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
Pages turned by Patricia Driscoll.
Your Turn Now with Archie McCulloch
From the Royal Pier Pavilion, Southampton.
A programme of home-made entertainment.
Guest star, Ronnie Hilton
At the organ, Andrew Fenner
3.15 Keep Fit with Eileen Fowler
From the BBC's Midland television studios
Presenter (Your Turn Now):
Singer/guest star (Your Turn Now):
Organist (Your Turn Now):
Director (Your Turn Now):
Exerciser (Keep Fit):
Arranged by (Keep Fit):
Music arranged and played by (Keep Fit):
Presented by (Keep Fit):
A little cat goes for a ride on a fire-engine and has a surprise party.
A Morton Schindel cartoon based on the book by Esther Averill.
Based on the book by:
Vera McKechnie introduces Your Monday Magazine.
Emblems and Badges: All about Heraldry
with David Christie-Murray.
George Cansdale with some more friends
Build your own Pocket Transistor Radio: Part 1
with Gilbert Davey.
Lynn Dell and John Dell
The Ted Taylor Four
Current Film Releases
Item presenter (Emblems and Badges):
Item presenter (Build your own Pocket Transistor Radio):
The Ted Taylor
(On transmitters serving the areas):
News from Wales: 6.15-6.20
The film series starring Peter Lawford as 'Nick', Phyllis Kirk as 'Nora' with 'Asta' the dog.
Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - People
Cinema - Theatre - Argument
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith and this week, Cy Grant and Kenneth Toye
Eamonn Andrews says This Is Your Life to ?
('This Is Your Life' is devised by Ralph Edwards)
Script and research:
The 'This Is Your Life' theme written by:
The Orchestra under the direction of:
The programme directed by:
A thriller by N. J. Crisp.
[Starring] Andree Melly and Richard Pasco with Ballard Berkeley
The action takes place during the early hours of the morning, in the office of a provincial radio taxi service.
The Weekly Window on the World
Every Monday Panorama cameras focus on People-Places-Problems that make news.
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby with the Panorama team of commentators.
Edited and produced by:
Starring Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko.
The WACS of Fort Baxter feel neglected because their boy friends spend all their spare time at Bilko's poker session. So when the girls move out Bilko has to find a way to lure them back.
(To be repeated on Thursday at 6.20)
who brings you songs in a free and easy style.
Accompanied by Harry Hayward and his Music
From the BBC's North of England studio
Harry Hayward and his
with Sylvia Peters
for the Finals of the BBC Inter-Regional Dancing Contest
(Organised by Mecca Dancing)
Outside broadcast cameras in Scotland, the Midlands, and in London, bring you the final in this nation-wide amateur ballroom dancing knock-out contest for the BBC Television Award.
From the Palais, Edinburgh with Ray Gordon and his Band.
Compere, Bill Jack
From the Palais, Nottingham with Gene Mayo and his Orchestra.
Compere, Peter West
From the Locarno Ballroom, Streatham with Nat Allen and his Orchestra.
Compere, Alex Macintosh
Before a panel of judges nominated by members of the Official Board of Ballroom Dancing Ltd. including the Welsh Alliance
Master of the Scoreboard, John Langham
(See facing page)
The story behind any television Come Dancing programme has something of the fairy tale about it. As the formation dancers move out on to the floor for their intricate manoeuvres and the couples swing round in the glare of the arc-lights, their identities are lost in a sudden glamour which touches them for a moment and passes on. The contest has been with them as a background to their lives for many months They have practised and worried about dresses and hair-do's until anxiety at times almost replaced the excitement. And tonight comes the final between London, Scotland and the Midlands
Who are the young men and girls who go in for these contests? First of all, they are all amateurs. A few may finish up as professionals, but, for the main part, they enter the Come Dancing competitions because they enjoy the business of ballroom and formation dancing and are particularly skilful at it. They are clerks and housewives, shop girls and electricians, mechanics and factory workers.
Although the judges for this important annual contest do not award points for production, the producers concerned with each regional entry are an essential part of the team, for the better the camera-work, the more clearly will the judges be able to see the standard of performance.
Tonight's spectacle will be introduced by Sylvia Peters, and although it may not produce the kind of ballroom dancing our grandfathers and grandmothers went in for, it has at least some qualities in common-enthusiasm and enjoyment.
Ray Gordon and his
Gene Mayo and his
Nat Allen and his
Producer (South)/series produced by:
Master of the Scoreboard:
Series produced by:
The first of two talks by Father Aloysius Roche.
(See page 11)
Followed by Weather and Close Down
(Viewers whose sets are tuned to Rowridge will see View of the South-West from 11.0-11.25 followed by the News Summary and Epilogue)