Programme Index

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Rhaglen wythnosol y Plant yn cyflwyno
'Bro Mebyd'
Bydd Ifan O. Williams yn s6n wrth rai o ddisgyblion Ysgol
Ramadeg Ardwyn, Aberystwyth, am eu diddordebau
Y rhaglen yng ngofal
Teleri Bevan
(Children's Television)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)

by Frank Richards.
[Starring] Gerald Campion
See Junior Radio Times

Contributors

Writer:
Frank Richards
Producer:
Clive Parkhurst
Billy Bunter:
Gerald Campion
Bob Cherry:
Peter Greenspan
Skinner:
Barry Halliday
Snoop:
John Hall
Harry Wharton:
Julian Yardley
Frank Nugent:
Jonathan Margetts
Johnny Bull:
Melvyn Baker
Hurree Singh:
Brian Tipping
Mr Quelch:
Jack Melford
Lord Mauleverer:
Malcolm Gerard

Presenting before a young audience the latest in popular records with the opinions of Eric Sykes, Catherine Boyle, Sidney James, Judy Carne.
In the chair, David Jacobs

Contributors

Panellist:
Eric Sykes
Panellist:
Catherine Boyle
Panellist:
Sidney James
Panellist:
Judy Carne
Chairman:
David Jacobs
The programme devised by:
Peter Potter
Presented by:
Bill Cotton. Jnr.

The last of the present series starring Vera Lynn.
Her guest artists: Jimmy Edwards
assisted by June Whitfield Arthur Howard, Jay Denyer, Frank Raymond, Rabold Nicholas, Mac Ronay.
The George Mitchell Singers
(Staged by Sheila Delaney)

(BBC recording)

Contributors

Singer/presenter:
Vera Lynn
Performer:
Jimmy Edwards
Assisted by:
June Whitfield
Assisted by:
Arthur Howard
Performer:
Jay Denyer
Performer:
Frank Raymond
Dancer:
Harold Nicholas
Magician:
Mac Ronay
Singers:
The George Mitchell Singers
Staged by:
Sheila Delaney
Orchestra conducted by:
Eric Robinson
[Orchestra] leader:
David McCallum
Orchestrations:
Johnny Douglas
Orchestrations:
Alan Bristow
Sketch written by:
Frank Muir
Sketch written by:
Denis Norden
Designer:
George Djurkovic
Producer:
Albert Stevenson

An adventure story by John Wiles.
Based on 'Pimpernel in Prague' by Donald Campbell-Shaw.
[Starring] Sebastian Shaw
(BBC recording)
See page 3

Contributors

Writer:
John Wiles
Based on 'Pimpernel in Prague' by:
Donald Campbell-Shaw
Incidental music composed and directed by:
Ron Grainer
Designer:
Tony Abbott
Director:
Mervyn Pinfield
Donald Campbell-Shaw:
Sebastian Shaw
Helen:
Ann Castle
Mary:
Elizabeth Ellis
Karel:
Allan Casley
Pavlina:
Susan Purdie
Mrs Kingsley:
Gisela Birke
Captain Kingsley:
Al Mulock
Hynek:
Heinz Bernard
Henry:
John G. Heller
Olick:
Gertan Klauber
Air Marshal:
Edward Underdown
Czech General:
Andre Mikhelson
Kurt:
Peter Zander
Thin man:
Michael Ritterman
Fat man:
Alexis Bobrinskoy
Receptionist:
John Herrington
[Actor]:
Bart Allison
[Actor]:
John Barrett
[Actor]:
Charles Bird
[Actor]:
John Bosch
[Actor]:
Jozef Bzowski
[Actor]:
Sidney Calvin
[Actor]:
Nelson Evans
[Actor]:
James Fitzgerald
[Actress]:
Irena Garet
[Actor]:
Martin Gordon
[Actress]:
Alice Greenwood
[Actor]:
Denis Handby
[Actor]:
Norman Hartley
[Actress]:
Ruth Holden
[Actor]:
Eric Jones
[Actor]:
Randall Kinkead
[Actor]:
Arthur Lawrence
[Actor]:
Vojtek Levin
[Actor]:
Lisa Madron
[Actor]:
Rosemary Matthews
[Actor]:
Desmond Newling
[Actor]:
Robert Reardon
[Actor]:
Neil Robinson
[Actress]:
Lily Ross
[Actor]:
Darrell Richards
[Actress]:
Denise Seper
[Actress]:
Phyllis Sharrah
[Actor]:
Igor Tamarin
[Actor]:
Lionel Wheeler

direct from the Big Top in Montrose presents
Lunasz, The Flying Clown from Hungary
The Skating Willers from France
Borch's Chimpanzees from Belgium
Bartschelly, Plate-Spinner Extraordinary from Switzerland
Liberty horses presented by Billy Smart, Jnr.
See Round and About

Contributors

Clown:
null Lunasz
Skaters:
The Skating Willers
Plate-spinner:
null Bartschelly
Musical director:
Bernie Weller
Ringmaster:
Alfred Delbosq
Circus Direction:
Ronnie Smart
Circus Direction:
David Smart
Television production:
Derek Burrell-Davis

Regional Variations (2)

Face to Face: 1: Professor Carl Gustav Jung

BBC Television

Face to Face

Carl Jung

Duration: 38 minutes

on BBC Television

Available for years

Filmed in Switzerland at his lakeside home near Zurich, Professor Carl Gustav Jung was viewed as the greatest living psychologist. (1959) Show more

Contributors

Interviewed Guest:
Carl Gustav Jung
Presenter:
John Freeman
Producer:
Hugh Burnett

Genres

of the Hollywood Bowl, California conducts the Pro Arte Orchestra (Leader, Max Salpeter) in a programme of light music with guest artists: Doreen Hume, Elsa Marianne von Rosen and Flemming Flindt.
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Orchestra conductor:
Carmen Dragon
Musicians:
The Pro Arte Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader:
Max Salpeter
Soprano/guest artist:
Doreen Hume
Dancer/guest artist:
Elsa Marianne von Rosen
Dancer/guest artist:
Flemming Flindt
Designer:
Malcolm Goulding
Producer:
Charles R. Rogers

BBC Television

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More