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T. GLYNNE DAVIES
(Discussion on current affairs)
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield)
(to 13.20)

Contributors

Unknown:
T. Glynne Davies

For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
(BBC film)
(to 14.20)

Contributors

Puppeteer:
Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer:
Molly Gibson
Singer:
Gladys Whitred
Voices:
Peter Hawkins
Songwriter/music:
Maria Bird

About a hundred years ago, a small boy in Russia called Peter Tchaikovsky dreamed about the old fairy tale 'The Sleeping Beauty'. This film shows how the dream stayed in his mind until, when he grew up, he wrote music for the story - music which is now the background to Walt Disney's cartoon film.
(Previously shown last summer)

A magazine programme for railway enthusiasts with John Adams and Patrick Whitehouse.
Introduced by Bill Hartley.
This month's edition includes:
'Can you guess?'
Welsh Narrow Gauge
Today's Guest: Driver Bill Hoole
A Surprise Item and Spotter's Notebook
From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

Devised and filmed by:
John Adams
Devised and filmed by:
Patrick Whitehouse
Presenter:
Bill Hartley
Guest:
Bill Hoole
Producer:
Peggy Bacon

Pete Murray invites you to measure your sense of humour against Anna Quayle, Dick Emery, Peter Jones, Edward Moult in a cartoon contest devised by Frank Wayne and Mace Neufeld.
At the organ, Harold Smart

Contributors

Chairman:
Pete Murray
Panellist:
Anna Quayle
Panellist:
Dick Emery
Panellist:
Peter Jones
Panellist:
Edward Moult
Devised by:
Frank Wayne
Devised by:
Mace Neufeld
Organist:
Harold Smart
Producer:
Brian Marber

The return of Sportsview with Peter Dimmock.
News... Action... Personalities in television's weekly view on sport.
Tonight's special reports:

The Olympic Games
Who can win for Britain?
David Coleman reports.

Motor-Racing: The Grand Prix of Portugal
The latest race in the World Championship.
Stirling Moss reports.

Football 1960: Burnley v. Wolverhampton Wanderers
An exclusive film report of the F.A. Charity Shield match.
Kenneth Wolstenholme reports.

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Dimmock
Reporter (The Olympic Games):
David Coleman
Reporter (Motor-Racing):
Stirling Moss
Reporter (Football 1960):
Kenneth Wolstenholme
Assistant editor:
Ronnie Noble
Presented by:
Bryan Cowgill
Editor:
Paul Fox

David Attenborough introduces Travellers' Tales
Professor and Mrs. Haimendorf filmed customs and ritual associated with pre-historic man among these remote tribes in India.

Contributors

Presenter/Series Editor:
David Attenborough
Filmmaker:
Professor Haimendorf
Filmmaker:
Mrs Haimendorf
Film editor:
Harry Hastings
Presented by:
Brian Branston

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

Contributors

Writer:
Michael Pertwee
'Golden Girl' theme composed by:
Jack Jordan
Settings:
Harry Smith
Producer:
Ronald Marsh
Katie Johnson:
Catherine Boyle
John Redfield:
John Lee
Jean:
Margot Mayne
Detective-Inspector McEwan:
Michael Aldridge
Barstow:
Noel Howlett
Joe Francis:
Peter Dyneley
Lesseps:
Gordon Daisley
Carstairs:
Edward Judd
Manservant:
Malcolm Watson
Taxi driver:
Henry Longhurst

From the first germ of an idea, there is a long and sometimes exasperating journey before a brilliant invention can take its place as a familiar part of the modern world, affecting the lives of everyone. This programme traces the progress of one of the most exciting new developments in transport.
Introduced by Peter Maggs.
From the BBC's West Region television studio

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Maggs
Film editor:
Ronald Martin
Director:
Michael Croucher
Producer:
Christopher Ralling

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