(News in Welsh)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
Un o drefl gweithgar a bywiog Gorllewin Cymru yw Caerfyrddin. Bu J. C. GRIFFITH Jones yno gydag Uned Ftllmio Adran y Newyddion i holi rhai o'i brodorion ac i weld rhai o nodweddion y dref
Y rhaglen yng ngofal
T. GLYNNE DAVIES
(A visit to Carmarthen)
J. C. Griffith
For the Very Young
Outside Broadcast cameras are at Wimbledon and Ascot.
Lawn Tennis: The Davis Cup: European zone semi-final: Great Britain v. Italy
direct from Wimbledon
Racing direct from Ascot
3.0 The Granville Stakes over five furlongs
3.35 The Brown Jack Stakes (Handicap) over two miles six furlongs and thirty-four yards
4.45 The Balmoral Stakes (Handicap) over the Swinley Course of one mile and a half
Clive Graham identifies the horses and jockeys in the Parade Ring before each race.
Commentator (Lawn Tennis):
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A magazine programme for younger viewers.
Introduced by Leila Williams.
How Other Children Live: 4: A day in the life of a French boy
A film produced by the French Television Service
The Range Rider:
Tony Hart finds out how aerial photographs are used in map-making.
A news magazine for South-East England.
News from South and West
Summer in the vegetable garden and allotment with Percy Thrower.
The way to get quality in home-grown produce
Runner beans-broad beans-peas spinach-celery
Lettuce for succession
Dealing with blackfly and greenfly
Layering border carnations and propagating simple rock plants
Film sequences by the BBC Midland Film Unit
From the BBC's Midland television studio
Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart, Alan Whicker, Fyfe Robertson and including John Morgan, Polly Elwes and Cy Grant.
In bustling Hong Kong, with its mahjongg gamblers, the unusual becomes commonplace. Armand and Michaela Denis see a 'bird cafe', sample eggs over a hundred years old, and find that combat in China doesn't always involve an antagonist. And in this Oriental city, steeped in tradition, they take you behind the scenes of a Chinese film studio and show you part of a recent musical film.
BBC Outside Broadcast cameras go to the White City Stadium, London, to cover some of the events on the first day of this Olympic year championship meeting. Every potential member of Great Britain's Olympic Athletics team will be in action during this two-day event.
The man in the middle: Geoff Dyson
by Hugh Walpole.
Dramatised for television in seven parts by Constance Cox.
In which Francis fights a duel and is visited by a stranger from the past.
Fight directed by:
Margot van Der
Sir Pomfret Herries:
A film series starring Michael Rennie as Harry Lime.
Priceless treasures, looted from European art collections during the war, travelled to unexpected places. Harry Lime's latest assignment takes him to a small fishing village in Eire in a search which proves more dangerous than it appears at first.
(BBC film release)
Written by Earle Luby.
A missile's-eye view of earth and sun; the race to recover the spent nose cone of an inter-continental rocket from the Atlantic five thousand miles and a few minutes away from the Cape Canaveral launching pad; the workings of the missile tracking stations; these are some of the dramatic sequences in tonight's film, which begins with the story of the two thousand men who, on islands and in ships and aircraft, stand guard over the world's longest shooting gallery.
A CBS film in the 'Twentieth Century' series
Introduced by Walter Cronkite.
In the last programme of the present series three Members of Parliament from different parts of the country face questions from their constituents in a London studio.
The Rt. Hon. Nigel Birch, M.P., Member (Conservative) for Flint. West; The Rt. Hon. Alfred Robens, M.P., Member (Labour) for Blyth; Jeremy Thorpe. M.P., Member (Liberal) for Devon, North.
The Chairman is Robert Carvel
The Rt. Hon. Nigel
The Rt. Hon. Alfred
A magazine of news and pictures from all over the world.
Introduced by Richard Baker.