Newyddion am Gymru a Chymry.
Rhai o fyfyrwyr ein Colegau yn ein difyrru ar 61 gorffen yr arholiadau ac ar ddechrau'r gwyliau hir
Cyflwynir y rhaglen gan Ifor Rees
Y cynhyrchu gan David J. Thomas
(Stars of the Colleges)
From France This year the Grand Prix d'Europe for Formula 1 racing cars is being held at Rheims. This is the third international race of the season counting towards the World Championship. Visits to Rheims will alternate with that other great French sporting event, the Tour de France, in which leading cyclists from many nations take part.
Motor Racing direct from Rheims: 1.50, 3.10, and 3.50
Tour de France: 3.30 and 4.5
Television presentation by Radiodiffusion Television Francaise
Commentator (at Rheims):
Commentator on the Tour de France:
Introduced by Kenneth Russell.
As delegates from many parts of the world attending the Fifteenth International Dairy Congress in London are visiting centres of dairying interest throughout Britain, a panel of international dairying authorities discusses recent developments. The programme Includes visits to the National Institute for Research in Dairying, the Hannah Dairy Research Institute, Lord Rayleigh's Farms, and the Felinfach creamery of the Milk Marketing Board of England and Wales.
Film sequences bv the BBC's Agricultural Film Unit
Seven Days in Twenty-Five Minutes
Recalling this week's outstanding events on film.
Introduced by Richard Baker.
The members this week are: Lord James, Dr. J. Bronowski, Sir George Thomson, F.R.S., Dr. W. Grey Walter.
Question-Master, Alan Bullock
Questions should he addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]
Dr. W. Grey
The western part of Paraguay is a vast flat plain, treeless except for a few patches of thorn scrub and cactus. In the rainy season it is a swamp, in the dry season a desert. This is the Chaco.
David Attenborough shows film of people and animals living there and brings some of the creatures he captured to the studio.
(Previously shown on April 10)
An animated cartoon.
Written and drawn by:
by Constance Cox.
A story of The Wars of the Roses
A television serial in six parts.
Sir Edmund Fenton:
Richard of Gloucester:
Some of the Community Players of the Sheffield Diocese tell what taking part in a religious play has taught them.
Scenes from 'Sons of Adam' by Philip Lamb. produced for the Northern Provincial Committee for Religious Drama, by Pamela Keily.
For the Grand Prix of Aix-la-Chapelle
Direct from Germany
The closing stages of this important contest in which many of Europe's best riders are taking part.
Presented by the German Television Service
Commentator at the Laurensberg Stadium, Aachen:
Twenty-one years ago, the Very Rev. George MacLeod left the Clydeside Parish of Govan to rebuild the Abbey of lona, and to seek the lost relationship between work and worship for modern man. Last Sunday the restored Cloisters, Sacristy, and St. Oran's Chapel were blessed.
Tonight Maurice Lindsay tells you of this work and of the work of the 150 members of the lona Community, on the island, in Scotland, and throughout the world.
The Rev. Ronald
on behalf of The Young Men's Christian Association by His Excellency the High Commissioner for Ghana, the Hon. Edward O. Asafu-Adjaye
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be sent to the High Commissioner for Ghana, [address removed]
The Y.M.C.A. serves young people at home and abroad at those points in life where they most need friends and help. Money is urgently needed for work overseas, where the Y.M.C.A. is trying to improve the relationship between young people of different class, creed, and colour. Tonight's appeal is for funds to help the Y.M.C.A. in Africa.
The Hon. Edward O.
A weekly school report.
Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
[Starring] Professor Jimmy Edwards
with Arthur Howard
When Jim is pressed to settle an outstanding account of Â£104 8s. for scholastic supplies, he hits on an idea for raising money which is well up to his usual standard. For is it not about time that Chiselbury had a memorial to its greatest old boy, Samuel Ogilvie Upjohn-'the boy who never was'?
Incidental music composed and conducted by:
A play for television by Joseph Schull.
[Starring] Diane Cilento, Earl Cameron and Michael Gwynn
with Louise Collins
The play is set in Montreal, in 1951.
People, events and controversies on film and in the studio every fortnight.
Tonight's programme includes:
A filmed interview with the world's most famous harpsichord player, who is eighty today.
The Romantic Movement
Paintings from the Council of Europe Exhibition, opening in London on July 10.
Introduced and edited by Huw Wheldon.
Introduced and edited by:
Music for late evening.
With Geraint Evans baritone; Nina Dova songs with guitar; Patricia Carroll piano;
Anura drum dancer from Ceylon; Manoug Parikian violin
The International Players
Directed by Gilbert Vinter
Introduced by Liane Aukin.
[Players] directed by:
The Rev. Basil Watson Chaplain, Royal Navy
Followed by Weather and Close Down
The Rev. Basil