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9.38 People of Many Lands: Germany: Mainz am Rhein
(Colour)

10.0 Television Club: The Visitor
by John Tully

10.25-10.45 Llenyddiaeth: Kate Roberts: 2: Ymdriniaeth gan
Derec Llwyd Morgan sy'n rhoi sylw arbennig i 'Tywyll Heno' a 'Ffair Gaeaf '. Cynhyrchydd R. Dilwyn Jones
(I Ysgolion Cymru: Literature)

11.5-11.25 Scene: Hijack

11.35 Music Time

Contributors

Producer (People of Many Lands):
Peggie Broadhead
Writer (Television Club):
John Tully
Unknown:
Derec Llwyd Morgan
Unknown:
R. Dilwyn Jones

A comedy adventure series featuring a gang of children whose extraordinary adventures are hatched in a disused London Transport double decker bus.

Featuring Frank Thornton as the TV producer and Michael Sharvell-Martin as the TV announcer

Contributors

Screenplay:
Peter Miller
Director:
Harry Booth
Producer:
Roy Simpson
Tiger:
Debbie Russ
Brains:
Michael Audreson
Scooper:
Peter Firth
Doughnut:
Douglas Simmonds
Billie:
Gillian Bailey
Spring:
Brinsley Forde
Albert:
Melvyn Hayes
TV producer:
Frank Thornton
TV announcer:
Michael Sharvell-Martin

Raymond Baxter introduces a weekly report on the latest ideas, inventions and discoveries in the swiftly changing world of science, technology and medicine, and examines how the scientific advances of today are likely to affect you tomorrow.
With James Burke

Contributors

Presenter:
Raymond Baxter
Presenter:
James Burke
Producer:
Brian Johnson
Producer:
Andrew Wiseman
Producer:
Vic Hughes
Editor:
Lawrence Wade

Another tale from the frontier of the Great American West
A film series starring James Drury as The Virginian

With a savage range war about to break out, a friend of Trampas signs on at Shiloh-but he is a professional gunslinger who owes his allegiance to the enemy.

Contributors

The Virginian:
James Drury
Trampas:
Doug McClure
Clay Grainger:
John McIntire
Ryker:
Clu Gulager
Jed Matthews:
Steve Ihnat
Abby Kiefer:
Brenda Scott
Ron Kiefer:
Sammy Jackson
Yeager:
Stuart Margolin
Tallman:
Walter Coy

Written by Eric Sykes
Starring Eric Sykes and Hattie Jacques
Special guest Ian Wallace
with Philip Gilbert, Roland McLeod, Tommy Godfrey, Queenie Watts, Winifred Sabine, Stuart Sherwin, Larry Martyn, Carmen Dene, Robin Humphreys, Mary Dickie

Like everybody else who's utterly unmusical, Eric has long nursed an ambition to conduct a prom concert and tonight's the night. But a funny thing happened to him on the way to the Albert Hall.

Contributors

Writer:
Eric Sykes
Musical Direction:
Ken Jones
Design:
Geoffrey Patterson
Director:
Harold Snoad
Producer:
Dennis Main Wilson
Comedian:
Eric Sykes
[Actress]:
Hattie Jacques
Singer:
Ian Wallace
[Actor]:
Philip Gilbert
[Actor]:
Roland McLeod
[Actor]:
Tommy Godfrey
[Actress]:
Queenie Watts
[Actress]:
Winifred Sabine
[Actor]:
Stuart Sherwin
[Actor]:
Larry Martyn
[Actress]:
Carmen Dene
[Actor]:
Robin Humphreys
[Actress]:
Mary Dickie

Wide screen adventure with Big John in his greatest roles
Tonight John Wayne stars with Maureen O'Hara, Yvonne de Carlo

John Wayne plays George Washington McLintock, cattle baron, banker and town boss, in this lively Western which blends comedy with action. The only flaw in his prosperous, successful life is a matrimonial rift, and when his wife - the beautiful Maureen O'Hara - returns to find a lovely widowed housekeeper (Yvonne de Carlo) the sparks begin to fly. What with troubles in the town and some of the wildest fights ever filmed, McLintock has trouble all the way.
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Director:
Andrew V. McLaglen
Producer:
Michael Wayne
McLintock:
John Wayne
Katherine McLintock:
Maureen O'Hara
Louise Warren:
Yvonne de Carlo
Devlin Warren:
Patrick Wayne
Becky McLintock:
Stefanie Powers
Birnbaum:
Jack Kruschen
Drago:
Chill Wills
Matt Douglas Jr:
Jerry van Dyke
Bunny Dull:
Edgar Buchanan
Ben Sage:
Bruce Cabot
Davey Elk:
Perry Lopez

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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