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A visit to Ascot Racecourse to see part of the first day's racing in the September meeting.

3.30 Buckingham Palace Stakes
A handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards over five furlongs

Clive Graham is beside the camera overlooking the Parade Ring to identify the horses and jockeys before each race.


Peter Dimmock
Peter O'Sullevan
Paddock commentator:
Clive Graham

Children's Newsreel

The Thief, The Gang and Jeremiah
by Henry Koller.
(Second performance: next Sunday)
See 'For the Children' - page 39

(to 18.00)


Writer (The Thief, The Gang and Jeremiah):
Henry Koller
Producer (The Thief, The Gang and Jeremiah):
Douglas Hurn
Settings (The Thief, The Gang and Jeremiah):
Michael Yates
Members of the 'gang':
Joe, the leader: Norman Osborne
Members of the 'gang':
Walter: Howard Wood
Members of the 'gang':
Sailor: Neil McCallum
Members of the 'gang':
Dick: Freddie Buhler
Members of the 'gang':
Bob: Brand Inglis
Jeremiah T. Granville III:
Warren Hearnden
Jimmy McHugh:
Frederick Murphy
Mrs. McHugh:
Joy Harington
Mortimer Barton:
Peter Taylor
Tuthankamon Bingham:
Robin Wheeler
Barnabas Koszak:
Trevor Hill
Wladimir Korbatoff:
John Levitt
Abercrombie Y. Abercrombie:
Stephen Haley
A Policeman:
Harold Ayer
Socrates Wisenheimer:
Brian Leslie
Grizzly Bear:
Terence Mitchell

Members of the public take part in a free and frank exchange of views at a meeting in Leeds with Frank Byers, William F. Deedes, M.P., The Rt. Hon. Maurice Webb, M.P.
In the Chair: John Nicholson, Principal of the University College of Hull


Frank Byers
William F. Deedes, M.P.
The Rt. Hon. Maurice Webb, M.P.
John Nicholson
Arranged by:
Grahame D. Miller
Presented by:
Derek Burrell-Davis

Gian-Carlo Menotti's music drama
[Starring] Marie Powers and Elaine Malbin
(Frederic Westcott appears by arrangement with the Saltire Singers)


Gian-Carlo Menotti
Specially arranged and produced for television by:
Carl Ebert
Orchestra conducted by:
Bryan Balkwill
Richard Greenough
Television direction:
Christian Simpson
Elaine Malbin
David Ashley
Madame Flora (Baba):
Marie Powers
Mrs. Gobineau:
Rita McKerrow
Mr. Gobineau:
Frederic Westcott
Mrs. Nolan:
Nora Ogonovsky

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