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: Seeing and Believing: Equal but Different

A Christian theme illustrated by John Alldis with a quartet from The John Alldis Choir, John Graham, Stephen MacDonald and the recorded voices of Preston Lockwood, Bill Corlett.

Contributors

Illustrated by: John Alldis
Singers: a quartet from The John Alldis Choir
Guest: John Graham
Guest: Stephen MacDonald
Voice: Preston Lockwood
Voice: Bill Corlett
Producer: R. T. Brooks

: O Sul I Sul

Welsh news survey.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Llandrindod Wells, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

: Oratorio

Detholiad o Samson gan Handel
Cantorion: Lorna Elias, Edward Byles, David Lewis
Cymdeithas Gorawl Caerfyrddin
Arweinydd, Ernest Evans
Organydd, Arwel Hughes
Golygydd cerdd, Moelfryn Harries
Telediad allanol a recordiwyd yng nghapel Heol y Dwr. Eglwys Bresbyteraidd Cymru, Caerfyrddin
Excerpts from Handel's oratorio 'Samson'.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Llandrindod Wells, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

Contributors

Singer: Lorna Elias
Singer: Edward Byles
Singer: David Lewis
Singers: Cymdeithas Gorawl Caerfyrddin (Choral Society Carmarthen)
[Singers] leader: Ernest Evans
Organist/organydd: Arwel Hughes
Unknown: Moelfryn Harries
Producer/Cynhyrchydd: Gethyn Stoodley Thomas

: Farming: Farm Visit

and Weather for Farmers
Introduced by John Cherrington.

Gordon Morlry discusses with John Young his system of managing his herd of Polled Herefords at Ring-stead, Norfolk, with special emphasis on beef recording.
From the Midlands

Contributors

Presenter: John Cherrington
Interviewee: Gordon Morlry
Interviewer: John Young
Producer: Ronald Webster

: An Age of Kings: Henry VI Part 2: 10: The Fall of a Protector

The Pageant of English History by William Shakespeare.
A second showing of 10: The Fall of a Protector
After Henry V's death, his French conquests were soon lost. His brothers, Bedford and Gloucester, were appointed Protectors of the baby Henry VI. The leaderless nobles revived their old quarrels, siding with Lancaster or York and choosing red or white roses as their emblems. In France, Joan of Arc defeated the English but was captured and burned as a witch. After the conclusion of a shoddy peace, Suffolk arranged the King's marriage to Margaret of Anjou, intending to become her lover and so rule England.

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Music: Christopher Whelen
Title music: Sir Arthur Bliss
Designer: Stanley Morris
Director: Michael Hayes
Producer: Peter Dews
Duke of Suffolk: Edgar Wreford
King Henry the Sixth: Terry Scully
Margaret, Queen to King Henry: Mary Morris
Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester uncle to the King: John Ringham
Cardinal Beaufort. Bishop of Winchester, great-uncle to the King: Robert Lang
Earl of Salisbury: Gordon Gostelow
Earl of Warwick: Frank Windsor
Richard Duke of York: Jack May
Duke of Buckingham: Kenneth Farrington
Duke of Somerset: Alan Rowe
Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester: Nancie Jackson
Messenger: John Greenwood
John Hume, a priest: Patrick Garland
Petitioners: David Andrews
Petitioners: Anthony Valentine
Peter, an armourer's man: Derek Ware
Thomas Horner, an armourer his master: Julian, Glover
Bolingbroke, a conjuror: Terence Lodge
John Southwell, a priest: Jeremy Bisley
Mother Jordan, a witch: Nan Marriott-Watson
A Spirit: John Murray Scott
A Citizen: Timothy Harley
Saunder Simpcox, an impostor: John Warner
Wife to Simpcox: Audrey Noble
Mayor of St Albans: Jerome Willis
Beadle: Leon Shepperdson
Neighbours: Tony Garnett
Neighbours: Anthony Valentine
Neighbours: Terry Wale
Prentices: Timothy Harley
Prentices: John Greenwood
Sheriff: Jeffry Wickham
Sir John Stanley: Jerome Willis
A Post: Tony Garnett

: Film Matinee presents: The Fugitive

A drama.
[Starring] Henry Fonda
with Dolores Del Rio, J. Carrol Naish
See page 10

Contributors

Director: John Ford
A Fugitive: Henry Fonda
An Indian Woman: Dolores Del Rio
A Police Informer: J. Carrol Naish

: Sooty: Sooty Takes Off

Sooty Takes Off in his new airliner.
Assisted by Sweep and Harry Corbett
From the North.

Contributors

Puppeteer: Harry Corbett
Producer: Trevor Hill

: Oliver Twist: Episode 10

by Charles Dickens.
Dramatised by Constance Cox.

Contributors

Author: Charles Dickens
Dramatised by: Constance Cox
Music composed by: Ron Grainer
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Eric Tayler
Rose Maylie: Gay Cameron
Dr Losberne: Lloyd Pearson
Oliver Twist: Bruce Prochnik
Harry Maylie: John Breslin
Fagin: Max Adrian
Monks: John Carson
Noah Claypole: Barry Wilsher
Charlotte: Priscilla Morgan
Barney: Peter Bennett
Nancy: Carmel McSharry
Bill Sikes: Peter Vaughan
Giles: Richard Caldicot
Mr Brownlow: George Curzon
Mr Grimwig: William Mervyn
Mrs Bedwin: Madeleine Christie

: Tenderfoot: Outlaw Island

A Western film series starring Will Hutchins as Tom Brewster the young cowboy adventurer who is also a student of the law.

In trying to help a kidnapped girl Tom is taken prisoner by a dangerous outlaw.

Contributors

Tom Brewster: Will Hutchins

: The News

followed by The Weather Man

: Sunday Story: The Story of Ruth: Part 1

Barbara Kelly tells The Story of Ruth.

Contributors

Storyteller: Barbara Kelly
Producer: John Elphinstone-Fyffe

: Songs of Praise

Community hymn-singing from Whitla Hall, Queen's University, Belfast.
With Jean Allister (contralto) and students of Queen's University and pupils of Methodist College, Downey House, and Fullerton House, Belfast.
Conducted by Havelock Nelson
Introduced by Edgar Boucher.

Contributors

Contralto: Jean Allister
Conductor: Havelock Nelson
Organist: Evan John
Presenter: Edgar Boucher
Arranged by: Moore Wasson
Presented by: David Hannon

: Meeting Point: The Church and the Provincial Papers

A comment by Robert Robinson.
The local papers have been called 'the true Press of this country'. Do they present a true picture of the Church's work in this country?

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Robinson
Producer: John Elphinstone-Fyffe

: Bertram Mills Circus

from Olympia, London.
From Denmark:
The Incomparable Schumanns, White Horse Fantasy
From Scotland and France:
The Ricards, The slickest knockabout comedians
From England:
Kogana, Death-defying equilibrist
From Switzerland:
Knie's Footballing Dogs
Referee, Johnny Kayes
From Germany:
King Everest, 40 ft. sawdust ski jump
From Italy:
The Francescos, '...comic wonders of the age....'
From Mexico:
Los Prietos, Flaming knives
From France:
The Flying Alizes
Starring the great Pierre Alizes

Finale: Dawn on the Putxta
An equestrian spectacle presented by Albert Schumann and featuring his sixteen-year-old-son Benny
also
The one and only Coco with clowns and augustes
Jimmy Scott, Nikki, Little Billy, Antonio, and Milanes

Introduced by David Coleman.

Contributors

Comedians (From Scotland and France): The Ricards
Equilibrist (From England): Kogana
Referee (Knie's Footballing Dogs): Johnny Kayes
Performer (From Germany): King Everest
Comedians (From Italy): The Francescos
Performers (From Mexico): Los Prietos
Flyers (From France): The Flying Alizes
Presented by (Dawn on the Putxta): Albert Schumann
Clown: Coco
Clown: Jimmy Scott
Clown: Nikki
Clown: Little Billy
Clown: Antonio
Clown: Milanes
Equestrian director: Frank Foster Jnr.
Equestrian director: Norman Barrett
Musical director: Charles Hotham
Presenter: David Coleman
Circus direction: Cyril Mills
Circus direction: Bernard Mills
Television production: Derek Burrell-Davis

: One for the Pot

An excerpt from the new farce by Ray Cooney and Tony Hilton at the Whitehall Theatre, London.
The action takes place one mad-summer's night at Jonathan Hard-castle's country house.
By arrangement with Theatrical Productions

Contributors

Writer: Ray Cooney
Writer: Tony Hilton
Setting: Rhoda Gray
Director: Henry Kendall
TV presentation: Mary Evans
Amy Hardcastle: Sheila Mercier
Cynthia Hardcastle: Helen Jessop
Jugg: Leo Franklyn
Jonathan Hardcastle: Terry Scott
Jennifer Bowater-Smith: Jeanne Cook
Stanley Bowater-Smith: Robert Checksfield
Clifton Weaver: Peter Mercier
Arnold Piper: Larry Noble
Charlie Barnet: Basil Lord
Hickory Wood: Brian Rix
Winnie: Hazel Douglas

: What's My Line?

Chairman, Eamonn Andrews
Panel: Isobel Barnett, Barbara Kelly, David Nixon, Alan Melville and a mystery guest celebrity.
Televised by arrangement with C.B.S. and Maurice Winnick

Contributors

Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Panellist: Isobel Barnett
Panellist: Barbara Kelly
Panellist: David Nixon
Panellist: Alan Melville
Research: Julia Cave
Director: Richard Evans
Producer: John Warrington
Devised by: Mark Goodson
Devised by: Bill Todman

: The News

: Monitor

A fortnightly magazine of the arts.
Introduced and edited by Huw Wheldon.

Contributors

Film Editor: Allan Tyrer
Associate Producer: Nancy Thomas
Associate Producer: Humphrey Burton
Presenter/Editor: Huw Wheldon

: Word Game

A domestic trio by John Wilkie.
From the West

A child, playing with toy bricks, can learn a lot-more sometimes than we realise.

Contributors

Writer: John Wilkie
Designer: Desmond Chinn
Producer: Brandon Acton-Bond
Jean: Rhoda Lewis
Tom: Ewan Hooper

: The Epilogue: Forgiveness

The Rev. Noel Calvin Minister of the Tabernacle Congregational Church, Trowbridge.

Contributors

Presenter: The Rev. Noel Calvin








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