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: Stereophony

See page 13
(Sound only)
(to 10.30)

: Telewele

Rhaglen wythnosol y plant yn cyflwyno
Jim Cro Crwstyn gyda SASSIE REES yn canu eich hoff hwiangerddi Cyfeilydd, Maimie Noel Jones Ynghyd a stori
' Wiliam Jones yn prynu Ci ' gan AMY PARRY-WILLIAMS Storiwr. NESTA HARRIS
Darluniau gan Hywel Harries
Y cyflwyno gan SHEILA Huw JONES Cynhyrchydd, EVELYN WILLIAMS Children's Television
(Welsh transmitters and Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)


Unknown: Jim Cro Crwstyn
Unknown: Maimie Noel Jones
Unknown: Wiliam Jones
Unknown: Nesta Harris
Unknown: Sheila Huw Jones

: Notice Board

Public Service announcements.

: Grandstand

including Lawn Tennis, Rock Climbing, Boxing, Racing
See panel and facing page
Details of next week's Grandstand are shown on page 59

: Deputy Dawg

A cartoon film series.
This week Deputy Dawg is plagued by two newcomers - a troublesome rabbit and a lynx with a jinx.

: Juke Box Jury

A new disc - a Hit or a Miss?
Comment and opinions on the latest pop releases.
This week's panel: Catherine Boyle, Jess Conrad, Peter Murray, Barbara Windsor
In the chair, David Jacobs


Panellist: Catherine Boyle
Panellist: Jess Conrad
Panellist: Peter Murray
Panellist: Barbara Windsor
Chairman: David Jacobs
Programme devised by: Peter Potter
Producer: Richard Evans

: Taxi!: Don't Do as I Do

Written by Dick Sharples.
A series by Ted Willis.
Stories of a London taxi driver.
Starring Sid James
with Bill Owen and Ray Brooks


Writer: Dick Sharples
Series creator: Ted Willis
Designer: Robert Fuest
Director: David Askey
Producer: Michael Mills
Sid Stone: Sid James
Terry Mills: Ray Brooks
Fred Cuddell: Bill Owen
Harry Mason: Artro Morris
Bernard: Ray Mort
Ron Farnes: Michael Kilgarriff
Rosie McCleod: Jane Eccles
Miss Willoughby: Marjorie Gresley
Charles: Michael Ward
First cabman: Mike Adams
Second cabman: Gerry Wain
Sonia: Didi Sullivan
Constable: Anthony Oliver
First youth: John Porter Davison
Second Youth: Paul Taylor
Business man: Dennis Ramsden
Inspector: Lloyd Lamble

: Wells Fargo: Chauncey

New adventures of Dale Robertson as Special Agent Jim Hardie.
With William Demarest, Burt Brinckerhoff

When a Wells Fargo agent is murdered the only item missing is a watch. Tina's new beau happens to have a similar one, and a hot temper.


Jim Hardie: Dale Robertson
Jeb Gaine: William Demarest
Chuck Evans: Burt Brinckerhoff

: The Saturday Film presenting: The Fighting Seabees

A drama.
[Starring] John Wayne, Susan Hayward
with Dennis O'Keefe


Director: Edward Ludwig
Wedge Donovan: John Wayne
Constance Chesley: Susan Hayward
Lt -Cmdr Robert Yarrow: Dennis O'Keefe
Eddie Powers: William Frawley
Johnny Novasky: Leonid Kinskey
Sawyer Collins: J. M. Kerrigan

: Comedy Playhouse: On the Knocker

by Harry Driver and Jack Rosenthal.
Starring Ronald Fraser
with Alfred Burke, Diana Hope, Noel Johnson


Writer: Harry Driver
Writer: Jack Rosenthal
Incidental music composed and conducted by: Ron Grainer
Designer: Barry Newbery
Production: Douglas Moodie
Ronnie Fender: Ronald Fraser
Mrs Soames: Betty England
Frank: Alfred Burke
Mrs Marsden: Beatrix Thompson
Mrs Hughes: Ruth Lodge
Carole Lewisham: Diana Hope
Charles Pratt: Richard Coleman
Arthur Lewisham: Noel Johnson

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Alan Simpson 8 February 2017

: That Was the Week That Was

The first programme in a new series of forays into the week's news.
Take it to pieces with David Frost and Millicent Martin, Kenneth Cope, David Kernan, Roy Kinnear, Robert Lang, Bernard Levin, Al Mancini, Lance Percival, William Rushton, Irwin Watson.
Robert Lang appears by permission of the National Theatre


Presenter: David Frost
Singer: Millicent Martin
Performer: Kenneth Cope
Performer: David Kernan
Performer: Roy Kinnear
Performer: Robert Lang
Interviewer: Bernard Levin
Performer: Al Mancini
Performer: Lance Percival
Performer: William Rushton
Performer: Irwin Watson
Musical director: Dave Lee
Designer: Ridley Scott
Producer: Ned Sherrin

: The Third Man: The Man Who Died Twice

A film series starring Michael Rennie as Harry Lime.

Harry Lime and his assistant Brad have discovered a body in their hotel room, but the discovery is no sooner made than the body disappears. This embarrassing situation leads directly to a hotbed of political intrigue in South America.
BBC film release


Story and teleplay: A.J. Carothers
Director: Paul Stanley
Harry Lime: Michael Rennie
Bradford Webster: Jonathan Harris
Marta: Ilka Windish
Corrales: Rudolfo Hoyos
Grey: Arthur Batanides
Price: John Holland
Parker: Howard Culver

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Saturday Satire 16 August 2015

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