Newyddion am Gymru a Chymry.
Ffilm i adrodd hanes diwygiadau 1859 a 1904 wedi'i Ilunio a'i chyflwyno gan Aneirin Talfan Davies
Yn ystod y ffilm hon cawn ymweld ar broydd sy'n gysylltiedig a dechrau diwygiadau 1859 a 1904, Tre'r Dd61, Pontrhyd-y-groes, Ysbyty Ystwyth , Cei Newydd, Blaenannerch, Castell Newydd Emlyn, Casllwchwr a mannau eraill.
Cawn hefyd gyfle i weld a chlywed rhai o'r gwyr a'r gwragedd a gymerodd ran flaenllaw yn niwygiad 1904, I chlywed rhai o emynau'r diwygiad.
Gwnaed gan Uned Ffilmiau'r
BBC yng Nghymru
Gwaith camera, Bill Greenhalgh Golygydd y ffilm, Terry Laurie
Recordiwr Sain , John Lanchester
Introduced by John Cherrington.
James Thorburn visits Harold Cottell, Goonhavern. Truro (21 acres) and Tom Parker, Droxford Southampton (2,300 acres). John Cherrington discusses their farming systems with them in the studio.
Film sequences by the BBC's West Region Film Unit
From the BBC's West of England television studio
Seven Days in twenty-five minutes
Recalling this week's outstanding events on film.
Introduced by Richard Baker.
Written by Dave Freeman and Charlie Drake.
With Harry Towb, Bernadette Milne, Pamela Beckman, Sam Kydd, Denis Shaw, Thomas Gallagher, Tom Clegg, Geoffrey Frederick, Bill Cartwright, Howard Lang, J. Leslie Frith, Jacques Cey, Herbert Nelson, Colin Croft, Ewen MacDuff.
Charles O'Casey Drake:
From the BBC's Welsh television studio
meets this afternoon to answer your questions.
The members today, St. David's Day, are: Sir Miles Thomas, Gwyn Thomas, Sir Percy Thomas, Brinley Thomas
Question-Master, Michael Flanders
A sound recording can be heard in
Explore the undersea world of Adventure with Hans Hass
The marine research vessel Xarifa carries underwater television apparatus. With it Hans Hass found a new species of fish, and thereby solved a problem which might otherwise have defeated scientists.
The series directed by Hans Hass
Assisted by Sweep and Harry Corbett.
Produced by Trevor Hill in the BBC's North of England studios
Freely based on 'Little Men' and 'Jo's Boys' by Louisa M. Alcott.
Adapted as a television serial in seven parts by Constance Cox.
[Starring] George Pravda and Annabelle Lee
With John Stuart Anderson.
An enquiry into the Christian view of life
John Hale and a group of believers and non-believers put their questions this week to The Bishop of Bradford, the Rt. Rev. Donald Coggan.
The Rt. Rev. Donald
on behalf of the National Fund for Poliomyelitis Research by its Director, Duncan Guthrie.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be sent to: Duncan Guthrie, National Fund for Polio Research, [address removed]
Can polio be prevented?
Can we help those suffering and disabled from polio? Shall we ever be able to speak of polio as the disease 'that children used to have'? The aim of the National Fund for Poliomyelitis Research is to find the answer to questions like these. Tonight its founder, Duncan Guthrie, appeals for funds to help research into the prevention of this crippling disease and the treatment of children and adults already afflicted.
A film series starring George Burns.
As a producer George is a great success but as a tenant - according to his land-lord - he leaves a lot to be desired, and is in fact asked to leave.
Television's most popular panel game.
With Isobel Barnett, Louise Collins, Gilbert Harding, Cyril Fletcher
In the chair, Eamonn Andrews
A new play by John Gwilym Jones.
Translated from the Welsh and produced by Emyr Humphreys.
[Starring] Donald Houston, Clifford Evans and Hugh David
The events of the play take place in a small town in North West Wales at the present time.
(The original version of this play was commissioned by the Welsh Committee of the Arts Council of Great Britain)
Translated and Produced by:
Elis, his elder son:
Gwyn his younger son:
Theatre - Films - Books
Painting - Sculpture
Music - Architecture
Presenting people, events, and controversies on film and in the studio every fortnight.
Tonight's programme includes:
John Betjeman, A poet in London
Introduced and edited by Huw Wheldon.
Subject (A Poet in London):
Director (A Poet in London):
A series of six talks by The Rev. William Neil, D.D.
From the BBC's Midland television studio
Followed by Weather and Close Down
The Rev. William