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Heddiw

BBC One Wales

Written by Dick Sharples
Starring Nigel Stock, Justine Lord, Isla Blair
Guest star Gladys Cooper

Miss Vey receives an offer from a publisher.
(from Birmingham)

Contributors

Writer:
Dick Sharples
Serial created by:
Donald Bull
Script Editor:
Christopher Bond
Designer:
Michael Edwards
Producer:
Bill Sellars
Director:
Noel Lidiard-White
Dr Thomas Owens:
Nigel Stock
Dr David Owens:
Drewe Henley
Dr Liz McNeal:
Justine Lord
Mrs Groom:
Pamela Duncan
Dr Linda Carpenter:
Isla Blair
Det-Insp Sloane:
Kenton Moore
Jack Stockton:
Peter Gilmore
Meg Owens:
Joan Newell
Robert Thurlow:
Robert Brown
Beth Fisher:
Helen Cotterill
Harry Fisher:
Stephen Yardley
Celia Thurlow:
Pauline Yates
Harriet Vey:
Gladys Cooper
Giles Curtis:
Charles Bowden
Lacey:
Raymond Bowers
Sylvia Orient:
Gwendolyn Watts
Daphne Curtis:
Pauline Letts
Ronald Curtis:
John Dawson

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A Question of Sport

BBC One Wales

This week: Space Seed
A derelict spaceship from another age drifts aimlessly across the path of the USS Enterprise bearing the survivors of a past civilisation. Only after boarding does Captain Kirk realise why his challenge goes unanswered.

Contributors

Captain Kirk:
William Shatner
Mr Spock:
Leonard Nimoy
Kahn:
Ricardo Montalban
Lt Maria McGivers:
Madlyn Rhue
Dr McCoy:
De Forest Kelley
Uhura:
Nichelle Nichols
Scott:
James Doohan
Spinelll:
Blaisdell Makee

by Carey Harrison
[Starring] Barra Grant as Lulie, Carolyn Seymour as Jenny, Liza Goddard as Victoria
with Anna Cropper as Ida

Having travelled 3,000 miles from America to see her boyfriend, Lulie begins to find out how much he has changed.

Contributors

Writer:
Carey Harrison
Music:
The Pentangle
Script Editor:
Mark Lushington
Producer:
Michael Hayes
Director:
Barry Davis
Lulie:
Barra Grant
Jenny:
Carolyn Seymour
Victoria:
Liza Goddard
Businessman:
Terence Brady
Jimmy:
Neville Aurelius
Henry:
Douglas Fisher
Andrew:
Anton Darby
Stephen:
Robert Sessions
Deanie:
Ann Curthoys
Joy:
Joy Hope
Harry:
Henry Moxon
Anne:
Anne de Vigier
Judith:
Judith Bellis
Christo:
Barry Creyton
Claire:
Nina Baden-Semper
Ida:
Anna Cropper

features Association Football and World Ice Hockey

David Coleman is the commentator at one of the leading soccer matches from the evening's fixture list.

Action highlights from one of the key matches in the World Ice Hockey championships in Geneva where Russia, the world champions, defend the title against the challenge of Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Finland, Sweden and the USA
Presented by the Swiss TV Service

News, views, action and analysis from the world of sport at home and abroad.

Contributors

Presenter/Commentator (Association Football):
David Coleman
Television Presentation:
Alec Weeks
Commentator (World Ice Hockey):
Alan Weeks
Producer:
Jonathan Martin
Editor:
Sam Leitch

talking with Kenneth Harris

Dean Acheson - the man responsible for the shaping of American foreign policy in the critical years following the last war. In 1941 he gave up a successful law practice to join the State Department in the Roosevelt Administration. President Truman made him Secretary of State in 1949 and he faced the most testing time of his career.
What was the mood of America in the 1940s? Would the USA have come into the war but for the bombing of Pearl Harbour? What happened when Prime Minister Attlee flew to Washington to stop the use of the atomic bomb in Korea? Did the USA misjudge completely the possibilities of co-operation with the Russians at the end of World War Two? How did he react to the anti-communist witch-hunting of the McCarthy era?
Dean Acheson talks frankly to Kenneth Harris about his term of office as Secretary of State.
(Radio Times People: page 5)

Contributors

Interviewee:
Dean Acheson
Interviewer:
Kenneth Harris
Producer:
John Walker

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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