(A programme for Welsh schools)
Sylwadau arbenlgwyr ar wahanol bynciau'r dydd. mewn fftlm a sgwre
Yr wythnos hon: Amaethyddiaeth Y rhaglen yng ngofa) DAVID JOHN
Introduced by a doctor.
In an age when many of the diseases that affect mankind are being controlled, or even eliminated, bacterial food poisoning has increased considerably.
This programme discusses the causes of food poisoning, and shows how, knowing the cause, we can help to control the disease by taking care in the handling, cooking, and storing of food.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Introduced by David Jacobs.
Josephine Hunter introduces some more animals in need of adoption.
The Summer Exhibition
An outside broadcast from the Royal Academy.
Visit to a Poet
Richard Church at home in his Kentish Oast House.
Ian Carmichael, Herbert Lom
And a story from Laurie Lee.
Item presenter (Homes Wanted):
Interviewee (Visit to a Poet):
The adventures of a Boxer Puppy.
Drawn by Tim and told by Sylvia Peters.
Sylvia Peters Presented by: Clive
A magazine programme for railway enthusiasts with John Adams and Patrick Whitehouse.
Introduced by Bill Hartley.
This month's edition includes:
Can you guess?
T.9 from Tavistock
A visit to Saltley Shed
From the BBC's Midland television studio
by Charles Dickens.
Adapted for television in thirteen parts by P. D. Cummins.
On his twenty-first birthday Pip receives £500 a year, but learns no more about his benefactor. Joe brings him a message from Miss Havisham; Pip has become a snob, and Joe says with quiet dignity that their ways must part. Pip finds Orlick employed at Satis House and gets him dismissed. Orlick vows revenge. Estella has returned from abroad more beautiful than ever-she warns Pip she has no heart. Miss Havisham orders Pip to be Estella's escort when she enters Society in Richmond.
Adapted for television by:
First young man:
Second young man:
A news magazine for South-East England.
News from South and West
The programme for animal-lovers gets Out and About.
Introduced by Peter West.
Series edited by:
Look around with Cliff Michelmore
Alan Whicker. Fyfe Robertson and including John Morgan
Robin Hall and Jimmie MacGregor
Associate producers, Alasdair Milne
Antony Jay , Gordon Watkins
Editor. DONALD BAVERSTOCK '
with Terry Moore and Robert Sterling
Directed by Jerry Thorpe
Somewhere in New York a charming old lady prints her own money whenever she needs ready cash, and all the efforts of the Secret Service have so far failed to trace the ' moneymaker.'
Action ... News ... Personalities including
FOOTBALL, RUGBY LEAGUE
CRICKET, and GOLF
Associate editor, RONNIE Noble
Presented by BRYAN COWGILL
Editor, PAUL Fox
invites you to half an hour of MYSTERY
Six Sussex and Six Surrey cricketers
Robin Richmond at the organ
Presented by Kenneth Milne-Buckley
A film by John Ormond with the story told by Richard Burton.
Two Polish soldiers, homeless after war, sought shelter in Wales. They came upon a broken hillside farm in a fold of Carmarthenshire. It had lain unoccupied and decaying for twenty years. Neither of the Poles had farmed before, but the land was cheap because it was unwanted. This film tells the story of the men's twelfth year at the farm. But it is more the story of the price they have paid for poor independence; and of their unending struggle, in loneliness and hardship, to be themselves.
Made by the BBC's Welsh Film Unit
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Music composed and conducted by:
Music played by a section of:
The BBC Welsh
The American pianist
The distinguished concert pianist Frank Glazer has his own programme on American Television in which he both talks and plays.
Tonight, making his first appearance on television in this country, he introduces miniatures by composers from Schubert to Debussy, which were originally written as inscriptions for the autograph albums of their friends.
Why do members of the Dutch Reformed Church justify apartheid on Christian grounds?
John Huxtable discusses the consequences with The Ven. Cecil Wood Archdeacon of Capetown and Dr. Norman Goodall of the International Missionary Council.
The Ven Cecil
Henry Mayhew, nineteenth-century journalist and social investigator recorded many conversations with the men and women who earned their living in the streets of London.
In this programme he interrogates an omnibus driver and conductor of 1850. This dramatised interview will be seen by a present-day bus driver and conductor and they are in the studio to compare the past with the present.
Produced and designed by:
A new novel by Alistair MacLean.
Read in ten parts by John Slater.