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O Johnstown, Rhos
Ymunwn a'r gynulleidfa yn Eglwys y Santes Fair, Johnstown, Plwyf Rhosllannerchrugog, ger Wrecsam. Arweinir y gwasanaeth gan y Ficer, y Parch. J. Williams Jones
Corfeistr, Cliff Thedford
Organyddion, Phyllis Williams ac Arthur Ellis
Darllenir y Llithiau gan John Gilpin (Yr emynauallan o Emynau'r Eglwys) (Darlledir y gwasanaeth hwn hefyd ar Radio-Sain yn Rhaglen Cymru)
(Morning Service from St. Mary's Church, Johnstown, Rhos)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield and Crystal Palace)
(to 12.00)

Contributors

Unknown:
Phyllis Williams
Unknown:
Arthur Ellis
Unknown:
John Gilpin

A special edition.
Introduced by John Cherrington.
(All transmitters)

Contributors

Presenter/Commentator (Sheep):
John Cherrington
Commentator (Cattle):
John Cumber
Commentator (Pigs):
Philip Wrixon
Commentator (Poultry Equipment):
Dr. W.P. Blount
Commentator (Machinery):
John Hawkins
Commentator (Produce):
Richard Martyr
Commentator (Roving Commission):
Hew Watt
Film Cameraman:
Roy Fogwell
Film Cameraman:
John Bird
Film Cameraman:
W. Morris
Film Editor:
Henry Fowler
Film Editor:
Bill Brind
Producer:
Hilary Phillips

A journey made along the canals of Amsterdam on the occasion of the State Visit to Holland of His Majesty King Baudouin of Belgium.
Outside broadcast and film cameras of the Dutch and Belgian Television Services cover the Royal Route from the Town Hall to the Rijksmuseum, and show some of the world-famous paintings there.
(BBC recording of the programme presented by the Dutch Television Service last Wednesday)

Contributors

Commentator (in Amsterdam):
Alun Williams

A Way of Life?
A Social Necessity?
An Intolerable Eyesore?
More than a quarter of a million people live permanently in caravans. This programme gives an impression of residential caravan life, the kind of people who choose it, and the social problems they create.
Introduced by Tom Salmon direct from a Devon caravan site.
(BBC recording)
See page 4

Contributors

Presenter:
Tom Salmon
Film sequences:
The West Region Film Unit
Producer:
Peter Bale

The members this week are: Sir Ifor Evans, Sylvia Thompson, Lord Taylor of Harlow, The Rev. Leslie Weatherhead, Ph.D.
Question-Master, Sir John Wolfenden

(A sound recording can be heard in the Home Service on Tuesday at 4.0 p.m.)

Contributors

Question-Master:
Sir John Wolfenden
Panellist:
Sir Ifor Evans
Panellist:
Sylvia Thompson
Panellist:
Lord Taylor of Harlow
Panellist:
The Rev. Leslie Weatherhead
Producer:
John Furness

David Attenborough continues his journey across the desolate plains and swamps of the Gran Chaco to visit one of the isolated patches of scrub and cactus that provide shelter for many of the Chaco animals.
(BBC recording, previously shown on April 17)

Contributors

Presenter/Producer:
David Attenborough
Filmed by:
Charles Lagus
Film Editor:
Robert Walter
Studio Direction:
Brian Branston

by Constance Cox.
A story of The Wars of the Roses.
A serial in six parts.

Contributors

Writer:
Constance Cox
Producer:
Kevin Sheldon
Designer:
Susan Spence
Film cameraman:
Leonard Newson
Film editor:
Valerie Best
Philip Fenton:
Heron Carvic
Eleanor, his wife:
Julie Webb
Tom Fenton:
Edward Vaughan-Scott
Simon Chandler:
Ronald Fraser
Gillian:
Jill Tracey
Alice Chandler:
Mary Miller
Humphrey:
Alan Mason
David:
Robert Aldous
Ralph:
Terry Baker
Guy:
Ronald Howe
The Earl of Warwick:
Alan Judd
The Duke of Clarence:
Donald Oliver
King Edward IV:
Michael Kilgarriff
Richard of Gloucester:
Oliver Reed

by Dorothy Lang
Adapted for television by Michael Voysey
[Starring] Michael Hordern and Pamela Alan
with Laurence Hardy

The play is set on the outskirts of Sheman, in the Middle East.
From the BBC's West of England television studio
(See top of page and page 5)

Contributors

Author:
Dorothy Lang
Adapted by:
Michael Voysey
Designer:
Desmond Chinn
Producer:
Brandon Acton-Bond
Rashid:
John Dimech
Ismail:
Ishaq Bux
Peter Dirk-Smith:
Laurence Hardy
Frances Lammering:
Pamela Alan
Lancelot Budd:
Robert Lang
Bonny:
Noel Dyson
Maurice Lammering:
Michael Hordern

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