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: Farnborough Air Display

The world's greatest display of aircraft, ranging from lightweight helicopters to supersonic fighters, and giant air-liners and bombers of the future.
Organised by the Society of British Aircraft Constructors
From the Royal Aircraft Establishment's Headquarters at Farnborough, Hampshire.

Contributors

Commentator: Major Oliver Stewart
Television presentation: Alan Chivers

: Children's Television

The Minstrel Show
Introduced by Jeremy Hawk as Mr Interlocutor.
with Bryan Johnson as Mr. Bones, Bill Hitchcock as Mr. Tambo, Veit Bethke as Mr. Pussyfoot, Don Arden as Mr. It Rhymes, Roy Henderson as Sunshine
Music provided by: The Kentucky Troubadour - Elton Hayes, Mr. Banjo - Al Jeffrey, Mr. Ivory Tickles - Peter Greenwell

Look Where You're Going
A film reminding you of the things you should watch for when you go out of doors.

The Man in Armour: 5: Sorry No Ghosts!
A fantasy in six episodes by Godfrey Harrison.
[Starring] Bruce Gordon

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Producer (The Minstrel Show): Douglas Hurn
Presenter (The Minstrel Show): Jeremy Hawk
Script (The Minstrel Show): Tom Twigge
Mr. Bones: Bryan Johnson
Mr. Tambo: Bill Hitchcock
Mr. Pussyfoot: Veit Bethke
Mr. It Rhymes: Don Arden
Sunshine: Roy Henderson
The Kentucky Troubadour: Elton Hayes
Mr. Banjo: Al Jeffrey
Mr. Ivory Tickles: Peter Greenwell
Writer (The Man in Armour): Godfrey Harrison
Producer (The Man in Armour): Shaun Sutton
Sir Archibald Willow: Bruce Gordon
Rona: Caroline Denzil
Ronnie: Glyn Dearman
Theodore Hubble: Gordon Bell
Sappho Holyrood: Felix Felton
Isolde Holyrood: Ann Summers
Clodd: Victor Platt
Aristotle Helliwell: Reginald Barrett

: News and Newsreel

Including Weather Report

: Out and About

Twenty minutes with the 'Roving Eye' in London.

: Looking at Animals: Migration

George Cansdale shows some of the animals that migrate from one part of the world to another.

Contributors

Presenter: George Cansdale
Presented by: George Noordhof

: I'm the Law: The Powder Box Smuggling Case

A series of films for television.
[Starring] George Raft

Contributors

Police Lt. George Kirkby: George Raft

: Spice of Life

[Starring] Gilbert Harding

Contributors

Guest: Gilbert Harding

: Farnborough Air Display

A BBC telerecording of some of the highlights of this afternoon's display.

: News

(sound only)








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