georges A.B.C.) Regt.)
A C. Darvill v. Capt. T. K. Robert Browning
(Heffernan A.C.) - (R.A.M.C.)
Capt. T. K. Robert
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