An entertainment magazine.
Introduced by Leslie Mitchell.
Some Wishes in View
A celebrity's birthday treat.
Ronnie Waldman's Puzzle Corner
including the Deliberate Mistake and introducing 'Which Year? '
A musical medley.
This week's Viewer Competitor from Belfast.
Gary Miller, Hubert Gregg, Jerome-ing Again, Elisabeth Welch
Viewers who live in Belfast are invited to place this issue of Radio Times in their windows all day today, if they wish to offer themselves as the competitor in tonight's 'Puzzle Corner'.
Script (Some Wishes in View):
Item presenter (Puzzle Corner):
Dancer/dances arranged by:
Orchestra conducted by:
A final visit to Earl's Court to see the second half of the Royal Tournament.
The order of events is expected to be as follows:
Drill Display by the King's Squad, Royal Marines
Musical Drive by the King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery
Massed Pipers and Drummers of Scottish Regiments and Highland Dancers of the Queen Victoria School
Musical Ride by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
The Royal Signals Display by Despatch Riders of the Signal Training Centre
Grand Finale with Massed Bands and Troops of the Services including Colonial and Dominion Troops
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