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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

Y To Sy'n Codi
Ifan O. Williams yn cyfiwyno perfformwyr ifainc a ennillodd wobrau yn yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol yng Nghaernarfon
Y telediad yng ngofal
Myrfyn Owen
(Children's Television)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield and Crystal Palace)

(to 13.40)

Contributors

Unknown: Myrfyn Owen

: The Weather Situation for farmers and growers; followed by Farming: Agricultural Co-operation in Denmark

Introduced by Edward Moult

In his second programme about Denmark, Edward Moult examines the structure of co-operation by visiting a farm, a dairy, and a bacon factory. He also interviews a number of people opposed to the idea of co-operation and traces the development of the movement to the present day.
(BBC film)

Contributors

Presenter: Edward Moult
Film Sequences: The BBC's Agricultural Film Unit
Film Cameraman: John Bird
Film Editor: Bill Brind
Sound Recordist: Peter Caselberg
Producer: Derek Smith

: News Review

Seven Days in Thirty Minutes
Recalling this week's outstanding events on film.
Introduced by Richard Baker.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Baker

: Yankee Clipper

A second showing of a specially edited sound version of Cecil B. DeMille's early silent film classic, starring William Boyd and Eleanor Fayre.
This film includes what are perhaps the most exciting sequences of a sailing ship battling against a typhoon that have ever been filmed. Its star was later to achieve even greater fame and wider popularity as Bill Boyd, who plays the beloved cowboy, Hopalong Cassidy.

Contributors

Producer: Cecil B. DeMille
Captain Hal Winslow: William Boyd
Lady Jocelyn Huntington: Eleanor Fayre

: The Brains Trust: Fourth Birthday Programme

Comes today from Plas Brondanw, the home of Mr. Clough Williams-Ellis and Mrs. Clough Williams-Ellis, in Penrhyndeudraeth, Merioneth.
The members are: Clough Williams-Ellis, The Marquess of Anglesey, Professor P.M.S. Blackett, F.R.S., Lady Megan Lloyd George, M.P.
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 p.m.)
(See page 5)

Contributors

Panellist: Clough Williams-Ellis
Panellist: Professor P.M.S. Blackett
Panellist: Lady Megan Lloyd George
Question-Master: Norman Fisher
Producer: John Furness

: Motor Racing: Italian Grand Prix

From Monza
Raymond Baxter gives a commentary from Italy's famous circuit on the last Grand Prix in Europe this year.
Presented by the Italian Television Service
(See page 4)

Contributors

Commentator: Raymond Baxter

: Adventure with Hans and Lotte Hass: 7: Sharks

A series of seven programmes.
(First shown on June 19)

Contributors

Diver/Film Cameraman/The series directed by: Hans Hass
Diver: Lotte Hass
Film Editor: Paul Khan
Producer: Nicholas Crocker

: The Moonstone: Episode 4

by Wilkie Collins.
Dramatised in seven episodes by A.R. Rawlinson.
with James Hayter, Rachel Gurney, Patrick Cargill, James Sharkey, Mary Webster, Annabelle Lee.

(Rachel Gurney is appearing in 'The Grass is Greener' at the St. Martin's Theatre; Anthony Sagar in 'The Ring of Truth' at the Savoy Theatre, London)

Contributors

Author: Wilkie Collins
Dramatist: A.R. Rawlinson
Producer: Shaun Sutton
Film Cameraman: Leonard Newson
Film Editor: Ron de Mattos
Designer: Eileen Diss
Gabriel Betteredge: James Hayter
Penelope Betteredge: Annabelle Lee
Sergeant Cuff: Patrick Cargill
Mr. Begbie: Nigel Arkwright
Franklin Blake: James Sharkey
James, the footman: Anthony Sagar
Gooseberry: Terry Raven
Clerk: Douglas Dempster
Septimus Luker: Aubrey Morris
Bank teller: Michael Turner
Lady Verinder: Rachel Gurney
Rachel Verinder: Mary Webster
Mrs. Yolland: Edna Petrie
Tom Yolland: Colin Douglas
Limping Lucy: Jacqueline Forster
[Actor]: Colin Morton
[Actor]: James Clifton
[Actor]: Don Matthews
[Actor]: Michael J. Harrison
[Actor]: Gilbert McIntyre
[Actress]: Penelope Williams
[Actress]: Maroussia Frank

: Sunday Special: Open Secret

The Rev. Peter McCall shows some of the secret signs used by early Christians, and goes on to ask how far today we can properly think of the Church as a secret society.
From the BBC's West of England television studio
(to 18.25)

Contributors

Presenter: The Rev. Peter McCall
Presented by: Kenneth Savidge

: Meeting Point: The Problem is...: Doing it the hard way

Hugh David sets out a human problem by showing scenes from the films:
'Don't Take It To Heart'; 'The Way Ahead'; 'Brief Encounter'; 'Genevieve'; 'He Who Must Die'.
(Films by arrangement with The Rank Organisation and Miracle Films Ltd.)

Contributors

Presenter: Hugh David
Producer: John Elphinstone-Fyffe

: The Alan King Show

[Starring] Alan King
with Mario Calpe, Naomi Chance, Michael Ward, Harry Lane, Eddie Connor, The Dancers, The George Mitchell Singers

(See page 4)

Contributors

Entertainer: Alan King
Singer: Mario Calpe
Performer: Naomi Chance
Performer: Michael Ward
Performer: Harry Lane
Comedian: Eddie Connor
Choreographer: Irving Davies
Singers: The George Mitchell Singers
Conductor: Eric Robinson
Designer: Norman James
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: What's My Line?

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

("What's My Line?" was devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman and is televised by arrangement with CBS and Maurice Winnick)

Contributors

Panellist: Isobel Barnett
Panellist: Gilbert Harding
Panellist: Louise Collins
Panellist: Cyril Fletcher
Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Devised by: Mark Goodson
Devised by: Bill Todman
Producer: Ronald Marsh

: Sunday-Night Theatre: A Spoke in the Wheel

A modern comedy by Michael Voysey.
[Starring] William Franklyn
with Ann Castle, Douglas Wilmer

The action of the play takes place in London. Time: Present day.

(See page 5)

Millie Fairways is the beautiful young figurehead of the Fairways financial empire which her father created and which her directors are busily increasing. Bur she can see that no one wants her or loves her for her own sake. Small wonder if she is rather taken with the outspoken candour of the rough-spoken young chauffeur they have given her.

[Photo caption] Right, Ann Castle as Millie and William Franklyn as the chauffeur

Contributors

Writer: Michael Voysey
Producer/Designer: Hal Burton
Millie Fairways: Ann Castle
Joe Parker: William Franklyn
Charles Foster: Douglas Wilmer
Waiter: Terence Brook
Susan: Prunella Scales
Mrs. Toogood: Eileen Draycott
Dinky Crowther: Tucker McGuire

: Monitor

See top of page and page 7

A fortnightly magazine of the arts
The opening edition of a new series is introduced by Peter Newington.

Tonight's edition includes:
T.H. White in Alderney
The author of "The Sword in the Stone" interviewed on film by Robert Robinson at his home in the Channel Islands

Contributors

Presenter/Producer: Peter Newington
Interviewee: T.H. White
Interviewer: Robert Robinson
Film Editor: Allan Tyrer
Associate Producer: Nancy Thomas

: The Epilogue: Where Prayer Has Been Valid

This was the description given by T.S. Eliot to Little Gidding, a small peaceful hamlet in Huntingdonshire, where in the seventeenth century Nicholas Ferrar started a small religious community devoted to work and worship. Nothing remains of the house and farm, but the tiny church has become a place of pilgrimage. This film tries to capture something of Little Gidding's atmosphere and spirit.

Commentary written by C. Day Lewis and spoken by Jill Balcon

Contributors

Commentary Writer: C. Day Lewis
Narrator: Jill Balcon
Cameraman: Ken Westbury








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