For the very young
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
Songs of Praise
o Capel y Garn, Aberystwyth Cenir yr emynau gan eglwysi undebol y cylch
Arweinydd, James Williams
Unawdydd, Edgar Thomas
Organydd, Charles Clements
Cyflwynir yr emynau gan JAMES JONES
Y cyfarwyddo gan TREGELLES Williams
(Hymn-singing from Aberystwyth)
(First shown on BBC Wales)
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
A series of particular interest to teachers, parents, and children. During the next four days, at this time, Out of School previews some of the BBC's future output for Schools and Colleges.
1.45 People of Many Lands: Grenada
One of ten films specially made for Primary Schools. This programme shows something of the life-especially of the children-on this Caribbean island.
2.10* Look and Read: Bob and Carol look for Treasure: The Lost Treasure: No. 4
Based on a specially filmed adventure serial, this series is designed to encourage children of about seven to nine years with their reading.
Introduced by Tom Gibbs.
Commentator (People of Many Lands):
Producer (People of Many Lands:
Presenter (Look and Read):
Producer (Look and Read):
with John Grant.
A Terrytoons cartoon series featuring a well-meaning Guardian of the Law who tries to keep order among his unruly band of fellow animals - Muskie, Vincent van Gopher, and Ty coon.
Written by Richard Wade.
Starring Dudley Foster as Edward Hastings, Maggie Jones as Florence Hastings
Humphrey passed away in 1898 and his son, Edward, is now head of the Hastings family. The whole family, including the son (another Humphrey), have a problem. The day of the horse is dead, but what replaces it? Steam, electricity, or the internal combustion engine; the choice was wide in 1904 - which would you choose? The second-hand car dealer in Great Portland Street was of no help to them, but a practical father is never defeated - at least not often!
(First shown on BBC-2)
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
News and views from London and the South-East
featuring Peter Davalle
followed by the Weather in the South-East
YOUR MONEY — OR YOUR LIFE!
Alan Whicker has not turned highwayman — but this is the choice he finds many of our top money earners must make when faced by the Tax Man
The really wealthy are allowed to keep only a few pence in every pound they earn. Whicker's World looks at what they try to do about tax. Produced and directed by PETER Robinson
First shown on BBC-1
by David Ellis
Starring Joss Ackland, James Ellis, John Slater
with David Daker, Bernard Holley, John Wreford
Man in market:
A season of Britain's great laughter-makers.
Starring Terry-Thomas, Janette Scott
with Wilfrid Hyde White, Nicole Maurey, Joan Sims, Kenneth Connor, Kenneth Williams
with Michael Aspel
followed by The Weather
with Valentine Palmer
and the BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra
Leader, Ian Tyre
Conductor, Iain Sutherland
The BBC Scottish Radio
Introduced by Frank Bough.
News... Action... Personalities at home and overseas.
Tonight's programme includes:
The Sportsview Greyhound Television Trophy: Third Heat
Four dogs are already through to the final of the Greyhound Trophy Race - one of the major events in the greyhound racing calendar. The first and second in tonight's heat will join them to compete next week in a race worth ÃÂ£1,000 to the winner.
Direct from Brough Park Stadium, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Commentator (The Sportsview Greyhound Television Trophy):
Television Presentation (The Sportsview Greyhound Television Trophy):
A quick look at the news of the day and a longer look at what matters.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt, Ian Trethowan, Robert McKenzie
with on-the-spot reports by Fyfe Robertson, Julian Pettifer, David Lomax, Philip Tibenham, Denis Tuohy.
Omnibus presenting The Great American Novel
A C.B.S. News documentary, testing out the truth of two famous books in real life.
How valid today are Sinclair Lewis's Babbitt and John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath?, writes Stephen Hearst, Head of BBC-tv's Arts Features.
To evoke Babbitt in contemporary terms, C.B.S. News producer Arthur Barron chose Duluth, Minnesota, the model for Sinclair Lewi's Zenith City, and there filmed the activities of members of the Duluth Lions Club and their wives. For The Grapes of Wrath, Barron followed a Kentucky farmer and his family on their flight to the anticipated haven of industrial Chicago.
The members of the Duluth Lions Club hear the same speech that Babbitt gave to Zenith's Booster Club and we hear the audience's reactions to words spoken forty-seven years ago as fiction. Accompanying the westward emigration of the Kentucky farmer, we hear Steinbeck's words, written over thirty years ago.
Barron's method appears to me to be a brilliant departure in the presentation of literature on the television screen.
by The Rev. John Murray.
The Rev. John