By courtesy of the Football Association, viewers join the hundred thousand spectators at the Empire Stadium, Wembley, to see this annual International match
Before the game begins there is community singing organised by the News Chronicle, and conducted by Arthur Caiger, D.C.M. The singing is accompanied by the Band of the Welsh Guards.
Band of the Welsh
Tenth visit to television's own nightspot.
Jack Jackson introduces: Cavan O'Connor, Norman Wisdom, Leo Fuld, Marion Saunders, Manley and Austin, Toppano, June Elliott, Audrey Wayne, Buddy Raye,
The Rooftop Lovelies, Eric Robinson and the Rendezvous Orchestra.
Eric Robinson and the Rendezvous
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