For the very young
from Headingley, Leeds.
(ymysg pethau eraill) fydd
Jacob Davies , Hallt Anderson Huw Jones, Charles Williams
Cadeirydd, Ronnie Williams
Cynhyrchydd, Jack Williams
Recordiwyd y rhaglen yn y Drill Hall, Caerfyrddin
(A lighthearted discussion)
(First shown on BBC Wales)
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
A final visit to Headingley.
by Philippa Pearce
with Judi Dench
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, and some further adventures of Mighty Mouse, the visitor from Outer Space.
with Chloe Ashcroft and Jonathan Dennis who look at past and present ways of getting about and ask for ideas for the future.
Music by The Roger Webb Quartet
Please send your ideas to All Change, [address removed]
The Roger Webb
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
Introduced by John Edmunds and featuring Peter Davalle.
followed by the Weather in the South-East
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in a selection from the world-famous award-winning cartoon films starring Tom the Cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry.
Designs on Jerry ...from a scheming cat!
Alan Whicker pursues the Bandits of Sardinia
"Graziano's having a difficult time, at the moment..."
In the Barbagia - least-known mountains of Europe where it is said there is a robbery, a kidnapping, or a murder every day - Alan Whicker follows the course of a bloody vendetta that has claimed ten victims so far... He also discovers how and why simple shepherds suddenly turn bandit - men on the run who only leave the peaks to kidnap and kill.
The Italian Press estimates that 600 people have been murdered here since the war -
among them an unfortunate English couple who had foolishly stopped for a picnic in bandit country.
Produced and directed by:
by David Ellis
Starring James Ellis, John Slater
with Bernard Holley, John Wreford
Asst Chief Constable:
W.P.C. Sue Parkin:
A season of Britain's great laughter-makers.
Starring Peter Sellers, Margaret Rutherford, Virginia McKenna, Bill Travers, Bernard Miles
A Frank Launder and Sidney Gilliat production
The Spensers, an impoverished young couple, inherit a cinema in the North of England. Joy turns to dismay when they find it is only a run-down little flea-pit-The Bijou. With the cinema they inherit its staff-all living anachronisms: Old Tom, the doorman; Mrs. Fazackalee, the Edwardian cashier and silent-film piano accompanist; and Mr. Quill, the bibulous projectionist. (Bernard Miles, Margaret Rutherford, and Peter Sellers play this delightful trio with nostalgic affection.) When a neighbouring super-cinema makes a bid for The Bijou, the Spensers have to make the decision whether to sell up over the heads of their staff or to try to make a go of it.
with Robert Langley
followed by The Weather
with special guests, Peter Nero
with Joe Cusatis (drums) and Gene Cherice (bass)
and The Ladybirds
(Peter Nero appears by arrangement with Harold Davison)
Orchestra conducted by/Orchestrations:
Introduced by Frank Bough.
News... Action... Personalities at home and overseas.
Tonight's programme includes:
Cricket: England v. Australia
A preview of the First Test which begins at Old Trafford on Thursday.
Football: The European Nations Championship
A report from Italy where England, the World Champions, bid this week to win the European Nations Cup.
Rugby Union: The British Lions in South Africa
Action and news from the British Lions' tour in the week of the First Test.
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.
Kenneth Alwyn discusses Tchaikovsky's life and music and conducts the New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Led by Desmond Bradley
with Dagmar Kessler, John Gilpin, John Shirley-Quirk, Robert Tear, John Lill
(John Gilpin and Dagmar Kessler appear by permission of the Administrator of London's Festival Ballet)
Why is Tchaikovsky the most popular of all composers? What gives his music its unmistakable impact? What are the secrets of his success?
Kenneth Alwyn discusses Tchaikovsky's complex personality, his difficult and often unhappy life, and demonstrates why his music is not only successful but has the stamp of greatness
The New Philharmonia
Orchestra led by:
Canon Eric Elliott looks at the future of the Church from the standpoint of the Church of Ireland.
Filmed by the Northern Ireland Film Unit