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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: Birds: 4: Bird Flight

by John Barlee.

The main kinds of bird flight are flapping, gliding, and soaring. Unlike most aircraft, birds are able to alter the area and shape of their wings, which allows for great manoeuvrability. There are many examples in the programme of various kinds of flight, some illustrated by special slow-motion photography.

Contributors

Presenter: John Barlee
Producer: F. R. Elwell

: Watch with Mother: The Woodentops

For the Very Young

: Lawn Tennis: The Davis Cup: Second round: European Zone: Great Britain v. Brazil

The doubles match from Devonshire Park, Eastbourne.
(to 15.45)

Contributors

Commentator: Dan Maskell
Presented for television by: John Vernon

: Children's Television presents: Nicholas Nickleby: Episode 7

by Charles Dickens.
Adapted by Vincent Tilsley.

In which Nicholas discovers the identity of the young lady he has fallen in love with and, having learned her tragic circumstances, loves her all the more, and in which Smike has a secret sorrow.
(A BBC Telerecording)

Contributors

Author: Charles Dickens
Adapted by: Vincent Tilsley
Director: Eric Tayler
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Douglas Allen
Charles Cheeryble: George Howe
Nicholas Nickleby: William Russell
Walter Bray: Maurice Colbourne
Madeline Bray: Marilyn James
Mrs. Nickleby: Gillian Lind
Smike: Brian Peck
Frank Cheeryble: Barry Foster
Kate Nickleby: Jennifer Wilson
Miss La Creevy: Rosamund Greenwood
Newman Noggs: Richard Wordsworth
Ralph Nickleby: Malcolm Keen
Arthur Gride: Anthony Jacobs

: Children's Television: Ages Ago: 2 - Hunting, Painting, and Fishing

Brian Hope-Taylor shows that in many ways early Stone Age people were not so very different from us.

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Hope-Taylor
Presented by: Roy Duffell

: Children's Television: Packi

More adventures of the Little Elephant.
Drawn and told by Tony Hart.

Contributors

Drawn and told by: Tony Hart

: News Headlines; Sports News; The Weather

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

: Gardening Club

A weekly date with Percy Thrower.
Whose seasonal work tonight includes:
Spraying roses; Pricking out polyanthus seedlings; Preparing for and planting cucumbers in the garden frame; Sowing seed of cinerarias and calceolarias

Geraniums
(Pelargoniums)
J.B. Bent of Blakedown, Worcestershire, shows general methods of cultivation, and recommends varieties for bedding schemes and as indoor pot plants.
From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

Presenter: Percy Thrower
Item presenter (Geraniums): J.B. Bent
Presented by: Paul Morby

: Tonight

Look around with Derek Hart.
Sport - Music - People
Cinema - Theatre - Argument
with Geoffrey Johnson Smith and this week, Noel Harrison, Maggie Fitzgibbon.

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Hart
Reporter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Singer/guitarist: Noel Harrison
Singer: Maggie Fitzgibbon
Producer: Donald Baverstock

: News Summary

and Cricket: close of play scores

: Show Band Parade

Cyril Stapleton presents Show Band Parade featuring his Show Band in popular music of yesterday, today, and tomorrow with Teddy Johnson and Pearl Carr, Fredye Marshall, The Terry Sisters, Sheila O'Neill, Bob Stevenson, Graham MacCormack, Greta Hamby, Michel Boudot.
The Show Band Singers (directed by Cliff Adams)

Contributors

Presenter/bandleader: Cyril Stapleton
Singer: Teddy Johnson
Singer: Pearl Carr
Singer: Fredye Marshall
Singers: The Terry Sisters
Dancer: Sheila O'Neill
Dancer: Bob Stevenson
Dancer: Graham MacCormack
Dancer: Greta Hamby
Dancer: Michel Boudot
Singers: The Show Band Singers
[Singers] directed by: Cliff Adams
Production scenes staged by: Alfred Rodrigues
Producer: Graeme Muir

: International Swimming: Great Britain v. Holland

Some of the races in the early stages of this two-day international match arranged by the Amateur Swimming Association.
From the Derby Baths, Blackpool

Contributors

Commentator: Harry Walker
Television presentation: Ray Lakeland

: Portraits of Power: 1: Khrushchev

Robert McKenzie introduces five programmes illustrating the nature of the power wielded by outstanding political leaders of this century.
Based on authentic records, on film, from Soviet and Western sources and including evidence from Marshall MacDuffie, Cyril Osborne, M.P.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert McKenzie
Interviewee: Marshall MacDuffie
Interviewee: Cyril Osborne
Film editor: Alan Tetzner
Director: Malcolm Brown
Producer: Huw Wheldon

: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Episode 10

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

The action takes place at Hampton Court, in the City of London, and at Whitehall Palace. It is January 1666. Lord Sandwich and the Fleet have returned from sea with valuable prizes captured from the Dutch. Sandwich and Samuel Pepys have taken their share of the booty without waiting the authority of the Prize Commissioners. But there has been a public outcry and Sandwich has been relieved of his command. Samuel, however, has managed to cover his tracks and remains in favour.

Contributors

Author: Samuel Pepys
Dramatised by: A.R. Rawlinson
Producer: Chloe Gibson
Music composed by: Christopher Whelen
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Samuel Pepys: Peter Sallis
Viscount Brouncker: Wensley Pithey
Secretary: Bill Horsley
Lord Sandwich: Manning Wilson
King Charles II: Douglas Wilmer
Duke of York: David Peel
Sir William Coventry: Paul Eddington
Mistress Knepp: Helen Jessop
Mistress Pierce: Anne Padwick
Master Knepp: Leslie Goby
William Hewer: Alan Rowe
John Pepys: Frederick Peisley
Elizabeth Pepys: Susan Maryott
Pall Pepys: Patricia Heneghan
Master Daniels, a seaman: Douglas Blackwell
Queen Katherine: Barbara New
Lady-in-waiting: Elizabeth Melville
Lady Castlemaine: Diana Fairfax
Sir Thomas Bludworth, Lord Mayor: Howard Lamb
Watchman: Freddie Watts
First woman: Ivy Coucher
Second woman: Alice Bowes
Leading Seaman: Robert Algar
Courtiers and ladies, citizens, servants watchmen, and seamen: [artists uncredited]

: Tito Gobbi

The world-famous operatic baritone sings some of his favourite roles.
His guest: Michael Denison
Also appearing: John Dower, Jean Allister, Joan Bramhall, John Boulter, Edgar Fleet, John Lawrenson, John Frost, Peter Sugden with the London Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Hugh Maguire)
Conducted by Charles Mackerras

Contributors

Baritone: Tito Gobbi
Guest: Michael Denison
Singer: John Dower
Singer: Jean Allister
Singer: Joan Bramhall
Singer: John Boulter
Singer: Edgar Fleet
Singer: John Lawrenson
Singer: John Frost
Singer: Peter Sugden
Musicians: The London Symphony Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Hugh Maguire
[Orchestra] conducted by: Charles Mackerras
Designer: Stephen Taylor
Producer: Patricia Foy

: News

: Press Conference

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

Contributors

Presented by: Hugh Burnett

: News Summary

followed by Weather and Close Down








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