Sugar and Spice
A mixed bag of entertainment.
Introduced by John Hewer.
Assisted by Bill Hitchcock.
The Appleyards: 6 - Off Again
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The Motor Industry Research Association Proving Ground at Lindley provides facilities for every conceivable test to which a motor vehicle can be subjected.
Raymond Baxter and James Pestridge watch some of these tests being carried out on vehicles ranging from motor cycles to twenty-ton lorries.
Programme devised by Bill Hartley and produced by Barrie Edgar.
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[Featuring] Jessie Matthews
The personal scrapbook of a celebrity.
Introduced by McDonald Hobley and including famous artists and interesting people who have added spice to the life of Jessie Matthews.
Production numbers staged by Freddie Carpenter
(by permission of Howard and Wyndham, Ltd.)
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