Newyddion y Dydd ynghyd A Trafod Holl ac ateb ar faterion y dydd
(Daily news, and discussion on current affairs)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
A weekly miscellany of people and events.
Introduced by David Jacobs.
John Braine, Isa Miranda
Wine in Season
A filmed visit to a cellar in the City and some expert advice.
The Dog with a Million Fleas
A story from Stuart Widdows, aged 13.
Storyteller (The Dog with a Million Fleas):
The adventures of a Boxer Puppy.
Drawn by Tim and told by Sylvia Peters.
A magazine programme for railway enthusiasts with John Adams and Patrick Whitehouse.
Introduced by Bill Hartley.
This month's edition includes:
'Can You Guess?'
Two Glens to Fort William
Scottish Veterans at work.
Produced by Peggy Bacon from the BBC's Midland television studio
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Another hold-up threatens Bart's plans for the new railroad. Floods are shifting the trestles of a bridge. Georgia has a hunch, however, that the trouble lies deeper than the trestles.
Major Bart McClelland:
News from Wales: 6.15-6.20
(On transmitter serving the areas)
Introduced by Peter Scott.
Falconry is an ancient art still practised in many countries. The Saker Falcon, used by Arabs for hunting gazelle and bustard, still breeds in Hungary. The capture of a wild Saker Falcon, its training and ultimate flying after quarry are illustrated by film made in Hungary by Homoki-Nagy. Peter Scott introduces the film and discusses the art of training a falcon with James Robertson-Justice.
(A recording of the original broadcast on February 27, 1957)
Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Alan Whicker, Derek Hart, Fyfe Robertson and Cy Grant.
In which the famous writer and painter discusses and enlightens you on the mysteries of the Art World.
Charles O'Casey Drake:
Peter Dimmock introduces Sports Review of 1959
featuring The Sportsview Personality of the Year
A series of films in which distinguished war reporters return in peace to battlefields where once they told to a listening world the story of war.
Robert Reid reports.
The fourth of six programmes made by the BBC Film Unit
Produced and edited by:
Presenting Alyn Ainsworth and the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra in thirty minutes of music in an informal manner with songs by Sheila Buxton. Roberto Cardinali and Norman George with his violin.
Introduced by Roger Moffat.
From the BBC's North of England television studio
(Viewers whose sets are tuned to Rowridge will see "View," a magazine of the South and West, from 10.0-10.30)
Alyn Ainsworth and the BBC Northern Dance
A fortnightly programme with a Christian angle on people, problems and affairs of the day.
Dr. Erik Routley, Author of 'Hymns and Human Life' with the help of a group of singers, looks at what is good and bad in hymns and carols.
followed by Weather and Close Down