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: O Sul I Sul

Newyddion am Gymru a Chymry.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield and Crystal Palace)

: Y Drws Agored

Drama gan JOHN R. EVANS
Y cymeriadau:
Cynllunydd, Charles Lawrence
Y cytfarwyddo gan. DAFYDD GRUFFYDD Digwydd y ddrama yn yr ystafcl] fyw yn hen ffermdy Hannah Roberts
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield and Crystal Palace)

Contributors

Unknown: John R. Evans
Unknown: Charles Lawrence
Unknown: Dafydd Gruffydd
Unknown: Hannah Roberts
Hannah Roberts: Rachel Thomas
Megan, ei nith: Lorna Davies
John Roberts, ei nai: Brinley Jenkins
Agnes Roberts, ei wraig: Dilys Davies
Nell, y forwyn: Eirwen Davies

: The Weather Situation for farmers and growers; followed by: Farming

A weekly agricultural magazine for those who live by the land.
Introduced by Eric Lamming.

Veterinary: More farmers than ever before are buying calves to rear for beef. Losses in purchased calves are enormous, often due to lack of thought. The Vet gives advice on how to avoid the many pitfalls.

Building for Profit: Frank Henderson discusses a further film in his series showing how farmers have put new labour-saving ideas into practice in their farm buildings.

Film sequences by the BBC Agricultural Film Unit
From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

Presenter: Eric Lamming
Item presenter (Building for Profit): Frank Henderson
Film cameraman: John Bird
Film editor: Iris Lewis
Producer: Hilary Phillips

: News Review

Seven Days in Thirty Minutes
Recalling this week's outstanding events on film with personalities, reports, and expert analysis from studios at home and abroad.
Introduced by Robert Dougall.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Dougall

: The Kilt is My Delight

A special edition for St. Andrew's Day.
With Alistair McHarg, Jackie Johnstone, Bobby Watson, The Clan Hay Dancers, Jim McLeod and his Band
Introduced by Alastair MacIntyre.
From the BBC's television studios in Scotland
See page 4

Contributors

Singer: Alistair McHarg
Dancer: Jackie Johnstone
Dancer: Bobby Watson
Dancers: The Clan Hay Dancers
Musicians: Jim McLeod and his Band
Presenter: Alastair MacIntyre
Producer: Alan Rees

: Concert Hour

Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1 in G minor played by Stefan Askenase with the BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Stead)
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
The programme also includes music by Rossini and Ravel.
Introduced by Hervey Alan.
From the BBC's Northern television studio

Contributors

Musicians: The BBC Northern Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Reginald Stead
Conductor: Stanford Robinson
Presenter: Hervey Alan
Presented for television by: Paul Huband

: The Brains Trust

meets this afternoon to answer your questions.
The members this week are:
Margery Perham, Michael Grant, Lady Elliot of Harwood, D.B.E., Sir John Maud
Question-Master, Norman Fisher
A sound recording can be heard in the Home Service on Friday at 4.0

Contributors

Panellist: Margery Perham
Panellist: Michael Grant
Panellist: Lady Elliot of Harwood
Panellist: Sir John Maud
Question-Master: Norman Fisher
Producer: John Furness

: Children's Television presents: Thrash It Out

Pupils of Cathays High School for Girls and Cathays High School for Boys, Cardiff, discuss the subject
'A woman's place is in the home'
In the chair, Hywel Davies

(BBC recording)

Contributors

Chairman: Hywel Davies
Producer: Ifan O. Williams

: Children's Television: The Hogarth Puppets: Gold, Silver, and Precious Stones

With Ann Hogarth and Jan Bussell.

Contributors

Puppeteer: Ann Hogarth
Puppeteer: Jan Bussell

: Children's Television: Children in Need

Terry Hall and Lenny the Lion appeal to you... to help the less fortunate children. They may be invalids, or cripples, or mentally handicapped, homeless, or in need of a holiday, but you can help them.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to Terry Hall, [address removed]
The money received In response to this appeal is distributed by the BBC on the advice of the BBC's Appeals Advisory Committees. Charitable organisations whose work falls within the terms of the appeal should write for information to the Appeals Organiser at the BBC's Offices in the Region concerned.

Contributors

Ventriloquist/presenter: Terry Hall

: Children's Television: The Lost King: 5: The Path to the Throne

by Rafael Sabatini.
Adapted in six episodes by Constance Cox.
France and Switzerland, 1814
Harpsichord, played by Tom McCall

(Alan Dobie is in 'No Concern of Mine' at the Westminster Theatre, London)

Contributors

Author: Rafael Sabatini
Adapted by: Constance Cox
Producer: Naomi Capon
Dance adviser: Melusine Wood
Harpsichordist: Tom McCall
Designer: John Cooper
Film cameraman: John Turner
Film editor: Valerie Best
Justine Perrin: Jeannette Sterke
Madame Perrin: Ann Heffernan
Charles Deslys: Alan Dobie
La Salle: Barry Letts
Fouche Duke of Otranto: Michael Goodliffe
Paulino de Castillon-Fouquieres: Patricia Healey
Duchess de Castillon-Fouquieres: Marjorie Stewart
Marquis de Sceaux: Eric Thompson
Joseph Perrin: Geoffrey Hibbert
Marie-Therese: Sheila Burrell
[Actor]: Nigel Sharpe
[Actor]: Carlos Williams
Dancers: Members of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, London Branch

: Children's Television: Sunday Special: 7,000,000 Stitches to Kneel On

Professor John Foster tells the remarkable story of how the people of Lacock, in Wiltshire, have worked in needlepoint over two hundred hassocks for their parish church, each with its own individual design.
From the BBC's West of England television studio

Contributors

Presenter: Professor John Foster
Presented by: Kenneth Savidge

: Meeting Point: What's in today's Papers?

Looking through them are:
Charles Curran, C. A. Joyce, Professor G. W. H. Lampe
The Sunday press mirrors the news of the week. What is a Christian to see in that mirror?
Charles Curran, often to be seen in Press Conference, has long experience of Fleet Street. Now a columnist for a London evening paper, he also writes in the Sunday press. He is a member of the Bar.
C. A. Joyce is Headmaster of the Cotswold School, Ashton Keynes, and a well-known broadcaster in sound and television.
G. W. H. Lampe is Professor of Theology in the University of Birmingham.
From the BBC's Midland television studios

Contributors

Panellist: Charles Curran
Panellist: C. A. Joyce
Panellist: Professor G. W. H. Lampe
Arranged for television by: William Purcell
Producer: Barrie Edgar

: News

: What's My Line?

Television's most popular panel game with Isobel Barnett, Adrienne Corri, Gilbert Harding, Chic Murray
In the chair, Eamonn Andrews

('What's My Line?' was devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman and is televised by arrangement with CBS and Maurice Winnick)

Contributors

Panellist: Isobel Barnett
Panellist: Adrienne Corri
Panellist: Gilbert Harding
Panellist: Chic Murray
Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Presented by: Kenneth Milne Buckley
Producer: Dennis Main Wilson

: The Sid Caesar Show

starring Sid Caesar with Shirley MacLaine, Art Carney, Cliff Norton, The Kirby Stone Quartette.
Recorded by arrangement with the NBC

Contributors

Presenter/comedian: Sid Caesar
Guest: Shirley MacLaine
Guest: Art Carney
Comedian: Cliff Norton
Singers: The Kirby Stone Quartette
Edited for BBC Television by: Philip Barker
Film editor: Richard Barclay

: Sunday-Night Theatre presents: Till Time Shall End

by Clemence Dane.
See panel at top of page and page 4

The play is set in London, Hatfield, and Windsor between the years 1558 and 1562.
(Tony Britton appears by permission of British Lion Films)

Contributors

Writer: Clemence Dane
Music for the songs composed by: Richard Addinsell
Designer: Barry Learoyd
Lord Robert Dudley, afterwards Earl of Leicester: Tony Britton

: News

: Music For You

Introduced by Eric Robinson.
with Fiorenza Cossotto, James Robertson Justice, Leonora Lafayette, Mindru Katz, Rob van Reijn, David Kelly
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Steven Staryk)
Assistant Conductor, Marcus Dods

(James Robertson Justice appears by permission of The Rank Organisation; David Kelly by arrangement with the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden Ltd.)
See pages 4 and 5

Contributors

Presenter: Eric Robinson
Producer: Patricia Foy
Soprano: Fiorenza Cossotto
Performer: James Robertson Justice
Soprano: Leonora Lafayette
Pianist: Mindru Katz
Mime: Rob van Reijn
Singer: David Kelly
Soloists of the Ballet Rambert: Lucette Aldous
Soloists of the Ballet Rambert: Gillian Martlew
Soloists of the Ballet Rambert: June Sandbrook
Soloists of the Ballet Rambert: Norman Dickson
Soloists of the Ballet Rambert: John Chesworth
Soloists of the Ballet Rambert: Norman Morrice
Soloists of the Ballet Rambert: Kenneth Bannerman
Musicians: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Steven Staryk
Assistant Conductor: Marcus Dods
Dances arranged by: Peggy van Praagh
Designer: Stephen Taylor

: Weather, followed by: The Epilogue: Who's Coming for Christmas?

The Very Rev. George Reindorp, Provost of Southwark, asks some questions about
Christmas preparations.
Close Down

Contributors

Presenter: The Very Rev. George Reindorp








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