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: Pan Weddiech...

Gwahoddiad i ymuno mewn gwasanaeth o'r ,stiwdio dan arweiniad y Parchedig Glyn Parry-Jones
Trefn y Gwasanaeth
Arweiniol
Gweddi a Gweddi'r Arglwydd
Emyn: Cyfrannwr pob bendithion
Darllen o'r Hen Destament
Salm 23
Darllen o'r Testament Newydd
Emyn: Yn y dwys ddistawrwydd Sytwadau
Emyn Ti, yr Hwn a wrendy weddi
Gweddi Emyn : Y mae'r dyddiau'n dod i ben
Bendith
Cenir yr emynau gan
Gantorion Cymreig y BBC Arweinydd. Arwel Hughes
(A Welsh meditation)
(Wenvoe, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
(to 12.30)

Contributors

Unknown: Parchedig Glyn Parry
Unknown: Jones Trefn
Unknown: Gwasanaeth Arweiniol
Unknown: Arglwydd Bmyn
Unknown: Hen Destament
Unknown: Gweddi Emyn
Unknown: Gantorion Cymreig
Unknown: Arwel Hughes

: Greenwich Time Signal; The Burns and Allen Show: Vote for Me

[Starring] George Burns and Gracie Allen

Contributors

Himself: George Burns
Herself: Gracie Allen

: Let's Make a Date

Brian Reece says Let's Make a Date.

With
The Song That Made The Star
with David Hughes.

My Friend Mike
with Tony Quinn.

Scored For The Screen
The theme music from Love is a Many Splendored Thing.

The Better Half
A well-known comedian's wife introduces her husband.

BBC Northern Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Alyn Ainsworth.
From the Royal Hall, Harrogate.
(Brian Reece is in 'Dick Whittington' at the Empire Theatre, Liverpool; David Hughes in 'Summer Song' at the Opera House, Manchester)

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Reece
Tenor (The Song That Made The Star): David Hughes
[Actor] (My Friend Mike): Tony Quinn
Musicians: BBC Northern Variety Orchestra
Conductor: Alyn Ainsworth
Script: Jack Bradley
Script: Ray Davies
Editor: John Ammonds
Producer: Barney Colehan

: Concert Hour

Introduced and conducted by Alfred Wallenstein.
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard)
Iris Loveridge (piano)

Overture: The Italian Girl in Algiers - Rossini
Serenade No. 8, in D, for four orchestras (K.286) - Mozart
Variations on a Nursery Song, for piano and orchestra - Dohnanyi
Before an invited audience in the BBC studios, Maida Vale, London.
(Simultaneous broadcast with the Home Service)

Contributors

Presenter/Conductor: Alfred Wallenstein
Musicians: BBC Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Paul Beard
Pianist: Iris Loveridge
Presented for television by: Antony Craxton

: The Brains Trust

meets every Sunday afternoon.
The members this week are: Julian Huxley F.R.S., John Macmurray, Viscount Samuel G.C.B., G.B.E., Rebecca West
Question-Master, Alan Melville
Questions should be addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]

Contributors

Panellist: Julian Huxley
Panellist: John MacMurray
Panellist: Viscount Samuel
Panellist: Rebecca West
Question-Master: Alan Melville
Producer: John Furness

: I Married Joan

[Starring] Joan Davis in the film I Married Joan

Contributors

Joan Stevens: Joan Davis

: Children's Television

Sooty
with Harry Corbett.
Sooty visits the National School-boy's Own Exhibition at the Horticultural Halls, Westminster and makes the usual exhibition of himself!
(Sooty and Harry Corbett are in "Family Fun" at the Adelphi Theatre, London)

Children's Newsreel

Space School: Part 1
by Gordon Ford.
See page 8

Sunday at Six: They followed a star
The story of Epiphany.

(to 18.05)

Contributors

Puppeteer (Sooty): Harry Corbett
Commentator (Sooty): Brian Johnston
Producer (Sooty): Vere Lorrimer
Director (Sooty): Dennis Monger
Writer (Space School): Gordon Ford
Producer (Space School): Kevin Sheldon
Designer (Space School): Gordon Roland
Space Commodore Sir Hugh Sterling: John Stuart
Space Captain Michael O'Rorke, his pilot: Matthew Lane
Space Engineer Tubby Thompson, His Navigator: Donald McCorkindale
Sam Scroop, his cook: Neil McCallum
Miss Osborne, Space schoolmistress: Julie Webb
Wallace Winter: Michael Maguire
Wilfred Winter: Meurig Jones
Winnie Winter: Ann Cooke
Humphrey Soames: David Drummond
Announcer: Edmund Warwick

: Max Bygraves

Orchestra conducted by Eric Robinson
(The excerpt from the Colin Leslie production 'Charley Moon' is televised by permission of British Lion Films)
See facing page

Contributors

Singer: Max Bygraves
Conductor: Eric Robinson
Designer: Norman James
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: The Weeping Madonna

A comedy by Iain MacCormick.

The action of the play takes place in a fishing village in North Italy. Time, the present.
See facing page

Contributors

Writer: Iain MacCormick
Producer: Alan Bromly
Designer: Richard Wilmot
Tina: Sandra Alfred
Carlo: Eddie Leslie
Rudolfo: Michael Balfour
Theresa: Ina de la Haye
Lena: Ruth Shiell
Ugo: Nevil Whiting
Dr. Fritti: Peter Swanwick
Padre Fratelli: Kevin Stoney
Bobbio: Philip Stainton
Dr. Pesci: Douglas Wilmer
Father Nuovo: Cyril Shaps
Father Francis: Richard Pearson
Dr. Barmati: Alan Rolfe
Mr. Samuels: Bill Nagy
Frederico: Wolfe Morris

: Stranger Than Fiction

Have you ever seen a police station in a lamp post?
This film, the eighth of a series about the mysterious and unusual, shows that such curiosities exist.

: Music at Ten: Contrasts

A miscellany of light music with Robert Farnon and his Orchestra, Edmund Hockridge, Reginald King (piano).

Contributors

Musicians: Robert Farnon and his Orchestra
Baritone: Edmund Hockridge
Pianist: Reginald King
Designer: Tony Abbott
Producer: Charles R. Rogers

: Time for Prayers

Conducted by the Rev. B. L. Spurgin.

Contributors

Conductor: The Rev. B. L. Spurgin








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