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Come Dancing

at the Sherwood Rooms, Nottingham where Paul Carpenter introduces The Finals of the 1958 National Ballroom Queen Contest.
(Organised by Mecca Dancing)
Dance demonstrations by: Sydney and Mary Thompson, Sonny Binick and Sally Brock, Roy and June Mavor, Syd Perkin and Edna Duffield
Master of Ceremonies, Eric Morley
Assisted by Wally Green
with Gene Mayo and his Orchestra and the Herald Trumpeters of the 16th/5th The Queen's Royal Lancers by permission of Lt.-Col. J.D. Lunt, Officer Commanding
BBC Television

Come Dancing

for the BBC Inter-Regional Dancing Contest
(by arrangement with Mecca Dancing)
Paul Carpenter introduces the finals in this nation-wide amateur ballroom dancing contest for the BBC Television Award.

South (North of the Thames) from the Royal Ballroom, Tottenham with Harry Roy and his Band.
Compere, Alex Macintosh

versus
The Midlands from the Sherwood Rooms,Nottingham with Gene Mayo and his Orchestra.
Compere, Peter West

versus
Wales from the Sophia Gardens, Cardiff with Tommy Mander and his Orchestra.
Compere, Alun Williams
BBC Television

Come Dancing

for the BBC Inter-Regional Dancing Contest
(by arrangement with Mecca Dancing)
Paul Carpenter introduces the second semi-final in this nation-wide amateur ballroom dancing contest for the BBC Television Award.

South (South of the Thames) from The Locarno Ballroom, Streatham with Bob Miller and his Orchestra.
Compere, Wally Green

versus
The Midlands
from The Sherwood Rooms, Nottingham with Gene Mayo and his Orchestra.
Compere, Peter West
BBC Television

Come Dancing

for the BBC Inter-Regional Dancing Contest
(by arrangement with Mecca Dancing)
Paul Carpenter introduces the third heat in this nation-wide amateur ballroom dancing contest for the BBC Television Award.

Scotland
from the Palais Ballroom, Edinburgh with Andy Currie and his Orchestra.
Compere, Archie McCulloch
versus
The Midlands
from the Palais Ballroom, Nottingham with Gene Mayo and his Orchestra.
Compere, Peter West
BBC Television

Come Dancing


Paul Carpenter invites you to Come Dancing
(by arrangement with Mecca Dancing) at the Sherwood Rooms, Nottingham to the music of Gene Mayo and his Orchestra.
Grand Challenge Match: Nottingham and Birmingham v. Manchester and Liverpool
and Knock-out Quickstep Contest
BBC Television

Dixon of Dock Green: The Story of Jimmy Mayo

Some stories of a London policeman by Ted Willis.
[Starring] Jack Warner
BBC Television

Theatre Night presents: An excerpt from The Lovebirds

A farce by Basil Thomas.
[Starring] Ronald Shiner and Dora Bryan
A special performance from the Adelphi Theatre, London, by arrangement with Jack Hylton and Emile Littler.
BBC Television

Miss England 1957

Outside Broadcast cameras visit the Astoria Ballroom, Nottingham for the finals of this national event.
Organised by Mecca Dancing
with
Ravic and Babs, A speciality on roller skates
Gene Mayo and his Dance Orchestra
Fanfare trumpeters from the Central Band of the R.A.F.
(by permission of the Air Council)
Compere, Peter West
BBC Television

The Scandalous Affair of Mr. Kettle and Mrs. Moon

An excerpt from a new comedy by J. B. Priestley.
The action takes place on a wet Monday in November in the sitting-room of George Kettle's flat in Brickmill, a town in the Midlands.
Introduced by Peter Haigh.
A special performance before an invited audience from the Duchess Theatre, London.
BBC Television

Quite Contrary

featuring Ruby Murray, Pamela Russell, Anita Ellis, Eliza Lotti, Irene Mayo, Freddie Stuart, Pedro and Pinkie, The Littlewood Songsters, The New Toppers, Ray Martin and his Orchestra.
Introduced by Catherine Boyle.
BBC Television

Jack London

A film on the life story of Jack London, fighter, sailor, prospector, war correspondent, and author whose famous books were based on the experiences of his own adventurous life.
[Starring] Michael O'Shea and Susan Hayward

With Virginia Mayo, Ralph Morgan, Osa Massen, Louise Beavers, Harry Devenport, Jonathan Hale, Frank Craven, Leonard Strong.
BBC Television

The Playboy of the Western World

A play by J. M. Synge.
The action takes place in a shebeen near a village on the wild coast of Mayo, Ireland.
(Repeat Performance)
(to 16.30)
BBC Television

Playboy of the Western World

by J.M. Synge.
The action takes place in a shebeen near a village on a wild coast of Mayo, Ireland.
(Repeat Performance)
(to 22.30)
BBC Television

The Playboy of the Western World

by J. M. Synge.
The cast includes: Arthur Sinclair, Phyllis Ryan, Tom Warden, Joyce Chancellor, J. Edward Byrne, E. J. Kennedy, Rose Murray, Billy Kelly, Alan Crawley, Maureen Cusack, Rosamund Merivale, and Adrian Byrne
The action takes place in a shebeen near a village on a wild coast of Mayo, Ireland
BBC Television

Music-Hall Party

with Sam Mayo, Daisy Dormer, George Mozart, May Moore Duprez, Charles Lea, Tom Leamore.
Chairman: George Benson

The BBC Television Orchestra
leader Boris Pecker
conductor Hyam Greenbaum
(to 16.00)






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