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: MORNING SERVICE

from the Parish Church of St. Matthew, Walsall
Conducted by The Vicar and Rural Dean, The Rev. Vernon S. Nicholls assisted by The Rbv. J. A. TEBBOTH
THE Rev. E. H. BOND and THE Rev. A. C. MAWSON
Organist and Master of the Choristers, Edgar Morgan
This great church stands on a hill overlooking Walsall, a town of 120,000 people, often described as having a hundred different trades. Here Sunday by Sunday well over a thousand people of every age come to worship. It is a family church laying great emphasis on the training of children. Under its shadows are the three Blue Coat Church of England Schools, providing an education for a thousand children from the age of five to sixteen.
Television presentation by Barrie Edgar

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Vernon S. Nicholls
Unknown: Rev. E. H. Bond
Organist: Rev. A. C. Mawson
Unknown: Edgar Morgan
Presentation By: Barrie Edgar

: YM MURMUR AFON

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Iran 0. Williams yn blasu'r gwanwyn gyda rhai o'r bobol sy'n byw a bod yn un o ddyffryhoedd mwyaf rhamantus Cymru Efo'r grug a'r adar mdn Telediad allanol Y cynhyrchu gan SELWYN RODERICK :

Contributors

Unknown: Iran 0. Williams
Unknown: Selwyn Roderick

: SEEING AND BELIEVING

The Dedicated Hand
A theme for
Christian Aid Week illustrated by MARGARET Tyzack , PHILIP LATHAM ALAN EDWARDS , TOMMY Eytlb and film by courtesy of the British Council of Churches
Produced by R. T. BROOKS

Contributors

Illustrated By: Margaret Tyzack
Illustrated By: Philip Latham
Illustrated By: Alan Edwards
Illustrated By: Tommy Eytlb
Produced By: R. T. Brooks

: FARMING

Introduced by John Cherrington
Drift from the LandT
Is the farm labour situation serious? Why do they come? Why do they go? Why do they stay?
Dehorning
The Vet demonstrates a painless method of dehorning calves, which can be used by the farmer
Produced by ANTHONY PARKIN From the Midlands followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers

Contributors

Introduced By: John Cherrington
Produced By: Anthony Parkin

: Film Matinee: Tycoon

A drama starring John Wayne, Laraine Day and Sir Cedric Hardwicke with Anthony Quinn
Frederick Alexander is a wealthy and powerful man and he is convinced there is no man he cannot bend to his will. But when he employs engineer Johnny Munroe to drive a tunnel through the Andes he finds be is wrong.

Contributors

Director: Richard Wallace
Johnny Munroe: John Wayne
Maura Alexander: Laraine Day
Frederick Alexander: Sir Cedric Hardwicke
Miss Braithwaite: Judith Anderson
Pop Mathews: James Gleason
Ricky: Anthony Quinn

: JUNIOR POINTS OF VIEW

with Robert Robinson
A quick look at letters sent in by younger viewers
Letters for inclusion in this series of programmes should be addressed to Junior Points of View, BBC Television Centre, London, W.t2.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Robinson

: CAPTAIN PUGWASH

In another thrilling adventure with his band of black-hearted pirates and cabin boy Tom
Arctic Circle
An expedition in search of a precious stone leads the adventurers to their real treasure.
An animated cartoon written and drawn by JOHN RYAN
Storyteller, Peter Hawkins Presented by Gordon Murray

Contributors

Unknown: John Ryan
Unknown: Peter Hawkins
Presented By: Gordon Murray

: INTERNATIONAL SOCCER

The second half of this afternoon's match in the San Siro Stadium Commentator in Milan,
Kenneth Wolstenholme
Presented by the Italian Television Service

Contributors

Unknown: San Siro Stadium Commentator
Unknown: Kenneth Wolstenholme

: JANE EYRE

by CHARLOTTE BRONTE
Dramatised in six episodes by Constance Cox
Directed by Rex Tucker EPISODE 6
Jane goes back to Thornfield. But it lies in ruins, and Rochester has gone. Cast in order of appearance:
Script associate, Ian Dallas
Music composed by TRISTRAM CAIT Costumes supervised by Rosemary Wilkins
Make-up supervised by Christine Hillcoat
Film cameraman, Charles Lagus Film editor. Pam Bosworth Special effects by Bernard Wilkie and Jack Kine
Sound mixing by Jack Brummitt Lighting by Sam Barclay Designer. Fanny Taylor Produced by DOUGLAS ALLEN

Contributors

Unknown: Charlotte Bronte
Unknown: Constance Cox
Directed By: Rex Tucker
Unknown: Ian Dallas
Composed By: Tristram Cary
Unknown: Rosemary Wilkins
Unknown: Christine Hillcoat
Unknown: Charles Lagus
Editor: Pam Bosworth
Unknown: Bernard Wilkie
Unknown: Jack Kine
Unknown: Jack Brummitt
Unknown: Sam Barclay
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Produced By: Douglas Allen
Mr Rochester: Richard Leech
Mrs Rochester: Hira Talfrey
Grace Poole: Nan Marriott-Watson
Diana Rivers: Pennt Whittam
Mary Rivers: Brenda Dean
St John Rivers: William Russell
Jane Eyre: Ann Bell
Leah: Stephanie Bidmead
Mr Briggs: William Devlin
Hannah: Betty Hardy
Landlord: Michael Bilton

: THE NEWS

followed by THE WEATHER MAN

: MEETING POINT

at Cambridge
For some years there was talk of a ' boom in religion' at the universities. What has happened to it now? Cambridge, long a centre of radical Christian thought, provides a view of the present situation and some possible pointers to the future Reporter, Stuart Maclure Film editor, Pam Bosworth Produced by PETER F)CRRES

Contributors

Reporter: Stuart MacLure

: SUNDAY STORY

Damien of Molokai by DENIS CONSTANDUROS
Part 1: Island Paradise told by Roger Delgado Produced by JOHN ELPHINSTONIi -FyJ1'P'8

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Constanduros
Told By: Roger Delgado
Produced By: John Elphinstonii

: SONGS OF PRAISE

from
AI.TRINCHAM GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOIt GIRLS, CHESHIRE with the combined choirs of Secondary Schools in the district
Introduced by Donald Leggat
Conductor, Dr. J. E. Wallace
Soloist, Norma Procter
Pianists,
Kathkrine PORRITT CLARA M. JOHNSON
Prayer and Blessing by The Rev. John Heywood Produced by PETER HAMILTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Donald Leggat
Conductor: Dr. J. E. Wallace
Soloist: Norma Procter
Pianists: Kathkrine Porritt
Pianists: Clara M. Johnson
Unknown: Rev. John Heywood
Produced By: Peter Hamilton

: SOVIET STATE CIRCUS

An adventure into the fabulous world of Russian Circus
Presenting many of the greatest acts in the world filmed during actual performances in: The Moscow State Circus
The Georgian State Circus
The Rostov State Cirrus
The Leningrad State Circus starring
OLEG POPOV
Russia's greatest clown with 250 performers from eleven Soviet Republic* including:
AVANESSOVA
Airborne with a live eagle
KASYANOV TROUPE
High dry diving on an upward swing
VYAZOV FLIERS
Flying trapeze without a net
MCHEDELISHVILI
Georgian power acrobats
ENGUIBAROV
Great clown discovery
SHESTOUA AND
THE TWIN BROTHERS ASSATURYAN
Unique adagio trio from Samarkand
LOGACROVA
Honoured artiste on the silver wire
KASEYEV AND MANASARYAN
Brilliant hand equilibrists
LISSIN AND SINKOVSKAYA in their ' Flight with the Rocket'
FILATOV'S BEAR CIRCUS
The greatest troupe of brown bears
AI.MANUSKIIS VARYAKOINO
Lithuanian Liberty Pigs
MEDJIDOV
Rope ' bounder ' from Daghestan
ABDULAYEV
Jug juggling shepherd from Azerbaijan
MIKITUK TRIO
They ' think ' with their feet
OtKHOV!KOV
Plays with fire on the flying horse
VOI.JANSKI FAMILY
Daring and artistry on the high wire
ALI-BEK KANTEMIROV AND HIS RIDERS
Djigit horsemen from the steppes
Filmed through the courtesy of The All Union Committee for State Circuses by arrangement with Central Television of the U.S.S.R, and in co-operation with Producer, Gherman Livanov Cameramen, Vladimir Gussev
Igor Shagin , Vladimir Fastenko Lighting, Vladimir Shrustev Sound, Vasili Zosimovitch
Editors,
Leonard Trumm , Barry Gavin Introductions spoken by KEITH FORDYCE
Script and production by DEREK Burrell-Davis

Contributors

Producer: Gherman Livanov
Unknown: Vladimir Gussev
Unknown: Igor Shagin
Unknown: Vladimir Fastenko
Unknown: Vladimir Shrustev
Unknown: Vasili Zosimovitch
Unknown: Leonard Trumm
Unknown: Barry Gavin
Spoken By: Keith Fordyce
Production By: Derek Burrell-Davis

: The Sunday Play: I'm Not Stopping

by Ronald Eyre
Season of New Drama
with JOHN COLIN, JUDY PARFITT, HAROLD GOODWIN and ROBERT GILLESPIE
Directed by Ronald Eyre
Song by children of Mapplewell Junior School

Contributors

Writer: Ronald Eyre
Directed by: Ronald Eyre
Designer: Malcolm Goulding
Film Cameraman: Ken Westbury
Film Editor: Pam Bosworth
Producer: John Elliot
Albert Dawson: John Colin
Cathy Dawson: Judy Parfitt
Bill: Robert Gillespie
Oily Mason: Harold Goodwin
Nora Mason: Kitty Attwood
Sid Robinson: Mike Pratt
Fran Thompson: Barbara Leake
Les: Patrick Godfrey
Clerk: Peggy Butt
Ginger: Ray Mort
Collier: John Rees
Collier: Tom Adams
Collier: Kent Baker
Collier: Syd Deller
Collier: Brian Lawson
Collier: John Tordoff

: THE NEWS

: MONITOR

A fortnightly magazine of the arts
Introduced bv
Film editor, Allan Tyrer Associate producers,
Nancy Thomas , David Jones Edited by HUMPHREY BURTON

Contributors

Editor: Allan Tyrer
Unknown: Nancy Thomas
Unknown: David Jones
Edited By: Humphrey Burton

: THE EPILOGUE

Above all that we think
A talk by The Rev. Andrew K. McCaU From the North

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Andrew K. McCau

: THE WEATHER









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