BBC Television outside broadcast cameras cover some of the finals matches in the first major grass court tournament of the year.
From the Surbiton Lawn Tennis Club
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A wealthy ranch-owner's son has been killed by cattle-rustlers. The younger son, failing to avenge his death, is disowned by his father who makes a will leaving his property to the ranch foreman. The stage is all set for another crime when Lone Ranger and Tonto take a hand.....
The Lone Ranger:
The third day's play at Edgbaston, Birmingham.
and Lawn Tennis: Surrey Grass Court Championships
Television presentation (Cricket):
The closing overs of the third day's play.
Kenneth Wolstenholme gives today's major sports results.
Presents Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band with guest vocalist Patti Lewis.
Humphrey Lyttelton and his
A new Western film series.
The exciting adventures of the famous Western Stagecoach Service.
A new driver insists that he can cope alone without any help from the man from Headquarters. But perhaps it's just as well that the official goes along for the ride.
A Stagecoach drawn by six horses comes thundering downhill. Painted on its side are the words 'Wells Fargo', the words that have become as much a part of the history of the American West as Jesse James, Buffalo Bill, and the Colt revolver. Now in a new Saturday series of films, some of the stories of this remarkable company are revived for television, with Dale Robertson, a rugged six-footer with the look and style of the authentic Westerner, playing the leading role throughout. Wells Fargo operated from 1852 to 1918 as an express company, and it took on the duties of the post office department of the frontier. It carried mail to the most remote communities; it operated stage lines, banks, dealt with cattlemen, miners, sheepmen. Its operatives pursued outlaws. The Wells I Fargo Company was, in essence, the frontier counterpart of the FBI, and indeed its agents and investigators were often ahead of the law. at 7.0
A programme of Scottish songs and dances with Teams from the Edinburgh and Glasgow Branches of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, The Clan Hay Dancers, Bobby Watson, Alistair McHarg, Tim Wright and his Band.
Introduced by Alastair Macintyre.
From the Kelvin Hall, Glasgow.
The Clan Hay
Tim Wright and his
starring Benny Hill.
Aided and abetted by Jeremy Hawk and featuring Luis Alberto del Parana and his Trio Los Paraguayos, Petula Clark, Carl Barriteau, The Peter Crawford Trio, The Tommy Linden Dancers.
Written by Dave Freeman and Benny Hill.
Luis Alberto del Parana and his Trio Los
The Peter Crawford
Musical arrangements/orchestra conducted by:
A contemporary fairy story in which Beauty and the Beast, and the handsome young prince, relive their eternal triangle in a modern setting.
A series of film plays presenting stars in stories of their own choosing.
[Starring] Anna Maria Alberghetti, John Ericson and Kurt Kasznar
The Finals from Prague.
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at his piano.
followed by Weather and Close Down