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: Dick Turpin

An adventure film for young people.
[Starring] Victor McLaglen as the famous highwayman


Dick Turpin: Victor McLaglen

: Amateur Boxing: How to spot the Winner

The Polytechnic Amateur Boxing Club stages a 'points-scoring' demonstration and invites viewers to 'mark their cards', and match their own verdict against the expert's.


Commentator: Howard Marshall

: The Queen's Marie

An arrangement for television by Duncan Ross of the radio play Yestreen by John Keir Cross and Wm. P. Templeton.


Arrangement for television by: Duncan Ross
Author (Yestreen): John Keir Cross
Author (Yestreen): Wm. P. Templeton
Music: Jack Beaver
Dialogue directed by: Douglas Moodie
Orchestra conducted by: Eric Robinson
Settings: Richard Greenough
Producer: Christian Simpson
Mary, Queen of Scots: Daphne Arthur
Henry, Lord Darnley: Guy Vemey
Ladies in waiting: Marie Hamilton: Felicity Gower
Ladies in waiting: Marie Seaton: Cecile Chevreau
Ladies in waiting: Marie Beaton: Liza Bodington
Ladies in waiting: Marie Carmichael: Audrey Blair
David Rizzio: Robert Rietty
Annie: Hester Paton Brown
Courier: Allan Scott
Gaoler: Ian Sadler

: Gitanes D'espagne

The celebrated dancer Nino de Cadix and his company in a film featuring the traditional songs and dances of the Spanish Gypsies.


Dancer: Nino de Cadix
Producer: Pierre Braunberger
Cameraman: Andre Bac
Decor: Jean Castanie

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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