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: Racing at Kempton Park

(Under National Hunt Rules)
A visit to this well-known racecourse to see the following events:

1.30 A Moderate Steeplechase
21 miles, 90 yards

2.0 December Handicap Hurdle
Two miles

2.30 Wimbledon Handicap
Steeplechase Three Miles

Peter Dimmock is beside the camera overlooking the paddock to identify jockeys and horses before each race.

(to 14.45)

Contributors

Commentator (A Moderate Steeplechase/Wimbledon Handicap): Clive Graham
Race reader: Roger Mortimer
Commentator (Wimbledon Handicap): Peter O'Sullevan
Paddock commentator: Peter Dimmock

: Vic Oliver Introduces

Joyce Gartside, Rowland Jones, Walter Gore and a Guest Star
The British Concert Orchestra (Leader Andrew Brown)
with Elizabeth Gray, Ernie Brooks, Maureen O'Dell, Jeannette Hughes, June Manton and The Wardour Singers.
(Joyce Gartside and Rowland Jones appear by permission of the Governors of Sadler's Wells)

Contributors

Presenter: Vic Oliver
Soprano: Joyce Gartside
Tenor: Rowland Jones
Dancer: Walter Gore
Musicians: The British Concert Orchestra
Leader: Andrew Brown
Performer: Elizabeth Gray
Performer: Ernie Brooks
Performer: Maureen O'Dell
Performer: Jeannette Hughes
Performer: June Manton
Singers: The Wardour Singers
Choreographer: Walter Gore
Choirmaster: James Turner
Decor: Richard Greenough
Producer: Bill Ward

: Personal Impressions: 3

Denis Johnston, playwright and traveller, shows how he can distinguish the nationality of English speaking peoples by their manners and behaviour.

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Johnston
Producer: Andrew Miller Jones

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.20)








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