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(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)

: Grandstand

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(All transmitters)

: Children's Television: The Lone Ranger: Star Witness

A boy, Johnny Williams, plays truant from school and is horrified to be the hidden witness of a murder. But nobody will believe his story - nobody except the Lone Ranger and Tonto, who risk their lives to trap the murderers.


Lone Ranger: Clayton Moore
Tonto: Jay Silverheels

: Children's Television: The Honey Siege: Part 5

by Gil Buhet.
Adapted for television in six episodes by Antonia Ridge and Adrian Thomas.


Author: Gil Buhet
Adapted by: Antonia Ridge
Adapted by: Adrian Thomas
Producer: Kevin Sheldon
Designer: Marilyn Roberts
Film cameraman: John Turner
Film editor: Eddie Wallstab
Fight director: Terry Baker
Music arranged and conducted by: Lawrence Leonard
Pierrot: Sam Jephcott
Tatave: Martin Cox
Victor: Dudley Singleton
Cisco: Nicky Edmett
Riquet: Anthony Richmond
Georget: Leonard Monaghan
Maria: Jill Booty
M. Grillon: Peter Claughton
Febo: Fred Fairclough
Mme Grosbelhomme: Doreen Lamb
Mme Daranluz: Jane Jordan Rogers
Mme Muche: Joanne Dainton
Mme Martelot: Jane Whiting
Mme Guartorella: Nicolette Bernard
M. Muche (the Mayor): Michael Logan
Garde-Champetre: Wilfrid Grantham
Durand: Leo Ciceri
M. Guartorella: Terry Baker
Cure: Robert Atkins

: Today's Sport

Introduced by Kenneth Wolstenholme.
The latest news of today's sporting events including: Football, Racing and Rugby results.
Presented by the Sportsview Unit


Presenter: Kenneth Wolstenholme

: Dig This!

The Six-Five Show starring Bob Miller and the Millermen, Barry Barnett, Barbara Young, The Polka Dots, Susan Jons and your host Gary Marshal.


Musicians: Bob Miller and the Millermen
Singer: Barry Barnett
Singer: Barbara Young
Singers: The Polka Dots
Singer: Susan Jons
Presenter: Gary Marshal
Band numbers staged by: Eleanor Fazan
Production: Francis Essex

: Wells Fargo: Cowtown

[Starring] Dale Robertson
A Texas trail driver sends the money to pay off his hired hands via Wells Fargo, and then the money mysteriously disappears. It is up to Hardie to recover it.


Jim Hardie: Dale Robertson

: Dixon of Dock Green: The Woman from Kimberley

Stories of a London policeman by Ted Willis.
[Starring] Jack Warner as Dixon of Dock Green


Writer: Ted Willis
Production: Douglas Moodie
P.C. George Dixon: Jack Warner
Sergeant Flint: Arthur Rigby
P.C. Bob Penney: Anthony Parker
Sgt. Grace Millard: Moira Mannion
Drake: Anthony Verney
Susan Wood: Jennifer Wilson
Howard Garland: Michael Crawford
P.C. Lauderdale: Geoffrey Adams
Maria Davis: Joan Newell
Andy Crawford, C.I.D.: Peter Byrne
First ambulance man: John Wilding
Second ambulance man: Max Miradin
Mrs Mills: Betty England
Mary: Jeannette Hutchinson
Tom Mills: John Dearth
P.C. Hughes: Graham Ashley
Nurse: Patricia Butt

: The Black and White Minstrel Show

with Master of Ceremonies, Kenneth Connor
The Mitchell Minstrels
Conducted by George Mitchell
Benny Lee, Rosemary Squires, Glen Mason, Jo Bundy
Guest Artist, Peter Cavanagh
Norrie Paramor and the Banjo Band, The Television Toppers
The Minstrel Orchestra
Conducted by Eric Robinson
(Leader, David McCallum)


Master of Ceremonies: Kenneth Connor
Singers: The Mitchell Minstrels
[Minstrels] conducted by/vocal arrangements: George Mitchell
Singer: Benny Lee
Singer: Rosemary Squires
Singer: Glen Mason
Singer: Jo Bundy
Guest Artist: Peter Cavanagh
Musicians: Norrie Paramor and the Banjo Band
Dancers: The Television Toppers
Dance direction and minstrel routine by: Larry Gordon
Musicians: The Minstrel Orchestra
[Orchestra] conducted by: Eric Robinson
[Orchestra] leader: David McCallum
Settings: Malcolm Goulding
Devised and produced by: George Inns

: News Summary

: Saturday Playhouse presents: Murder on the Agenda

A play for television by Eynon Evans.
[Starring] Emrys Jones
With David Davies as Detective-Inspector Enoch Probert.
The action of the play takes place in a small residential district outside the town of Newby, in South Wales.
From the BBC's Welsh television studio


Writer: Eynon Evans
Producer: Dafydd Gruffydd
Designer: Alan Taylor
Police Sergeant Bowen: Edward Evans
Dr Madoc Price: Philip Ray
Mary, his daughter-in-law: Christine Pollon
Gwyn Davies, a businessman: David Lyn
Richard Dukes, an author: Emrys Jones
John Harris, a civil servant: Richard Bebb
Bernard Howells, a schoolmaster: Douglas Blackwell
Albert Thomas, a builder: Glyn Houston
Ann, Gwyn Davies's wife: Eve Lynn
Annie Morris, a housekeeper: Madoline Thomas
A Villager: W.H. Williams
P.C. Thomas: Micheal Forrest
Detective-Sergeant Willis: Reginald Jessup
Detective-Inspector Enoch Probert: David Davies
A Police photographer: Michael Forrest
A finger-print expert: Dillwyn Owen

: Small World

An Inter-continental conversation.
In London:
Earl Attlee, Fortieth Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
In Independence, Missouri:
Harry S. Truman, Thirty-third President of the United States
The Host in New York: Edward R. Murrow
In this specially filmed programme the two post-war leaders reminisce and discuss the difference between British and United States governmental systems.


Panellist (In London): Earl Attlee
Panellist (In Independence, Missouri): Harry S. Truman
Presenter/Produced for CBS Television Network by: Edward R. Murrow
Produced for CBS Television Network by: Fred W. Friendly

: Sports Special

Sportsview film cameras bring you today's sport tonight.
Introduced by Kenneth Wolstenholme.
Among the films it is hoped to include:

F.A. Cup: Fifth Round
Bolton Wanderers v. Preston North End; Tottenham Hotspur v. Norwich City

Rugby Union: Ireland v. England


Presenter: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Editor: Paul Fox
Editor: Ronnie Noble
Presented by: A. P. Wilkinson

: News Summary

: Armand and Michaela Denis: On Safari

Armand and Michaela continue their African journey.


Presenter: Armand Denis
Presenter: Michaela Denis

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