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: Morning Service

Eurovision links Britain and Germany for Morning Service
In Britain at Ecclesall Parish Church, Sheffield
Service conducted by The Rev. Richard Hanson.
In Germany at the Kreuzkirche, Wolfsburg
Service conducted by Pastor Martin Voigt.
The sermon for British viewers preached by Dr. Hans Lilje, Bishop of Hanover.
Service introduced from Germany by Douglas Stewart.
Television presentation in co-operation with the German Television Service by Peter Hamilton
(to 11.00)

Contributors

Service conductor (England): The Rev. Richard Hanson
Service conductor (Germany): Pastor Martin Voigt
Preacher: Dr. Hans Lilje
Presenter (from Germany): Douglas Stewart
Direction in Sheffield: Bob Duncan
Direction in Wolfsburg: Ernst von Markwardt
Television presentation (in co-operation with the German Television Service): Peter Hamilton

: Seeing and Believing: Faith's Foundation

A Christian Theme expounded by Canon Matthew McNamey assisted by John Breslin and a section of the St. Gabriel Singers.

Contributors

Presenter: Canon Matthew McNamey
Assisted by: John Breslin
Singers: A section of the St. Gabriel Singers
Producer: R. T. Brooks

: Farming

and Weather for Farmers
The magazine for those who live by the land.
Introduced by John Cherrington.

American Farm Visit
Eric Lamming visits a typical Midwest farm at Mahomet, Illinois, to see the livestock and crops being grown and to meet an American farming family.

Midland Farm Visit
Anthony Parkin and Dr. Fekete visit Dan Slater, Town Farm, Hanley Childe, Worcestershire, who specialises in high quality fruit and bacon.

Filmed by the BBC's Agricultural Film Unit
From the Midlands

Contributors

Presenter: John Cherrington
Item presenter (American Farm Visit): Eric Lamming
Item presenter (Midland Farm Visit): Anthony Parkin
Item presenter (Midland Farm Visit): Dr. Fekete
Interviewee (Midland Farm Visit): Dan Slater
Film editor: Henry Fowler
Producer: George Sigsworth

: Ymryson Areithio

i Golegau Cymru Y ddadil derfynol
Testun:
Rym ni damaid gwell o ddadlau COlegau:
Coleg Coffa'r Annibynwyr, Abertawe (Eirian Rees. John Gwilym Jones) Coleg Diwinyddol. Aberystwyth
(Benjamin Rees, Cymwil Williams) Siaradwr unigol:
Peter Hughes Griffiths
Coleg y Brifysgol, Aberystwyth Cadeirydd: Aled Rhys Wiliam Beirniaid: Hywel Davies, Stephen J. Williams
Debating contest for Welsh Colleges.

Philip J. Davies
Cyflwynir Brysgyll 'Y Cymro' i'r tint buddugot a'r cwpan i'r siaradwr unigol gorau gan Mrs. Rachel Jones,
Cadeirydd Cyngor Darlledu Cymru Y telediad dan ofal Ifan O. Williams
Trefmydd y rhaglen, Sam Jones
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

: The Adventures of Hiram Holliday: Gibraltar Toad

A film comedy series starring Wally Cox.

2.0-2.10 Songs for the Traveller
2.10-2.25 Flashback; Sports Extra
(Rowridge)

Contributors

Hiram Holliday: Wally Cox

: Film Matinee presents: Flying Leathernecks

[Starring] John Wayne, Robert Ryan

The thrilling wartime exploits of the men and their machines who formed an air squadron which was stationed in the jungle bordering Guadalcanal in the crucial days of 1942.

Contributors

Director: Nicholas Ray
Maj. Daniel Xavier Kirby: John Wayne
Capt. Carl 'Griff' Griffin: Robert Ryan

: Ticket to Turkey: 4: Istanbul

Johnny Morris describes his train journey across Europe in five episodes.

Contributors

Narrator: Johnny Morris
Directed and produced by: Ronald Webster

: Sometimes on Sundays

Recent items from 'Wednesday Magazine'.
Introduced by David Jacobs.

Contributors

Presenter: David Jacobs
Director: Richard Francis
Producer: Lorna Pegram

: Lenny's Den

with Lenny the Lion, Terry Hall, Pauline Knight, Ronnie Raymond.

Contributors

Ventriloquist: Terry Hall
Performer: Pauline Knight
Performer: Ronnie Raymond

: The Treasure Seekers: 2: Good Hunting

Being the adventures of the Bastable children in search of a fortune by E. Nesbit.
Adapted and produced in six episodes by Dorothea Brooking.

Contributors

Author: E. Nesbit
Adapter/producer: Dorothea Brooking
Designer: Susan Spence
Oswald Bastable: Anthony Klouda
Dora Bastable: Hilary Wyce
Dicky Bastable: Jonathan Collins
Noel Bastable: Richard Williams
Alice Bastable: Sarah O'Connor
H. O. Bastable: Mark Mileham
Eliza: Patricia Fryer
Mrs Leslie, a poet: Noel Streatfeild
Mr Bastable: Philip Latham
Doorkeeper: Nigel Sharpe
Office Boy: Ian Keill
The editor: Leonard Sachs

: Adventure with Hans and Lotte Hass: Death of an Octopus

Hans, Lotte, and the crew of the Xarifa watch the day-by-day story of a devoted octopus to its dramatic and unexpected climax.
Directed and produced by Hans Hass in association with the BBC Natural History Unit

Contributors

Diver/Photography/Director/Producer: Hans Hass
Diver: Lotte Hass
Photography: Kurt Hirschel
Editor: Paul Khan
Sound: Stanley Schofield

: Sunday Special: The Secret Follower

The Rev. Peter McCall looks at the story of the man from Arimathea.
From the West

Contributors

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

: Nesau at Dduw

Trysor Cudd
Mytf yirdod a Mawl dan arweinJad yr Athro J. Mansel John
Cenir yr emynau gan
Cantorion Cymreig y BBC Arweinydd, Arwel Hughes
A meditation in Welsh.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)
(to 18.45)

: Meeting Point: The Dog Collar

Donald Holms introduces a series of incidents filmed on location which show the Dog Collar in its twin role of badge and obstacle.
The Rev. A. C. Bridge is in the studio to comment.
Appearing in the location scenes: Tony Church, Peter Jeffrey, Morris Perry, Sheila Raynor, The Rev. Michael Mayne, The Rev. Keith Pound.

Contributors

Presenter: Donald Holms
Guest: The Rev. A. C. Bridge
Camera: Cyril Moorhead
Editor: Agnes Evan
Film script and production: Victor Menzies
[Actor]: Tony Church
[Actor]: Peter Jeffrey
[Actor]: Morris Perry
[Actress]: Sheila Raynor
Himself: The Rev. Michael Mayne
Himself: The Rev. Keith Pound

: The News

: Showtime

Introduced by David Nixon.
Written by David Climie, David Whitaker and David Nixon.
Starring this week Jewel and Warriss, Lita Roza, The Bruno Martino Five, Dorothy Wayne, Douglas Squires, The Showtime Dancers, The George Mitchell Singers.

Contributors

Presenter/Writer: David Nixon
Writer: David Climie
Writer: David Whitaker
Producer: Graeme Muir
Orchestra leader: David McCallum
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Settings: Roger Andrews
Comedians: Jewel and Warriss
Singer: Lita Roza
Musicians: The Bruno Martino Five
Singer: Dorothy Wayne
Dancer/Dance direction: Douglas Squires
Dancers: The Showtime Dancers
Singers: The George Mitchell Singers

: What's My Line?

Chairman, Eamonn Andrews
Panel: Isobel Barnett, Barbara Kelly, Cyril Fletcher, Rear Admiral Roy Foster-Brown and a mystery guest celebrity.
Televised by arrangement with CBS and Maurice Winnick

Contributors

Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Panellist: Isobel Barnett
Panellist: Barbara Kelly
Panellist: Cyril Fletcher
Panellist: Rear Admiral Roy Foster-Brown
Research: Julia Cave
Director: Bill Parry Jones
Producer: John Warrington
Devised by: Mark Goodson
Devised by: Bill Todman

: The Sunday-Night Play presents: The Mather Story

Written by John Prebble.
[Starring] Sheila Allen, William Lucas, John Barrie and Raymond Huntley
with Geoffrey Dunn, Harold Scott
A serious accusation by a famous artist about the work of another gives John Ramsay a chance to 'get something into the paper' and perhaps to keep his job on the Sunday Herald. But rapidly the story becomes a challenge-to his skill, and to his responsibility.

Contributors

Writer: John Prebble
Producer: Gilchrist Calder
Designer: Stephen Bundy
John Ramsay: William Lucas
Penny: Rita Davies
Matthew Clayton: David Aylmer
Lionel Mather: Harold Scott
Marion Lucas: Sheila Allen
James Lovett: Geoffrey Dunn
Jack Vaughan: Reginald Marsh
Dai Llewellyn: Michael Beint
Chris Robertson: Lawrence James
Walter Cooper: John Barrie
Vicar: John Richmond
Lawyer: John Gabriel
The Reader: Raymond Huntley
Carter: David Stuart
David Eccles: Brian Wilde
Bill Marryat: Simon Merrick
Two copy-takeis: Alan Rolfe
Two copy-takeis: Ronald Masters

: The News

: Monitor

A fortnightly magazine of the arts.

Tonight's edition includes:

The Devils of Loudun
John Whiting returns to Loudun in France to tell the story of the possession by devils in the 17th century of the Ursuline nuns of the town.
His new play 'The Devils' (from which extracts are shown) has just opened at the Aldwych Theatre, London.

Two Composers, Two Worlds
A film about the contrasts in the life and work of two outstanding young composers:
Peter Maxwell Davies, Dudley Moore.

Introduced and edited by Huw Wheldon.

Contributors

Item presenter (The Devils of Loudun): John Whiting
Subject (Two Composers, Two Worlds): Peter Maxwell Davies
Subject (Two Composers, Two Worlds): Dudley Moore
Film editor: Allan Tyrer
Associate producer: Nancy Thomas
Associate producer: Humphrey Burton
Presenter/Editor: Huw Wheldon

: The Epilogue: What's in a Name?

A talk by The Rev. Leslie J. M. Timmins.

Contributors

Presenter: The Rev. Leslie J. M. Timmins








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