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Bengo: Bengo on the Farm
The adventures of a boxer puppy drawn by Tim.

Cy Grant
Songs with guitar.

Leather Fair
Fifteen minutes of fun and interest from the National Leather Week Show at Battersea Pleasure Gardens.

For Deaf Children
Leslie Benham introduces a special programme in which Joanne Jackson shows how to make miniature gardens, and Leslie Compton of Arsenal and England gives some hints about football.

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Artist (Bengo):
Tim (William Timym)
Cy Grant
Presenter (For Deaf Children):
Leslie Benham
Maker (For Deaf Children):
Joanne Jackson
Footballer (For Deaf Children):
Leslie Compton

On the first day of National Leather Week an outside broadcast unit visits Battersea Pleasure Gardens to watch craftsmen working at the exhibition and to meet some of the personalities present at the Parade of Leather.
See 'Television Talk of the Week' on page 15


Berkeley Smith
Arranged by:
Stephen McCormack
Presented for television by:
Stephen Wade

The last programme in this series in which films made by amateurs are shown and discussed. Tonight Roger Maxwell shows extracts from the prize-winning British entries at the recent International Festival of Amateur Films held at Brussels. He also announces the results of the Cine Club competition.
Films submitted by the British Amateur Cinematographers' Central Council


Roger Maxwell

A visit to the Winter Gardens Pavilion at Weston-super-Mare for one of the monthly boxing tournaments. The principal events of the evening include two contests of eight three-minute rounds:
Welterweight - Paul King (Torquay) v. Rees Moore (Luton)
Middleweight - Rocco King (Doncaster) v. Johnny Byrnes (Bristol)
At the ringside: Harry Carpenter
By arrangement with the Weston-super-Mare Sportsmen's Organisation


Boxer (Welterweight):
Paul King
Boxer (Welterweight):
Rees Moore
Boxer (Middleweight):
Rocco King
Boxer (Middleweight):
Johnny Byrnes
Harry Carpenter

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