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: Newyddion

(News in Welsh)

: Croeso'n Ol

1 rat o'r Cymry tramor a fydd yn y stiwdio yn starad gyda Havard Gregory
('Welcome Back' to Welsh people from overseas)

: Wimbledon 1960: Lawn Tennis Championships

BBC Outside Broadcast units bring you the first day's play featuring the first round of the Men's Singles direct from the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon.
Results and news flashes by David Coleman and introducing Jack Kramer, Wimbledon Champion, 1947 as your Guide to the Champions.

Contributors

Commentator: Dan Maskell
Commentator: Peter West
Commentator: Michael Henderson
Presenter: David Coleman
Guide: Jack Kramer
Television presentation: Bryan Cowgill.
Television presentation: Douglas Fleming
Television presentation: Bill Wright

: For the Schools: Water in Nature: 7: Lowland Bog

Introduced by Eric Simms.

The water of a bog is almost stagnant, and therefore only acid-loving plants are to be found there. Most bogs contain open pools and in these insects and other water animals may be found.
(BBC film)

Contributors

Presenter/producer: Eric Simms
Film cameraman: Eric Deeming
Film editor: Alan Martin
Producer: F. R. Elwell

: Prudence Kitten: Prudence makes the Jam

with Molly Blake.
Assisted by Doris Hall.

Contributors

Presenter: Molly Blake
Puppeteer: Doris Hall

: Focus

Vera McKechnie introduces Your Monday Magazine.

The Ted Taylor Four

The Ebonairs

Golden Jubilee
Meet Guides from other lands who have come for the celebrations.

Scientific Crime Detection with Tom Margerison

Robin Adler's Camera Club

School Shields: Harrow

Contributors

Presenter: Vera McKechnie
Musicians: The Ted Taylor Four
Singers: The Ebonairs
Item presenter (Scientific Crime Detection): Tom Margerison
Item presenter (Robin Adler's Camera Club): Robin Adler
Producer: Leonard Chase

: Town and Around

A news magazine for South-East England.

: Wimbledon: Lawn Tennis Championships

The final transmission of the day direct from Wimbledon.

: Tonight

Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart, Alan Whicker, Fyfe Robertson and including John Morgan, Polly Elwes and Cy Grant.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: Derek Hart
Reporter: Alan Whicker
Reporter: Fyfe Robertson
Reporter: John Morgan
Reporter: Polly Elwes
Singer/guitarist: Cy Grant
Associate producer: Alasdair Milne
Associate producer: Antony Jay
Associate producer: Gordon Watkins
Editor: Donald Baverstock

: The Best of Hancock: 1: The Economy Drive


Written by Alan Simpson and Ray Galton.Second showings by public demand of the most popular editions of Hancock's Half-Hour.

[Starring] Tony Hancock
featuring Sidney James
In which Mr. Hancock attempts to enforce economy measures at 23 Railway Cuttings.

Contributors

Writer: Alan Simpson
Writer: Ray Galton
Incidental Music: Wally Stott
Designer: Lawrence Broadhouse
Producer: Duncan Wood
Anthony Aloysius Hancock: Tony Hancock
Sidney Balmoral James: Sidney James

: Panorama

The Window on the World
Panorama cameras focus on People-Places-Problems that make news.
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby with the Panorama team of commentators.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Dimbleby
Edited and produced by: Michael Peacock
Associate producer: David Wheeler
Associate producer: Don Haworth

: A Matter of Degree: 6

Final episode.
A serial in six parts written for television by Elaine Morgan.
with Jessie Evans, Meredith Edwards, Hugh David and Anita Morgan
From the BBC's Welsh television studio

Contributors

Writer: Elaine Morgan
Production: David J. Thomas
Film cameraman: Bill Greenhalgh
Film editor: Terry Laurie
Designer: Alan Taylor
Doreen Powell: Anita Morgan
Lil Thomas: Jessie Evans
Mavis Powell: Josephine Llewellyn
Glyn Morris: Hugh David
Emlyn Powell: Meredith Edwards
Leslie Bates: Peter Gill
Mrs Bates: Kate Jones
Mr Bates: Prysor Williams
Mrs Morris: Dilys Davies
Mr Morris: Dillwyn Owen
Rosamund: Shirley Cain
Others taking part: Shirley Jones
Others taking part: Caroline Frances
Others taking part: Sylyia Stiley
Others taking part: Ronald Williams
Others taking part: Peter King

: Philip Marlowe

A film series starring
Philip Carey as the Private Eye created by Raymond Chandler in 'Death Takes a Lover'.
A woman hires Marlowe to find her missing husband. Before he can get started, she tells him not to carry on with the investigation. But Marlowe has other ideas, and feels a corpse needs some investigating.

Contributors

Philip Marlowe: Philip Carey
Creator: Raymond Chandler

: The News

: A Song for Everyone

From the BBC's studio in Scotland

Contributors

Tenor: Kenneth McKellar
Guest: Margo Henderson
Musicians: BBC Scottish Variety Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Jack Nugent
Conductor: Jack Leon
Designer: Robert MacGowan
Producer: Eddie Fraser

: Lifeline: Hysteria

Hysterical illness produces physical conditions which often resemble structural disease.
The condition is caused by emotional disturbance and can produce varying states, from loss of limb function and paralysis to deafness and blindness.
Hysterical symptoms are a warning that a human being is in distress, and has found no better solution than a partial surrender. with A Consultant Psychiatrist and Two Consultant Neurologists.

Contributors

Producer: Hugh Burnett








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