Pobl yn y newyddion yn ystyried un o bynciau'r dydd yng nghwmni T. Glynne Davies
(Discussion on current affairs)
Introduced by a doctor.
The growth of large communities has given rise to many problems. The series will show how science can help in solving them.
In recent years there has been much public concern over air pollution. One major factor is smoke, more than half of which comes from domestic chimneys. This programme investigates its main source, and suggests a cure.
To be repeated next Tuesday at 11.20
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
A weekly miscellany of people and events.
Introduced by David Jacobs.
Mission to Rhodesia
Elizabeth Balneaves surveys the prospects of her new job, collecting animals for the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland.
Bryan Forbes discussing an excerpt from his new film 'The League of Gentlemen' with Gordon Gow.
And So We Say Farewell
Some unusual aspects of the British Tourist Season.
And a story from Andrew Cruickshank.
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The Adventures of a Boxer puppy.
Drawn by Tim and told by Sylvia Peters.
Introduced by Ion Mercer.
Club Room with Leslie Jackman
Exploring with Ralph Thompson
Pine Martens with H.G. Hurrell
From the BBC's West of England television studio
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by Charles Dickens.
Adapted for television in thirteen parts by P. D. Cummins.
Some years after Mrs. Joe's death, while Pip is still working at the Forge, a Mr. jaggers arrives to inform him of his 'Great Expectations'. His benefactor's identity must remain hidden, though privately Pip believes it to be Miss Havisham, and he is to be educated as becomes a gentleman. On his last night at home Joe and Biddy become engaged, and at dawn they wish him God speed as he sets out with the whole world spread before him.
A news magazine for South-East England.
News from South and West
Introduced by Peter Scott.
The giraffe is a friendly animal. He associates with other creatures and is regarded by them as part of the background of Africa, into which he merges so successfully. He hardly ever sleeps; night and day he sees all that goes on around him from his lofty height. But if a giraffe could talk, what story would he tell?
Mervyn Cowie, Director of the Royal National Parks of Kenya, turns his films into a story of Africa as seen through the eyes of a giraffe.
Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart, Alan Whicker, Fyfe Robertson and including John Morgan and Robin Hall and Jimmie MacGregor.
The exciting adventures of the famous Western Stagecoach Service.
[Starring] Dale Robertson
Wade Donlan, a ruthless outlaw with an unpredictable sense of humour, finds the joke is on him when he tries to make Jim Hardie the laughing-stock of the West.
Michael Wynne-Willson invites you to measure your sense of humour against
Kenneth Williams in a brand new cartoon contest devised by Frank Wayne and Mace Neufeld
Designer, Roger Andrews Produced by NED SHERRIN
See Round and About
Peter Dimmock introduces Sportsview
Action... News... Personalities
Tonight's programme includes:
The Greyhound Television Trophy Final
Six of Britain's leading grey-hounds compete for a first prize of £ 1,000 and the Greyhound Television Trophy at Harringay Stadium, London.
Sportsview Looks Ahead To: The F.A. Cup Final: Blackburn Rovers v. Wolverhampton Wanderers
A preview of Saturday's match.
Cricket: Worcestershire v. The South Africans
A special film report of the first day's play at the start of the South Africans' tour.
Commentator (The Greyhound Television Trophy Final):
TV presentation (The Greyhound Television Trophy Final):
invites you to half an hour of mystery.
The Jury: Six Models and Six Golf Professionals
Robin Richmond at the organ
on behalf of the Liberal Party
Taking part: Jo Grimond, M.P., Jeremy Thorpe. M.P., Mark Bonham Carter
Coronary Thrombosis has been described as 'the disease of civilisation'.
This programme is concerned with the problems of research into the causes of this disease which is taking increasing toll of the middle-aged.
In which Bishop Robin shows how everyday experiences help us to understand the meaning of the Christian doctrine of atonement.
From Chelsea Reach to the Pool of London ten bridges span London's life-line, the River Thames. This film conveys the impressions of a day spent on and around the cockney reaches of the river.
followed by Weather and Close Down