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: Beunydd

Bwrw golwg dros bynclau'r dydd mewn sgwrs a ffilm - a chyfle i gwrdd a rhai sy'n amlwg yn y newyddion.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
(to 13.30)

: For the Schools: Living in the Commonwealth: Australia: 2: Wool

This programme deals with life on a sheep station and shows the various aspects of wool production-Australia's leading industry.
Introduced by Russell Braddon.

Contributors

Presenter: Russell Braddon
Producer: Peggie Broadhead

: Watch with Mother: Andy Pandy

For the Very Young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
(A BBC television film)

Contributors

Narrator/Script, music, and settings: Maria Bird
Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Gladys Whitred

: Mainly for Women

Family Affairs: Problems of Living
The 'Family Affairs' panel of experts discuss problems sent in by viewers.
Peggy Jay, John Watson, The Rev. Walter Lane, James Hemming
In the chair, Olive Shapley
Letters to the panel should be sent to 'Family Affairs', [address removed]

3.15 Keep Fit with Eileen Fowler
From the BBC's Midland television studio

(to 15.30)

Contributors

Panellist (Family Affairs: Problems of Living): Peggy Jay
Panellist (Family Affairs: Problems of Living): John Watson
Panellist (Family Affairs: Problems of Living): The Rev. Walter Lane
Panellist (Family Affairs: Problems of Living): James Hemming
Chairman (Family Affairs: Problems of Living): Olive Shapley
Producer (Family Affairs: Problems of Living): Beryl Radley
Fitness instructor (Keep Fit): Eileen Fowler
Arranged by (Keep Fit): Ann Shead
Presented by (Keep Fit): Desmond O'Leary

: Children's Television presents: Onion Boys - Episode 4

An adventure serial in six episodes by Mary Dunn.

Contributors

Writer: Mary Dunn
Producer: Barbara Hammond
Designer: Austen Spriggs
Pierre Rozay: Yves Ratier
Raymon: Barry Barnett
Clerk: John Barrett
Dennis: Patrick Bedford
Professor Hoad: Maurice Colbourne
Sidney Towler: Garard Green
Richard Towler: Edward Higgins
A French waiter: Edward Malin
Madame Rozay: Shirley Cooklin
Postman: Ian Wilson
Madame Tregan: Beatrice Varley
Monsieur Tregan: Jefferson Clifford
Monsieur Rozay: Gareth Jones

: Children's Television: Look: Emperor Penguins

A series of wild-life programmes introduced by Peter Scott.

For some years now the French Polar Expedition have had a base in Adelie Land in the Antarctic. From this base, at Pointe Geologie, they have been studying a large colony of the little-known Emperor Penguins. In this programme Peter Scott introduces Paul-Emile Victor, the leader of the expedition, and they show film of the life of these penguins.
From the BBC's West of England television studio
(Previously televised on January 8)

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Scott
Guest: Paul-Emile Victor
Film Sequences: Jean Prevost
Film Editor: Christopher Parsons
Production: Tony Soper

: News Headlines; Sports News; The Weather

On transmitters serving the areas:
6.10 News for Scotland, Northern Ireland and the English Regions
News for Wales: 6.15-6.20

: The O'Henry Playhouse: Fog in Santone

Thomas Mitchell plays the part of the famous American author in the film series based on his short stories.

A man is given six months to live but, by an act of faith, a miracle happens.

Contributors

O. Henry: Thomas Mitchell

: Tonight

Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - People
Cinema - Theatre - Travel
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith and this week, Cy Grant.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: Derek Hart
Reporter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Singer/guitarist: Cy Grant
Producer: Donald Baverstock

: Robinson's Roundabout

A fortnightly series in which you are invited to take a look at artists making their first appearance on your television screens:
Mike Coyne, Lorie Mann, Les Duo Sapphires, Terry Scanlon, Nevil Whiting

(Terry Scanlon is appearing at the Windmill Theatre, London)

Contributors

Magician: Mike Coyne
Singer: Lorie Mann
Acrobatics: Les Duo Sapphires
Comedian: Terry Scanlon
Singer: Nevil Whiting
Orchestra leader: David McCallum
Orchestra conducted by: Eric Robinson
Scriptwriter: Freddie Robertson
Designer: Robert MacGowan
Producer: Albert Stevenson

: An excerpt from "The Happy Man"

A new comedy by Hugh Williams and Margaret Williams
[Starring] Hugh Williams

A special performance from the Westminster Theatre, London, by arrangement with E. P. Clift and Jack Minster

[Photo caption] Valerie Taylor as 'Mamselle', Hugh Williams as Thomas Swinley

In the living room of the Swinleys' charming country house in Sussex hangs a dominating portrait - a portrait of the beautiful Mrs Swinley, who, when the play opens, is upstairs, about to become a mother for the fourth time. Downstairs, her husband Thomas prepares once more for the exacting role of an expectant father. This time, however, he has a number of additional problems to face and overcome in the shape of the implacable professional nurse with an exaggerated sense of responsibility, the lonely and frustrated French governess who teaches one of the sons, the family Nannie who has been with the Swinleys for years, and Rosina, the Italian cook, whose knowledge of English is limited to a few American catchphrases. In this all-too-female world Thomas has only his friend and doctor, Hubert Welsh, to turn to...

Contributors

Author: Hugh Williams
Author: Margaret Williams
Director: Jack Minster
Setting: Hutchinson Scott
Presented for television by: John Vernon
Dr. Hubert Welsh: Cyril Raymond
Thomas Swinley: Hugh Williams
Sister Timpson: Everley Gregg
Nannie: Edith Sharp
'Mamselle': Valerie Taylor
Rosina: Doreen Andrew

: An International Amateur Boxing Tournament

Including Danish Champions.
From the Music Hall, Edinburgh

Contributors

Commentator: Harry Carpenter
Commentator: John Blair
Presented for television by: Bill Stevenson

: Eye on Research: 8: The Dividing Line

Robert Reid reports.
One of the most delicate jobs a scientist can tackle is the making of diffraction gratings-a number of extremely fine lines ruled on pieces of glass-up to 30,000 of them to an inch. These can be used for very accurate measurement. Dr. Sayce, of the National Physical Laboratory, tells the story of how an inexpensive method has been developed to produce these gratings and how their use may ultimately lead to a revolution in engineering and industry.

Contributors

Reporter: Robert Reid
Research and treatment: Gordon Taylor
Producer: Aubrey E. Singer

: Who Said That?

Yvonne Mitchell, Gilbert Harding, Eric Maschwitz, Jacques Sallebert are invited by Lionel Hale to identify some similar quotations and then to discuss their merits.

Contributors

Panellist: Yvonne Mitchell
Panellist: Gilbert Harding
Panellist: Eric Maschwitz
Panellist: Jacques Sallebert
Chairman: Lionel Hale

: A Little Music

Max Jaffa introduces The Trio
Max Jaffa (violin), Reginald Kilbey (cello), Jack Byfield (piano)

Contributors

Presenter/violinist: Max Jaffa
Cellist: Reginald Kilbey
Pianist: Jack Byfield
Presented by: Christian Simpson

: News Summary

followed by Weather and Close Down








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