Newyddion y Dydd ynghyd a trafod
Holi ac ateb ar faterion y dydd
(News of the day. and discussion on current affairs)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
Men once thought that the planets moved in circles round the earth, but when they studied the paths of the planets in the sky they realised that this idea was wrong. The programme shows the simple pattern of these orbits and surveys the planets themselves with the question, 'Can they support life as we know it?'.
Introduced by Donald Holms.
For the Very Young
A weekly miscellany of people and events.
Introduced by David Jacobs.
Eddie Constantine with an extract from his latest film.
The Life of Queen Mary
James Pope-Hennessy talks about his new biography.
A Place for Pilgrims
A filmed visit to Aylesford Priory.
And a story from Nancy Spain.
Item presenter (S.O.S Pacific):
Item presenter (The Life of Queen Mary):
by Peter Firmin and Oliver Postgate.
A cartoon film of the adventures of the Prince of the Nogs in the land of the midnight sun.
A monthly look at the countryside.
Introduced by Bruce Campbell.
Water Voles with Richard Philips
The story of a kestrel told by H. G. Hurrell.
Club Room with Leslie Jackman
Poppers, Stickers, and Blowers
David McClintock shows some of the many ways in which seeds are scattered.
From the BBC's West of England studio
Item presenter (Water Voles):
Item presenter (Club Room):
Item presenter (Poppers, Stickers and Blowers):
Three miles of track per day, through dust, disease, and savage Indians. Not surprisingly, morale is low and Bart is faced with a reckless drive over rickety bridges and crumbling track to save a man's life.
Major Bart McClelland:
On transmitters serving the areas:
6.10 News for Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the English Regions
News from Wales: 6.15-6.20
Peter West introduces Good Companions
The programme of pets for people with pets.
The training of your dog.
Pocket Money Pets
Keeping smaller animals.
Family Tree: Boston Terrier
Working Animals: The Horse
A fortnightly series edited by Stanley Dangerfield
From Bristol: October 28
Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart and the travelling reporters including Allan Whicker, Fyfe Robertson.
Charlie Chester Stars in 'Pot Luck'
assisted by Eric (Jeeves) Grier, Pat and Jean, Les Poupees Fantastiques, Frank Davison, The Tallgirls, Woolf Phillips and his Orchestra.
The Pot Luck Sequences
Woolf Phillips and his
A film comedy directed by John Rich.
[Starring] Natalie Wood, James Garner and Charlie Ruggles
Pretty Patsy Douglas discovers that the age of chivalry is not dead, even on a crowded subway train-if you have a baby in your arms. But the offer of a seat under such conditions can lead to misunderstandings all along the line...
Peter Dimmock introduces Sportsview
Action... News... Personalities... in a weekly sports magazine for the family.
Tonight's action film includes:
The Cesarewitch Stakes
This afternoon's big race at Newmarket.
Golf with Dai Rees
The second in a new series by Britain's Ryder Cup Captain.
Tonight's personalities include:
Davey Moore, Featherweight Champion of the World
Item presenter (Golf):
Introduced by Eric Robinson.
With Joan Hammond, John Sebastian, Michael Roll, Lucette Aldous, Kenneth Bannerman.
Members of the Ballet Rambert in dances from 'Coppella'
The London Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader. Henry Datyner)
Assistant conductor, Marcus Dods
Members of the Ballet
The London Philharmonic
The second of two films by Claude Arthaud and Francois Hebert-Stevens.
Three years ago two young French archaeologists sailed westward along the most famous of Chinese rivers, the Yangtse Kiang, filming en route the dangerous Yangtse gorges. Their final destination was Peking, where the Forbidden City of the Emperors is now a People's Museum, but where, in the busy streets behind the market, the old uninhibited traditions of Chinese life are still carried on.
(A second showing)
...All good pals and jolly good company on a factory coach outing
(Previously shown on August 3)
Produced and edited by:
Evening prayers conducted by The Rev. E. J. Parkinson.
Weather and Close Down
The Rev. E. J.