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Liverpool Cathedral commemorating the turning point in the Battle of the Atlantic, May 1943. This annual commemoration is held in the presence of Service Officers and Civic leaders. Conducted by the Dean, VERY REV EDWARD PATEY Preacher
The Dean of Belfast,
VERY REV REV SAMUEL B. CROOKS Commentary by GEOFFREY WHEELER
THE FANFARE SECTION OF THE
LIVERPOOL AND BOOTLE
CONSTABULARY BAND Organist
NOEL RAWSTHORNE
Choir director RONALD WOAN
Television presentation STEWART CROSS

Contributors

Unknown:
Edward Patey
Unknown:
Rev Samuel B. Crooks
Commentary By:
Geoffrey Wheeler

3: God Save Ireland
Two traditions - one parliamentary and one revolutionary - developed side by side in Irish political life during the 19th century. Both are still alive today.
Director BRIGIT BARRY
Producer HOWARD SMITH
Book (satne title) £2.20, from bookshops

Contributors

Director:
Brigit Barry
Producer:
Howard Smith

Regional Variations (2)

Farming in Wales

BBC One Wales

' £35 for 35 hours
One of the demands that farm-workers will be making at their .Conference next week. How do present-day realities compare?
Producer JOHN KENYON (from Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers

Contributors

Producer:
John Kenyon

Eyes in the Night
Most drivers in Britain, and a good many overseas, owe at least some debt of gratitude to cats' eyes - and their inventor, Percy Shaw , who has just celebrated his 84th birthday.
Reporter CLIVE JACOBS
Producer MICHAEL PRIESTLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Percy Shaw
Reporter:
Clive Jacobs
Producer:
Michael Priestley

A weekly look at the pleasures and problems of raising a family. Adoption
A new adoption Bill is being prepared and may very well become law this year or next. PAUL BARNES and JUDITH DAVIS ask what measures the Bill will contain and how it will affect parents' rights.
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK
Series editor EURFRON GWYNNE JONES (Repeated: Monday, 7.5 pm, BBC2)
Book tsarne titled, based on previous series, 60p, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Barnes
Unknown:
Judith Davis
Editor:
Eurfron Gwynne

Regional Variations (2)

The Wonderful World of Disney

BBC One Wales

Starring Jayne Mansfield, Cary Grant
with Suzy Parker, Leif Erickson, Ray Walston

Three war-weary naval heroes arrive in San Francisco seeking rest and recreation, but the fun begins when they get involved with some civilian profiteers.

This Week's Films: page

Contributors

Director:
Stanley Donen
Crewson:
Cary Grant
Alice:
Jayne Mansfield
Eddie Turnbill:
Leif Erickson
Gwenneth:
Suzy Parker
Mac (Lt McCann):
Ray Walston
Mississip:
Larry Blyden
CPO Ruddle:
Nathaniel Frey
Comm Wallace:
Werner Klemperer
Ensign Lewis:
Jack Mullaney
RAF Pilot:
Ben Wright
Gunner:
Michael Ross
Rountree:
Harry Carey Jr

Michael Aspel introduces your TV requests. With him in the studio this week: Percy Edwards
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Send your requests to ' Ask Aspel.' BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT.

Contributors

Introduces:
Michael Aspel
Unknown:
Percy Edwards
Producer:
Frances Whitaker

A new six-part series.
Dr Douglas Dorward , Senior Lecturer in Zoology at Monash University, Melbourne, a specialist in animal behaviour and ecology, acts as narrator, and artist John Olsen sketches on location. 5: Above the Gorge
The Nullabor Plain, in Western Australia, to see the wedge-tailed eagle, crow and mareetha parrot.
An Australian Broadcasting Commission production

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Douglas Dorward
Artist:
John Olsen

Regional Variations (2)

The Western adventure series
Starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones
with guest stars Burl Ives, Cesar Romero

Rich rancher Pat McCreedy pays Smith and Jones good money to carry out a particularly dangerous assignment. But Mr McCreedy is a great poker player...

Contributors

Smith:
Pete Duel
Jones:
Ben Murphy
[Actor]:
Burl Ives
[Actor]:
Cesar Romero

by NOEL STREATFEILD
Adapted for television in six parts by JOHN TULLY
Part 1: Three of Everything
Margaret Thursday is distressed when she learns that she has to go to an orphanage....
Orphans and schoolchildren from the BARBARA SPEAKE SCHOOL
Music composed and conducted by TOM MCCALL
Arranged by ALFRED RALSTON
Producer DOROTHEA BROOKING

Contributors

Unknown:
John Tully
Unknown:
Barbara Speake
Conducted By:
Tom McCall
Arranged By:
Alfred Ralston
Producer:
Dorothea Brooking
Margaret Thursday:
Claire Walker
Hannah:
Elsie Arnold
Miss Sylvia:
Mary Holder
Miss Selina:
Margot McCalaster
Rector:
Peter Neil
Miss Jones:
Anne Pichon
Lavinia Beresford:
Gillian Bailey
Peter Beresford:
Simon Gipps-Kent
Horatio Beresford:
David Tully
Matron:
Althea Parker
Susan:
Maxine Kalli
Winifred:
Cindy O'Callaghan
Miss Snelston:
Caroline Harris

Regional Variations (2)

Assembly Opinions

BBC One Scotland

This week:
Colin Blunstone plays live. The mystical face of karate.
And the Pirrie Book of Records joins a sedan-chair commuter scramble.
Plus reports on anything from community action to real old-fashioned religion.
Presented by ALEX DOLPHIN and ALASTAIR PIRRIE
Director BILL NICHOLSON
Producer PETER ARMSTRONG

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Blunstone
Presented By:
Alex Dolphin
Unknown:
Alastair Pirrie
Director:
Bill Nicholson
Producer:
Peter Armstrong

In this commemorative year Winston Churchill, MP appeals on behalf of the Churchill Memorial Trust an award scheme which enables men and women from all walks of life in the English-speaking world to widen their experience through travel.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Winston Churchill, MP, [address removed].

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Queen's Cross Church, Aberdeen Introduced by DOUGLAS KYNOCH with local choirs
Blessing REV DR EDMUND JONES Organist DR JAMES MCCLOY Conductor
REV PROFESSOR IAN PITT-WATSON Producer RALPH SMITH
Series producerRAYMOND SHORT BBC Scotland

Contributors

Introduced By:
Douglas Kynoch
Organist:
Dr Edmund Jones
Conductor:
Dr James McCloy
Conductor:
Rev Professor Ian Pitt-Watson
Producer:
Ralph Smith
Producer:
Raymond Short

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Jean Anderson , Patrick O'Connell Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton , Robin Chadwick Hilary Tindall , Gabrielle Drake Return to Nowhere
Ann is taken to hospital, and an anxious period ensues ... Meanwhile, Edward and Jennifer get away from it all, and Julie surprises David ... This is the last episode of the current series.
Created by GERARD GLAISTER , n. j. CRISP Designer CHARLES BOND
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director PHILIP DUDLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Jean Anderson
Unknown:
Patrick O'Connell
Unknown:
Jennifer Wilson
Unknown:
Richard Easton
Unknown:
Robin Chadwick
Unknown:
Hilary Tindall
Unknown:
Gabrielle Drake
Unknown:
Gerard Glaister
Designer:
Charles Bond
Producer:
Ken Riddington
Director:
Philip Dudley
Mary Hammond:
Jean Anderson
Edward Hammond:
Patrick O'Connell
Brian Hammond:
Richard Easton
David Hammond:
Robin Chadwick
Jennifer Kingsley:
Jennifer Wilson
Ann Hammond:
Hilary Tindall
Jill Hammond:
Gabrielle Drake
Bill Riley:
Derek Benfield
Julie Lane:
Gillian McCutcheon
Pamela Graham:
Anna Fox
Dr Johnstone:
Hilary Minster
Sister:
Bonnie Hurren
Woman in waiting room:
Edna Dore
Motor cyclist:
David Pugh
Ambulance man:
Douglas Roe

starring Charles Laughton
John Mills , Brenda de Banzie
Henry Hobson , a prosperous boot-maker, is a self-important but ineffectual domestic tyrant who spends most of his time drinking while his three daughters run his shop and home.
Producer and directorDAVID LEAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Laughton
Unknown:
John Mills
Unknown:
Brenda de Banzie
Unknown:
Henry Hobson
Director:
David Lean
Henry Horatio Hobson:
Charles Laughton
Willie Mossop:
John Mills
Maggie Hobson:
Brenda de Banzie
Alice Hobson:
Daphne Anderson
Vicky Hobson:
Prunella Scales

Omnibus presents a musical and documentary extravaganza on the Crystal Palace
Take a few stunning contemporary colour pictures of the Crystal Palace and the Great Exhibition of 1851, add the charm of Donald Swann 's music, the wit of Maurice Browning 's lyrics and the astonishing tale of the building's construction; mix them together with a cast in the studio and for 50 minutes recapture some of the Victorian magic which the great glass extravaganza symbolises. with Ann Beach as Queen Victoria David Kernan as Prince Albert
ANNA COOPER , JOSEPHINE GORDON
OLWEN HUGHES , HEATHER KAY
ANNE SALINGAR , GEOFFREY COLLINS RICHARD DAY-LEWIS , JOHN GOWER
DUDLEY STEVENS and NIGEL WAUGH as Victorian ladies and gentlemen, policemen, builders, etc.
At two pianos: Donald Swann and William Blezard
Narrator MAURICE BROWNING
Choreography DENYS PALMER Costumes ODETTE BARROW Make-up SYLVIA THORNTON Lighting PETER WESSON
Graphic designer JOHN COOK
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER
Devised/produced by KENNETH CORDEN Swann song for old Albert: page 4

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Swann
Unknown:
Maurice Browning
Unknown:
Queen Victoria David Kernan
Unknown:
Anna Cooper
Unknown:
Josephine Gordon
Unknown:
Olwen Hughes
Unknown:
Heather Kay
Unknown:
Anne Salingar
Unknown:
Geoffrey Collins
Unknown:
Richard Day-Lewis
Unknown:
John Gower
Unknown:
Dudley Stevens
Unknown:
Nigel Waugh
Pianos:
Donald Swann
Narrator:
William Blezard
Unknown:
Choreography Denys Palmer
Designer:
John Cook
Producer:
Mike Wooller
Produced By:
Kenneth Corden

William Hardcastle discusses with editors of newspapers, television and radio the issues behind the week's news.
Director jim MURRAY
Producer ELWYN PARRY-JONES

Contributors

Unknown:
William Hardcastle
Director:
Jim Murray
Producer:
Elwyn Parry-Jones

BBC One London

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