The first of three visits to Coventry Civic Aerodrome
The Royal Navy
Demonstrations by a formation of Sea-Hawks and a Dragonfly Helicopter.
Entries are confined to non-supercharged sports cars and the winner covers the greatest distance in the nine hours between 3 p.m. and midnight.
Race organised by the British Automobile Racing Club
See page 15
Presented for television by:
Percy Thrower continues the general work in the garden, with special accent on the dis-budding of indoor flowering chrysanthemums, and potting and planting of strawberries.
Individual aerobatics by a D.H. Vampire
King's Cup Air Race
The start of the race for this coveted trophy.
See map on page 15
The final lap and the finish of the King's Cup Air Race
Andree Jan, the Helicopter Girl
The trapeze act with a difference
Start of the British Lockheed Trophy
International Aerobatic Competition
with Peter Alan and his Band and guest artists.
Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School: 4: Bunter Forgot
A new series of plays for television by Frank Richards.
Peter Alan and his
Writer (Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School):
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Interesting people who are In Town Tonight interviewed by John Ellison.
(Simultaneous broadcast with the London, Midland, North, and West of England Home Services)
Edited and produced by:
If you bid-you lose!
A report on mock (or false) auction sales, at which unwary bidders are persuaded by spell-binding and glib promises to bid for "fabulous bargains".
A documentary programme.
Written and produced by Robert Barr.
First produced on July 16, 1954
with Jill Day.
Introduced by Mary Parker.
with Bob Monkhouse, David Berglas, Maria Pavlou, Robert Earl, The Ragoldi Brothers, Billy Maxam, The Peter Glover Dancers, The George Mitchell Singers.
Variety Parade Orchestra
Conducted by Eric Robinson
The Peter Glover
The George Mitchell
[Orchestra] conducted by:
On Sunday September 4 at 4.30 p.m. the Television Brains Trust meet for the first of a regular weekly series of programmes.
Tonight viewers learn more about the programme and where to send questions for the Brains Trust to answer.
in his own adaptation of Murder in Pimlico from Hangman's Clutch by Nigel Morland.
Author (Hangman's Clutch):
Adapter (Murder in Pimlico):
The Television Service is remaining on the air tonight from 11 until midnight so that car-racing enthusiasts can see the result of the 9-Hour Sports Car Race.
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