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)
For the Very Young
(BBC television film)
A topical diversion with Roma Fairley introducing people and events of the day.
Beryl Grey, Dilys Powell
Emigrants to Australia
Ailsa Garland who investigates a school for skin divers
and a story from John Laurie.
A Hungarian fairy-tale film.
Three brothers leave home and seek their fortunes. They each take a different road and meet with different adventures involving giants, witches, and gnomes. Although a wicked innkeeper tries to rob them, they eventually return home safely with some unusual treasures.
(Previously shown on April 6, 1958)
Photographed and directed by:
Can you remember what happened this year? Max and Elisabeth Robertson bring you a glimpse of the more exciting events and personalities of 1958.
On transmitters serving the areas:
6.10 News for Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the English Regions
News from Wales: 6.15-6.20
Mervyn Cowie, Director of the Royal National Parks of Kenya, talks about the hazards of existence for animals in Africa and the significance of waterboles in relation to their movements.
(The BBC film first shown on March 13, 1957)
Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - People
Cinema - Theatre - Argument
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith and this week, Cy Grant and Noel Harrison
The Stars of Sport join Peter Dimmock in Sportsview
A special edition looking ahead to a new year of sport.
Including filmed interviews with Billy Wright, Herb Elliott, Peter Radford, Christine Truman, Donald Campbell, Stirling Moss, John Surtees, John Charles who are some of the personalities giving their New Year Resolutions.
Bertram Montague's traditional pantomime in twelve scenes with an all-star cast.
See panel and page 5
'Dick Whittington and His Cat'
In twelve scenes with an all-star cast
The George Mitchell Singers Sailors and villagers
The Television Toppers
Produced by Bertram Montague and Richard Afton at 8.0
Sarah the Cook:
The Emperor of Morocco:
Coiffeur to Fitzwarren:
Orchestra conducted by:
Dance direction by:
Based on a script by:
1st Prize Television Documentary
The first full story of the 'mattanza', the yearly life-and-death struggle between the island fishermen and the shoals of huge tunny-fish on which their survival depends. A recording of an outside broadcast.
Produced for Radiotelevisione Italiana by Carlo Alberto Chiesa
Commentary spoken by Dino Galvani.
A romantic film comedy.
[Starring] Ginger Rogers and David Niven
Pretty Polly Parrish, a salesgirl in a big department store, is on her way home, exhausted after the rush of Christmas shoppers, when she finds an abandoned baby. And by the time the New Year bells ring out, some surprising new resolutions have been made.
See facing page
'Behold, I make all things new'
(Revelation 21, v. 5)
A Watch-Night Service from the newly consecrated Crypt Chapel of the new
The service conducted and a film sequence introduced by The Provost of Coventry,
The Very Rev. H. C. N. Williams and A New Year Message given by The Bishop of Coventry, The Rt. Rev. Cuthbert Bardsley.
Service conductor/film sequence introduced by:
The Very Rev. H. C. N.
The Rev. Cuthbert
Robert Wilson invites you to A New Year Party at The White Heather Club
Among the guests will be:
Jimmy Logan, Alistair McHarg, Anne and Laura Brand, The Joe Gordon Folk Four,
The Andrew Macpherson Singers, The Gie Gordons, Jimmy Shand and his Band
From the BBC's television studios in Scotland
(Robert Wilson is appearing at the Tivoli, Aberdeen; Jimmy Logan is in 'Sinbad the Sailor' at the Alexandra Theatre, Glasgow; Alistair McHarg in 'Mother Goose' at the King's Theatre, Edinburgh)
Anne and Laura
The Joe Gordon Folk
The Andrew Macpherson
Jimmy Shand and his
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