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: Motor Racing

at Oulton Park.
The Daily Herald Gold Cup Meeting organised in association with the Mid-Cheshire Motor Club

The People Challenge Trophy
A race for Formula III cars over a distance of 41 miles.

Contributors

Commentator: Robin Richards
Television presentation: Ray Lakeland

: Spy-Counter-Spy

Bernard Newman talks about espionage training
with Richard Pasco and David Rich
(A BBC telerecording: previously shown on August 17)

Contributors

Presenter: Bernard Newman
[Actor]: Richard Pasco
[Actor]: David Rich
Producer: Timothy Brinton

: Motor Racing: The Daily Herald Gold Cup Race

at Oulton Park

The start of a race for 1,500 c.c. cars over a distance of 110 miles.

: Amos 'n' Andy: Hospitalization

[Starring] Amos 'n' Andy in a second showing of the film Hospitalization

: Children's Television

For Older Children

The Horseless Carriage
Pancho's nephew Jose arrives in town with the first automobile ever seen in the West. Cisco and Pancho laugh at this 'new fangled contraption', but the laugh is on them when Jose rounds up a gang of desperadoes with his new car.

Bill Radford - Reporter: 5: The Milton Jewels
by Ernest Dudley.
Fifth in a new series about the adventures of a small-town newspaper reporter.

Contributors

Writer (Bill Radford - Reporter): Ernest Dudley
Producer (Bill Radford - Reporter): Pharic MacLaren
Bill Radford: Derek Waring
Charlie Legge: Ian Fleming
Susan Legge: Sylvia Bidmead
Arthur: Anthony Green
Inspector Harris: Edward Forsyth
Mrs. Hughes: Beatrice Varley
Sir Norman Milton: Kenneth Edwards
Lady Milton: Grace Arnold
Ronnie Gregg: Edmund Warwick

: Today's Sport

Presenting stop-press news and some of today's big sporting moments on film.
Introduced by Kenneth Wolstenholme.

7.25-7.30 Sport in the West of England and South Wales
Introduced by Tom Salmon and Elwyn Bowen-Jones.
from the BBC's West of England Television studio
(Wenvoe, North Hessary Tor, Les Platons and Rowridge only)

Contributors

Presenter (Today's Sport): Kenneth Wolstenholme
Presenter (Sport in the West of England and South Wales): Tom Salmon
Presenter (Sport in the West of England and South Wales): Elwyn Bowen-Jones

: In Town Tonight

Interesting people who are In Town Tonight.
(Simultaneous broadcast with all Home Services except Welsh)

Contributors

Edited and produced by: Peter Duncan
Interviewer: John Ellison
Interviewer: Pauline Tooth
Special Effects: Douglas Mair
Assistant Producer: Joyce Bullen

: Saturday Comedy Hour: The Charlie Chester Show

from the King's Theatre. Hammersmith.
[Starring] Charlie Chester, The Hedley Ward Trio, The Two Colombus, Eric 'Jeeves' Grier, Len Lowe, Edna Fryer, Lisbeth Lennon, Marian Miller, John Cartier, Bernard Bedford, Norman McGlen, Patti Carol, Carol Monk, The Leslie Roberts Girls, The George Mitchell Singers.

Contributors

Comedian/Script: Charlie Chester
Musicians: The Hedley Ward Trio
Performers: The Two Colombus
[Actor]: Eric 'Jeeves' Grier
Comedian: Len Lowe
[Actress]: Edna Fryer
[Actress]: Lisbeth Lennon
Singer: Marian Miller
[Actor]: John Cartier
Singer: Bernard Bedford
[Actor]: Norman McGlen
Performer: Patti Carol
Performer: Carol Monk
Dancers: The Leslie Roberts Girls
Singers: The George Mitchell Singers
Orchestra conducted by: George Clouston
Designer: John Cooper
Dances directed by: Leslie Roberts
Script: Charlie Hart
Script: Bernard Botting
Producer: Albert Stevenson

: Saturday-Night Out

See things happen! When they happen! Where they happen!
Join television outside broadcast cameras for the World Speedway Championship.
Organised by the Sunday Dispatch
From the Empire Stadium, Wembley.
The final stages of this international individual event-the most important in the speedway year.
With Douglas Fleming in the pits.

Contributors

Commentator: Alan Weeks
Reporter: Douglas Fleming
Presented for television by: Dennis Monger

: New Ramps for Old: 3: Strictly Legal

A series of six plays by Berkely Mather.
[Starring] Mervyn Johns
with Carl Bernard, Harry H. Corbett and William Franklyn
The action takes place in London
Time, the present

Contributors

Writer: Berkely Mather
Producer: John Nelson Burton
Designer: Guy Sheppard
Film Editor: Sheila S. Tomlinson
Film Cameraman: Ken Higgins
J. Philimore Sparkes: Mervyn Johns
Kegworthy: Harry Corbett
Milton: Carl Bernard
Roden: Keith Smith
Whaleback: George Selway
Digger Minden: William Franklyn
Skipton: Bruce Stewart
Wintergreen: Philip Ray
Philby: Ian Wilson
Tessa: Celia Hewitt

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Galton and Simpson 27 September 2015

: The Harewood Horse Trials

A special report on the three-day event.

Contributors

Commentator: Dorian Williams
Producer: Paul Fox
Producer: Ronnie Noble

: News Summary

followed by The Weather

: Party Political Broadcast on behalf of the Conservative Party

The Rt. Hon. Alan Lennox-Boyd, M.P., Secretary of State for the Colonies
(Recording of broadcast in the Home Service at 9.15 p.m.)

(Sound only)

Contributors

Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Alan Lennox-Boyd








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