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: O Sul I Sul

Newyddion am Gymru a Chymry.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield and Crystal Palace)

: Teledu I Blant

Cyngerdd y Plant
Rae Jenkins yn arwain rhaglen o fiwsig gan
Gerddorfa Gymrcig y BBC
(Blaenwr, Philip Whiteway ) ynghyd a chantorion ac offerynwyr ifainc
Y telediad ngofal Selwyn Roderick Y cyflwyno gan Ifan O. Williams
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield and Crystal Palace)

(to 13.40)

Contributors

Unknown: Rae Jenkins
Unknown: Gerddorfa Gymrcig
Unknown: Philip Whiteway
Unknown: Selwyn Roderick

: The Weather Situation for farmers and growers followed by: Farming: Oxford Farming Conference

A weekly agricultural magazine for those who live by the land.
Introduced by Alastair Dunnett.

This week farmers from many parts of Britain have been meeting in Oxford to compare notes on their systems of farming: two of the principal speakers were E. M. Owens of Stepstones, Langford, Bristol, and Philip Hough of Langford Downs Farm. Lechlade, Gloucestershire. In this programme they introduce films about their farms and answer questions put to them by Michael Sofer.
Film sequences by the BBC Agricultural and West Region Film Units
From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

Presenter: Alastair Dunnett
Guest: E. M. Owens
Guest: Philip Hough
Interviewer: Michael Sofer.
Film editor: Iris Lewis
Producer: Hilary Phillips

: News Review

Seven Days in Thirty Minutes
Recalling this week's outstanding events on film with personalities, reports, and expert analysis from studios at home and abroad.
Introduced by Kenneth Kendall.

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Kendall

: I Married Joan: Wall Safe

[Starring] Joan Davis in the film series I Married Joan
Joan discovers a secret safe in the wall. With the help of a retired burglar, Brad gets her digging for buried treasure. She sees to it that 'oils well that ends well'.

Contributors

Joan Stevens: Joan Davis

: Beaver Dam

The award winning documentary film about two small boys, an industrious beaver, and the building of a dam.

: Concert Hour

Patrick Piggott (piano)
BBC Welsh Orchestra
(Leader, Philip Whiteway)
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
Introduced by Daniel Jones.
From the BBC's Welsh television studio

Contributors

Pianist: Patrick Piggott
Musicians: BBC Welsh Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Philip Whiteway
[Orchestra] conductor: Rae Jenkins
Presenter: Daniel Jones
Presented for television by: Selwyn Roderick

: The Brains Trust

meets this afternoon to answer your questions.
The members this week are: Noel Annan, James Fisher, Ruth Pitter, Lord David Cecil C.H.
Question-Master, Norman Fisher
Questions should be addressed to 'The Brains Trust', [address removed]
A sound recording can be heard in the Home Service on Tuesday at 4.0

Contributors

Panellist: Noel Annan
Panellist: James Fisher
Panellist: Ruth Pitter
Panellist: Lord David Cecil
Question-Master: Norman Fisher
Producer: John Furness

: Children's Television presents: All Your Own

A programme in which children from all over Great Britain have been invited to take part.
Introduced by Huw Wheldon with John Madin at the organ.
From the BBC's West of England studio

Contributors

Presenter: Huw Wheldon
Organist: John Madin
Editor: Joanne Symons
Producer: Tony Arnold

: Children's Television: The Cabin in the Clearing: 2: Besieged


A play for television in five parts by Felix Felton and Susan Ashman.
Adapted from the novel by E. S. Ellis.

Contributors

Author: E. S. Ellis
Adapted by: Felix Felton
Adapted by: Susan Ashman
Fight arranger: Peter Diamond
Designer: Richard Henry
Director: Patrick Dowling
Producer: Rex Tucker
Silas Sutherland: Thomas Heathcote
Polly, his wife: Brenda Dunrich
Alice, his daughter: Ann Hanslip
Scipio: Joseph Layode
Brayton Ripley: Derek Aylward
Mul-Keep-Mo: Ewen Solon
Haw-Hu-Da: John Woodnutt
Other parts played by: Ray Marioni
Other parts played by: Leslie Goby
Other parts played by: Sidney Calvin
Other parts played by: Norman Morris
Other parts played by: Peter Diamond
Other parts played by: Edward Vaughan-Scott
Other parts played by: Jeremy Young
Other parts played by: James Fitzgerald
Other parts played by: Nicholas Shiafkalis
Other parts played by: James Alexander

: Children's Television: Sunday Special: More than the Eye

Philip Race talks about how we look at things, including the Church.
(to 18.15)

Contributors

Presenter: Philip Race

: Meeting Point

Three men from varied backgrounds question a leading personality about some specific Christian venture on which he is engaged.
Across the Table from -
A Business Man: Geoffrey Smith
An actor: Patrick Wymark
and A Queen's Counsel is:
The Rev. Leslie Weatherhead who answers their questions about his work in spiritual healing.

Contributors

Interviewee: Geoffrey Smith
Interviewee: Patrick Wymark
Interviewee: The Rev. Leslie Weatherhead
Arranged by: Eric Blennerhassett
Producer: Barrie Edgar

: News Summary

: The George Burns Show

This week George Burns shares the honours with guest star Jack Benny.
A misunderstanding - and both George and Jack think the other is due for retirement!

Contributors

Himself: George Burns
Guest star: Jack Benny

: What's My Line?

Television's most popular panel game.
With Isobel Barnett, Pippa Stanley, Gilbert Harding, Cyril Fletcher.
In the chair, Eamonn Andrews

Contributors

Panellist: Isobel Barnett
Panellist: Pippa Stanley
Panellist: Gilbert Harding
Panellist: Cyril Fletcher
Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Producer: John Warrington
Presented by: Kenneth Milne-Buckley

: Sunday-Night Theatre presents: A Sleeping Clergyman

by James Bridie.
[Starring] Adrienne Corri, Robert Urquhart, Russell Waters
The action takes place in Glasgow and London between the years 1867 and 1935.

Contributors

Writer: James Bridie
Producer: Michael Barry
Producer: Anthony Pelissier
Designer: Barry Learoyd
A sleeping Clergyman: John H. Moore
Dr Cooper: Kenneth Edwards
Dr Coutts: Alexander Archdale
Wilkinson: Robert Young
Charles Cameron: Robert Urquhart
Mrs Hannah: Anne Blake
Dr Marshall: Russell Waters
Harriet: Adrienne Corri
Wilhelmina: Adrienne Corri
Hope: Adrienne Corri
John Hannah: Kenneth MacKintosh
Police Sergeant: John Rae
Police Constable: Donald Tandy
Donovan: Ewen MacDuff
Sir Douglas Todd Walker: William Mervyn
Lady Todd Walker: Madeleine Christie
Prostitute: Fanny Carby
Dr Purley: Charles Houston
Lady Katharine Helliwell: Monica Grey
Medical Student: Desmond Jordan

: News Summary

: Music and Sir Malcolm

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Sir Malcolm Sargent recalls the early days of his life in music and conducts The Philharmonia Orchestra
(Leader, Hugh Bean) with Richard Lewis (tenor), Phyllis Sellick and Cyril Smith (two pianos)
Before an invited audience
Another programme in the series: February 1
Sir Malcolm writes on page 7

Contributors

Presenter/conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent
Musicians: The Philharmonia Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Hugh Bean
Tenor: Richard Lewis
Pianist: Phyllis Sellick
Pianist: Cyril Smith
Designer: George Djurkovic
Producer: Christian Simpson
Producer: Walter Todds

: Weather; The Epilogue: Hands Together

A talk by the Rev. Eric Mercer.
Close Down

Contributors

Presenter (The Epilogue): The Rev. Eric Mercer








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