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: Engineering Science: 11: Stress and Strain

Presented by Gordon Severn.
(to 10.55)

Contributors

Presenter: Gordon Severn
Producer: Geoffrey Hall

: Newyddion

News in Welsh.
(Welsh transmitters and Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

: Heddiw

Edrychwn ymhell ac yn agos Drwy ftllm a thrwy drafod
Daw Cymru a'r byd i'r aelwyd I'ch difyrru
Wrth eich cinio
Y cyflwyno,
Owen Edwards
Y cynhyrchu,
IFOR REES. JACK Williams
Y polygydd.
NAN DAVIES
Today: a topical magazine.
(Welsh transmitters and Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

Contributors

Unknown: Owen Edwards
Unknown: Jack Williams
Unknown: Nan Davies

: The News

: Living Today

Around and About the Home with Richard Waring.
Including:

Room Dividers

Pot Plants

Indoor Photography

Cooking and Stuffing the Christmas Bird

Fashion in Lingerie

The Experts: Rosemary McRobert, Stephen Garrett, Geoffrey Smith, Leo Vala,
Gwen Marchant

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Waring
Expert: Rosemary McRobert
Expert: Stephen Garrett
Expert: Geoffrey Smith
Expert: Leo Vala
Expert: Gwen Marchant
Production assistant: Margaret McCall
Production assistant: Charles Lister
Producer: Joyce Bullen

: Rugby Union Football: Oxford v. Cambridge

The whole of the annual University match direct from Twickenham.
(to 15.45)

Contributors

Commentator: Peter West
Commentator: Cliff Morgan
Television presentation: Antony Craxton

: Watch with Mother: Andy Pandy

For the very young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join In the songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
BBC film

Contributors

Narrator/Script, music, and settings: Maria Bird
Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Gladys Whitred

: Funny Manns

Another chance to see Cliff Norton and some of his crazy old films.
This week he is: Music Mann

Contributors

Music Mann: Cliff Norton

: The Big Flood: Part 3

A film from Hungary.
Boats and aircraft are sent out to try to rescue Kati, Janos, Peter, and Ferri, who have taken refuge from the floods on a damaged bridge over the River Danube.
Commentary spoken by Gary Watson.

Contributors

Narrator: Gary Watson
English version written and presented by: Peggy Miller

: Sketch Club

with Adrian Hill who, in this last programme, gives you some final hints for your picture-making in the future.
Picture Gallery Your Favourite Subject

Contributors

Presenter/artist: Adrian Hill
Presented by: Tony Arnold

: The News

: Town and Around

A daily presentation of news and views from London and the South-East.
Introduced by Richard Baker.
followed by The Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Baker

: World Zoos: Frankfurt

Introduced by James Fisher.
Rare animals like the slender gerenuk antelope from Somaliland and the maned wolf from South America feature in this visit to one of Germany's most progressive zoos.
Presented in co-operation with the Hessian Television Service
From the West

Contributors

Presenter: James Fisher
Cameraman: Gunter Senft
Film editor: Constance Dunn
Series edited by: Nicholas Crocker

: Tonight

Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart, Alan Whicker, Fyfe Robertson, Trevor Philpott, Kenneth Allsop, Macdonald Hastings, Julian Pettifer and The Countrymen.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: Derek Hart
Reporter: Alan Whicker
Reporter: Fyfe Robertson
Reporter: Trevor Philpott
Reporter: Kenneth Allsop
Reporter: Macdonald Hastings
Reporter: Julian Pettifer
Band: The Countrymen
Assistant editor: Gordon Watkins
Assistant editor: Peter Batty
Editor: Antony Jay

: Headline News

: Compact: The Bad Penny

A series by Hazel Adair and Peter Ling.

Bryan gets Copper out of her difficulties, but both Clare and Gussie struggle with theirs. Stan Millet has trouble in the market, and Mark meets somebody from the past.

Contributors

Series creator: Hazel Adair
Series creator: Peter Ling
Script: David Whitaker
Designer: Andree Welstead
Costume supervisor: Olive Harris
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Kenneth Milne-Buckley
Copper: Mandy Miller
Bryan: Keith Buckley
Russell Dane: Raymond Young
Mark: Gareth Davies
Babbage: Donald Morley
Clare: Janet Hargreaves
Ian: Ronald Allen
Sally: Monica Evans
Jason Budd: Tony Bateman
Gussie: Frances Bennett
Richard: Moray Watson
Clancey: Ann Morrish
Janet: Christine Pollon
Max Royan: Richard Burrell
Adrian: Robert Desmond
Det-Sergeant Chandler: Clifford Earl
Midgeley: Ian Parsons
Stan Millet: Johnny Wade
Mr Kipling: Blake Butler
Harry Jennings: Anthony Oliver

: This Is Your Life

says Eamonn Andrews to ?

Contributors

Presenter: Eamonn Andrews
Writing and research: Peter Moore
Writing and research: Nickola Sterne
Writing and research: Suzanne Twiston-Davies
Writing and research: Anthony Chivers
Writing and research: John Dalzell
Writing and research: Alan Haire
Story editor: Robert Stuart
This Is Your Life theme composed by: James Turner
Director: Vere Lorrimer
Producer: T. Leslie Jackson
This Is Your Life was devised by: Ralph Edwards

: The Dick Powell Show presents: Death in the Village

Starring Gilbert Roland, Nehemiah Persoff

An unsuccessful bullfighter becomes a priest in a remote Spanish village. But the villagers are exploited and dominated by a ruthless gang of outlaws, and the priest finds he now has to draw on greater reserves of courage than he ever needed in the bullring.

Contributors

Director: Marc Daniels
Don Enrique Ciego: Gilbert Roland
El Valiente: Nehemiah Persoff
Antonio: Thomas Gomez
Paca: Gale Garnett

: The News

: The Prizewinners

Yesterday in Stockholm one American and four British scientists received the highest honour science can bestow, the Nobel Prize.
All five, working in this country, made discoveries which give the exciting promise of a solution to the mystery of life itself. For this work they share the Nobel Prize for Chemistry and for Medicine.
In frank and personal conversations Stephen Black meets the winners:
Dr. Max Perutz, Dr. John Kendrew, Dr. Maurice Wilkins, Dr. Francis Crick, Dr. James Watson.
What their work means to science and medicine is explained by Professor Michael Swann.
Introduced by Raymond Baxter.

Contributors

Presenter: Raymond Baxter
Interviewer: Stephen Black
Interviewee: Dr. Max Perutz
Interviewee: Dr. John Kendrew
Interviewee: Dr. Maurice Wilkins
Interviewee: Dr. Francis Crick
Interviewee: Dr. James Watson
Speaker: Professor Michael Swann
Research: Gordon Rattray Taylor
Film Editor: Robert Morgan
Designer: Natasha Kroll
Studio Direction: Bill Wright
Producer: Philip Daly

: Profile in Music

Joan Hammond sings music with which she is particularly associated and talks about her career to John Freeman, Editor of the New Statesman.
with the Philharmonia Orchestra
Leader, Hugh Bean
Conductor, Charles Mackerras

Contributors

Soprano/interviewee: Joan Hammond
Interviewer: John Freeman
Musicians: The Philharmonia Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Hugh Bean
[Orchestra] conductor: Charles Mackerras
Designer: Clifford Hatts
Producer: Patricia Foy

: Late Night News









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