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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: Fact in Fiction

Introduced by Hugh Ross Williamson.
A comment on some of the bad schools of the last century illustrated by extracts from BBC telerecordings of drama productions.
Nicholas Nickleby: Dotheboys Hall with Esmond Knight as 'Squeers'
and Vanity Fair: Miss Pinkerton's Academy with Joyce Redman as 'Becky Sharp'

Contributors

Presenter: Hugh Ross Williamson
Squeers (Nicholas Nickleby): Esmond Knight
Becky Sharp (Vanity Fair): Joyce Redman
Arranged by: Rosemary Hill
Producer: Ronald Eyre

: Watch with Mother: The Woodentops

(A BBC television film)
(to 14.45)

: Children's Television presents: Thrash It Out

Pupils of Uwyn-y-Bryn Secondary School for Girls, Swansea and Bishop Gore Secondary School for Boys, Swansea discuss the subject 'Examinations'.
In the chair, Hywel Davies.

Contributors

Chairman: Hywel Davies
Director: David J. Thomas
Arranged by: Lorraine Davies

: Children's Television: Bengo

The adventures of a Boxer puppy.
Drawn by Tim and told by Sylvia Peters.

Contributors

Artist: Tim (William Timym)
Narrator: Sylvia Peters

: Children's Television: For Deaf Children

Variety with Abbott's Goldfish, Peter Butterworth, The Marcies.

Contributors

Comedian: Peter Butterworth
Acrobatics: The Marcies
Drawings: Stephen Skoyles

: News Headlines; Sports News; The Weather

On transmitters serving the areas:

: Good Companions

A programme of pets for people with pets.
Peter West and Stanley Dangerfield go to Leeds where they are invited to a special session of an Obedience Training School for dogs.
Also featuring
The Goon
and This week's special item: Pigeons
A fortnightly series edited by Stanley Dangerfield
From the Carlton (Old) Barracks, Leeds

Contributors

Presenter: Peter West
Presenter/editor: Stanley Dangerfield
Producer: Humphrey Fisher

: Tonight

Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - People
Cinema - Theatre - Argument
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith and Rory McEwen, Barbara Leigh

Contributors

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

: Caxton's Tales: Buddy

Written by Sidney Nelson and Maurice Harrison.
[Starring] Wilfred Pickles

Contributors

Writer: Sidney Nelson
Writer: Maurice Harrison
Producer: G. B. Lupino
Wilfred Caxton: Wilfred Pickles
Mabel Caxton: Mabel Pickles
Sally Caxton: Mary Webster
Charlie Haskell: Richard Curnock
Miss Brearley: Evelyn Lund
Willie: Peter Hodoson
Sam Widgeon: Allan Bracewell
Buddy: Jay Evans
Mortimer Benson: Wensley Pithey

: Sing for Your Supper

with Reg Varney, Hugh Paddick, Barry Took, Laurie London, The Fraser Hayes Four.
Guest star, Lita Roza

Contributors

Singer: Reg Varney
Singer: Hugh Paddick
Singer: Barry Took
Singer: Laurie London
Singers: The Fraser Hayes Four
Guest star/singer: Lita Roza
Choreographer: Tommy Linden
Script: Eric Merriman
Script: Barry Took
Designer: Norman James
Producer: John Warrington

: Eye to Eye presents: The More We Are Together

For thirty minutes life is seen through the eyes of Mum and Dad, Vi, Lil, Nell, and Eileen - four sisters with four husbands. They are the Gladden family, and they all live within a stone's throw of each other in the East End of London, with eight children and a budgerigar.
Introduced by Robert Reid.
Written and produced by Stephen Hearst.
See page 5

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Reid
Photographed by: Charles de Jaeger
Film editor: Ian Callaway
Writer/producer: Stephen Hearst

: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Episode One

(See top of page and pages 3 and 7)

Dramatised for television by A.R. Rawlinson
with Peter Sallis as Samuel Pepys

The action is set in the City of London and in Westminster in 1660.

Contributors

Author: Samuel Pepys
Dramatised by: A.R. Rawlinson
Producer: Chloe Gibson
Music composed by: Christopher Whelen
Film sequences photographed by: Douglas Wolfe
Film Editor: James Colina
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Samuel Pepys: Peter Sallis
Elizabeth Pepys: Susan Maryott
Jane, the maid: Susan Spear
Clerk: Colin Broadley
Hawley: Noel Davis
William Bowyer: Howard Lamb
George Downing: Martin Sterndale
Will Shepley: Bruce Stewart
John Crew: Richard Williams
The landlord's daughter: Patricia Key
Small boy: Maurice Bennice
General George Monk: John Arnatt
Sir Edward Montagu: Manning Wilson
John Pepys, Sam's father: Frederick Peisley
Mistress Pepys, Sam's mother: Kathleen Williams
Pall Pepys, Sam's sister: Patricia Heneghan
Clerks, officers and troopers in General Monk's army, servants, landlord and customers of The Swan Tavern, citizens at the bonfire celebrations: [artists uncredited]

: Hall of Fame

The Sportsview Unit looks back on the world's greatest sports stars in action.
Tonight:
John Cobb and the World Title fight between Jack Johnson and Stanley Ketchel
Introduced by Raymond Glendenning.

Contributors

Racing driver: John Cobb
Boxer: Jack Johnson
Boxer: Stanley Ketchel
Presenter: Raymond Glendenning
Devised and written by: Paul Fox
Devised and written by: Ronnie Noble
Presented by: Bryan Cowgill

: Press Conference

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

Contributors

Presented by: Hugh Burnett

: Adventures in Eating

Host: Wynford Vaughan Thomas
Guest: Jimmy Edwards
Chef: Niki

The chef prepares a 'Chicken Kiev' and the host honours his guest by opening one of the oldest bottles of wine in the country.
See page 5

Contributors

Presenter: Wynford Vaughan Thomas
Guest: Jimmy Edwards
Chef: Niki
Producer: Beryl Radley

: News Summary

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