The exciting adventures of the famous Western Stagecoach Service.
[Starring] Dale Robertson
The time has come for a showdown between Wells Fargo and the Shields Gang. But no matter how carefully plans are laid for their capture, the outlaws always remain one step ahead of the law. Jim Hardie is determined to unravel the mystery of their success.
Presenting before a young audience the latest in popular records with the opinions of Eric Sykes - Fred of all trades, The Poni-Tails - American star vocal group, Pete Murray - a leading Dee-Jay, Jill Chadwick - a record lover
In the chair, David Jacobs
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Programme devised by:
A Western series starring Ty Hardin as Bronco Layne the roving cowboy adventurer.
Bronco is appointed Marshal to clean up Cottonwood, a very tough town, and decides to fight fire with fire by selecting three famous, deadly gunmen as his deputies. But Bronco has a reason for being bitter when he finds the law-abiding townspeople are fussy about the men they choose to defend them.
Written by John Whitney and Geoffrey Bellman.
The accused appears, the charge is read, the plea is made; and you, the viewer, sit in judgment on the Bench, presiding over a Court of Justice. Tonight the Court is that of a Stipendiary Magistrate in a big city.
by Margery Allingham
Adapted as a serial for television in six episodes by John Hopkins.
Starring Denis Quilley, Michael Gough, Sheila Shand Gibbs
with Bernard Horsfall as Albert Campion
and Wally Patch as Lugg
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Music composed by:
A magazine for railway enthusiasts with John Adams and Patrick Whitehouse who devised and filmed the programme.
Introduced by Bill Hartley.
Single line working and Now there are three!
From the BBC's Midland television studio
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