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: Beunydd

Bwrw golwg dros bynciau'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: Macbeth: Part 1: The Rise to Power

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Designer: Gordon Roland
Producer: Ronald Eyre
Narrator: William Squire
Macbeth: Douglas Wilmer
Lady Macbeth: Heather Chasen
Banquo: Basil Hoskins
First Witch: Arnold Yarrow
Second Witch: Job Stewart
Third Witch: Geoffrey Lewis
Lennox: John Nettleton
Ross: Kenneth Watson
First Murderer: Richard Beale
Second Murderer: Michael Guest
Servant: John MacKenzie
Messenger: Fraser Kerr
Other parts played by: Terry Baker
Other parts played by: David Ludman
Other parts played by: Delia Paton
Other parts played by: Richard Price
Other parts played by: Ruth Holden

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Sunday Post: Schools Broadcasting 10 January 2016

: Watch with Mother: The Woodentops

For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
(to 14.50)

Contributors

Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Voices: Eileen Brown
Voices: Josefina Ray
Voices: Peter Hawkins
Script and music: Maria Bird

: Children's Television presents: Zoo Quest for the Paradise Birds: 3: Base Camp in the New Guinea Mountains

David Attenborough describes his recent journey along the Great Barrier Reef and into the mountains of Central New Guinea, in the search for Birds of Paradise.

Contributors

Presenter/narrator/producer: David Attenborough
Film editor: Teddy Ireland
Cameraman: Charles Lagus

: Children's Television: Ian Wallace

introduces you to some of his musical friends with help from Winifred Taylor at the piano.

Contributors

Presenter/singer: Ian Wallace
Pianist: Winifred Taylor
Presented by: Gerald Wiltshire

: Children's Television: First to the Sea

Paul Johnstone talks about the Vikings, their ships, and man's early endeavour to sail the seas.

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Johnstone

: News Summary

: News for Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the English Regions

On transmitters serving the areas

: Short Cuts

A 'Do It Yourself' programme in which Barry Bucknell deals with electrical jobs around the home, discusses with Michael Wickham new ideas on mounting and framing photographs and prints, and introduces Jack Holt, the boat designer, who starts a series on how to build your own sailing dinghy.
See page 5

Contributors

Presenter/handyman: Barry Bucknell
Expert: Michael Wickham
Item presenter: Jack Holt
Producer: John Furness

: Tonight

Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - People
Cinema - Theatre - Travel
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith and this week: Rory McEwen, Dilys Laye

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: Derek Hart
Reporter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Singer/guitarist: Rory McEwen
Singer: Dilys Laye
Producer: Donald Baverstock

: News Summary

: Still Contrary

The Programme Women Like Men to See
Introduced by Eileen Ascroft.
A symposium of Music - Song - Dance - Novelty, and Glamour
with The Littlewood Songsters and The Television Toppers with the Orchestra under the direction of Norrie Paramor and the dances directed by Larry Gordon and the production by Richard Afton

Contributors

Presenter: Eileen Ascroft
Singers: The Littlewood Songsters
Dancers: The Television Toppers
Orchestra under the direction of: Norrie Paramor
Dances directed by: Larry Gordon
Production: Richard Afton

: Wire Service: Run Sheep Run

An exciting new series of film stories starring Dane Clark, George Brent and Mercedes McCambridge as reporters with the Trans Globe News Agency.

This week Kate Wells, played by Mercedes McCambridge, sends in a dramatic report from a small mid-western town which is the scene of a uranium strike. The prospect of sudden wealth creates its own problems-not only for the person who stands to gain most from it.

Contributors

Dan Miller: Dane Clark
Dean Evans: George Brent
Kate Wells: Mercedes McCambridge

: Pride and Prejudice: Part 2

by Jane Austen.
Adapted for television in six weekly instalments by Cedric Wallis.
[Starring] Alan Badel with Marian Spencer, William Squire, Jane Downs, Hugh Sinclair
Mr. Charles Bingley, the new tenant of Netherfield Park, Hertfordshire, is much sought after by the neighbouring families of marriageable daughters. Jane, the eldest of the four daughters of Mr. Bennet and Mrs. Bennet, of Longbourne, attracts his chief attention at the Assembly Hall. His arrogant friend, Mr. Darcy, however, in spite of an even more handsome appearance, and an even larger fortune, creates an unfavourable impression, especially on Miss Elizabeth Bennet, a young lady of considerable spirit.

Contributors

Author: Jane Austen
Adapted for television by: Cedric Wallis
Producer: Barbara Burnham
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Jane Bennet: Susan Lyall Grant
Mrs Bennet: Marian Spencer
Elizabeth Bennet: Jane Downs
Mr Bennet: Hugh Sinclair
Lydia Bennet: Vivienne Martin
Mary Bennet: Pamela Binns
Mr Collins: Jack May
Mr Bingley: William Squire
Caroline Bingley: Greta Watson
Mr Darcy: Alan Badel
Captain Denny: Jeremy Geidt
Mr Wickham: Colin Jeavons
Charlotte Lucas: Barbara New
Servant: Jeanne Elvin
[Actor]: Edward Brooks
[Actor]: Jeffrey Gardiner

: Sea and Ships: Tankers

Alan Villiers discusses Tankers with Captain Kenneth Morris.
Today about one quarter of the world's merchant shipping tonnage consists of tankers, many of them between 20,000 and 45,000 tons capacity, costing more than £2,000,000 each.
Very recently, a few tankers of more than 100,000 tons capacity have been ordered-a far cry from 1861, when the first cargo of oil was carried across the Atlantic in barrels by a 224-ton brig. Tonight Alan Villiers and Captain Morris, who commands a tanker, discuss the extraordinary history and development of these ships, and some of the hazards they face in war and peace.
From the BBC's West of England television studio

Contributors

Presenter: Alan Villiers
Guest: Captain Kenneth Morris
Film editor: Constance Dunn
Producer: Ian Curtis

: News

: Press Conference

People who make the news face questions from people who write the news.

Contributors

Presented by: Hugh Burnett

: Michael Holliday

brings you songs In a free and easy style.
Continuity material written by Alan Reeve-Jones and Edwin Braden who also directs the music.

Contributors

Singer: Michael Holliday
Continuity material: Alan Reeve-Jones
Continuity material/Musical director: Edwin Braden
Presented by: John Ammonds

: News Summary

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