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: O Sul I Sul

Detholiad o ffilmiau a newyddion yn dangos peth o weithgarwch Cymru a'r Cymry yn ystod yr wythnos
Welsh weekly news survey.
(Welsh transmitters and Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

: Y Gymru Bell: 4: Pwyso a Mesur

Taith i Batagonia gyda Nan Davies
Mewn cyfnod o gan mlynedd namyn tair newidiodd ansawdd y gymdeithas yn y Wladfa Gymreig yn fawr. Achosodd y newid rai problemau y ceir clywed amdanynt heddiw. Ar ddiwedd y ffilm bydd trafodaeth fer gyda dau o ' blant y Wladfa,'
Bryn Williams a Valmai Jones
Y ffllmio. Bill Greenhalgh
Sain. Norman Allen
Golygydd y ffllm. Douglas Mair Y cyflwyno. Nan Davies
Y cyfarwyddo, John Ormond
The Far-Off Wales: 4: Weighing and Measuring: a journey to Patagonia with Nan Davies.
(Welsh transmitters and Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

: Seeing and Believing: Wheat and Weeds

A New Testament story and a modern parallel with Margaret Tyzack, Tommy Eytle and Rex Palmer.

Contributors

Producer: R. T. Brooks

: Farming in Europe: 4: France

and Weather for Farmers
John Cherrington reports on the state of farming on the Continent in a series of programmes introduced by Clifford Selly.
From the Midlands

Contributors

Reporter: John Cherrington
Presenter: Clifford Selly
Research: Tristram Beresford
Film cameraman: John Bird
Film cameraman: Cyril Siiriainen
Film cameraman: Alain Bret
Film editor: Henry Fowler
Designer: Charles Carroll
Producer: Ronald Webster

: Z Cars: Stab in the Dark

by Robert Barr.
A second showing of some of the cases encountered by Z Victor One and Z Victor Two.

A wounding case brings top brass into Victor division to investigate, and Bob Steele and Herbert Lynch work overtime to find the villain.

Contributors

Writer: Robert Barr
Director: John McGrath
Designer: Frederick Knapman
Film sequences - Cameraman: Peter Sargent
Film sequences: Editor: Joseph Sterling
Produced by: David E. Rose

: Film Matinee: The Velvet Touch


A drama.
[Starring] Rosalind Russell and Leo Genn
with Claire Trevor, Sydney Greenstreet

A famous Broadway actress quarrels with her producer and becomes involved in a crime which imperils her future.

Contributors

Director: John Gage
Valerie Stanton: Rosalind Rusell
Captain Danbury: Sydney Greenstreet
Marianne Webster: Claire Trevor
Michael Morrell: Leo Genn
Gordon Dunning: Leon Ames
Frank McHugh: Ernie Boyle

: Sooty: Sooty's Butcher Shop

assisted by Sweep and Harry Corbett.
From the North

Contributors

Puppeteer: Harry Corbett
Producer: Trevor Hill

: The River Flows East: Episode 3

An adventure serial in six episodes by Terence Dudley.
[Starring] Anthony Nicholls, Richard Gale, Charles Leno
with Gary Watson as Andrew, Judy Cornwell as Susan

The kidnapped girl is Ann Farrance, daughter of an eminent scientist. Her brother John joins Andrew and Susan in the search for her. The man in buckle shoes waylays John and baits a trap for Andrew.

Contributors

Writer: Terence Dudley
Producer: Brian Bell
Music composed and conducted by: Norman Kay
Designer: Norman James
John Farrance: Richard Gale
Andrew Giddings: Gary Watson
Jackman: John Bennett
Gerald Farrance: Anthony Nicholls
Professor Irving: Charles Leno
Mrs Farmer: Dorothy Frere
Crawford: Noel Carey
Martha: Edna Petrie
Big Willie Holmes: Harold Innocent
Jimmie Perry: Lee Richardson
Chetwyn: Edward Petherbridge
Susan Melford: Judy Cornwell
Teng: Burt Kwouk
Chinese waiter: Kristopher Kum
Angela: Julia McCarthy
Gordon: John Rolfe
Ann Farrance: Meg Wynn Owen

: Bronco: Prince of Darkness

A Western film series.
Starring Ty Hardin as the roving cowboy adventurer.
with guest star: Efrem Zimbalist Jnr.

Bronco helps an actor who, in the interests of his country, agrees to play a courageous and dangerous real-life role as a coward and a traitor.

Contributors

Bronco Layne: Ty Hardin
Edwin Booth: Efrem Zimbalist Jnr.

: The News

followed by The Weather Man

: Meeting Point: Cool World

'Play it cool' means 'Don'get involved'... 'Don'commit yourself' Why is this 'cool' attitude adopted by so many young people today? What does it mean - for them, and for society as a whole?
An enquiry with Basil Bernstein, Molly Brearley, Charles Davey, William Schlackman.
Chairman, Meryl O'Keeffe
Dramatisation written by Anthony Coburn and arranged by Terence Williams

Contributors

Panellist: Basil Bernstein
Panellist: Molly Brearley
Panellist: Charles Davey
Panellist: William Schlackman
Chairman: Meryl O'Keeffe
Dramatisation written by: Anthony Coburn
[Dramatisation] arranged by: Terence Williams
Producer: Peter Ferres

: Sunday Story: Edward Wilson of the Antarctic: 3: South to the Pole


Written by Denis Constanduros.
told by Tom Fleming.

Contributors

Writer: Denis Constanduros
Storyteller: Tom Fleming
Producer: John Elphinstone-Fyffe

: Songs of Praise

Congregational hymn-singing from Moriah Welsh Congregational Church, Rhymney.
with Esme Lewis
Conducted by Arwel Hughes
Organist, V. Anthony Lewis
Introduced by The Rev. M. R. Mainwaring.

Contributors

Singer: Esme Lewis
Conductor: Arwel Hughes
Organist: V. Anthony Lewis
Presenter: The Rev. M. R. Mainwaring
Producer: Gethyn Stoodley Thomas

: Raise Your Glasses

with Arthur Askey and Alan Melville.
A series of unusual spectacles written by Alan Melville and produced by Bryan Sears.
with Pip Hinton, David Kernan, Greta Hamby, Josephine Blake, June Smith, Arnold Bell, Freda Bamford, Tom Gill, Joan Sanderson, Roger Avon, Sonia Petrie, Michael Da Costa, Tony Castle
and This week's special guests: Dorita Y Pepe

Contributors

Writer: Alan Melville
Producer: Bryan Sears
Comedian: Arthur Askey
Comedian: Alan Melville
Performer: Pip Hinton
Performer: David Kernan
Performer: Greta Hamby
Performer: Josephine Blake
Performer: Arnold Bell
Performer: Freda Bamford
Performer: Tom Gill
Performer: Joan Sanderson
Performer: Roger Avon
Performer: Sonia Petrie
Performer: Michael Da Costa
Performer: Tony Castle
Singers/special guests: Dorita Y Pepe
Numbers staged by: Alfred Rodrigues
Orchestrations: Dennis Wilson
Theme and incidental music: Malcolm Lockyer
[The Orchestra] leader: Alec Firman
[The Orchestra] directed by: Harry Rabinowitz
Settings: Marilyn Taylor
Film editor: Joe Sterling

: Perry Mason: The Case of the Clumsy Clown

A film series starring Raymond Burr as the famous lawyer investigator created by Erle Stanley Gardner.
with Barbara Hale, William Hopper, Ray Collins

Perry Mason is hired by a clown to untangle a case involving bigamy and blackmail. Later Perry, Delia, and Paul visit the circus, but the clown's act has tragic consequences.

Contributors

Character created by: Erle Stanley Gardner
Perry Mason: Raymond Burr
Della Street: Barbara Hale
Paul Drake: William Hopper
Lt. Tragg: Ray Collins

: The Sunday-Night Play presenting: The Big Eat

by Clive Exton.
with Peter Bull, Denis Carey, David Davies, Hilda Fenemore, Arthur Mullard, John Paul, Peter Sallis, Peter Woodthorpe
Song, 'Eat, Daddy, Eat' composed by Ronald Field and sung by Jimmy Crawford with the Ravens
See page 13

Contributors

Writer: Clive Exton
Director: William T. Kotcheff
Music composed and arranged by: Norman Kay
Song, 'Eat, Daddy, Eat' composed by: Ronald Field
[Song, 'Eat, Daddy, Eat'] sung by: Jimmy Crawford with the Ravens
Designer: Lionel Radford
Ricky Rampant: Jimmy Crawford
Harry Macintosh: John Paul
Burrows: John Qurntin
Bannion: Allan McClelland
Clive Carstairs: David Davies
Harold Britten: Denis Carry
Emily Britten: Hilda Fenemore
Garth Britten: Peter Woodthorpe
Chambermaid: Judith Nelms
Gaffer: Wilfred Fletcher
Leonardo da Vinci: Wilfred Fletcher
Marlene Flesh: Sheree Winton
Dr Arden: Peter Cellier
Danny Fellows: Peter Sallis
Henry Field: Peter Bull
Sir Gervaise Macintosh, M.P.: Maurice Hedley
Make-up girl: Sheila Ballantine
Merle Balmoral: Caron Gardner
Photographer: Paul Duval
Mrs Craddock: Kathleen Heath
Tom Craddock: Arthur Mullard

: The News

: Monitor

A fortnightly magazine of the arts.
Introduced by Huw Wheldon.
Tonight's programme includes:
Father and Son
Jean Renoir the film director talks about his father the great French painter Auguste Renoir.

Contributors

Presenter: Huw Wheldon
Item presenter (Father and Son): Jean Renoir
Film editor: Allan Tyrer
Associate producer: Nancy Thomas
Editor: Humphrey Burton

: The Epilogue: Christ's Athletes

Thoughts on the approach of All Saints' Day by the Very Rev. Canon Aloysius Roche.

Contributors

Presenter: The Very Rev. Canon Aloysius Roche








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