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Prudence Kitten
with Annette Mills (who writes the songs) assisted by George Fry.

5.15 Children's Newsreel
(Repeat of Sunday's edition)

5.30 Things to do on Holiday

5.50-6.0 Introducing Francis Coudrill
with 'William' and 'Hank' and other friends.

Contributors

Presenter/songwriter (Prudence Kitten):
Annette Mills
Puppeteer (Prudence Kitten):
George Fry
Ventriloquist:
Francis Coudrill
Programme producer:
Joy Harington
Programme producer:
Michael Westmore

Second Edition of Television Sports Magazine from The London Central Y.M.C.A.
featuring:

Meet the Referee
George Reader, who recently refereed the deciding game in the World Cup Football Series at Rio, demonstrates with the help of Jimmy Jewell and members of the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, some of the reasons why the whistle is blown.

The Australian Tour
F. R. Brown and Denis Compton discuss with Brian Johnston the problems and prospects of the forthcoming M.C.C. Tour.

Is Your Handicap Really Necessary?
Some of the more common golfing faults treated by Ryder Cup Player Bill Cox, and Henry Longhurst.

Introduced by Max Robertson.

Contributors

Referee (Meet the Referee):
George Reader
Footballer (Meet the Referee):
Jimmy Jewell
Panellist (The Australian Tour):
F. R. Brown
Panellist (The Australian Tour):
Denis Compton
Presenter (The Australian Tour):
Brian Johnston
Golfer (Is Your Handicap Really Necessary?):
Bill Cox
Golfer (Is Your Handicap Really Necessary?):
Henry Longhurst
Presenter:
Max Robertson

[Starring] Alfred Marks
with Paddle O'Neil, Billie Baker, Ian Carmichael, Dennis Bowen, The Hedley Ward Trio.

Contributors

Comedian:
Alfred Marks
Performer:
Paddle O'Neil
Performer:
Billie Baker
Performer:
Ian Carmichael
Performer:
Dennis Bowen
Musicians:
The Hedley Ward Trio
Scriptwriter:
Sid Colin
Producer:
Bill Ward

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More