On the eve of the Second Test Match between England and Australia viewers are invited to inspect the wicket with Ronald Aird, Secretary of the M.C.C.
Then Brian Johnston talks to past Test players R. W. V. Robins of England, and W. A. Oldfield of Australia, about the prospects for the match.
From Lord's Cricket Ground.
R. W. V.
A revue with a topical flavour with Brenda Bruce, Graham Payn, Vida Hope, Wallas Eaton, Louise Howard, Benny Lee, Hermene French, Peter Croft.
Orchestra under the direction of:
Choreography and ensembles:
The latest inventions submitted will be assessed by the Club's technical adviser, Geoffrey Boumphrey, assisted by John Gilbert.
The inventors are introduced by the Organiser, Leslie Hardern, to whom all specifications and drawings should be sent c/o Inventors' Club, [address removed]
by Jean Sarment.
Translated by Emanuel Wax.
[Starring] James Hayter and Louise Hampton
The scene: A small wayside station in the middle of France.
Georges Duporot, the stationmaster:
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