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: Newsreel

(Composite edition)
(to 12.00)

: Association Football: Oxford v. Cambridge

Television cameras visit Tottenham Hotspur's football ground for the sixty-eighth Inter-Varsity soccer match.
(to 15.55)

Contributors

Commentator: Jimmy Jewell
Presented for television by: Bill Duncalf

: For the Children: Saturday Special

introduced by Peter Butterworth and Porterhouse.
including

Did You Spot It?
with Colin Douglas as Chief Inspector Bourne

Peculiar Pets with Alfred Leutscher

Snakes and Ladders
played by four young viewers.

Spanish Gold

and Peter Akister and his Quintet

(to 18.30)

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Butterworth
Script: Hazel Adair
Script: Robert Tronson
Script: George Buckley
Puppetry: Sam Williams
Producer: Michael Westmore
Chief Inspector Bourne (Did You Spot It?): Colin Douglas
Item presenter (Peculiar Pets): Alfred Leutscher
Sir Anthony Fairfax (Spanish Gold): Richard Baker
Dr Jocelyn Skye (Spanish Gold): Hester Paton Brown
George Washington Jones (Spanish Gold): Graham Stark
Lt-Commander Hill (Spanish Gold): Gerald Lennan
Angela Fairfax (Spanish Gold): Angela Monk
Musicians: Peter Akister and his Quintet

: The Inch Man: 1: Coming Out Party

The adventures of a hotel detective, by Lester Powell.
[Starring] Robert Ayres

with Jack Watling as Peter Lund.

Contributors

Writer: Lester Powell
Settings: Richard R. Greenough
Production: Douglas Moodie
George Packer, Manager of the Imperial Crescent Hotel: Hamlyn Benson
Miss Bromsgrove, receptionist: Joan Harben
Cherry, telephonist: Faith Bailey
Stephen Inch, hotel detective: Robert Ayres
Pollen, barman: Harry Quashie
Peter Lund: Jack Watling
John Hamer: Allan McClelland
Barbara Vicary: Shelagh Fraser
Hilda James: Charmian Innes
Mrs Flowerdew: Ann Wilton
Young man: Douglas Hurn

: Through Fire and Water

Michael Henderson and Berkeley Smith visit the Test Department of a Submarine Research Station in Surrey.
During the programme Henderson becomes involved in the working of an underwater film camera, and Smith has to be rescued from a blazing building by members of the Surrey Fire Brigade.

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Henderson
Presenter: Berkeley Smith
Presented for television by: Keith Rogers

: It's Cabaret Time at the Top Hat Rendezvous

where your host Derrick de Marney introduces artists old and new including: Arthur English, Freddy Sales, Les Ricards, Audrey Wayne, Muriel Young, The Twelve Toppers.
The Rendezvous Orchestra
directed by Eric Robinson

Contributors

Host: Derrick De Marney
Comedian: Arthur English
Comedian: Freddy Sales
Singers: Les Ricards
Performer: Audrey Wayne
Performer: Muriel Young
Dancers: The Twelve Toppers
Dances Director: Leslie Roberts
Musicians: The Rendezvous Orchestra
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Devised and produced by: Richard Afton

: Newsreel

: Weather Forecast and News

(sound only)








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