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I Lanbedr-pont-Stephan yr wytrnos hon daeth lluoedd o blant o bob rhan o Gymru i gystadlu ar ganu, adrodd a dawnsio a phob math o gystadleuthau eraill, yn Eisteddfod Genedlaethol yr Urdd.
Heddiw, y mae'r camerau yn Mhabell yr Eisteddfod a chewch weld a chlywed rhai o'r cystadleuthau.
Y telediad yng ngofal Ifan O. Williams
(A visit to the Welsh League of Youth Eisteddfod at Lampeter)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)

(to 13.55)


Ifan O. Williams

Family Affairs

The Child and the Court
Winifred Cavenagh discusses her new book on Juvenile Court procedure with Peggy Jay.

Posture and Growth in Children
An orthopaedic surgeon and a doctor discuss the importance of correct posture as a foundation of good health.
Introduced by Anne Allen.

3.15 Cookery Club
Marguerite Patten introduces the winner of this month's Cookery Club Competition and demonstrates her recipe for a Soft Fruit Summer Pudding.

(to 15.30)


Interviewee (The Child and the Court):
Winifred Cavenagh
Interviewee (The Child and the Court):
Peggy Jay
Speaker (Posture and Growth in Children):
An orthopaedic surgeon [name uncredited]
Speaker (Posture and Growth in Children):
A doctor [name uncredited]
Presenter (Family Affairs):
Anne Allen
Producer (Family Affairs):
Beryl Radley
Presenter/Cook (Cookery Club):
Marguerite Patten
Producer (Cookery Club):
Ann Shead

A programme in which Vera meets again Semprini
The Lynnettes and The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes
Her guests this week include: The London Oboe Quartet and The Playboys
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Vera Lynn
null Semprini
The Lynnettes
The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes
The London Oboe Quartet
The Playboys
Orchestra conducted by:
Woolf Phillips
Orchestra leader:
David McCallum
Marilyn Roberts
Choreographer/Associate Producer:
Leslie Roberts
Albert Stevenson

A dramatic story for television with Sandra Dorne, Charles Houston and Harry H. Corbett.
A Langham Group Production
(Penelope Horner appears by permission of Sydney Box)

The title of tonight's play comes from the short novel by Turgenev, though the treatment and presentation of the story sets it in any city today. It is a story of passion in which, almost in spite of himself, a young man falls in love. His love grows and is encouraged in the warm and friendly atmosphere of the girl's home: but he meets another woman - more experienced, possessed of great voluptuous charm-and finds himself completely captivated by her...
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Charles Houston
Penelope Horner
Mrs. Connor:
Irene Prador
Mr. Connor:
Wilfrid Brambell
Mr. Robertson:
Harry Morris
Harry H. Corbett
The Princess:
Sandra Dorne
Eric Rogers

introduced and accompanied by Gerald Moore.
Tonight the great German baritone makes his British television debut in a programme of songs by Schubert.

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, who is now in his early thirties, is regarded as the world's greatest Lieder singer. It was not until he was twenty, when he became a Prisoner of War of the Americans in Italy, that he began to study singing intensively. He learned most of his repertoire in Italy, and had his first semi-professional experience singing at camp concerts. On his release in 1947 he immediately took up concert work, and made such an impression that the following year he was appointed principal lyric baritone at the Berlin Opera where he still spends a part of each year.
(BBC recording)


Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Gerald Moore
Presented by:
Walter Todds

George King believes he is in touch with intelligences from other planets. He claims to receive messages from outer space concerning vital problems facing the people of this earth.
He discusses his experiences with A Consultant Psychiatrist and An Analytical Psychologist.


George King
A Consultant Psychiatrist [name uncredited]
An Analytical Psychologist [name uncredited]
Hugh Burnett

BBC Television

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