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: Newsreel

(Composite edition)
(Not televised by Kirk o' Shotts)
(to 12.00)

: Racing at Kempton Park

2.30 Shepperton Handicap Stakes for three-year-old Allies over one mile, three furlongs

3.0 Jubilee Handicap Stakes for all ages over one and a quarter miles

3.30 Victor Wild Stakes for all ages over one and a half miles

Clive Graham and Harry Middleton identify the horses and jockeys.

Contributors

Commentator: Peter Dimmock
Commentator: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator: Robert Haynes
Reporter: Clive Graham
Reporter: Harry Middleton

: Children's Television: Saturday Special

with Peter Butterworth and Porterhouse.
Including:

Simple Science explained by E. R. Roberts, Ph.D.

Hooray for Humpty Dumpty
Written by Peter Ling.

The Man at the Wheel: Episode 2
With David Garth as Stephen Loftus, Victor Platt as Amos Hobbs and Eddie Sutch as Bill Roberts.

Contributors

Devised by: Michael Westmore
Producer: Douglas Hurn
The Boss: Peter Butterworth
Porterhouse (voice): Peter Hawkins
Porterhouse (puppeteer): Sam Williams
Item presenter (Simple Science): E. R. Roberts
Writer (Hooray for Humpty Dumpty): Peter Ling
Drawings and models (Hooray for Humpty Dumpty): Anthony Hart
Animated by (Hooray for Humpty Dumpty): Alfred Wurmser
Script (The Man at the Wheel): Robert Tronson
Script (The Man at the Wheel): Hazel Adair
Stephen Loftus (The Man at the Wheel): David Garth
Amos Hobbs (The Man at the Wheel): Victor Platt
Bill Roberts (The Man at the Wheel): Eddie Sutch

: Speedway

A visit to Belle Vue Stadium, Manchester, for the National League match between Belle Vue and West Ham.
Commentator, Eamonn Andrews with Alan Dixon in the pits.

Contributors

Commentator: Eamonn Andrews
Pit-lane commentator: Alan Dixon

: Silk, Satin, Cotton, Rags: 1: Enter Miss Graham

A comedy in six parts by M. A. Lonsdale.
[Starring] Barry K. Barnes, Cecile Chevreau, Anthony Ireland

Contributors

Writer: M. A. Lonsdale
Producer: Douglas Moodie
Settings: Richard Henry
Stella Graham: Cecile Chevreau
Phipps: Gladys Henson
Jane: Pamela Galloway
Nick Nicholson: Barry K. Barnes
Editor: Paul Sheridan
Miss Fairweather: Audrey O'Flynn
Mrs Pearson: Christine Lindsay
Mrs Smart: Catherine Nangle
Radio Producer: Denis Wood
Geoffrey Masters, Q.C.: Anthony Ireland

: This is Show Business

Vic Oliver invites you to This is Show Business
With Ethel Revnell, Freddie Mills, Henry Kendall, Sylvia Campbell, Bruce Trent, Bob and Alf Pearson, Andy Pandy and Teddy Bear, Domini Callaghan, Michel de Lutry.
British Concert Orchestra (Leader, Andrew Brown)

Contributors

Presenter: Vic Oliver
Singer: Ethel Revnell
Performer: Freddie Mills
Performer: Henry Kendall
Performer: Sylvia Campbell
Performer: Bruce Trent
Duettists: Bob and Alf Pearson
Dancer: Domini Callaghan
Dancer/Ballet master: Michel de Lutry
Musicians: British Concert Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Andrew Brown
Decor: Richard Greenough
Producer: Bill Ward

: Newsreel

: Weather Forecast and News

(sound only)








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