The Royal Procession drives up the course to the Royal Enclosure.
Introduced by Josephine Douglas.
My Family Life
The wife of a boatman on inland waterways describes her life on a barge and tells how she brings up her children.
A doctor of the British Red Cross Society offers some advice on the treatment of common accidents and ailments when children are on holiday.
Make-Do and Mend
A selection of prizewinning exhibits from the W.V.S. Make-Do and Mend exhibition.
3.5 The Queen Mary Stakes for two-year-old Allies, over five furlongs
3.45 The Royal Hunt Cup
A handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards, over the Royal Hunt Cup Course of one mile
4.25 The Gold Cup for three-year-olds and upwards, over two miles and a half. With a gold cup value five hundred sovereigns with ten thousand sovereigns added
Clive Graham identifies the horses and jockeys in the Parade Ring before each race.
Bettie Spurling describes the fashions.
The Mysterious Footprints
A short story told by Ann Murray.
Orchestral music played by Eric Robinson and his Orchestra, with a 'Spot the Tune' competition.
Send your postcards to: 'Spot the Tune', [address removed]
What Are You Going To Be?
Young people who have just started working talk to Olive Shapley about the jobs they have chosen.
Viewers are invited to Chirk Castle, one of the great border strongholds built by Edward I to achieve and maintain the conquest of Wales.
The visit ends in the great salon where a short programme of music is given by a group of artists.
Including: Osian Ellis (harp), Donald Youngman (virginals), Richard Adeney (flute)
Max Gilbert (viola), Patricia Kern (contralto)
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A film for television made in post-war Europe.
An American girl is kidnapped in Munich and held to ransom.
(Previously televised on May 8. 1954)
Written by Bob Block, Bill Harding and Bebe Daniels.
[Starring] Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon
with Barbara Lyon, Richard Lyon, Horace Percival, Molly Weir, Doris Rogers, Richard Bellaers, Sylvia Syms, Richard Thorp.
The second of four fortnightly programmes
A fortnightly topical magazine.
Introduced by Max Robertson.
This French film tells the story of mountaineering. It includes magnificent views of cliffs and scenes of hazardous cliff-climbing using modern equipment.
Commentary translated and adapted by Sylvia Clayton and spoken by Tim Brinton.
Peter O'Sullevan introduces a BBC telerecording of the highlights of today's racing.