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John Anderson shows how plant breeders have developed different strains of wheat for different purposes. In a filmed visit to the Cereals Research Station you see how the scientist tests the properties of flour milled from the various types of grain.
(BBC recording of last Wednesday's programme)
(to 11.45)

Contributors

Presenter:
John Anderson
Producer:
F. R. Elwell

Adapted from the history plays of William Shakespeare and produced by Ronald Eyre.
[Starring] Roger Livesey, Robert Harris, William Squire, Colin Jeavons, George Benson
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Author:
William Shakespeare
Adapted by/Producer:
Ronald Eyre
Battle arranged by:
John Greenwood
Music composed by:
Kenneth Leighton
Falstaff:
Roger Livesey
King Henry IV:
Robert Harris
Pistol:
William Squire
Prince Henry:
Colin Jeavons
Bardolph:
George Benson
Westmoreland/Others taking part:
Jerome Willis
Others taking part:
Geoffrey Taylor
Others taking part:
Robert James
Others taking part:
David Webb
Blunt/Others taking part:
Noel Johnson
Others taking part:
Richard Beale
Others taking part:
Esmond Webb
Poins/Others taking part:
Eric Thompson
Nym/Others taking part:
Roderick Cook
Others taking part:
Brian Drew
Others taking part:
Michael Wells
Others taking part:
Colin Vancao
Others taking part:
Jeremy Young
Others taking part:
Jonathan White
Others taking part:
Edward Brooks
Others taking part:
Henry Soskin
Others taking part:
David Ludman
Others taking part:
Patrick Milner
Others taking part:
Patrick Duffy
Others taking part:
William Patenall
Others taking part:
Brian Moorehead
Others taking part:
Richard Holden

Holidays: 4: Coach Tours Abroad
Film taken in Luxembourg, Germany, and Switzerland of coach parties en route with John Lindsay who puts questions to experts and holidaymakers about bookings, costs and touring experiences.

3.20 Report from Paris
Introduced by Robin Scott.
From the studio of Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise

(to 15.35)

Contributors

Presenter (Holidays):
John Lindsay
Producer (Holidays):
Monica Sims
Presenter (Report from Paris):
Robin Scott

(Conclusion)
The story of Louis Pasteur by Nesta Pain
With Hugh David as Pasteur
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Writer:
Nesta Pain
Producer:
Rex Tucker
Music composed by:
John Hotchkis
Film Cameraman:
Leonard Newson
Film Editor:
Ron de Mattos
Louis Pasteur:
Hugh David
Marie Pasteur:
Margaret Barton
Zizi:
Frances Guthrie
Animal attendant:
David Webb
Chairman of Commission:
John Miller
Dr. Vulpian:
Willoughby Gray
Madame Meister:
Nan Marriott-Watson
Joseph Meister:
David Langford
Roux:
Alan Edwards
Madame Pelletier:
Brenda Dunrich
Louise Pelletier:
Lesley Howell
Commission Member:
Brian Bellamy
Commission Member:
Leon Peers
Commission Member:
Nicholas Grimshaw

Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - People
Cinema - Theatre - Argument
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith and this week, Rory McEwen

Contributors

Presenter:
Cliff Michelmore
Reporter:
Derek Hart
Reporter:
Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Singer/guitarist:
Rory McEwen
Producer:
Donald Baverstock

from the BBC's Welsh Studio, Cardiff.
A general knowledge contest based on the sound programme 'What Do You Know?'
Each week a new team of challengers from a different part of Britain competes against the resident team.
This week:
The Residents
Mitzi Cunliffe, Edward Moult, Arthur Maddocks
v.
Wales
Marguerite Bird, Daniel Evans, Cynric Mytton-Davies
Chairman, Franklin Engelmann

Contributors

Panellist (The Residents):
Mitzi Cunliffe
Panellist (The Residents):
Edward Moult
Panellist (The Residents):
Arthur Maddocks
Panellist (Wales):
Marguerite Bird
Panellist (Wales):
Daniel Evans
Panellist (Wales):
Cynric Mytton-Davies
Chairman:
Franklin Engelmann
Questions arranged and compiled by:
John P. Wynn
Producer:
Ned Sherrin

(From the BBC's North of England studio)
(see page 4)

Contributors

Writer:
C.S. Abraham
Designer:
Kenneth Lawson
Production:
Vivian A. Daniels
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - Captain Thorr:
Fred Johnson
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - First Officer Furlong:
Philip Latham
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - Second Officer Eifor Prentiss:
Barry Letts
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - Third Officer Sibble:
Ian Keill
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - Chief Radio Officer Franks:
Leonard Williams
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - Second Radio Officer Easter Wildgoose:
Aleksander Browne
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - First Quartermaster:
David Scase
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - Second Quartermaster:
David Crane
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - Third Quartermaster:
Christopher Dyer
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - Boatswain:
Anthony Hartwell
Aboard the S.S. Ghislaine - Lookout:
Ernest Hawtin
Aboard the S.S. Ghibiline - Captain Gallacher:
Wilfred Harrison
Aboard the S.S. Ghibiline - Second Officer Bryn Prentiss:
Alan Helm

A monthly series in which Outside Broadcast and film cameras tell how one incident can change one person's life.

Sarmite, daughter of a once wealthy Latvian family, tells Hywel Davies how, from a Displaced Persons' Camp in Germany, she came to be at Nottingham University through the venture in faith of an English schoolmistress.

In a camp in Germany Christopher Chataway hears about the problems of ten thousand other children of displaced persons, who have no future.
Film sequences by the BBC Film Unit, Scotland
See page 5

Contributors

Reporter:
Hywel Davies
Reporter:
Christopher Chataway
Outside Broadcast Producer (At an Ockenden School in England):
Charles Clifford
Outside Broadcast Producer (At Lubeck Camp in Germany):
Noble Wilson
Cameraman (BBC Film Unit, Scotland):
David Hanley
Editor (BBC Film Unit, Scotland):
Fred Senior
Programme arranged by:
James Buchan

introduces The Trio
Max Jaffa (violin), Reginald Kilbey (cello), Jack Byfield (piano), The Linden Singers
Conductor, William Llewellyn

Contributors

Presenter/violinist:
Max Jaffa
Cellist:
Reginald Kilbey
Pianist:
Jack Byfield
Singers:
The Linden Singers
Conductor:
William Llewellyn
Producer:
Christian Simpson

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