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: Golf: The Daks - Two Thousand Pounds Tournament

A visit to the Wentworth club in Surrey, to see play during one of the qualifying rounds.
See 'Talk of the Week'

Contributors

Commentator: Henry Longhurst
Commentator: Raymond Oppenheimer

: The Lawn Tennis Championships

From Wimbledon.

Contributors

Commentator: F. H. Grisewood
Commentator: Dan Maskell

: Children's Television

Ten Minutes' Music
Edgar Hunt tells you more about playing the recorder.
If you own a recorder yourself or can borrow one, have it with you and join in.

5.10 l Winston
The story of a police horse by L. V. Thompson.

Contributors

Presenter (Ten Minutes' Music): Edgar Hunt
Writer (I Winston): L. V. Thompson

: Lawn Tennis

From Wimbledon.

: Golf: International Competition

Leading professional golfers taking part in the Daks Two Thousand Pounds Tournament appear in a competition specially arranged for television.
From the Wentworth club, Surrey.

Contributors

Commentator: Michael Henderson
Commentator: Henry Longhurst

: Ann Veronica

by H. G. Wells.
[Starring] Margaret Lockwood
(Second performance: for details see Sunday at 8.35)

Contributors

Author: H. G. Wells
Ann Veronica Stanley: Margaret Lockwood

: Pineapple Poll

(By permission of the Governors of Sadler's Wells)

[Starring] The Sadler's Wells Theatre Ballet
A ballet freely adapted from "The Bumboat Woman's Story," one of the Bab Ballads by W.S. Gilbert
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Arranged by Charles Mackerras

Scene 1: Portsmouth. Morning
Scene 2: The Quayside. That evening
Scene 3: On board H.M.S. 'Hot Cross Bun.' Next morning

Contributors

Ballet freely adapted from "The Bumboat Woman's Story," by: W.S. Gilbert
Music: Arthur Sullivan
Arranged by/Orchestra conducted by: Charles Mackerras
Choreography: John Cranko
Decor and costumes: Osbert Lancaster
Television Presentation: Philip Bate
Pineapple Poll, a Bumboat woman: Elaine Fifield
Jasper, pot boy at 'The Steam Packet': David Poole
Captain Belaye, of H.M.S. 'Hot Cross Bun': David Blair
lanche, his fiancie: Stella Claire
Mrs. Dimple, her aunt: Sheilah O'Reilly
The crew of H.M.S. 'Hot Cross Bun': David Gill
The crew of H.M.S. 'Hot Cross Bun': Don Gillies
The crew of H.M.S. 'Hot Cross Bun': Donald McAlpine
The crew of H.M.S. 'Hot Cross Bun': Maurice Metliss
The crew of H.M.S. 'Hot Cross Bun': Peter Wright
The crew of H.M.S. 'Hot Cross Bun': Stanley Holden
Sweethearts, wives, etc.: Romayne Austin
Sweethearts, wives, etc.: Shirley Bishop
Sweethearts, wives, etc.: Joan Cadzow
Sweethearts, wives, etc.: Stella Farrance
Sweethearts, wives, etc.: Annette Page
Sweethearts, wives, etc.: Pauline Wandsworth

: Today on the Centre Court

A film of the highlights of the day's play at Wimbledon.

Contributors

Commentary: Peter Wilson








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