Programme Index

Discover 9,916,922 listings and 223,405 playable programmes from the BBC

9.10 Engineering Science: 9: Resolution of Vectors
Introduced by Gordon Severn.
Previously shown in December 1964
Repeated on Wednesday and Friday

9.38 Mathematics in Action: 10: Statistics and their Distribution
Introduced by Stewart Gartside.
Repeated on Thursday

10.0 Primary School Mathematics: Clocks and Calendars
Introduced by Jim Boucher.
Repeated on Wednesday

10.23-10.43 Middle School Physics: Light-Waves or Particles?
Introduced by A. W. Trotter.
Repeated on Tuesday and Wednesday

11.5 Youth Makes Music
A concert given by City of Coventry Juniors and Lascelles Secondary Boys School Brass Bands.
Conducted by Frank Wright
Repeated on Friday

11.30-11.55 For Sixth Forms: The Artist as Creator
The theme is illustrated by Michelangelo's frescoes in the Sistine Chapel in Rome.
Introduced by Dr. John Broadbent.
Previously shown in November 1963
Repeated on Thursday


Presenter (Engineering Science):
Gordon Severn
Producer (Engineering Science):
Geoffrey Hall
Presenter (Mathematics in Action):
Stewart Gartside
Producer (Mathematics in Action):
Edward Goldwyn
Presenter (Primary School Mathematics):
Jim Boucher
Producer (Primary School Mathematics):
David Roseveare
Presenter (Middle School Physics):
A. W. Trotter
Producer (Middle School Physics):
John Cain
Musicians (Youth Makes Music):
City of Coventry Juniors Brass Band
Musicians (Youth Makes Music):
Lascelles Secondary Boys School Brass Band
Conductor (Youth Makes Music):
Frank Wright
Producer (Youth Makes Music):
John Hosier
Presenter (For Sixth Forms):
Dr. John Broadbent
Producer (For Sixth Forms):
Michael Gill

2.5 Going to Work: Dealing with People
Written by Johnny Kershaw.

Introduced by Peter West.
The ability to 'get on' with all sorts of people is an important part of many jobs.
Repeated on Tuesday

2.30 Signpost: Christmas at Ingatestone
Hugh Ross Williamson describes how the Petre family celebrated Christmas in 1589.
Previously shown in June 1963
Repeated on Thursday

2.55 Middle School Mathematics: 10: Towards Freedom
When both size and shape are free to change, does anything stay the same? Introduced by Ian Harris.
Repeated on Friday

3.20-3.40 Living in the Presenter: Belief
This programme examines the pattern of religious beliefs in Britain today and contrasts the views of an eminent churchman with those of a humanist.
Previously shown in November 1964
Repeated on Tues., Wed., and Thursday

4.15-4.45 How and Why?: An Approach to the Atom
An enquiry into physics teaching.
Introduced by W. Ritchie and John Lewis.
Previously shown in January


Writer (Going to Work):
Johnny Kershaw
Presenter (Going to Work):
Peter West
Producer (Going to Work):
Gordon Croton
Presenter (Signpost):
Hugh Ross Williamson
Producer (Signpost):
Felicity Kinross
Presenter (Middle School Mathematics):
Ian Harris
Producer (Middle School Mathematics):
Peter Weiss
Commentator (Living in the Present):
Sallyann Blair
Commentator (Living in the Present):
Patrick McGeeney
Producer (Living in the Present):
Alan Hancock
Presenter (How and Why?):
W. Ritchie
Presenter (How and Why?):
John Lewis
Producer (How and Why?):
John Cain

Featuring The Spinners
with Stan Hugill who welcomes friends and visitors aboard his old Sailing Barque.
The soloist: Pearl Fawcett (accordionist)


The Spinners
Stan Hugill
Pearl Fawcett
Douglas Squires
The Dancers:
Pat Goh
The Dancers:
Lindsay Dolan
The Dancers:
Roy Allen
The Dancers:
Jerry Manley
Musical Director:
Harry Hayward
Kenneth Wrench
Trevor Hill

The Big Noise from Glasgow welcomes Chris Andrews and other guests, Jonathan King, Dean Ford and the Gaylords.
The Residents
The Three Bells, Peter London, Chris McClure, The Senate with Sol Byron, The Stramashers and the Lindella Movers


Chris Andrews
Jonathan King
Dean Ford and the Gaylords
The Three Bells
Peter London
Chris McClure
House band:
The Senate with Sol Byron
The Stramashers
The Lindella Movers
Dance Director:
Bruce McClure
David Bell

by Brian Hayles.
Kenny becomes jealous of Danny South. Basset leaves the team for a while.
From the Midlands


Series creator:
Brian Hayles
Peter Steele
Technical adviser:
Jimmy Hill
Associate producer:
Anthony Cornish
Bernard Hepton
John Davies
Gerry Barford:
David Lodge
Jean Jones:
Mitzi Rogers
Horace Martin:
Harold Goodwin
Ted Dawson:
Robin Wentworth
Clara Dawson:
Joyce Latham
Daphne Dawson:
Topsy Jane
Jack Birkett:
Bryan Marshall
Dan Davis:
Arthur Pentelow
Mary Barford:
Ursula O'Leary
Kenny Craig:
Stephen Yardley
Frank Silby:
Arnold Peters
Brenda South:
Armine Sandford
Philip Anderton:
Andrew Crawford
Sally Barford:
Catherine Crutchley
Jimmy Stokes:
George Layton

Written by Ronald Wolfe and Ronald Chesney.
Starring Thora Hird and Freddie Frinton
with Diana King as Madame Yvonne
See page 25


Ronald Wolfe
Ronald Chesney
"Meet the Wife" theme by:
Russ Conway
Incidental music composed and conducted by:
Dennis Wilson
Chris Pemsel
Robin Nash
Thora Hird
Freddie Frinton
Madame Yvonne:
Diana King
Mrs. Bird:
Barbara Miller
Arthur Buckley:
Keneth Thornett
Betty, the barmaid:
Barbara Keogh
The commissionaire:
David Carey
The man:
Paul Lindley
The man in queue:
Felix Bowness
The cinema manager:
Norman Atkyns

Every Monday Panorama examines the people, places, and problems that matter most to Britain and the world
Reports by Michael Charlton, Robin Day, John Morgan, James Mossman, Leonard Parkin, Trevor Philpott, Ian Trethowan.


Michael Charlton
Robin Day
John Morgan
James Mossman
Leonard Parkin
Trevor Philpot
Ian Trethowan
Associate Producer:
Richard Francis
Jeremy Isaacs

A film series starring Raymond Burr as the famous lawyer-investigator created by Erle Stanley Gardner.

One pretty girl - or two?: a problem of double identity revealing wider implications of blackmail and murder.


Character created by:
Erle Stanley Gardner
Perry Mason:
Raymond Burr
Della Street:
Barbara Hale
Paul Drake:
William Hopper
Hamilton Burger:
William Talman
Lieutenant Anderson:
Wesley Lau
Dorrie Ambler:
Mary Mitchel
Minerva Mindon:
Mary Mitchel
Joe Billings:
Phil Arthur
Sam Jasper:
Ben Cooper
Rita Jasper:
Allyson Ames
Henrietta Hull:
Marge Redmond
Del Compton:
Paul Lambert
Charles Martin

When a great city paused to honour a great man.
Tonight's film recalls the atmosphere of the State Funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, when men and women gathered for the last time, at Westminster and St. Paul's, to mourn and to remember.
See page 23


Christopher Ralling

Round the clock and round the world with up-to-the-minute coverage of what matters today.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.
Round 24 hours with Ian Trethowan, Kenneth Allsop and Robert McKenzie, Robin Day
Round 24,000 miles with Fyfe Robertson, Julian Pettifer, Michael Barratt
and the Twenty-Four Hours correspondents


Cliff Michelmore
Ian Trethowan
Kenneth Allsop
Robert McKenzie
Robin Day
Fyfe Robertson
Julian Pettifer
Michael Barratt
Deputy Editor:
Anthony Whitby
Derrick Amoore

BBC One London

About BBC One

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

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