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
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Edrych yn ol ar Eisteddfod Pontrhydfendigaid, ac edrych ymlaen at Eisteddfod Genedlaethol yr Urdd
Today: Eisteddfod items.
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
A film series about the animals who live along the banks of a Canadian river.
When the Hamster sails upstream on his new craft, he finds the company of Turtle very useful.
Commentary spoken by Johnny Morris.
Where happy chance finds are made by Jeremy Carrad and Serendipity Dog who open the door on a world full of strange and entertaining facts.
A thrilling new film series.
The Quests visit a mysterious zoologist and find dragons on their path.
News and views from London and the South-East.
Introduced by Michael Aspel.
Followed by The Weather
A Mock Trial in which Jimmy Edwards (Judge), Ted Ray (Counsel) and Charlie Chester (Counsel) investigate viewers' personal dislikes and, with the help of a jury, pass judgment upon them.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.
With Fyfe Robertson, Trevor Philpott, Kenneth Allsop, Macdonald Hastings,
Christopher Brasher, Julian Pettifer, Cathal O'Shannon, Magnus Magnusson.
A film series.
Starring Michael Rennie as Harry Lime
with Jonathan Harris as Bradford Webster
Brad dreams of emulating his famous boss and pulling off a big deal, but finds he has not yet acquired the subtle and profitable Harry Lime touch.
(First transmission on August 10, 1963)
7.30-7.55 Going for a Song?
An exploration of the world of antiques.
7.30-7.55 Stand and Deliver
(Oxford, Peterborough, Manningtree)
Story and teleplay by:
Story and teleplay by:
with Robert Robinson
A quick look at criticism and comments from viewers.
Letters for inclusion in these programmes should be addressed to: Points of View, [address removed]
by Alan Plater.
There are two young constables in each car, ready to deal with trouble as it happens.
Sgt. Blackitt sees a fist fly - and has to set about putting his house in order.
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Film Sequences - Cameraman:
Film Sequences - Editor:
Introduced by Frank Bough.
bringing you Action-News-Personalities
featuring The top riders of the world
Film of the Bank Holiday meeting at Wimbledon Stadium.
A filmed report of The Tour of Britain.
Commentator (Speedway Internationale):
by Troy Kennedy Martin.
With Benito Carruthers, Geraldine McEwan, James Maxwell
and Charles Victor, Ingrid Hafner, John Woodnutt
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The author of tonight's play, Troy Kennedy Martin, is one of television's most successful and controversial writers. The creator of Z Cars, he followed up this popular success with Diary of a Young Man which sparked off a lively argument about television drama. He has always been an innovator, and he had always had an uncanny knack of coming up with the right stories and characters at the right time.
In The Man Without Papers, his first single play for television since his prize-winning Interrogator in 1961, he had created another contemporary hero. Roscoe is his name, but who is Roscoe? An American who burnt his passport during the days of McCarthy and had been on the run ever since. But what is Roscoe? Is he an idealist or a fast-talking hustler? Is he a twentieth-century saint or an evil destroyer of those with whom he comes into contact? Men and women react violently to him, they either hate or love. And to be in love with Roscoe is dangerous, as his old friend Castle and his wife Marcella find out.
From the same beat background as Roscoe comes the star of the play, Ben Carruthers. Born into a generation of protest, involved with the New York avant-garde in theatre and art, connected with a hip scene which stretches from San Francisco to Paris, Carruthers epitomises the best in young footloose 1960s artists who care more for life than for money.
This is also the world of the phenomenal Bob Dylan, currently winding up his record-breaking concert tour, who has specially written the songs his old friend Ben Carruthers sings in tonight's production.
Music written and played by:
Doorman of the Cavalry Club:
Paul Rogers and Judi Dench illustrate and discuss new interpretations of the New English Bible now available on L.P. recordings with Frederick Bradshaw producer of The Spoken Bible recordings and Gary Watson.