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from St. Matthias Roman Catholic Church, Edgwarebury.
Today the new English form of the Mass is seen for the first time on BBC Television. It comes from a young parish in a developing area on the outskirts of London.
Described by Fr. Agnellus Andrew, O.F.M.

(to 11.30)

Contributors

Celebrant:
Fr. Michael O'Dwyer
Organist:
Patrick Bliss
Commentator:
Fr. Agnellus Andrew
Television Presentation:
Philip S. Gilbert

Chemicals are playing an ever-increasing part in farming, not least as a solution to problems of weed control.
John Cherrington visits the Weed Research Organisation, set up in 1960 to examine and test the flood of new herbicides that are becoming available.
From the Midlands
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
(to 14.15)

Contributors

Presenter:
John Cherrington
Film Editor:
Oliver White
Director:
Keith Reading
Producer:
John Kenyon

Written by Antony Jay.
The story of the men who made the first atomic weapon.

Contributors

Writer:
Antony Jay
Narrator:
Rene Cutforth
Interviewer:
Stephen Black
Taking part:
Harold Agnew
Taking part:
Otto R. Frisch
Taking part:
Sam Goudsmit
Taking part:
Leslie R. Groves
Taking part:
Fritz Houtermans
Taking part:
J. Robert Oppenheimer
Taking part:
Joseph Rotblat
Taking part:
Emilio Segre
Taking part:
Edward Teller
Taking part:
James Tuck
Taking part:
Carl von Weizsacker
Music:
The BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Research:
Robyn Mendelsohn
Cameraman:
Eugene Carr
Cameraman:
Tony Leggo
Sound Recordist:
George Cassidy
Sound Recordist:
Graham Whatling
Dubbing Mixer:
Brian Watkins
Film Editor:
Ted Walter
Assistant Producer:
Richard Thomas
Producer:
R.W. Reid

A film series.
Starring David Niven, Charles Boyer, Gig Young, Gladys Cooper, Robert Coote as The Rogues
with Ida Lupino, George Hamilton
This week's story: Two of a Kind

Marcel meets the son of an old flame, and from certain family characteristics believes he has found a near-a very near-relative.

Contributors

Marcel St. Clair:
Charles Boyer
Timmy St. Clair:
Robert Coote
Margaret St. Clair:
Gladys Cooper
Arlene:
Ida Lupino
Jamie:
George Hamilton
Marissa:
Pat Medina
Alec Fleming:
David Niven
Tony Fleming:
Gig Young

Written by David Ellis.
A series created by Ted Willis.
Starring Jack Warner

Human relationships complicate police investigations into the case of a missing child.
(First shown on January 2)

Contributors

Writer:
David Ellis
Series created by:
Ted Willis
Designer:
Derek Dodd
Director:
Vere Lorrimer
Production:
Ronald Marsh
George Dixon:
Jack Warner
Ada Seymour:
Anne Pichon
Diana Gibbs:
Mary Miller
Vera Frost:
Noel Hood
Station Sgt. Flint:
Arthur Rigby
P.C. Swain:
Robert Arnold
P.C. Wills:
Nicholas Donnelly
W.P.C. Liz Harris:
Zeph Gladstone
Dave Gibbs:
Edward Cast
Tommy Preston:
James Beck
Det.-Sgt. Andy Crawford:
Peter Byrne
Det.-Con. Lauderdale:
Geoffrey Adams
P.C. Roberts:
Geoffrey Kenion
Larry Williams:
Charles Wade
Miss Lucas:
Jeanne Mockford
W.P.C. Shirley Palmer:
Anne Carroll
Mary Crawford:
Anna Dawson
Charlie:
Ray Mort

From the novel "Ovington's Bank" by Stanley J. Weyman.
Dramatised in six episodes by Anthony Coburn.

Squire Griffin takes active steps to prove his displeasure, and violence erupts on a lonely road.

Contributors

From the novel "Ovington's Bank" by:
Stanley J. Weyman
Dramatised by:
Anthony Coburn
Story Editor:
Betty Willingale
Film Cameraman:
Tony Leggo
Film Editor:
John Nash
Designer:
Sally Hulke
Producer:
Campbell Logan
Director:
Paddy Russell
Josina Griffin:
June Ritchie
Clement Ovington:
David Weston
Squire Griffin:
William Mervyn
Mrs. Bourdillon:
Janet Burnell
Arthur Bourdillon:
Roger Croucher
Calamy:
Richard Cuthbert
Molly:
Cynthia Etherington
Fewtrell:
John Barrett
Thomas:
Derek Ware
Ovington:
Bernard Archard
Betty Ovington:
Mary Webster
Rodd:
Desmond Jordan
Smith:
Nigel Lambert
Harman:
James Lynn

Must we resign ourselves to building the future of man on a permanent balance of terror?
Twenty years after the dropping of the bomb on Hiroshima, Kenneth Harris talks to
Sir Michael Wright, formerly chief British delegate at the Disarmament Talks; Kenneth Johnstone, Chairman of the International Department of the British Council of Churches; Jonathan Dale, participant in the Quaker East-West projects.
Extract from the film "Choose Life" by arrangement with Contemporary Films.

Contributors

Presenter:
Kenneth Harris
Panellist:
Sir Michael Wright
Panellist:
Kenneth Johnstone
Panellist:
Jonathan Dale
Producer:
Oliver Hunkin

From St. John's Parish Church, Dunoon.
With local church and school choirs and the parish choir of U.S.S. Hunley.
Conducted by Alastair M. Cameron
Introduced by Murdoch McPherson.

Contributors

Singers:
The parish choir of U.S.S. Hunley
Conductor:
Alastair M. Cameron
Organist:
George Christian
Benediction:
The Rev. T.C. Robertson
Presenter:
Murdoch McPherson
Producer:
Ronald Falconer

[Starring] Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Van Johnson
with Angela Lansbury, Adolphe Menjou, Lewis Stone

Contributors

Based on the play by:
Howard Lindsay
Based on the play by:
Russel Crouse
Produced and directed by:
Frank Capra
Grant Matthews:
Spencer Tracy
Mary Matthews:
Katharine Hepburn
Spike MacManus:
Van Johnson
Kay Thorndyke:
Angela Lansbury
Jim Conover:
Adolphe Menjou
Sam Thorndyke:
Lewis Stone

by Gil North.
Starring Leslie Sands
with Michael Bates, John Rolfe, John McKelvey, Olive Milbourne, Pauline Williams
Guest star, John Barron

Cluff discovers that there is more to a broken window and a petty theft than meets his eye.

Contributors

Writer:
Gil North
Theme and incidental music composed by:
Albert Elms
Animals trained by:
John Holmes
Story Editor:
Bill Barron
Designer:
Stanley Morris
Produced and directed by:
Alan Sleath
Mr. Liddler:
John Barron
Mrs. Liddler:
Yvonne Bonnamy
Eric Liddler:
Michael Craze
Inspector Mole:
Michael Bates
P.C. Bullock:
John McKelvey
Det.-Con. Barker:
John Rolfe
Annie Croft:
Olive Milbourne
Sergeant Cluff:
Leslie Sands
Elsie Childs:
Judi Bloom
Beattie Rawmarsh:
Edna Morris
Fred Bland:
Alan Gerrard
George Roberts:
Stephen Jack
Mary Croft:
Maggie Lambert
Mrs. Mole:
Pauline Williams

Written by Alan Simpson and Ray Galton.
Frankie Howerd stars in a series of unlikely situations
and featuring this week: William Kendall and Terence Edmond

Contributors

Writer:
Alan Simpson
Writer:
Ray Galton
Incidental music written and directed by:
Peter Knight
Designer:
John Hurst
Producer:
Duncan Wood
Francis Howerd:
Frankie Howerd
[Actor]:
William Kendall
[Actor]:
Terence Edmond

Starring Tony Britton, Brian Wilde
with Norman Scace, Elizabeth Weaver, Michael Collins

Inspector Carter has taken Guy Foster to identify Mary Antrobus's father. But the man whom Guy sees is not the George Antrobus he has met previously at his flat.
(First shown on BBC-2)

Contributors

Writer:
Francis Durbridge
Film Cameraman:
A. A. Englander
Film Sound recordist:
John Woodiwiss
Film Editor:
Alma Davies
Designer:
Roy Oxley
Produced and directed by:
Alan Bromly
Guy Foster:
Tony Britton
Chief Insp Carter:
Brian Wilde
George Antrobus:
Michael Collins
Mrs. Long:
Elizabeth Craven
Det.-Sgt. Gibbs:
Richard Wilding
Receptionist:
Ann Wrigg
Don Page:
Brian McDermott
Dr. Swunley:
Norman Scace
Paula Hepburn:
Helen Christie
Joyce Dean:
Elizabeth Weaver
Felix Hepburn:
Kerry Jordan

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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