Programme Index

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Ifan O. Williams yn, cyflwyno cantorion, offerynwyr, beirdd a dawnswyr ifainc sydd yn ymddangos o flaen y camerau am y tro eyntaf erioed
Y Gwr Gwadd, Cliff Morgan
Y telediad yng ngofal Myrfyn Owen
(Children's Television: Young Artists)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, and Crystal Palace)

(to 13.40)

Contributors

Unknown:
Cliff Morgan
Unknown:
Myrfyn Owen

The Weather Situation for farmers and growers followed by "Farming".
Introduced by Harry Hoggan.

With Harry Hoggan as guide, John Cherrington visits four farms in Strathmore, the great valley running south-west from Forfar.
Farmers: Alastair Graham, Arnbog; Sir Thomas Wedderspoon, Castleton of Eassie; Gordon and David Thompson, Kilpurnie; Robert M. Adam, Newhouse of Glamis.

(BBC film)

Contributors

Presenter:
Harry Hoggan
Presenter:
John Cherrington
Farmer:
Alastair Graham
Farmer:
Sir Thomas Wedderspoon
Farmer:
Gordon Thompson
Farmer:
David Thompson
Farmer:
Robert M. Adam
Filmed by:
Alan Harper
Film Editor:
Henry Fowler
Producer:
Hilary Phillips

A film about a boy who lives with his grandfather in the Camargue district of France-a strange landscape of shallow lakes and woods. During the day he sleeps; but at night he and the white stallion he loves roam through moonlight and shadows, hunting the animals and birds that live in this wild country.
Commentary spoken by Jacques Brunius.
(Previously shown on May 3)

Contributors

Narrator:
Jacques Brunius
English Presentation:
Peggy Miller

with Heather Harper, Bruce Trent, Marcosignori and the BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader, James Hutcheon)
Conducted by Jack Coles
From the BBC Midland Television Studio

Contributors

Soprano:
Heather Harper
Singer:
Bruce Trent
Accordionist:
null Marcosignori
Musicians:
The BBC Midland Light Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
James Hutcheon
Conductor:
Jack Coles
Designer:
Margaret Peacock
Producer:
Peter Haysom Craddy
Producer:
Philip Lewis

The members this week are: Lady Violet Bonham Carter D.B.E., Richard Harris, Alec Peterson, Lord Boothby, K.B.E.
Question-Master, Sir John Wolfenden
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 p.m.)

Contributors

Panellist:
Lady Violet Bonham Carter
Panellist:
Richard Harris
Panellist:
Alec Peterson
Panellist:
Lord Boothby
Question-Master:
Sir John Wolfenden
Producer:
John Furness

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
Fight director:
Terry Baker
David:
Robert Aldous
Ralph:
Terry Baker
Guy:
Ronald Howe
Humphrey:
Alan Mason
Gillian:
Jill Tracey
Tom Fenton:
Edward Vaughan-Scott
The Earl of Warwick:
Alan Judd
The Duke of Clarence:
Donald Oliver
Philip Fenton:
Heron Carvic
Eleanor, his wife:
Julie Webb
Landlady at inn:
Pauline Letts
Soldier at inn:
Bernard Fox
A country woman:
Constance Fraser
King Edward IV:
Michael Kilgarriff
Richard of Gloucester:
Oliver Reed

Daddy, who made God?; Why do you have to go to church, if God is everywhere?; When you die, do you feel quite different?
Two parents, Anne Allen and David Dunhill, discuss with Eleanor Yanovsky what possible answers you can give.
(The extract from 'A Cry from the Streets' by courtesy of Eros Films)

Contributors

Presenter:
Eleanor Yanovsky
Panellist:
Anne Allen
Panellist:
David Dunhill
Producer:
Oliver Hunkin

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
A weekly school report.
[Starring] Professor Jimmy Edwards
with Arthur Howard
(BBC recording, previously shown on June 9)

Contributors

Writer:
Frank Muir
Writer:
Denis Norden
Incidental music composed and conducted by:
Alan Yates
Designer:
Stanley Dorfman
Production:
Douglas Moodie
Headmaster:
Jimmy Edwards
Mr Pettigrew:
Arthur Howard

Starring Joan Regan
with her special guests David Nixon, Russ Conway, The King Brothers and The Hill Bowen Orchestra.

(David Nixon, who was specially filmed for this programme, Joan Regan, and The King Brothers are appearing in "The Big Show of 1959" at Great Yarmouth; Russ Conway is in "The Russ Conway Show" at the Grand Theatre, Llandudno)
(See page 4)

Contributors

Singer:
Joan Regan
Magician:
David Nixon
Pianist:
Russ Conway
Singers:
The King Brothers
Musicians:
The Hill Bowen Orchestra
Designer:
Marilyn Roberts
Production:
Francis Essex

(See panel and page 3)
(Martin Miller is appearing in "Once More, with Feeling" at the New Theatre, London)

A play by Robert Ardrey.
[starring] Peggy Ashcroft with Alan Webb, Noel Willman, Eric Porter, Martin Miller

The action of the play takes place in and near Budapest, between the years 1944 and 1956.

Contributors

Writer:
Robert Ardrey
Producer:
Michael Barry
Designer:
Reece Pemberton
The Author:
Charles Houston
Julia Rajk:
Peggy Ashcroft
Janos Kadar:
Alan Webb
Laszlo Rajk:
Eric Porter
Viktor Babits:
Raymond Adamson
Capt. Gyula Szabo:
Norman Mitchell
Erno Gero:
Noel Willman
Matyas Rakosi:
Martin Miller
Julia's mother:
Ann Tirard
Doctor:
Roger Snowdon
Gabor Peter:
Bartlett Mullins
Col. Vladimir Farkas:
Laurie Main
Mrs. Kovacs:
Lilian Moubrey
Laszlo Rajk, Junior:
John Pike
Sandor Horvath:
John Wood
Student:
Margaret Wolfit
Imre Nagy:
Bruce Wightman
Yuri Andropov:
Steve Plytas
[Actor]:
Louis Adams
[Actor]:
John Berger
[Actress]:
Gisela Birke
[Actor]:
Paul Bogdan
[Actor]:
Walter Brown
[Actor]:
William Lyon Brown
[Actor]:
Keith Buckley
[Actor]:
Peter Noel Cook
[Actor]:
Michael Da Costa
[Actor]:
Ronald Govey
[Actor]:
Raymond Graham
[Actress]:
Nanette Green
[Actor]:
Brian Harrison
[Actor]:
Denys Hawthorne
[Actor]:
Bill Horsley
[Actor]:
Richard Huggett
[Actor]:
Ian Hughes
[Actress]:
Maisie MacFarquhar
[Actor]:
Simon Oates
[Actress]:
Mary Ellen Ray
[Actor]:
Michael Robbins
[Actor]:
Gabor Weiner
[Actor]:
Sam Woodcock
[Actor]:
George Zenios

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