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9.38 Out of the Past: Man-Made Mounds

10.0 Look and Read

10.25-10.45 Growth of Modern Wales: Leaving the farm
Written and produced by Elwyn Thomas
With Brinley Jenkins, Anita Morgan, Huw Davies, Talfryn Thomas, Hubert Rees
(For Schools in Wales)

11.5-11.25 Scene: Shop Around

11.35 Music Time


Writer/Producer (Growth of Modern Wales):
Elwyn Thomas
Designer (Growth of Modern Wales):
Peter Phillips
Brinley Jenkins
Anita Morgan
Huw Davies
Talfryn Thomas
Hubert Rees

Raymond Baxter introduces a weekly report on the whole fast-changing world of science, medicine and technology that will alter tomorrow.
With James Burke


Raymond Baxter
James Burke
William Woollard
Michael Rodd
Brian Johnson
Christopher Riley
Lawrence Wade

Regional Variations (2)

Brand-new adventures of the foreman from Shiloh and his friends as they ride the ranges of the Great American West, starring James Drury as The Virginian

The sight of the sombre figure leaving the stage at Medicine Bow sends a shiver of apprehension through the town and causes more than misgivings in certain citizens. Even the Virginian is not immune from the menace of the man and finds him a formidable foe.



The Virginian:
James Drury
Frank Hammel:
Herb Jeffries
Mel Dover:
John Kellogg
Albert Morgan:
Kevin Hagen
William Fawcett
Ben Cooper:
Douglas Henderson
Mrs Perry:
Frances Spaniel
Joey Perry:
Robbie Moore

Written by David Climie and Austin Steele
Starring The Bachelors: Con Cluskey, Dec Cluskey, John Stokes

To raise money to rebuild their local pub, and with the help of an illicit still, the boys hold a Ceilidhe with chaotic results.



David Climie
Austin Steele
Music Associate:
Dennis Wilson
Anthony Thorpe
Roger Race
Con Cluskey
Dec Cluskey
John Stokes
Lord Brentwood:
Robert Keegan
Tommy Godfrey
Dan Meaden
Len Lowe
Lennard Pearce
Club owner:
Rudolph Walker
Ritchie Stewart
Bill Pertwee
Philip James

Regional Variations (3)

Deryn Diarth

BBC One Wales

Look - Mike Yarwood!

BBC One Scotland

Scenes from the early comedy talkies introduced by Frank Muir From the National Film Theatre
With Tommy Trinder, Claude Hulbert, Stanley Lupino, Bobby Howes, and George Formby.
Films by courtesy of EMI Elstree Studios Ltd, and National Film Archive


Frank Muir
Film Consultant/Associate Producer:
Raymond Rohauer
Richard Evans

The question of entry to the European Community - the great political and economic debate of the 70s will be hammered out in all the crucial areas:
Living Standards
The Economy
Britain's independence and influence
Future prospects

The motion: That Britain should now join the Common Market
Leading the case in favour:
Rt Hon Christopher Chataway, MP Minister of Posts and Telecommunications
with Rt Hon Harold Lever, MP former Labour Treasury Minister
David Steel, MP, Liberal Chief Whip
Leading the case against:
Rt Hon Barbara Castle, MP former Labour Secretary of State for Employment with Edward Taylor, MP former Conservative Under-Secretary, Scottish Office
Rt Hon Peter Shore, MP former Labour Minister

Both sides will call witnesses to support, and cross-examine each other's witnesses. Available to them will be questions sent in by the public. In studios around the country a selected audience of over 1,000 people chosen as a sample of the British Public. Before the programme their views on various aspects of British entry have been polled, and will be outlined as each area is argued.
After all the arguments the sample audience will vote to show whether they now support or oppose entry. A computer will process the answers and the result of the Great Debate will be announced.
In the chair Robin Day



Panellist (For):
Rt Hon Christopher Chataway
Panellist (For):
Rt Hon Harold Lever
Panellist (For):
David Steel
Panellist (Against):
Rt Hon Barbara Castle
Panellist (Against):
Edward Taylor
Panellist (Against):
Rt Hon Peter Shore
Robin Day
Alex Saward
Michael Bukht
John Dekker

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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