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BBC Outside Broadcast cameras cover play on the last day of the Second Test Match at Lord's and the concluding stages of the Canada Cup International Golf Championship at Wentworth.

Contributors

Commentator (At Lord's):
Brian Johnston
Commentator (At Wentworth):
Henry Longhurst
Commentator (At Wentworth):
Michael Henderson
Television presentation:
Antony Craxton
Television presentation:
Antony Jay

A Visit to Lord's
Brian Johnston is the commentator in a special visit for young cricketers to the Second Test Match between England and Australia.

The New Apprentice
by Phyllis Bentley
See page 8

Contributors

Commentator (A Visit to Lord's):
Brian Johnston
Television Presentation (A Visit to Lord's):
Antony Craxton
Writer (The New Apprentice):
Phyllis Bentley
Designer (The New Apprentice):
Guy Sheppard
Producer (The New Apprentice):
Barbara Hammond
Mr. Firth:
Will Leighton
Jeremy:
Patrick Westwood
The Constable:
David Browning
Tom:
Cavan Kendall
Mrs. Firth:
Edna Morris
Gracie:
Dorothy Marks
The Pedlar:
Philip Holles
Sir Henry Ibbetson:
Arthur Goullet

Kenneth Horne brings to Camera One forty-five minutes of non-stop Variety from the King's Theatre, Hammersmith with Paule Desjardins, Radcliffe and Ray, Alan Page, Madrigal, Billy O'Sullivan, Jan Rosol, Walter Jackson, The George Mitchell Singers.
(Billy O'Sullivan is appearing at the Butlins Hotels)

Contributors

Presenter:
Kenneth Horne
Singer:
Paule Desjardins
Singers/Pianists:
Radcliffe and Ray
Singer:
Alan Page
Performer:
Billy O'Sullivan
Singer/Guitarist:
Jan Rosol
Impressionist:
Walter Jackson
Singers:
The George Mitchell Singers
Orchestra directed by:
Eric Robinson
Producer:
Albert Stevenson

Francis Williams re-creates a picture of the life lived in the Middle Ages by the monks of this magnificent ruined monastery and discusses with C.N.L. Brooke, Lecturer in History, Cambridge, their contribution to medieval society.
See facing page

Contributors

Presenter:
Francis Williams
Guest:
C. N. L. Brooke
Script:
Simon Elwes
Script:
Michael Thunder
Film cameraman:
Gerry Pullen
Film editor:
Leonard Trumm
Producer:
Paul Johnstone

A comedy by Gale Pedrick.
See facing page

Contributors

Writer:
Gale Pedrick
Producer:
Chloe Gibson
Designer:
Richard Henry
Folly:
Hugh Morton
Mr. Russell:
Brown Derby
Det.-Sgt.:
Leonard White
Mr. Butters:
Richard Goolden
Captain Gainsborough:
Andre van Gyseghem
Hawkins:
Edward Brooks
Lilla:
Jill Showell
Major Northsea:
Robert Henderson
Chancellor:
John Paul
Constable:
Derek Nimmo
Constable:
Jay Denyer
Other parts played by:
Fred Goddard
Other parts played by:
Doris Hall
Other parts played by:
Elizabeth Schofield

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