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bydd . Ifan O Williams yn cyflwyno o ddydd i ddydd raJ o ymwelwyr a chystadleuwyr y Brifwyl
Y telediad yng ngofal MYRFYN OWEN
(On the Eisteddfod field)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield and Crystal Palace only)
(to 13.20)

Contributors

Unknown:
Ifan O Williams
Unknown:
Myrfyn Owen

Bart has double trouble when old Mr. Gummet promises to let the railroad run through his town but reckons without his angry son, and when his only young surveyor decides that life at the railhead is too boring to be endured.

Contributors

Major Bart McClelland:
Jeff Morrow
Billy Kincald:
Judd Pratt

In Part 2 of this film the national trainers Robert Hall, Colonel Talbot-Ponsonby, and Colonel Frank Weldon, show how horses and riders are trained for dressage, show jumping, and cross-country.

Contributors

Presenter:
Robert Hall
Presenter:
Colonel Talbot-Ponsonby
Presenter:
Colonel Frank Weldon
Photography:
Alan Masters
Editor:
Stella Smallwood
Direction and commentary:
Bill Latto

with Outside Broadcasts
John Tidmarsh meets The Jazz Addicts.
What 'sends' them? 'The Beat?' 'The Bop?' or is it just somewhere to go?
At a late night, session, members of the Weymouth Jazz Club talk about the music they make and enjoy.

Contributors

Reporter:
John Tidmarsh
Series editor:
Derek Burrell Davis
Series editor:
Glyn Jones
Producer:
Peter Bale

A Western film with Ricardo Montalban and Rita Moreno.

In the unrelenting war between the White Settlers and the Apache Indians, there was no time for mutual understanding. Yet one man proved an exception and finally succeeded in stemming the tide of violence and distrust, even though it was at the expense of his personal happiness.

Contributors

Director:
Robert Stevenson
Apache Chief Cochise:
Ricardo Montalban
Sonseeahray:
Rita Moreno
Tom Jeffords:
John Lupton

Pete Murray invites you to measure your sense of humour against Jacqueline Mackenzie, Eric Barker, Tony Hawes, Jimmy Wheeler in a cartoon contest devised by Frank Wayne and Mace Neufeld.
At the organ, Harold Smart

Contributors

Chairman:
Pete Murray
Panellist:
Jacqueline Mackenzie
Panellist:
Eric Barker
Panellist:
Tony Hawes
Panellist:
Jimmy Wheeler
Devised by:
Frank Wayne
Devised by:
Mace Neufeld
Organist:
Harold Smart
Producer:
Brian Marber

David Attenborough introduces Travellers' Tales
A series bringing from all parts of the world the sight and sound of strange people and places.
In the remote hills of north-east Thailand live the Miao, a strange tribe who grow the opium poppy and sell the drug to smugglers who take it down to the coast. William Geddes, one of the few Europeans to visit them, has made this film record of their life and their illicit trade.

Contributors

Presenter/Series Editor:
David Attenborough
Filmmaker:
William Geddes
Film editor:
Robert Walter
Presented by:
Brian Branston

An adventure in six episodes by Michael Pertwee.
[Starring] Catherine Boyle and Peter Dyneley
with Michael Aldridge and Noel Howlett

Contributors

Writer:
Michael Pertwee
'Golden Girl' theme composed by:
Jack Jordan
Settings:
Harry Smith
Film cameraman:
Peter Sargent
Film editor:
Geoff Botterill
Producer:
Ronald Marsh
Joe Francis:
Peter Dyneley
Katie Johnson:
Catherine Boyle
Barstow:
Noel Howlett
Sub-Editor:
Douglas Blackwell
Florist:
Josephine Llewellyn
Pageboy:
Anthony Foyle
Jean:
Margo Mayne
Carlo Ferri:
William Peacock
Detective-Inspector McEwan:
Michael Aldridge
Police Doctor:
Ken Jackson
Doctor:
Frank Littlewood
Detective-Sergeant:
Rio Fanning
Lesseps:
Gordon Daisley
Carstairs:
Edward Judd

Johnny Morris takes a Ticket to Turkey
and describes his train journey across Europe in five episodes.

In the next programme the journey is continued through Yugoslavia and Bulgaria with stops at Belgrade and Sofia.

Contributors

Narrator:
Johnny Morris
Film editor:
Philip Mutton
Music and effects editor:
Michael Croucher
Cameraman:
Jim Saunders
Directed and produced by:
Ronald Webster

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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