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Atebir nifer o gwestiynau gan:
Y Parchedig Trebor Lloyd Evans
Y Tra Pharchedig Ddr. H. Islwyn Davies
Deon Bangor R. Gerallt Jones
(Golygydd Yr Arloeswr')
Kate Roberts, D.Litt. Cadcirydd, Aneirin Talfan Davies
Y telediad yng ngofal Selwyn Roderick
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, and Crystal Palace)

(to 13.50)

Contributors

Unknown:
Ddr. H. Islwyn Davies
Unknown:
Deon Bangor
Unknown:
R. Gerallt Jones
Unknown:
Kate Roberts,
Unknown:
D.Litt. Cadcirydd
Unknown:
Aneirin Talfan Davies
Unknown:
Selwyn Roderick

A weekly agricultural magazine for those who live by the land.
Introduced by Eric Lamming.

Intensive Methods with Sheep and Beef Cattle
Modern intensive methods of livestock husbandry have put to test the old saying that a sheep's worst enemy is another sheep. In this programme some of the best systems in use today with sheep and beef cattle, and some of the pitfalls to be avoided are examined.
Participants:
Professor M. Mc G. Cooper, Dean of Agriculture, Durham University
R. M. C. Jeffreys, Chillingham, Newtown, Northumberland
The Television Vet
Film sequences by the Agricultural Film unit
From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

Presenter:
Eric Lamming
Participant:
Professor M. Mc G. Cooper
Participant:
R. M. C. Jeffreys
Participant:
The Television Vet [name uncredited]
Film cameraman:
John Bird
Producer:
Hilary Phillips

Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader Paul Beard)
Gyorgy Cziffra (piano)
Concerto Grosso, No.3...Handel

Douglas Whittaker (flute), Paul Beard (violin), Charles Spinks (harpsichord continuo)
Piano Concerto No.1, in E flat...Liszt
Overture: Der Freischutz...Weber

Introduced by Alec Robertson
Before an invited audience in BBC Studio 1, Maida Vale
Simultaneously broadcast in the Home Service
(Gyorgy Cziffra appears by arrangement with S.A. Gorlinsky Ltd.)

Contributors

Presenter:
Alec Robertson
Conductor:
Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt
Musicians:
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra leader/Violinist:
Paul Beard
Pianist:
Gyorgy Cziffra
Flautist:
Douglas Whittaker
Harpsichord continuo:
Charles Spinks

meets this afternoon to answer your questions.
The members this week are:
Dr. J. Bronowski, Hugh Trevor-Roper, H.C. Longuet-Higgins, F.R.S., Sir John Wolfenden
Question-master, Norman Fisher
Questions should be addressed to: 'The Brains Trust', [address removed]
(A sound recording can be heard in the Home Service on Tuesday at 4.0)

Contributors

Question-Master:
Norman Fisher
Panellist:
Dr. J. Bronowski
Panellist:
Hugh Trevor-Roper
Panellist:
H.C. Longuet-Higgins
Panellist:
Sir John Wolfenden
Producer:
John Furness

A play for television in five parts by Felix Felton and Susan Ashman.
Adapted from the novel by E. S. Ellis.

Contributors

Adapter:
Felix Felton
Adapter:
Susan Ashman
Author:
E. S. Ellis
Fight arranger:
Peter Diamond
Director:
Patrick Dowling
Producer:
Rex Tucker
Silas Sutherland:
Thomas Heathcote
Alice, his daughter:
Ann Hanslip
Polly, his wife:
Brenda Dunrich
Scipio:
Joseph Layode
Brayton Ripley:
Derek Aylward
Mul-Keep-Mo:
Ewen Solon
Simon Kenton:
Patrick Troughton
Hugh Sutherland:
Peter Welch
Corwin:
John Mahoney
The Owl:
Bruce Stewart
Other parts played by:
Ray Marioni
Other parts played by:
Leslie Goby
Other parts played by:
Sidney Calvin
Other parts played by:
Norman Morris
Other parts played by:
Peter Diamond
Other parts played by:
Edward Vaughan-Scott
Other parts played by:
James Fitzgerald
Other parts played by:
Nicholas Shiafkalis
Other parts played by:
James Alexander

The second of two programmes about the British Sunday and the way people keep it.
Why should we keep Sunday?; How should we keep Sunday?
Tom Driberg looks for some answers to these and other questions with the help of Frank Martin, Vicar of Mylor and Tom Farrell the athlete and Olympic hurdler.
From the BBC's West of England television studio

Contributors

Presenter:
Tom Driberg
Guest:
Frank Martin
Guest:
Tom Farrell
Producer:
Kenneth Savidge

on behalf of The National Marriage Guidance Council by Richard Dimbleby.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be sent to Richard Dimbleby, National Marriage Guidance Council, [address removed]
The tragedy of broken marriage is difficult to understand if you are happily married yourself. But it matters to all of us, especially to the children involved. The National Marriage Guidance Council's trained workers help thousands of couples each year who seek sympathetic aid in building or rebuilding successful marriages and happy homes.

Contributors

Presenter:
Richard Dimbleby

Television's most popular panel game.
With Isobel Barnett, Gilbert Harding, Cyril Fletcher and a guest.
In the chair, Eamonn Andrews

("What's My Line?" was devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman and is televised by arrangement with CBS and Maurice Winnick)

Contributors

Panellist:
Isobel Barnett
Panellist:
Gilbert Harding
Panellist:
Cyril Fletcher
Chairman:
Eamonn Andrews
Devised by:
Mark Goodson
Devised by:
Bill Todman
Producer:
John Warrington

A cycle of four plays written for television by Lynn Foster.
The action takes place in Australia from 1899-1903.

(BBC recording)
(Rodney Diak appears by permission of Ealing M.G.M. Artists Ltd.)

Contributors

Writer:
Lynn Foster
Producer:
Gerard Glaister
Designer:
John Cooper
Polly Selway:
Peggy Marshall
Nell Selway:
Susanna Carroll
Vicky Selway:
Moira Redmond
Jack Selway:
Richard Warner
David Spencer:
Laurence Hardy
Jonathan Selway:
Reginald Gillam
Luke Selway:
Rodney Diak
Harry Selway:
Peter Soule
Ted Selway:
Leon Peers
Andy Cameron:
James Copeland
Mrs. Cameron:
Betty Henderson
Alison Cameron:
Ellen McIntosh
Mick Dooley:
Donal Donnelly

Sir Malcolm Sargent recalls his early and lasting enthusiasm for Gilbert and Sullivan, Operetta and conducts The Philharmonia Orchestra
(Leader, Hugh Bean)
Elsie Morison (soprano), Alexander Young (tenor), James Milligan (baritone) before an invited audience.
(Next programme in the series: March 8)

(The Gilbert and Sullivan items broadcast by permission of Bridget D'Oyly Carte)
See page 4

Contributors

Presenter/Conductor:
Sir Malcolm Sargent
Musicians:
The Philharmonia Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Hugh Bean
Soprano:
Elsie Morison
Tenor:
Alexander Young
Baritone:
James Milligan
Producer:
Christian Simpson
Producer:
Walter Todds

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