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)
by William Bullough, Professor of Zoology in the University of London.
(Telerecording of last Wednesday's programme)
The Northern Scene: Army Wife - Catterick
Views and experiences of some army wives living in the largest garrison in the United Kingdom.
Introduced by Alick Hayes.
From the BBC's North of England studios
3.15 Keep Fit with Eileen Fowler
From the BBC's Midland television studio
All instructions for exercises demonstrated by Eileen Fowler since January, 1957 (which she will be repeating on Monday afternoons from April 14 till mid-June) and previously published in a pamphlet and in supplements to Radio Times, are reprinted in a new pamphlet obtainable from [address removed]. Price 2s. 6d., post free. Postal orders please, not stamps.
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Elizabeth Lanchbury introduces Studio 'E'
Camp-Fire Cooking: 2 - In a Pan
with Jack Cox.
Fish-Hawk and some singing birds
Pop of the Week
Ted Taylor with a current hit.
A tale from the Caribbean.
This Week's Film: Gulliver's Travels
The new Technicolor cartoon.
The Confrey Phillips Trio in Music in Rhythm
Patrick Moore talks about space fiction.
ABC Quiz with Peter West as Question-Master
Kim the Keeshond
Item presenter (Camp-Fire Cooking):
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Musicians (Music in Rhythm):
The Confrey Phillips
Item presenter (New Books):
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On transmitters serving the areas:
6.10 News for Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the English Regions
News from Wales: 6.15-6.20
A cycle of plays on The Life of Our Lord
Written and produced by Joy Harington
Shortly after the baptism of Jesus, John the Baptist was thrown into prison by Herod and Jesus went to Galilee, where he called four fishermen to follow him.
(A BBC telerecording)
For cast see page 11
Look around with Cliff Michelmore
Sport - Music - People
Cinema - Theatre - Argument
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith
and this week, Alex McEwen, Marion Grimaldi
(Marion Grimaldi is appearing in "Where's Charley" at the Palace Theatre, London)
See page 5
The first episode of a new serial.
See page 7
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[Starring] Charlie Drake
with Valentine Dyall
and Robert Dorning, Leslie Perrins, Paul Hardtmuth, Penelope Bartley, Shirley Cooklin, Peggyann Clifford, Arthur Mullard, Malou Pantera, Mary Marshall, Eva Hall, Samuel Manseray
Standing just 5 ft. 1 ins. in his socks - a practice he doesn't make a habit of - Charlie Drake confessed that when he was first invited to break away from playing second fiddle to other comedians and appear in his own show, he felt like a bullfighter who'd found himself alone in the arena with only the bull for company.
'That's what they call The Moment of Truth,' he said. This moment came to Charlie just under twelve months ago when he launched the first series of Drake's Progress. Since then, the little man with the sandy hair has considerably increased his stature in the world of entertainment. His first TV sketch some years ago at the Nuffield Centre was described by one critic as 'a stinker.' Two weeks ago in Radio Times, Sir Compton Mackenzie was able to write of him, 'As a knockabout he is unsurpassed, but he possesses a kind of wistfulness which without the faintest attempt to win it, often borders on pathos.' This, then, is the measure of Drake's Progress, which continues tonight.
starring Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko.
Bilko, for his own reasons, tries to bring 'democracy' back to Kansas. But the voice of Doberman is not necessarily the voice of the people.
This Is Your Life says Eamonn Andrews to ?
The recorded music by James Turner played by the Orchestra
Conducted by George Clouston
("This is Your Life" was devised by Ralph Edwards)
Orchestra conducted by:
Each week Television's Window on the World opens on Places-Problems-Personalities in the News
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby.
Edited and produced by:
at the Sherwood Rooms, Nottingham where Paul Carpenter introduces The Finals of the 1958 National Ballroom Queen Contest.
(Organised by Mecca Dancing)
Dance demonstrations by: Sydney and Mary Thompson, Sonny Binick and Sally Brock, Roy and June Mavor, Syd Perkin and Edna Duffield
Master of Ceremonies, Eric Morley
Assisted by Wally Green
with Gene Mayo and his Orchestra and the Herald Trumpeters of the 16th/5th The Queen's Royal Lancers by permission of Lt.-Col. J.D. Lunt, Officer Commanding
Master of Ceremonies:
Gene Mayo and his
The Herald Trumpeters of the 16th/5th The Queen's Royal
Presented for television by:
A short story told by Reginald Beckwith.
(A BBC telerecording)
The first of two talks for Holy Week by Canon J. E. Fison, Sub-Dean of Truro Cathedral.
Illustrated by photographs of scenes from an African Passion Play and by Negro
From the BBC's West of England studio
Presenter (They Crucified My Lord):
Canon J. E.
Spirituals sung by (They Crucified My Lord):