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Cylchgrawn crefyddol sy'n adlewyrchu ac yn cloriannu gweithgarwch eglwysi Cymru a'r byd
Y rhaglen yng ngofal
Ifor Rees
(Religious magazine)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)

(to 13.20)

2.30 The Rous Memorial Stakes for two-year-olds, over six furlongs

3.0 The Goodwood Cup for three-year-olds and upwards over two miles and five furlongs

3.30 The Singleton Handicap for three-year-olds, over five furlongs

4.0 The Gordon Stakes for three-year-olds, over one mile, three furlongs and 200 yards

Clive Graham identifies the horses and jockeys in the Parade Ring before each race.
(to 16.10)

Contributors

Race commentator:
Peter O'Sullevan
Parade Ring commentator:
Clive Graham
Television presentation:
Dennis Monger

Jeremy Geidt, The Caravan Showman rings up the curtain in the Square at Stow-on-the-Wold.
'Helped' by Cardew Robinson (his Crazy Cousin) with Noberti, Oliver and Twist,
Eddie Rose and Marion, Dick Mitchell and Vic
The Caravan Guest: Ian Wallace
Music by the Caravan Four

Contributors

Caravan Showman:
Jeremy Geidt
Crazy Cousin:
Cardew Robinson
Entertainer:
null Noberti
Entertainers:
Oliver and Twist
Jugglers:
Eddie Rose and Marion
Performers:
Dick Mitchell and Vic
Baritone/guest:
Ian Wallace
Musicians:
The Caravan Four
Producer:
Gerald Wiltshire

Introduced by Peter Scott.

A fly's-eye view of the insects and plants of a meadow in high summer.
Once again Heinz Sielmann shows the secret details of wild life that untrained eyes so easily overlook.

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Scott
Guest/filmmaker:
Heinz Sielmann
Presented by:
Tony Soper

A weekly school report written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
[Starring] Professor Jimmy Edwards
with Arthur Howard

Contributors

Writer:
Frank Muir
Writer:
Denis Norden
Incidental music composed and conducted by:
Alan Yates
Designer:
Malcolm Goulding
Production:
Douglas Moodie
Headmaster:
Jimmy Edwards
Mr Pettigrew:
Arthur Howard
Mr Halliforth:
Edwin Apps
Mr Dinwiddie:
Gordon Phillott
Mr Proctor:
Brian Rawlinson
Mr Cope-Willoughby:
Frank Raymond
Fuller:
David Langford
Police Inspector:
Norman Pierce

This week an excerpt from the stage presentation of the popular BBC series The Black and White Minstrel Show at the Futurist Theatre.
Presented by Robert Luff Holdings, Ltd.
In association with George Mitchell
Starring The Mitchell Minstrels and Stan Stennett, Penny Nicholls, Ossie Noble, Joan Hinde, Tony Mercer, Dai Francis, John Boulter, The Larry Gordon Dancers.
See Round and About

Contributors

Singers:
The Mitchell Minstrels
Performer:
Stan Stennett
Singer:
Penny Nicholls
Performer:
Ossie Noble
Trumpeter:
Joan Hinde
Singer:
Tony Mercer
Singer:
Dai Francis
Singer:
John Boulter
Dancers:
The Larry Gordon Dancers
Orchestra directed by:
George Steele
Musical arrangements:
Alan Bristow
Musical arrangements:
Ray Terry
Dance direction:
Larry Gordon
Producer:
George Inns
Presented for television by:
John Ammonds

The Panel: Simon Kester, Ginette Spanier, Alan Simpson find out the logical explanation for odd situations in which viewers have found themselves.
Chairman, Kenneth Horne
Cartoonist, Roy Lawton

Contributors

Devised and compiled by:
John P. Wynn
Panellist:
Simon Kester
Panellist:
Ginette Spanier
Panellist:
Alan Simpson
Chairman:
Kenneth Horne
Cartoonist:
Roy Lawton
Designer:
Thomas Carter
Presented by:
Kenneth Milne-Buckley

[Starring] Charlie Drake
(BBC recording)
(Charlie Drake is appearing at the Wellington Pier Pavilion, Great Yarmouth)

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Contributors

Producer:
G.B. Lupino
Orchestra under the direction of:
Ronald Grainer
Choreography:
Tommy Linden
Designer:
Lawrence Broadhouse
Script:
Charlie Drake
Script:
David Cumming
Script:
Derck Collyer
Himself:
Charlie Drake
Theatre Attendant:
Philip Howard
Shirley:
Patricia Bredin
Producer:
Tutte Lemkow
Manager:
Raymond Rollett
Stevens:
John Fitzgerald
Hank:
Michael Henry
Slim:
Geoffrey Frederick
Call Boy:
Richard Greenford
Dancer:
Christine Coleman
Dancer:
Coral Ellahl
Dancer:
Leonie Franklin
Dancer:
Christina Green
Dancer:
Merle Lee
Dancer:
Malcolm Macdonald
Dancer:
Donald McAlpine
Dancer:
Judith Mant
Dancer:
Larry Oaks
Dancer:
Janice Patrick
Dancer:
Brian Rawley
Dancer:
Ann Talbot
Singers:
The George Mitchell Singers

A dramatised documentary by John Prebble.
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Tonight's dramatised documentary by John Prebble
In spite of the break-down of social prejudice over the past few years, it is still not possible to 'ignore the undertones of fear and misunderstanding that arise from the phrase 'mental illness.' Although mental hospitals have taken the place of lunatic asylums, many years of deep-seated dread of such places still produce a kind of psychological shudder in those unfortunate enough to become involved with them for one reason or another.
Tonight's dramatised documentary brings together again the team of writer John Prebble and producer Gilchrist Calder, who were responsible for the highly successful Body Found and The Seventh Age last year. They have taken this time the case of a man who, suffering from the common malady today of overwork and overstrain, has been subjected to a course of treatment at a hospital, and who, at the beginning of the story, is about to be discharged. But this does not mean he is cured. The elements in his life which have been responsible for his break-down in the first place are still very much there when he returns to his family and his job, where the prospect of promotion is to depend very largely on his successful rehabilitation.
At 9.0

Contributors

Writer:
John Prebble
Producer:
Gilchrist Calder
Designer:
Stewart Marshall
Film Cameraman:
Peter Sargent
Film Editor:
Leonard Trumm

meets this evening to answer your questions.
The members this week are: Lord James of Rusholme, Sir George Thomson, F.R.S,
Dr. W. H. Thorpe, F.R.S.
Chairman, Norman Fisher

Contributors

Panellist:
Lord James Of Rusholme
Panellist:
Sir George Thomson
Panellist:
Dr. W. H. Thorpe
Chairman:
Norman Fisher
Producer:
John Grist

BBC Television

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