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: Seeing and Believing: Charles Wesley, The First Methodist

An illustrated reading from the book by Frederick C. Gill.
with John Gabriel, Philip Latham, Susan Longfield, Geoffrey Shaw and The Chamber Choir of the Guildhall School of Music.
Conductor, John Alldis
From the Church of All Hallows,. London Wall

Contributors

Based on the book by: Frederick C. Gill
Reader: John Gabriel
Reader: Philip Latham
Reader: Susan Longfield
Reader: Geoffrey Shaw
Singers: The Chamber Choir of the Guildhall School of Music
[Choir] conductor: John Alldis
Producer: R. T. Brooks

: Ddoe Heddiw

John Bevan yn cyflwyno rhai pigion o raglenni'r wythnos
Cynhyrchiad Uned Heddiw
Welsh topical magazine.

: Ten Composers: 10: Igor Stravinsky

The development of music from medieval times to the twentieth century.
Introduced by Ivor Keys.
with The English Chamber Orchestra
Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
A BBC Educational broadcast

Contributors

Presenter: Ivor Keys
Musicians: The English Chamber Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Design: David Jones
Sound: Alan Fogg
Producer: Victor Poole

: Running a Home: 10: Making the Money Go Round

Ten programmes for people who want a well-run home.

Have you got into a rut over budgeting? Or don't you bother to do any? How do your priorities compare with your neighbours'?
Four people experienced in the spending habits of the public talk over these and other questions: Mark Abrams, Freda Cowell, Enid Evans, Grigor McClelland
Introduced by Michael Collins.
A BBC Educational broadcast

Contributors

Panellist: Mark Abrams
Panellist: Freda Cowell
Panellist: Enid Evans
Panellist: Grigor McClelland
Presenter: Michael Collins
Designer: Alan Hunter-Craig
Arranged and directed by: Marion Radclyffe
Producer: Beryl Radley

: Laws of Disorder: 10: Chaos and Evolution

An introduction to chemical change and thermodynamics by Professor George Porter, F.R.S.
An Outside Broadcast from the Royal College of Surgeons
A BBC Educational broadcast
Repeated on Monday at 11.10 p.m.

Contributors

Presenter: Professor George Porter
Producer: Alan Sleath

: Farming

Introduced by John Cherrington.
It is expected that the results of the Price Review negotiations will be the subject of this programme, which will include an interview with the Minister of Agriculture.

From the Midlands
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
(to 14.15)

Contributors

Presenter: John Cherrington
Interviewee: The Minister of Agriculture [name uncredited]
Producer: John Kenyon

: The World of Tonight

Introduced this week by Kenneth Allsop.
The world and its events as the Tonight team reported them last week.

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Allsop
Cameraman: Ken Willicombe
Cameraman: Hannen Foss
Cameraman: Reg Pope
Cameraman: Ewart Needham
Cameraman: John Baker
Sound Recordist: Dennis Panchen
Sound Recordist: Don Martin
Sound Recordist: Ted Read
Film Editor: Mansel Lloyd
Film Editor: John McNicholas
Film Editor: Mike Lane
Film Editor: Tom Foley
Film Editor: Eddy Montague
Editor: Derrick Amoore
Editor: Anthony Smith

: Film Matinee: Silver Lode

Starring John Payne, Lizabeth Scott, Dan Duryea

On the day he was to have been married Dan Ballard, a respected rancher, instead finds himself alone against four desperate men who have come to the peaceful town of Silver Lode to take away his good name... and his life.

Contributors

Director: Allan Dwan
Dan Ballard: John Payne
Rose Evans: Lizabeth Scott
McCarty: Dan Duryea
Dolly: Dolores Moran
Sheriff Woolley: Emile Meyer
Kirk: Alan Hale Jr.
Wicker: Stuart Whitman

: Z Cars: Brotherly Love


by Alan Plater.
A second showing of Brotherly Love

In any community you'll find a few who are out of alignment-and all too often they find themselves involved with the police.

Contributors

Writer: Alan Plater
Designer: Evan Hercules
Script editor: Kenneth Ware
Producer: David E. Rose
Director: Shaun Sutton

: Alexander Graham Bell: Part 4: Sound of the Spring

A serial in six parts by Lyon Todd.
adapted by Alistair Bell.
From the Midlands

Contributors

Author: Lyon Todd
Adapter: Alistair Bell
Costumes supervised by: Joyce Hawkins
Make-up supervised by: Gwen Arthy
Designer: Michael Edwards
Script editor: Betty Willingale
Producer: Campbell Logan
Director: Julia Smith
Alexander Graham Bell: Alec McCowen
Jonas: Andre Dakar
Mr. Hubbard: John Woodnutt
Mabel Hubbard: Francesca Annis
Mrs. Hubbard: Mary Barclay
Grace Hubbard: Jenny Agutter
Berta Hubbard: Judy Geeson
Professor Bell: John Phillips
Sarah Fuller: Susan Crawford
Thomas Watson: Clive Endersby
Mr. Orton: Alan Tilvern
Elisha Gray: Warren Stanhope

: Sooty: Send for Sooty

Sooty assisted by Sweep and Harry Corbett.
From the North of England

Contributors

Puppeteer: Harry Corbett
Producer: Trevor Hill

: Meeting Point: Cathedrals in the Twentieth Century

A laboratory of experiment for the Kingdom of God
(Provost of Coventry)
How far has Coventry's example set a pattern for the future?
Introduced by Kenneth Hudson.
From the West
To be repeated tonight at 11.25

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Hudson
Producer: Colin James
Producer: Kenneth Savidge

: Sunday Story: Follow Me Up the Aisle

written and told by Barbara Mullen.

Contributors

Writer/storyteller: Barbara Mullen

: Feed the Minds

An appeal by The Most Rev. F. Donald Coggan, Archbishop of York and W. Kirby Laing, M.I.C.E., Chairman of the Laing Group and President of the National Federation of Building Trades Employers.
Contributions, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, will be gratefully acknowledged and should be sent to [address removed]
The Feed the Minds Campaign was launched in October 1964 and is appealing for £3 million to provide books, magazines, text-books, and Scriptures for some five hundred million people overseas who will learn to read in the next twenty years.

Contributors

Presenter: The Most Rev. F. Donald Coggan
Presenter: W. Kirby Laing

: Songs of Praise

from Southernhay Congregational Church, Exeter.
Singing led by combined Free Church choirs of the city
Conducted by George Rickard
Hymns introduced by Dudley Savage.

Contributors

[Choirs] conducted by: George Rickard
Presenter: Dudley Savage
Organist: Clarence Bray
Soloist: Wilfred Brown
Blessing: The President of the Exeter Free Church Federal Council [name uncredited]
Producer: Kenneth Savidge

: Hugh and I: The Choir

A comedy series by John Chapman.
Starring Terry Scott and Hugh Lloyd
with Vi Stevens, Patricia Hayes, Mollie Sugden, Jack Haig, Jill Curzon, Charles Dyer, James Ottaway, Nan Munro, Amy Dalby, Michael Bird, Harold Bennett

Contributors

Writer: John Chapman
Incidental music: Wally Stott
Design: Michael Young
Producer: David Croft
Terry: Terry Scott
Hugh: Hugh Lloyd
Mrs. Scott: Vi Stevens
Mrs. Wormold: Patricia Hayes
Mrs. Crispin: Mollie Sugden
Arthur Wormold: Jack Haig
Norma Crispin: Jill Curzon
[Actor]: Charles Dyer
[Actor]: James Ottaway
[Actress]: Nan Munro
[Actress]: Amy Dalby
[Actor]: Michael Bird
[Actor]: Harold Bennett

: The Sunday Film presenting: Hold Back the Dawn

Written by Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder from a story by Ketti Frings.
[Starring] Charles Boyer, Olivia de Havilland, Paulette Goddard
See page 13

Contributors

Writer: Charles Brackett
Writer: Billy Wilder
From a story by: Ketti Frings
Director: Mitchell Leisen
Producer: Arthur Hornblow Jr.
Georges Iscovescu: Charles Boyer
Emmy Brown: Olivia de Havilland
Anita Dixon: Paulette Goddard
Van den Leucken: Victor Francen
Inspector Hammock: Walter Abel
Bonbois: Curt Bois
Berta Kurz: Rosemary Decamp
Josef Kurz: Eric Feldary
Flores: Nesta Paiva
Lupita: Eva Puig
Christine: Micheline Chierel
Anni: Madeleine Lebeau
Tony: Billy Lee
Mechanic,: Mikhail Rasumny
Mr. Saxon: Mitchell Leisen

: Dr. Finlay's Casebook: Soon or Late

Created by A.J. Cronin.
Starring Andrew Cruickshank, Barbara Mullen
with Bill Simpson as Dr. Finlay
Guest star, Jean Anderson
See page 13

Contributors

Created by: A. J. Cronin
Script: Cedric Wallis
Script: Stewart Farrar
Script Editor: Pat Dunlop
The series produced by arrangement with: Graham Stewart
Designer: Susan Spence
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Director: Paul Machell
Dr. Cameron: Andrew Cruickshank
Maggie Rankin: Jean Anderson
John Lennox: David Steuart
Janet: Barbara Mullen
Dr. Finlay: Bill Simpson
Robert Lennox: Philip Latham
Dora Lennox: Daphne Anderson
Galbraith: Bryden Murdoch
Sister: Delia Paton
Currie: Hamish Roughead

: The News

: Not So Much A Programme More A Way of Life

And a way of looking at the world One eye open wide; one eye closed;
And between the two the picture gets composed

[Starring] David Frost
with Cleo Laine, John Bird, Doug Fisher, Roy Hudd, Brian Murphy and visitors.
See page 16

Contributors

Presenter: David Frost
Singer: Cleo Laine
Performer: John Bird
Performer: Doug Fisher
Comedian: Roy Hudd
Performer: Brian Murphy
Musical Director: Conn Bernard
Wardrobe supervised by: Sheila Smith
Make-up supervised by: Sandra Shepherd
Film editor: Christopher La Fontaine
Designer: Raymond Berger
Produced and directed by: Ned Sherrin

: Meeting Point: Cathedrals in the Twentieth Century

How far has Coventry's example set a pattern for the future?
First transmission at 6.15 p.m.








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