A visit to Kempton Park racecourse to see some of the afternoon's principal events
Henry Green and Peter O'Sullevan, assisted by Roger Mortimer as race-reader, help viewers follow the races.
A television magazine introduced by McDonald Hobley.
Lessons in Tap with Jack Billings as your teacher and Anthea Askey as his pupil.
The Memory Man
Can you stump Leslie Welch?
Passed to You
A thriller in which you are invited to write the next episode.
Puzzle Corner with Richard Dimbleby
Cue for Music
A musical guest.
Football with Cyril Fletcher and Betty Astell
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