from Brunswick Welsh Methodist Church, Rhyl.
Conducted by the Rev. H. Ingli James, Superintendent of the South Wales Area of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland.
All people that on earth do dwell (8: Tune, Yr Hen Ganfed)
Lesson: Isaiah 40, w. 25-31
Come, Holy Spirit, come (2: Tune, St. Michael)
Lesson: Ephesians 3, w. 8-21
Breathe on me, breath of God (1: Tune, Wirksworth)
O thou who earnest from above (14: Tune, Mainzer)
Dear Lord and Father of mankind (36: Tune, Campfields)
(Hymns taken from the English section of the Welsh Calvinistic and Wesleyan Methodist Hymnbook)
Service conducted by:
The Rev. H. Ingli
A visit to Montreux to watch the famous flower festival that has been held every two years since 1897 to mark the return of spring.
Programme presented by the Swiss Television Service - for the Television Continental Exchange
Commentator (in Montreux):
Next Tuesday the Three Counties Agricultural Society's Show opens at Staverton Airport, Gloucester.
Godfrey Baseley watches the arrival of livestock and machinery and meets some of the people who are preparing for the show.
Muffin is Back
Muffin the Mule's first programme on his return from South Africa with Annette Mills (who writes the songs) and Ann Hogarth (who pulls the strings).
The Royal Tournament
A visit behind the scenes at Earls Court to meet some of those taking part in the Royal Tournament and to have a look at some of the animals.
The Secret Way
A new play by Diana Hardyment.
(Previously televised last Thursday)
Presenter/songwriter (Muffin is Back):
Puppeteer (Muffin is Back):
Commentator (The Royal Tournament):
Writer (The Secret Way):
Producer (The Secret Way):
A visit to the Apostolic Palace and the Basilica of St. Peter of Rome, ending with A Message from His Holiness Pope Pius XII.
Presented by the Italian Television Service for the Television Continental Exchange
Commentator (in Rome):
Followed by Weather Chart and Interlude
with Isobel Barnett, Barbara Kelly, David Nixon and Gilbert Harding trying to find the answers and Ron Randell to see fair play.
('What's My Line?' was devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman, and is presented by arrangement with C.B.S. of America and Maurice Winnick)
On the tenth anniversary of D-Day television presents a documentary film showing the people of Britain at war. The hundreds of scenes from which it was compiled were taken between 1939 and 1944 in many places in the United Kingdom - including Slough, Hayes (Middlesex), Dover, Plymouth, Bovington (Dorset), Newport (Monmouthshire), and London; and in Dunkirk and many battlefronts abroad.
If you recognise yourself in close-up in this film tonight, please write to: 'Were You Filmed?' [address removed], and say what you are doing now. You may be invited to take part in a sequel to this programme.
Narration written by:
Film produced by:
A play from the novel 'Mary Wakefield' by Mazo de la Roche.
The action takes place at the Whiteoaks' house, Jalna, Ontario, in the year 1892.
(Second performance: Thursday at 9.10 p.m.)
(Peter Williams appears by permission of Derick Williams Productions, Ltd.)
Author (Mary Wakefield):
Mazo de la
Her son - Nicholas:
Her son - Ernest:
Her son - Philip:
Philip's children - Meg:
Philip's children - Renny:
Mary Wakefield, governess to the children:
Friend of the Whiteoaks:
Muriel Craig: Virginia
Friend of the Whiteoaks:
Clive Busby: Peter
Mrs. Nettleship, housekeeper at 'Jalna':
Dr. Ramsey, Philip's father-in-law:
A programme of hymn-singing from Brunswick Welsh Methodist Church, Rhyl.
Introduced by the Minister, the Rev. I. Elfyn Ellis.
The Rev. I. Elfyn