(Previously televised on Wednesday and Thursday)
This film shows the ancestral home of two families whose fortunes were joined in the sixteenth century by the marriage of Dorothy Vernon to John Manners. This romance and the earlier history of Peveril of the Peake are retold in this account of Haddon Hall.
(Previously televised on April 29)
A documentary film about the forest rangers in the Canadian prairies.
Hopalong Cassidy in an exciting Western film.
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Officers and men of the Eighth Army meet again on the eleventh anniversary of The Battle of Alamein
Field-Marshal the Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, K.G., G.C.B., D.S.O. introduces speeches by His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, K.G., P.C., K.T.; The Rt. Hon. Anthony Eden, M.C., M.P.; General Alfred M. Gruenther, U.S.A.; Colonel Sir John Hunt, C.B.E., D.S.O.
From the Empress Hall, Earls Court, London
A fortnightly magazine programme for the under-twenty-ones.
Your Host: Benny Lee assisted by Jean Aubrey and members of the Club.
Teddy Johnson, Valentine Dyall, Peter Glover, Denise Hurst, David Croft, Frances Vaughan.
Modern music by the Teleclub All-Stars under the direction of Steve Race.
Freddy Clayton (trumpet), Vic Ash (clarinet), Don Rendell (tenor), Harry Klein (baritone), Martin Slavin (vibraphone), Joe Muddel (bass), Bill Eyden (drums) and Steve Race (piano)
at Coventry Hippodrome
(Presented by S.H. Newsome)
with Jimmy Jewel and Ben Warriss, The Beverley Sisters, Diana Dors, Charlie Cairoli and Paul, Trio Gravels, The Sixteen Sherman Fisher Girls.
Coventry Hippodrome Orchestra directed by William Pethers
A special performance before an invited audience.
Viewers are invited to join a studio jury in passing judgment on three famous characters in history.
Chairman, William McElwee
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