Malee Yourself at Home For viewers from
Pakistan and India
Revision course: Lesson 37
Teacher. Robert Chapmaa
Shown on Sunday
Y Rhan Olaf
Awduron: Huw LLOYD EDWARDS IDWAL JONES, GRUFFYDD PARRY
Golygydd y stori, GWRNLYN PARRY
Manor and Manse: a drama series
Y Parch Huw Rhys:
For the very young
1: The Bill Poster
BOB BURA and JOHN Hardwick
Narration. BRIAN CANT
Music, FREDDIE PHILLIPS
ALISON PRINCE and Gordon MURRAI
Puppets and production,
with Clement Freud
Today: Potato Pancake*
A weekly series
Introduced by JOHNNY MORRIS with Keith Shackleton
The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home: a magazine of stories about animals constantly illustrating their own kind of magic
Director, David KENNARD
Producer, DOUGLAS THOMAS from the South and West
FEEDING animals is mostly a chore, but there are days when it becomes a pleasure, as the morning recently when Keeper Morris had to feed the llamas at Whipsnade
Auckland Airport was for some years troubled by the many birds that interfered with the passage of aircraft. After experimenting a novel solution was finally adopted.
Ferrets are a popular pet Recently we met Philip White of Taunton, whose female ferret produced six-or is it more?-kittens.
Recently Keith Shackleton went on a police dog mini van patrol, one of the hundreds always on duty throughout the country, and shows us how today's police dog works.
It's all very well to be presented with an East African Hornbill, but the fun begins when you start looking after him-for instance, when Horatio, Animal Magic's own Hornbill, is taken from his crate for the very first time.
Hard Luck Train
Casey helps a friend in distress
Created by SERGE DANOT
English version written and told by Eric THOMPSON
News and views from
London and the South-East featuring Zena Skinner followed by the WEATHER IN THE SOUTH-EAST
A comedy film series with never a dull moment starring
Lucille Ball as Lucy Carmichael and Gale Gordon
"s Mr. Mooney
* Lucy the Bean Queen
... is no has been!
Lucy Carmichael, broke as usual, Wants to buy some new furniture. Mr. Mooney, the bank manager, refuses to put up the necessary$1,500, so Lucy fears that she will have to cancel the order-until she sees an advertisement for a new brand of beans. The sign declares that if the beans aren'the best ever tasted, Bailey's Beans will return to the buyer double the amount paid for each can. Lucy thinks she has found the perfect way to make money ...
The television magazine which reports on what's new today for those interested in tomorrow
Introduced by Raymond Baxter
A weekly look at the world's fast-changing scientific, technological, and medical scene
Producers, PETER BRUCE
CLIVE Parkhurst , GORDON THOMAS Editor, MICHAEL LATHAM
Tales from the last frontier of the great American West
A film series starring James Drury as The Virginian
First shown on BBC-2
'Beauty's Tragic Secret Unveiled By Ex-Sailor Seeking Wife': thus runs the irresistible publicity hand-out for tonight's episode.
The 'beauty' is Judith Morrow, and the ex-sailor who visits Medicine Bow looking for a wife is Kevin Doyle. But the unknown quantity of the story is Judith's plain sister Susan, whose presence plays a very important part.
Susan Morrow is played by Shirley Knight, who is busy making a name for herself as one of America's top young actresses. Originally she became known as one of 'the new-wave method' actresses, though this is a tag she has grown to dislike intensely.
After her performance in the film version of Mary McCarthy's The Group she was in the film Dutchman (produced by her husband) in which she played a white girl who tantalises a coloured man.
Miss Knight was in Britain recently to make a play for BBC-tv called Majesty by Scott Fitzgerald which will be shown in a new series called The Jazz Age.
BERNARD BRESSLAW and PETE MURRAY in Episode 1:
Cuckoo in the Nest
Written by Jimmy GRAFTON and JEREMY Lloyd
-with Denis Cowles
Music by BILL McGUFFIE
Design by Don Brewer
Produced by ERIC Fawcktt
See page 29
The boys of the title are Leonard Pallise and Robin Fosdyke , both sons by different marriages of Mrs. Crystal PaIIise, ex-chorus girl and con- ' Jurer's assistant In the terraced house let off into flatlets which provides her bread and butter, Crystal keeps the simple Leonard tied to her apron strings by encouraging him in a not too successful acting career.
Into this household arrives Robin, the result of Crystal's earlier brief union with a young nobleman, the Hon. Bertram Fosdyke. Crystal has not seen Robin since the marriage was annulled and the baby taken by Bertram's parents. The humorous consequences of Robin's return form the story of this opening episode ...
with Michael Aspel followed by THE WEATHER
2: Value for Money
A Party Political Broadcast on behalf of the CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST PARTY with Ted Leather
Also on BBC-2
by Gerald Vaughan-Hughes
with Calvin Lockhart as Damon Page
Maureen O'Brien as Jane Peel
Robert Gillespie as Bruce Maslin
This isn't a play about the colour Problem, even though one of its two main characters happens to be a Negro. An American trumpet player spends a few hours in an English provincial town with a girl who happens to be white, and as a result each learns to care for the other, not as a 'cypher of a divided society' but as a vulnerable human being.
You will recently have seen Calvin Lockhart as Judi Dench's husband in the Alan Hopkins quartet, "Talking To a Stranger", while Maureen O'Brien is about to play Miranda in "The Tempest" at Chichester.
The European Football
Quarter-Final (1st leg)
In tonight's big match at the Empire Stadium, Wembley, England, champions of the world, meet Spain, champions of Europe, in the first of two matches to decide which of the two countries will qualify for the semi-finals
Television presentation by Alec Weeks
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore with Kenneth Allsop
Editor, ANTHONY WHITBY
A series of music and arts features
Bold Nash featuring
NIALL MacGINNIS as John Nash , Esq.
Designed by Gwen Evans Written and compiled by RICHARD NAPPER and JOHN DUNCAN Directed by LESLIE MEGAHEY
Produced by JOHN DUNCAN
As we walk around London today, how often do we wonder how and why the landscape came to be as it is? Why the curve in Regent Street? Why the kink in the road past Broadcasting House? Why the gap in the terraces on the north side of Regent's Park? Tonight's programme about John Nash , the great Regency planner responsible for Regent Street and Regent's Park, answers these questions, largely by means of the original plans and reports published in 1812.
John Fordyce, Esq:
James Spiller, Esq:
by Fr. Michael Child
A monthly series of programmes for doctors
J Shown last Tuesday on BBC-2