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: O Sul I Sul

Detholiad o ffilmiau a newyddion yn dangos peth o weithgarwch Cymru a'r Cymry yn ystod yr wythnos
Welsh weekly news survey.
(Welsh transmitters and Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

: Pawb A'i Gan: 2: Yr Unol Daleithiau

Ar daith Haf gyda Iona Jones a RICHARD REES
BONEDDIGION Y GAN
Cdrfeistr. RICHARD WILLIAMS
RHAN O'R GERDDORFA GYMREIG
O dan arweiniad ARWEL HUGHES
Golygydd cerdd, Alwyn Jones Cynllunydd, Colin Shaw Y cyfarwyddo gan JACK Williams
A Song for Everyone
(Welsh transmitters and Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

Contributors

Unknown: Unol Daleithiau
Unknown: Iona Jones
Unknown: Richard Rees
Unknown: Richard Williams
Unknown: Arwel Hughes
Unknown: Alwyn Jones
Unknown: Colin Shaw
Unknown: Jack Williams

: Seeing and Believing: Themes of Worship: Far and Near

The last of three programmes by Canon C. B. Naylor.
Illustrated by The Rev. W. E. A. Lockett and Philip Latham.

Contributors

Presenter: Canon C. B. Naylor
Illustrated by: The Rev. W. E. A. Lockett
Illustrated by: Philip Latham
Producer: R. T. Brooks

: Farming: Muck and Mystery

Introduced by John Cherrington.

Organic farming is often looked on with suspicion. What are the limitations, and what advantages are claimed? Anthony Parkin looks at the farm of Sam Mayall, where a complete organic system has been going for fifteen years.
From the Midlands
Followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers

Contributors

Presenter: John Cherrington
Reporter: Anthony Parkin
Interviewee: Sam Mayall
Film editor: Colin Moffat
Producer: John Kenyon

: Z Cars: Five and a Match

by John Hopkins.
A second showing of some of the cases encountered by Z Victor One and Z Victor Two.

Export cigarettes are being imported into the Newtown area. Lynch and Steele pick up some fag-ends of information.

Contributors

Writer: John Hopkins
Director: Shaun Sutton
Designer: Frederick Knapman
Casebook material: William Prendergast
Film sequences - Cameraman: Charles Lagus
Film sequences - Editor: Ian Callaway
Producer: David E. Rose
PC Lynch: James Ellis
PC Steele: Jeremy Kemp

: Film Matinee: Don't Trust Your Husband

Starring Fred MacMurray, Madeleine Carroll
A harassed advertising executive is forced to pay a great deal of attention to a wealthy and attractive widow in order to land a large contract. But his wife misunderstands the situation and sets out to make him jealous...

Contributors

Director: Lloyd Bacon
Vincent: Fred MacMurray
Paula: Madeleine Carroll
Claude Kimball: Charles 'Buddy' Rogers
Eve: Rita Johnson
Mrs Fraser: Louise Allbritton
Ken St Clair: Alan Mowbray

: Sooty: Sweet Dreams

assisted by Sweep and Harry Corbett begins a new weekly series.
From the North

Contributors

Puppeteer: Harry Corbett
Producer: Trevor Hill

: Laramie: Trial by Fire

A Western film series.
Starring John Smith, Robert Fuller
with Spring Byington, Dennis Holmes

Jess and four other people on a small ranch are involved in a situation which threatens to become as dangerous as the forest fire closing in on them.

Contributors

Slim Sherman: John Smith
Jess Harper: Robert Fuller
Daisy Cooper: Spring Byington
Mike: Dennis Holmes

: Lorna Doone: Episode 5: Sir Ensor

by R.D. Blackmore.
Dramatised in eleven episodes by Constance Cox.
From a treatment by A. R. Rawlinson.

In which Jeremy Stickles brings news of treason and Sir Ensor consents to Lorna's marriage to John Ridd.
From the West

Contributors

Author: R.D. Blackmore
Dramatised by: Constance Cox
From a treatment by: A.R. Rawlinson
Director: Brandon Acton-Bond
Music composed by: Dudley Simpson
Film cameraman: George Shears
Film editor: Constance Dunn
Script editor: Joy Harington
Designer: Desmond Chinn
Producer: Douglas Allen
Carver Doone: Andrew Faulds
Lorna Doone: Jane Merrow
John Ridd: Bill Travers
Mrs Ridd: Jean Anderson
Annie Ridd: Meg Wynn Owen
Ruth Huckaback: Pat Pleasance
Jeremy Stickles: Nigel Stock
Sergeant Bloxham: Norman Mitchell
Lizzie Ridd: Janet Pate
John Fry: Norman Tyrrell
Charlesworth Doone: Mark Burns
Phelps: David Morrell
Gwenny Carfax: Patricia Brake
Tom Faggus: John Bennett
Counsellor Doone: Terence de Marney
Sir Ensor Doone: Carl Bernard

: The News

followed by The Weather Man

: Meeting Point

A plain man's guide to relations between the Church of England and the Methodist Church.
Harold Webb BBC Northern Industrial Correspondent talks to The Rev. Rupert E. Davies Convenor of the Faith and Order Committee of the Methodist Church and Canon Eric Kemp, Fellow and Chaplain of Exeter College, Oxford.
From the North

Contributors

Presenter: Harold Webb
Interviewee: The Rev. Rupert E. Davies
Interviewee: Canon Eric Kemp
Producer: Peter Hamilton

: Sunday Story: Pepino and his Donkey: 2: At Rome

Told by Eamonn Andrews.
Adapted from Paul Gallico's 'The Small Miracle'.
First shown on February 25, 1962

Contributors

Storyteller: Eamonn Andrews
Author: Paul Gallico
Producer: John Elphinstone-Fyffe

: Songs of Praise

from High Wycombe Parish Church
Introduced by Simon Preston.
Hymns sung by the choirs and congregation of the Parish Church and daughter churches of High Wycombe and the choirs of Wycombe Abbey and the Royal Grammar School.
Prayer and Blessing by The Vicar, the Rev. Eric Hague

Contributors

Presenter: Simon Preston
Prayer and Blessing: The Rev. Eric Hague
Organist and choir-master: James Dawes
Producer: John Vernon

: The Country and Western Show

Starring The Mitchell Men
with Don Cleaver, Bob Clayton, Jim Fraser, Ted Darling, Les Rawlings
The Prairie Flowers with Eve Blanchard, Liz Paul; Happy Pappy; Doreen West; Van Doren; Gordie Lightfoot; Douglas Squires
and The Hickory Sticks: Heather Angus, Elaine Carr, Jackie Joyner, Anna Sharkey, Ronnie Curran, Terry Gilbert
Danny 'Strad' Levan, The Blue Grass Group, The Texas Big Brass
Guest star, Max Wall

Contributors

Singer (The Mitchell Men): Don Cleaver
Singer (The Mitchell Men): Bob Clayton
Singer (The Mitchell Men): Jim Fraser
Singer (The Mitchell Men): Ted Darling
Singer (The Mitchell Men): Les Rawlings
Singers: The Prairie Flowers
Singer: Eve Blanchard
Performer: Liz Paul
Performers: Happy Pappy
Performer: Doreen West
Pianist: Van Doren
Singer/Guitarist: Gordie Lightfoot
Dancer/Choreography: Douglas Squires
Dancer (The Hickory Sticks): Heather Angus
Dancer (The Hickory Sticks): Elaine Carr
Dancer (The Hickory Sticks): Jackie Joyner
Dancer (The Hickory Sticks): Anna Sharkey
Dancer (The Hickory Sticks): Ronnie Curran
Dancer (The Hickory Sticks): Terry Gilbert
Performer: Danny 'Strad' Levan
Performers: The Blue Grass Group
Musicians: The Texas Big Brass
Comedian/guest star: Max Wall
Director of music and vocal arrangements: George Mitchell
Orchestral arrangements/associate conductor: Alan Bristow
Orchestral arrangements: Ray Terry
Settings: Melvin Cornish
Devised and produced by: George Inns

: Perry Mason: The Case of the Grumbling Grandfather

A film series starring Raymond Burr as the famous lawyer investigator created by Erle Stanley Gardner.
with Barbara Hale, William Hopper, William Talman, Ray Collins

Perry Mason is called on to defend a young man against a charge of murdering his girl friend's estranged husband.

Contributors

Character created by: Erle Stanley Gardner
Perry Mason: Raymond Burr
Della Street: Barbara Hale
Paul Drake: William Hopper
Hamilton Burger: William Talman
Lt. Tragg: Ray Collins

: The Sunday Play: Take the Plunge

by Nicholas E. Baehr.
Starring John Fraser, Sam Wanamaker, Roland Culver, Joyce Carey
and introducing Alice Kennedy Turner

Douglas Wainwright is not a rich idler, he just doesn't believe in work!

Contributors

Writer: Nicholas E. Baehr
Director: Naomi Capon
Script associate: Hugh Woodhouse
Music composed by: Norman Kay
Designer: John Cooper
Producer: John Elliot
The Hon Douglas Wainwright: John Fraser
The Intruder: Colin Jeavons
Lady Wainwright: Joyce Carey
Charles McAvoy: Roland Culver
Stella, the maid: Alice Bowes
Lucille Halliran: Alice Kennedy Turner
Jock: Tom Watson
Miss Dugan: Diana Hope
B.F. Halliran: Sam Wanamaker
Peters, advertising executive: David Graham
Warbeck, advertising executive: Roger Croucher
Lestrange, advertising executive: Gary Hope
Miss Vail: Wendy Hall

: The News

: This Nation Tomorrow: Sex and Family Life

A fortnightly programme that takes a hard look at the ideas that may shape our future with Kenneth Allsop.
Tonight: Dr. Alex Comfort, Writer, anarchist, medical biologist urges that we should adopt more realistic and enlightened social attitudes towards Sex and Family Life.
His views are critically examined by three people in the studio among them
Professor G. M. Carstairs, Professor of Psychological Medicine, Edinburgh University and last year's Reith lecturer, and Mrs. Ruth Robinson, Marriage Guidance counsellor.

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Allsop
Speaker: Dr. Alex Comfort
Panellist: Professor G. M. Carstairs
Panellist: Mrs. Ruth Robinson
Drawings: Gerald Scarfe
Director: Richard Marquand
Producer: Derek Holroyde

: The Epilogue

The Rev. Dr. A. Leonard Griffith, Minister of the City Temple, London.

Contributors

Presenter: Dr. A. Leonard Griffith








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