(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
For the Very Young
(to 14.15 app.)
Hoppy is an adventurous little rabbit. This film tells the story of how one day he adventured just too far and nearly became a captive, for life.
(Previously shown on Nov. 28, 1958)
Adventures of the famous Western Stagecoach Service starring Dale Robertson as Jim Hardie the Wells Fargo special investigator.
Tom Casement has inherited a ranch from Ed York. It is reported that Tom is the son of a criminal and the local ranch owners do not want him as a neighbour; they try to buy him out, but with the help of Jim Hardie, Tom is determined to keep his land.
With Charles Chauvel and Elsa Chauvel.
Charles Chauvel and Elsa Chauvel continue their journey across Central Australia by rail, travelling on the Ghan Train which runs from Port Augusta to Alice Springs. The railway follows the route once taken by the Afghan camel caravans, which used to bring supplies to Central Australia-hence the name 'The Ghan Train'.
(Previously shown last year)
On transmitters serving the areas:
6.10 News for Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the English Regions
News from Wales. 6.15-6.20
The film series starring Peter Lawford as 'Nick', Phyllis Kirk as 'Nora' with 'Asta' the dog.
Nick backs a Broadway show and finds himself involved in a backstage murder.
Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - People
Cinema - Theatre - Argument
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith and this week, Cy Grant
and Cricket: close of play scores
A Western series starring Ty Hardin as Bronco Layne the roving cowboy adventurer.
Young Lloyd Stover steals a Medal of Honour to win respect and friendship. But with Bronco's help, he learns that this is not the path to true glory.
Written by John Whitney and Geoffrey Bellman.
The accused appears, the charge is read, the plea is made; and you, the viewer, sit in judgment on the Bench, presiding over a Court of Justice.
Tonight the Court is that of Quarter Sessions.
A television play in four parts by Duncan Ross
Starring Andrew Osborn, Lana Morris
with Daphne Anderson, Richard Pearson, Patrick Troughton, Robert Urquhart
The action takes place in a small fishing village on the south-west coast. Time, the present.
Part Two of "The Naked Lady"
In the quiet seaside hotel at Torpoint, on the South Coast, the body of a young woman, Miss Le Roy, has been found hanged. At first, it looks like suicide, but closer investigation reveals that it is a case of murder. Detective Inspector Bill Burroughs is called in, and a clue leads him to a small, London night-club 'The Spiny Lobster', where he meets Sylvia Craig, with whom the murdered girl shared a room. In order to help in his investigations Burroughs suggests that Sylvia should accompany him down to Torpoint...
[Photo caption] Left, Harold Scott as Professor Dodds who claims that he is a bird-watcher, but who seems to be more interested in the Army's tanks
Chief Constable Gower:
Detective-Inspector Bill Burroughs:
With Kenneth McKellar
His guest: David Ward and the BBC Scottish Variety Orchestra
(Leader, Jack Nugent)
Conductor, Jack Leon
From the BBC's television studio in Scotland
(David Ward appears by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera Company)
The BBC Scottish Variety
(See panel and page 7)
From the White City Stadium, London
'Horse and Hound' Cup
Two visits to the White City Stadium, London, tonight, to see the concluding stages of this, the first International Championship of the week
at 9.50 and 10.15
Narration spoken by John Glen.
This simple yet charming film was shot on the beaches of Rimini, Italy, by a Hungarian painter, an unwilling exile from his own country. In the elaborate sand castles built by the children he remembers the magnificent castles of his homeland and the heritage of their history. And in the violence of the children's game he sees the parallel with the recent tragic events in the country of his birth.
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