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: Newyddion

(News in Welsh)

: Manylu

W. T. ROWLANDS , Milfeddyg gyda'r Weinvddiaeth Amaelhyddol ym Mangor yn crybwvll moddion i gadw defaid yn glir o afiechyd pryfyn yr afu (liver fluke)
Dangosir ffllm o'r driniaeth briodol
Cyflwynir y rhaglen gan David John

Contributors

Unknown: W. T. Rowlands
Unknown: Weinvddiaeth Amaelhyddol
Unknown: David John

: Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men

For the Very Young
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
(BBC film)

Contributors

Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Gladys Whitred
Voices: Peter Hawkins
Songwriter/music: Maria Bird

: Racing at Goodwood

2.30 The Richmond Stakes for two-year-olds, over six furlongs

3.10 The Goodwood Stakes
A handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards over two miles and three furlongs

3.45 The King George Stakes for three-year-olds and upwards over five furlongs

4.15 The Warren Stakes for three-year-olds and upwards over one mile. three furlongs and 200 yards

Clive Graham identifies the horses and jockeys in the Parade Ring before each race.

Contributors

Race commentator: Peter O'Sullevan
Parade Ring commentator: Clive Graham
Television presentation: Dennis Monger

: The Seal of Neptune: 4: The White-sailed Ship

A film story in six episodes.
Written, directed, and told by Oliver Postgate.

Cyrus, the little seahorse, has a strange ride during his exciting journey to the court of King Neptune.

Contributors

Writer/director/narrator: Oliver Postgate
Pictures: Peter Firmin

: Union Pacific: Charming Rustler

The Indians are on the warpath, but one of Bart's men, Carl, stops their attack by promising them cattle. At the same time, the only local ranch puts up the price of cattle to more than Bart can afford. How can Bart honour the treaty with the Indians and prevent their attacking?

Contributors

Major Bart McClelland: Jeff Morrow
Billy Kincaid: Judd Pratt

: For Deaf Children

A holiday programme including a competition and things to make and do.
Introduced by Edwin Denton.

Contributors

Presenter: Edwin Denton

: Town and Around

A news magazine for South-East England.

News from South and West
(Rowridge)

: Good Companions: 1: Companions on Duty: The Glasgow Police Force

gets out and about

Introduced by Peter West.
Aug. 10: 2: The work of the P.D.S.A.
See Junior Radio Times

Contributors

Presenter: Peter West
Editor: Stanley Dangerfield
Producer: Bill Wright

: Do It Yourself Summer Edition

Barry Bucknell's Television Guide to jobs about the house.
Hang and glaze a door

Contributors

Presenter: Barry Bucknell
Producer: Stanley Hyland

: Whack-O!

A weekly school report written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
[Starring] Professor Jimmy Edwards
with Arthur Howard

Contributors

Writer: Frank Muir
Writer: Denis Norden
Incidental music composed and conducted by: Alan Yates
Designer: Malcolm Goulding
Production: Douglas Moodie
Headmaster: Jimmy Edwards
Mr Pettigrew: Arthur Howard
Mr Halliforth: Edwin Aprs
Mr Dinwiddie: Gordon Phillott
Mr Proctor: Brian Rawlinson
Mr Cope-Willoughby: Frank Raymond
Mr Drew: Billy Thatcher
Hoyle: Stephen Portch
Rawlinson: Geoffrey Paget
Parker: Richard Dean
Lady Westbury: Mary Merrall
Sam Tozer: Stanley van Beers

: News Flash

: Man of the Law

A Western film.
[Starring] Wendell Corey
with Ron Randell and Johnny Washbrook.

The Sheriff knows his stepson's testimony will convict a murderer; but he makes a terrible discovery which forces him to withdraw the key witness.

Contributors

Director: Lewis Allen
Sheriff: Wendell Corey
Mary: Marsha Hunt
George: Johnny Washbrook
Outlaw: Ron Randell

: Laugh Line

Pete Murray invites you to measure your sense of humour against Patricia Cutts, Alan Melville, Ted Ray, Barry Took in a cartoon contest devised by Frank Wayne and Mace Neufeld.
At the organ, Harold Smart

Contributors

Chairman: Pete Murray
Panellist: Patricia Cutts
Panellist: Alan Melville
Panellist: Ted Ray
Panellist: Barry Took
Devised by: Frank Wayne
Devised by: Mace Neufeld
Organist: Harold Smart
Producer: Brian Marber

: Travellers' Tales: Festival in Kano


David Attenborough introduces Travellers' Tales
A weekly series bringing from all parts of the world the sight and sound of strange people and places.

Douglas Botting visited Kano in Northern Nigeria to see the horsemen who wear chain mail dating from Crusader times, to meet the Emir and to observe the great fast of Ramadan and the festivities that follow it.
Produced by Joseph Fenston and Gateway Films

Contributors

Presenter/Series edited by: David Attenborough
Filmmaker: Douglas Botting
Film editor: Brian Tucker
Producer: Joseph Fenston

: Golden Girl: 1: Sniper

An adventure in six episodes by Michael Pertwee.
[Starring] Catherine Boyle and Peter Dyneley
with Noel Howlett

Contributors

Writer: Michael Pertwee
'Golden Girl' theme composed by: Jack Jordan
Settings: Harry Smith
Film cameraman: Peter Sargent
Film editor: Geoff Botterill
Producer: Ronald Marsh
Joe Francis: Peter Dyneley
Gunman: Lee Richardson
Katie Johnson: Catherine Boyle
Carlo Ferri: William Peacock
Italian girl: Ann Talbot
Barstow: Noel Howlett
Maid: Irene Bradshaw
Hotel Proprietor: Henry de Bray
Maria: Margaret Jordan
Hotel Porter: Jerry Dane
American Tourist: Sydney Keith
Police Inspector: Steven Scott

: Ticket to Turkey: 1: Departure from London and First Stop, Brussels


Johnny Morris takes a Ticket to Turkey
and describes his train journey across Europe, in five episodes.

Contributors

Narrator: Johnny Morris
Film editor: Philip Mutton Music and effects editor: Michael Croucher
Cameraman: Jim Saunders
Directed and produced by: Ronald Webster

: The News

: Viewpoint: School for Living

Who are the real educators? What assumptions about life derive from the teaching of ordinary subjects? Does 'religious instruction' help children to understand and cope with life?
John Huxtable introduces
Roy Niblett, Dean of the Institute of Education, London University
Stuart McClure, Editor of Education
Olive Irons, A teacher of religious knowledge

Contributors

Presenter: John Huxtable
Panellist: Roy Niblett
Panellist: Stuart McClure
Panellist: Olive Irons
Producer: Vernon Sproxton

: Small World

A second programme devoted to the problems of nuclear weapons and disarmament.
At the Memorial Centre Hospital in New York, where he is a patient, Dr. Leo Szilard one of the originators of the atomic bomb, talks to
Dr. Hans Bethe, Professor of Physics at Cornell University
Admiral Lewis L. Strauss, Former Chairman of the United States Atomic Energy
Commission
Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner, Scientific Adviser to the President of the United States
The programme introduced by Edward R. Murrow.

Contributors

Speaker: Dr. Leo Szilard
Speaker: Dr. Hans Bethe
Speaker: Admiral Lewis L. Strauss
Speaker: Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner
Presenter/Produced for CBS Television by: Edward R. Murrow
Produced for CBS Television by: Fred W. Friendly








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