For television's first Rugby Football match of the season the mobile cameras visit Twickenham, Headquarters of the Rugby Union, to see the annual club match between these two longstanding rivals.
Before play begins at 2.45 p.m.
Cyril Gadney, the International referee, explains some rules of the game.
(to 16.10 app.)
From St. Pancras Assembly Hall.
with Morris and Cowley, George Meaton, Joseph Dollinger, Arthur English, Albert Ward, Les Sebastos, The Reid Twins, Leslie Roberts' Music-Hall Maids, Eric Robinson and his Augmented Orchestra.
(Arthur English appears by arrangement with The Windmill Theatre)
Leslie Roberts' Music-Hall
Eric Robinson and his Augmented
by Eric Maschwitz.
From an idea by Betty Farmar being the story of the Connover family at home.
You are invited to meet the Connover family again next Saturday evening at 9.30 p.m.
From an idea by:
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