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An Outside Broadcast of three of the principal events on the second day of the August meeting at the Royal Windsor racecourse beside the River Thames.

3.30 The Hop Leaf Handicap (One and a half miles)

4.0 The Long Walk Handicap (Two miles, four furlongs, and one hundred and ten yards)

4.30 The Red Spinner Stakes (One and a half miles)

Race commentators, Peter Dimmock and Robert Haynes with Clive Graham beside the Parade Ring camera.

(to 16.40 app.)


Peter Dimmock
Robert Haynes
Paddock commentator:
Clive Graham
Presented for television by:
Alan Chivers

Sooty Introduces
A half hour of high speed Variety with Harry Corbett, Derrick Rosaire and Tony, Chris Sands, Windy Blow, Peggy O'Farrell's Eight Tiny Tappers.
(Derrick Rosaire appears by permission of Prince Littler; Windy Blow is appearing in 'Family Fun' at the Floral Hall, Scarborough)

The Great Detective: 4: The Mystery of the Two Left Feet
A sinister comedy in six episodes by Philip Godfrey.
[Starring] John Hewer as 'The Great Detective'
(John Hewer is appearing in 'The Two Bouquets' at the Piccadilly Theatre, London)

(to 18.00)


Puppeteer (Sooty Introduces):
Harry Corbett
Equestrian act (Sooty Introduces):
Derrick Rosaire and Tony
Novelty act (Sooty Introduces):
Chris Sands
Clown (Sooty Introduces):
Windy Blow
Dancers (Sooty Introduces):
Peggy O'Farrell's Eight Tiny Tappers
Musical arrangements (Sooty Introduces):
Steve Race
Producer (Sooty Introduces/The Great Detective):
Douglas Hurn
Writer (The Great Detective):
Philip Godfrey
The Great Detective:
John Hewer
Richard Rockhead:
John Sinclair
Annabella Clutterbuck:
Norah Gaussen
Soames the butler:
Felix Felton
Gubbins, the gardener:
Erik Chitty
Jasper Bloodstone:
Bill Shine

A one-act play by J. M. Barrie.
The action of the play takes place in a house in Park Lane, and in a nearby mews.
Lady Cynthia Asquith writes on page 6


J. M. Barrie
Harold Clayton
Rosemary Hill
Stewart Marshall
Lady Lilian Garson:
Joan Haythorne
Richard Garson:
Clive Morton
Carole Lorimer
Hugh Paton:
Terence Alexander
Dr. Brodie:
Jack Lambert
Walter Horsbrugh
Mr. Redding:
Michael Nightingale
Mrs. Redding:
Elizabeth Hunt

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