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: Seeing and Believing: Through all the world below

A Christian theme introduced by Fr. Patrick McEnroe and illustrated by Margaret Tyzack, John Abineri, John Breslin, Joy Hyman and Jennifer Rice.

Contributors

Presenter: Fr. Patrick McEnroe
Illustrated by: Margaret Tyzack
Illustrated by: John Abineri
Illustrated by: John Breslin
Singer/Illustrated by: Joy Hyman
Singer/Illustrated by: Jennifer Rice
Producer: R. T. Brooks

: O Sul I Sul

Welsh weekly news survey.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Llandrindod Wells, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

: Gwyr Y Gan: Rhif 13: Albert Williams, W. S. Gwynn Williams

Cyfres o raglenni yn cyflwyno unawdau, deuawdau, a chytganau gan rai o gerddorion enwog Cymru
Anne Davies (soprano) Richard Rees (bas), Hazel Hibbert, Margaret Ball gyda rhan o
Gerddorfa Gymreig Y BBC Blaenwr, Philip Whiteway
Dan arweiniad Arwel Hughes
Y cyflwyno gan Emrys Cleaver Golygydd cerdd. Alwyn Jones Y cynllunio gan Alan Taylor
Y cynhyrchu gan Ifan O. Williams
Recordiad y BBC
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Llandrindod Wells, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

Contributors

Soprano: Anne Davies
Bass: Richard Rees
Singer: Hazel Hibbert
Singer: Margaret Ball

: Farming

and Weather for Farmers
Introduced by John Cherrington.

Out of Season Grazing
For some years Don Smith of Mark Farm in Essex has been getting nearly all-the-year-round grazing for his dairy herd. He explains his system and his management of herd replacements.

Concrete
The do's and don'ts of mixing and laying concrete, and advice on building with concrete blocks.

From the Midlands

Contributors

Presenter: John Cherrington
Item presenter (Out of Season Grazing): Don Smith
Producer: Ronald Webster

: An Age of Kings: Henry IV Part 2: 6: Uneasy Lies the Head

The Pageant of English History written by William Shakespeare.
A second showing of 6: Uneasy Lies the Head

The burdens of kingship and of failing health weigh heavily upon Henry IV. After his victory at Shrewsbury he has to organise a new campaign against the northern rebels. Disappointed in Prince Hal, who returns to his customary low haunts in London, the King sends his younger son, Prince John of Lancaster, to negotiate with the rebel leaders. Falstaff goes off to Gloucestershire to muster recruits, and there falls in with an acquaintance, a simple country Justice, Master Shallow.

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Director: Michael Hayes
Producer: Peter Dews

: Film Matinee presents: Terminal Station

Starring Jennifer Jones and Montgomery Clift

A young American wife on holiday in Rome, having fallen deeply in love with an attractive Italian, experiences all the torment of divided loyalties inescapable for a married woman in love with a stranger.
This poignant story of a forbidden affair, set against a background of Rome's famous railway station, is directed by Vittorio de Sica with his usual insight and understanding.

Contributors

Produced and directed by: Vittorio de Sica
Mary Forbes: Jennifer Jones
Giovanni Doria: Montgomery Clift
Police Commissioner: Gino Cervi
Paul: Dick Beymer
Man at telephone: Paolo Stoppa

: World Alpine Ski Championships: The Ladies' Giant Slalom

Highlights of today's event, recorded over the Eurovision link direct from Chamonix in the French Alps.
Presented by the French Television Service

Contributors

Commentator in Chamonix: Max Robertson

: Sooty: The Pet Show

assisted by Sweep and Harry Corbett.
From the North

Contributors

Puppeteer: Harry Corbett
Producer: Trevor Hill

: Oliver Twist: Episode 6

by Charles Dickens.
Dramatised in thirteen episodes by Constance Cox.

Relates what becomes of Oliver Twist after he has been claimed by Nancy.

Contributors

Author: Charles Dickens
Dramatised by: Constance Cox
Music composed by: Ron Grainer
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Eric Tayler
Mr Brownlow: George Curzon
Mrs Bedwin: Madeleine Christie
Bill Sikes: Peter Vaughan
Oliver Twist: Bruce Prochnik
Nancy: Carmel McSharry
The Artful Dodger: Melvyn Hayes
Charley Bates: Alan Rothwell
Fagin: Max Adrian
Mr Bumble: Willoughby Goddard
Mrs Corney: Peggy Thorpe-Bates
Mr Grimwig: William Mervyn
Monks: John Carson

: Bronco: Manitoba Manhunt

A Western film series starring Ty Hardin as the roving cowboy adventurer.

Bronco is ordered to join two United States Marshals in the search for a bank robber, knowing that the hunted man could be his best friend.

Contributors

Bronco Layne: Ty Hardin

: The News

followed by The Weather Man

: Sunday Story: The Story of Moses: 7: The Promised Land

told by Kenneth Horne.

Contributors

Storyteller: Kenneth Horne
Producer: John Elphinstone-Fyffe

: Songs of Praise

from St. Andrew's Church, Plymouth.
Singing led by combined choirs from the churches of the City Centre.
Hymns introduced by Alan Gibson.
Frederick Harvey (baritone)
Organist, Phillip Liddicoat
Conductor, Bertram Harper
Prayer and Blessing by the Rev. Prebendary Alan Cooper

Contributors

Presenter: Alan Gibson
Baritone: Frederick Harvey
Organist: Phillip Liddicoat
Conductor: Bertram Harper
Prayer and Blessing by: The Rev. Prebendary Alan Cooper
Presented by: Kenneth Savidge

: Meeting Point: Chance and Providence

Why should this happen to me? In Einstein's famous phrase: Does God throw dice?
George Scott questions The Rev. Howard Root and Dr. Donald Mackay.

Contributors

Interviewer: George Scott
Interviewee: The Rev. Howard Root
Interviewee: Dr. Donald Mackay
Producer: Oliver Hunkin

: What's My Line?

Chairman, Eamonn Andrews
Panel: Isobel Barnett, Barbara Kelly, David Nixon, Alan Melville and a mystery guest celebrity.
Televised by arrangement with C.B.S and Maurice Winnick
From Glasgow
David Nixon is appearing in 'The Frog Prince' at the Coventry Theatre, Coventry

Contributors

Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Panellist: Isobel Barnett
Panellist: Barbara Kelly
Panellist: David Nixon
Panellist: Alan Melville
Research: Julia Cave
Research: Andy Cowan-Martin
Director: Richard Evans
Producer: John Warrington
Devised by: Mark Goodson
Devised by: Bill Todman

: A Song for Europe

The BBC's annual contest to decide the British entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1962 to be held in Luxembourg on Sunday, March 18.
Before an invited audience in the Television Theatre

David Jacobs introduces

Johnny Angel singing Look, Look Little Angel
Written by Johnny Angel.
Entered by E.M.I. Records Ltd.

The Brook Brothers singing Tell Tale
Written by Tony Hatch.
Entered by Pye Records Ltd.

Ronnie Carroll singing Ring-a-ding Girl
Written by Stan Butcher and Syd Cordell
Entered by Philips Records Ltd.

Karl Denver singing Never Goodbye
Written by Jimmy Kennedy.
Entered by Decca Record Co. Ltd.

Donna Douglas singing The Message in a Bottle
Written by Tommie Connor.
Entered by Pye Records Ltd.

Frank Ifield singing Alone Too Long
Written by Curtis Kent.
Entered by E.M.I. Records Ltd.

Jackie Lee singing There's No-one in the Whole Wide World
Written by John Schronder and Peter Pavey.
Entered by Oriole Records Ltd.

Kenny Lynch singing There's Never Been a Girl
Written by Brian Spiro, Tony and Irving Hiller.
Entered by E.M.I. Records Ltd.

Brad Newman singing Get a Move On
Written by Charles Melvyn Thomas and Jack Fishman.
Entered by Philips Records Ltd.

Rikki Price singing You're for Real
Written by Gordon Rees, Tony Hiller and Irving Hiller.
Entered by Philips Records Ltd.

Doug Sheldon singing My Kingdom for a Girl
Written by Harry Robinson and Bunny Lewis.
Entered by Decca Record Co. Ltd.

Robb Storme singing Pretty Hair and Angel Eyes
Written by Brian Bennett.
Entered by Decca Record Co. Ltd.

The Eric Robinson Orchestra
Leader, David McCallum
Directed by Harry Rabinowitz

Contributors

Presenter: David Jacobs
Singer/writer (Look, Look Little Angel): Johnny Angel
Singers (Tell Tale): The Brook Brothers
Writer (Tell Tale): Tony Hatch
Singer (Ring-a-ding Girl): Ronnie Carroll
Writer (Ring-a-ding Girl): Stan Butcher
Writer (Ring-a-ding Girl): Syd Cordell
Singer (Never Goodbye): Karl Denver
Writer (Never Goodbye): Jimmy Kennedy
Singer (The Message in a Bottle): Donna Douglas
Writer (The Message in a Bottle): Tommie Connor
Singer (Alone Too Long): Frank Ifield
Writer (Alone Too Long): Curtis Kent
Singer (There's No-one in the Whole Wide World): Jackie Lee
Writer (There's No-one in the Whole Wide World): John Schronder
Writer (There's No-one in the Whole Wide World): Peter Pavey
Singer (There's Never Been a Girl): Kenny Lynch
Writer (There's Never Been a Girl): Brian Spiro
Writer (There's Never Been a Girl/You're for Real): Tony Hiller
Writer (There's Never Been a Girl/You're for Real): Irving Hiller
Singer (Get a Move On): Brad Newman
Writer (Get a Move On): Charles Melvyn Thomas
Writer (Get a Move On): Jack Fishman
Singer (You're for Real): Rikki Price
Writer (You're for Real): Gordon Rees
Singer (My Kingdom for a Girl): Doug Sheldon
Writer (My Kingdom for a Girl): Harry Robinson
Writer (My Kingdom for a Girl): Bunny Lewis
Singer (Pretty Hair and Angel Eyes): Robb Storme
Writer (Pretty Hair and Angel Eyes): Brian Bennett
Musicians: The Eric Robinson Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: David McCallum
[Orchestra] directed by: Harry Rabinowitz
Guest conductor: Frank Barber
Guest conductor: Charles Blackwell
Guest conductor: Ian Fraser
Guest conductor: Tony Hatch
Guest conductor: Ken Jones
Guest conductor: Johnny Keating
Guest conductor: Norrie Paramor
Guest conductor: Harry Robinson
Guest conductor: Johnny Spence
Guest conductor: Wally Stott
Musical associate: Alan Bristow
Setting: Audley Southcott
Director: Yvonne Littlewood
Producer: Harry Carlisle

: The Sunday-Night Play presenting: I'll Die for You

A thriller by Tom Espie.
Adapted from the novel by Stephen Ransome.
[Starring] Peter Reynolds, Helen Lindsay
BBC Recording
From Wales

Contributors

Adapter: Tom Espie
Author: Stephen Ransome
Production: Dafydd Gruffydd
Designer: David Butcher
Tony Ballard, a novelist: David Morrell
Don Fisher, a commercial artist: Peter Reynolds
Anne, his wife: Helen Lindsay
Ruth Sherrin: Shirley Lawrence
Janet, her sister: Patricia Mort
Laura Penham: Marion Mathie
Stella Kyle, Anne's sister: Dorothea Phillips
Paul, her brother: Ian Ainsley
Inspector Cochran: Kenneth Edwards
Police Sergeant: Hubert Rees
Mr Ames, a neighbour: Graham Suter

: The News

: Monitor: Do My Ears Deceive Me?

An enquiry into the music of our day from Jazz to Schoenberg.
Musicians taking part include:
Colin Davis with the London Symphony Orchestra (Leader, Hugh Maguire), Aaron Copland, Michael Tippett, Deryck Cooke, Hans Keller.

Introduced and edited by Huw Wheldon.

Contributors

Orchestra conductor: Colin Davis
Musicians: The London Symphony Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Hugh Maguire
Musician: Aaron Copland
Musician: Michael Tippett
Musician: Deryck Cooke
Musician: Hans Keller
Film editor: Allan Tyrer
Associate producer: Nancy Thomas
Associate producer: Humphrey Burton
Introduced and edited by: Huw Wheldon

: The Epilogue

Lord Hailsham talks to Ludovic Kennedy.

Contributors

Interviewee: Lord Hailsham
Interviewer: Ludovic Kennedy








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