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: Solemn Mass

From St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Edinburgh.
Celebrant, Father Patrick Grady
Sermon by the Most Rev. Gordon J. Gray, Archbishop of St. Andrew's and Edinburgh
Commentary by Father Agnellus Andrew, O.F.M.
Choir of St. Mary's Cathedral
(Director, Arthur Oldham)
Conducted by James Urquhart
Organist, John McGrogan
Introit; Kyrie: Gloria; Collect Epistle: 1 Peter 2, vv. 21-25 Gradual
Gospel: John 10, vv. 11-16 Sermon
Credo III
Offertory
Motet: Regina Caeli (Alchinger) Sanctus
The Consecration
Benedictus
The Pater Noster Agnus Dei
The Communion
The Blessing
Missa Brevis by Gabriel The Proper of the Mass is by Gregory Ould

Contributors

Celebrant: Father Patrick Grady
Sermon: The Most Rev. Gordon J. Gray
Commentary: Father Agnellus Andrew, O.F.M.
Singers: Choir of St. Mary's Cathedral
[Choir] director: Arthur Oldham
[Choir] conducted by: James Urquhart
Organist: John McGrogan

: O Sul I Sul

Newyddion am Gymru a Chymry.

: Cefndir

Y newyddion mewn cylchgrawn o'r stiwdio ynghyd a ffilmiau yn rhoi cefndir digwyddiadau'r mis yng Nghymru; storiau a ffilmiwyd yn arbennig, a sylwadau ac ymddiddan ar bob math ar bynciau
Cyflwynir yr eitemau gan Aled Rhys Wiliam
Y rhaglen dan ofal T. Glynne Davies

Contributors

Unknown: Aled Rhys Wiliam

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

A weekly agricultural magazine.
Introduced by John Cherrington.
Malcolm Stokes of Brockton, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, introduces a film telling the story of his farm over the past year. His farming depends on the production of cheap milk from grass, with wheat and barley in the rotation. David Beale, principal of Northamptonshire Institute of Agriculture, discusses his methods.
Film sequences by the BBC's Agricultural Film Unit
From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

Presenter: John Cherrington
Item presenter: Malcolm Stokes
Interviewee: David Beale
Cameraman: John Bird
Film editor: Macdonald Martin Producer: Hilary Phillips

: News Review

Seven Days in Thirty Minutes
Recalling this week's outstanding events on film.
Introduced by Kenneth Kendall.

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Kendall

: The Thin Man: Murder Is Where You Find It

The film series starring Peter Lawford as 'Nick', Phyllis Kirk as 'Nora' with 'Asta' the dog.

Contributors

Nick: Peter Lawford
Nora: Phyllis Kirk

: Concert Hour

Sir Eugene Goossens conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra (Leader, Paul Beard)
With Leon Goossens (oboe)
Introduced by Alec Robertson.
Before an invited audience in BBC Studio 1, Maida Vale
Simultaneously broadcast in the Home Service

Contributors

Orchestra conductor: Sir Eugene Goossens
Musicians: The BBC Symphony Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Paul Beard
Oboist: Leon Goossens
Presenter: Alec Robertson

: The Brains Trust

meets this afternoon to answer your questions.
The members this week are: Dame Rebecca West, Stevie Smith, David Daiches, Lord David Cecil, C.H.
Question-Master, Norman Fisher
Questions should be addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]

Contributors

Panellist: Dame Rebecca West
Panellist: Stevie Smith
Panellist: David Daiches
Panellist: Lord David Cecil
Question-Master: Norman Fisher
Producer: John Furness

: Children's Television presents Tintin: King Ottokar's Sceptre: 1: A Warning from Syldavia

A French cartoon film in eight episodes about the adventures of a boy reporter.
Story and drawings from the book by Hergé.

Contributors

Voices: Deryck Guyler
Tintin/voices: Gerald Campion
Script: Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper
Script: Michael Turner
English presentation: Richard Evans
Story/drawings: Hergé

: Children's Television: Sooty

assisted by Sweep Corbett and Harry Corbett.
Produced by Trevor Hill to the BBC's North of England studio

Contributors

Puppeteer: Harry Corbett
Producer: Trevor Hill

: Children's Television: Great Expectations: Part 2

by Charles Dickens.
Adapted in thirteen parts by P. D. Cummins.

'Ours was the marsh country down by the river' —Pip is remembering that Christmas when he became the unwilling accomplice of a desperate convict, savage with cold and hunger, who was yet more concerned with taking the life of his enemy than saving his own.
Leaving the bleak churchyard whert his mother and father are buried, Pip returns fearfully across the marshes to his sister.

Contributors

Author: Charles Dickens
Adapter: P. D. Cummins
Producer: Dorothea Brooking
Designer: Richard Henry
Film cameraman: Leonard Newson
Film editor: Ron de Mattos
Magwitch: Jerold Wells
Pip a boy: Colin Spaull
Joe Gargery: Michael Gwynn
Mrs Joe Gargery: Margot van Der Burgh
Mr Wopsle: William Lyon Brown
Parson: Lionel Marson
Mr Pumblechook: Raymond Rollett
Sergeant: Donald Masters
Compeyson: Robert Mooney
Soldier: Brian Moorhead

: Children's Television: Sunday Special - The Two Africas

The Rev. Kenneth MacKenzie a missionary, shows some things from the Old and the New Africas.
From the BBC's television studio in Scotland

Contributors

Presenter: The Rev. Kenneth MacKenzie

: Meeting Point

Three men from varied backgrounds question a leading personality about some specific Christian venture on which he is engaged.
Across the Table from
A Business Man: Geoffrey Smith
An Actor: John Neville and A Queen's Counsel
is The Rev. Michael Scott who answers their questions about his advocacy of non-violence.

Contributors

Questioner: Geoffrey Smith
Questioner: John Neville
Panellist: The Rev. Michael Scott
Arranged by: Eric Blennerhassett
Producer: Barrie Edgar

: News Summary

: Hancock's Half-Hour

Written by Alan Simpson and Ray Galton.
In which Mr. Hancock becomes dissatisfied with his facial appearance-with unfortunate consequences.
[Starring] Tony Hancock
Featuring Sidney James with John Le Mesurier, Roger Avon, Annabelle Lee, Pamela Manson, Elizabeth Fraser, Barbara Archer, Mario Fabrizi, Alec Bregonzi, Ivor Raymonde, Arthur Mullard, Anne Marryott.

Contributors

Writer: Alan Simpson
Writer: Ray Galton
Incidental music composed and orchestra conducted by: Wally Stott
Designer: Roy Oxley
Producer: Duncan Wood
Anthony Aloysius Hancock: Tony Hancock
Sidney Balmoral James: Sidney James
Dr. Francis Worthington: John Le Mesurier
Arthur Dilwater: Roger Avon
Tony's Girlfriend: Annabelle Lee
[Actress]: Pamela Manson
Girl in cafe: Elizabeth Fraser
Girl at Tony's: Barbara Archer
Milkman: Mario Fabrizi
1st Man at Bus Stop: Alec Bregonzi
[Actor]: Ivor Raymonde
Man in surgery: Arthur Mullard
Nurse: Anne Marryott

: Treason

: Monitor

Theatre - Films - Books - Painting
Sculpture —- Music - Architecture
Tonight's programme includes:
Hi-Fi-Fo-Fum
The ins and outs of High Fidelity.
A film study directed by John Schlesinger.
Paul Robeson in the studio
Bert Haanstra, Holland's leading film director in the studio, with some of his films.
Introduced and edited by Huw Wheldon.

Contributors

Director (Hi-Fi-Fo-Fum): John Schlesinger
Guest: Paul Robeson
Guest: Bert Haanstra
Film editor: Allan Tyrer
Producer: Peter Newington
Associate producer: Nancy Thomas
Introduced and edited by: Huw Wheldon

: News Summary

: Serenade

Music for late evening
Introduced by Constance Cummings with Alexander Young
Dorita y Pepe
Amaryllis Fleming
Valerie Tryon
Osian Ellis
The International Players
Directed by Gilbert Vinter
Special arrangements by Gilbert Vinter
Produced by Walter Todds

Contributors

Presenter: Constance Cummings
Tenor: Alexander Young
Group: Dorita y Pepe
Cellist: Amaryllis Fleming
Pianist: Valerie Tryon
Harpist: Osian Ellis
Musicians: The International Players
[Orchestra] director/special arrangements: Gilbert Vinter
Producer: Walter Todds

: The Epilogue: With All Our Mind

The Rev. W. Russell Shearer asks how the freedom of our mind can be maintained
in the situations of today.
From the BBC's Midland television studio
Followed by Weather and Close Down

Contributors

Presenter: The Rev. W. Russell Shearer








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