2.0 The Drayton Handicap
For three-year-olds and upwards over the Old Mile
2.30 The Rous Memorial Stakes
For two-year-olds over six furlongs
Clive Graham identifies the horses and jockeys in the Parade Ring before each race.
Parade Ring commentator:
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The opening ceremony by His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester, K.G.
President of the Boy Scouts Association
From Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield
Sam Pollock writes on page 3
HRH The Duke of
Presented for television by:
3.30 The Goodwood Cup
For three-year-olds and upwards over two miles and five furlongs
Commentator, Peter O'Sullevan with Clive Graham in the Parade Ring
Parade Ring commentator:
For the Very Young
Charles E. Stidwill tells the story.
Sam and Elizabeth Williams make the pictures
(A BBC Television Film)
Marguerite Patten introduces the winner of the competition for a picnic recipe and demonstrates this dish.
The Season's Best
Frances Perry shows the best values for this month in fruit, flowers, and vegetables.
My Friend Sheltie
A weekly series in which Stanley Dangerfield, Chief Steward of Cruft's, reports on the care and training of Sheltie, his new Shetland sheepdog puppy, and suggests other animals which make attractive pets.
Introduced by Joan Gilbert.
John Chear introduces the film he made on a holiday visit to Milan, Venice, and the romantic coast of Yugoslavia.
Item presenter/cook (Cookery Club):
Item presenter (The Season's Best):
Reporter (My Friend Sheltie):
Item presenter/filmmaker (Adriatic Journey):
What is the link between the steel lines of the new railroad and the steel jaws of the mysterious traps that keep appearing on the ranch? Bad men are at work, and it's another problem for Ricky and his friends, but will they be in time?
The Wonder Horse:
Rebel, the dog:
with Adrian Hill who announces this week's prize-winners and helps you with your picture-making.
Picture Gallery: Outdoor Sport
with Molly Blake.
Assisted by Doris Hall.
Leslie Bricusse and Robert Robinson with something to interest and entertain you.
Guest singer, June Marlowe
The Forsythe family invite you to visit their Family Farm.
The story told by Will Forsythe.
Father and mother, two sons, and a little girl - a farm family. How do they live and how do they like living in the country? This is their life and the way they see their countryside village, market town, and big city.
(Previously televised on Feb. 26)
An introduction to Carmarthen.
Patricia Lewis introduces a lighthearted entertainment including Jack Train, Peter Cavanagh, Trudi Walker, Russ Hamilton, Elizabeth and Collins, The Brunette Toppers, Nat Temple and his Orchestra.
Nat Temple and his
[Starring] Fred Emney
with Evers and Toni, John Hanson, Robin Richmond, Roger Avon, The Jack Billings Girls.
The Jack Billings
Orchestra conducted by:
by Graham Greene
A Television adaptation of the play by Dennis Cannan and Pierre Bost.
[Starring] Sam Wanamaker
with Alan Tilvern, Elwyn Brook-Jones and Richard Wordsworth
See pages 6 and 16
Chief of Police:
Brigitta, her daughter:
First peasant woman:
Second peasant woman:
with A Baby, A Bird, Some People and Bernard Braden.
Scripts by a host of others
Marshal of the Royal Air Force Lord Tedder and Lady Tedder
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby.
A BBC outside broadcast from Lord Tedder's home near Banstead in Surrey.
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Lord Tedder - 'At Home'
Marshal of the Royal Air Force, Lord Tedder, who will be 'At Home' to viewers tonight, is most widely known for his record during the last war. It was he who contributed so much to the development of Army-Air Force cooperation in the Western Desert, and he was, of course, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander during the campaign which followed the Normandy landings. But Lord Tedder's interests are not confined to military matters. As Chancellor of Cambridge University and
Chairman of one of the largest motor manufacturing companies, he has been able to form strong views on industrial and human problems in this country.
It is not, however, entirely about Lord Tedder's public activities that Richard Dimbleby will be interviewing him tonight, for Lord and Lady Tedder live in an old farmhouse, whose records date back to the fifteenth century, and which is a delightfully quiet retreat, a little more than fourteen miles from the centre of London.
At 10.0 Tonight
Domenico Scarlatti (Died July 23, 1757)
Lionel Salter talks about the great harpsichord virtuoso and plays some of his music.
followed by Weather; Road Works Report and Close Down