Introduced by Jeremy Hawk as Mr. Interlocutor.
with George Benson as Mr. Bones, Bill Hitchcock as Mr. Tambo, Don Arden as Mr. It Rhymes, Roy Henderson as Sunshine.
Mr. It Rhymes:
The Kentucky Troubadour:
Mr Ivory Tickles:
with Stan Stennett, Tommy Jover and Company, Stanelli, Bruce Trent, Johnny Brandon, Bruce Forsyth, Stan Bernard Trio, The Great Marlo, Silvestri, Barbara Windsor, Peter Glover, The Variety Parade Dancers, The George Mitchell Singers.
Tommy Jover and
The Variety Parade
The George Mitchell
Orchestra under the direction of:
This year's great annual summer medieval festival from Siena, which includes a pageant, a spectacular tournament between standard bearers, and bareback horse-racing round the town square.
Presented by the Italian Television Service
(A BBC telerecording)
See 'Television Diary' on page 15
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