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Question-Master, John Cherrington
North - Fred Bates, Willie Greenhow, Frank Ross
South - Harry Hunt, Hugh Barrett, Hew Watt
From Richmond County Modern School, Richmond, Yorkshire.

Contributors

Question-Master:
John Cherrington
Panellist (North):
Fred Bates
Panellist (North):
Willie Greenhow
Panellist (North):
Frank Ross
Panellist (South):
Harry Hunt
Panellist (South):
Hugh Barrett
Panellist (South):
Hew Watt
Director:
Desmond O'Leary
Producer:
George Sigworth

i Golegau Cymru
Y ddadl gyn-derfynol
Y testun:
' Twyllwyd ni'r Cymry gan ein diarhebion ' Y Colegau:
Coleg Normal Bangor
(David Wyn Meredith a John Albert Evans ) a'r
Coleg Diwinyddol. Aberystwyth (Benjamin Rees a Cynwil Williams)
Cadeirydd, Aled Rhys Wiliam Beirniaid:
Raymond Edwards Canon R. M. Rosser
Cynghorydd Emrys Thomas
Y telediad dan ofal IFAN O. WILLIAMS
Trefnydd y gyfres, Sam Jones
Recordiad y BBC
Debating contest for Welsh Colleges.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

Contributors

Unknown:
Golegau Cymru
Unknown:
David Wyn Meredith
Unknown:
John Albert Evans
Unknown:
Benjamin Rees
Unknown:
Aled Rhys Wiliam
Unknown:
Raymond Edwards
Unknown:
Canon R. M. Rosser
Unknown:
Cynghorydd Emrys Thomas
Unknown:
Ifan O. Williams
Unknown:
Sam Jones

[Starring] John Wayne in John Ford's outstanding production of She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
with Joanne Dru

In the face of the last great combined effort of all the hostile Indian tribes to deliver a major defeat on the American Army, a U.S. Cavalry officer has to make a decision that may well wreck his distinguished military career.

Contributors

Director:
John Ford
Captain Brittles:
John Wayne
Olivia:
Joanne Dru
Lieutenant Cohill:
John Agar
Tyree:
Ben Johnson
Lieut Pennell:
Harry Carey, Jnr
Sergeant Quinnell:
Victor McLaglen
Mrs Allshore:
Mildred Natwick
Major Allshore:
George O'Brien
Dr O'Laughlin:
Arthur Shields

Johnny Morris 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.
Last shown in August 1960

Contributors

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

by Andre Obey.
Translated by Arthur Wilmurt.
Starring Leo McKern
First shown in April 1960

Contributors

Author:
Andre Obey
Translated by:
Arthur Wilmurt
Settings:
Richard Henry
Producer:
Joy Harington
Noah:
Leo McKern
Mrs Noah:
Betty Hardy
Shem:
Patrick Godfrey
Ham:
Neville Jason
Japheuh:
David Hemmings
Naomi:
Lesley Nunnerley
Sella:
Patricia Cree
Ada:
Marian Diamond
The Bear:
Giles Phibes
The Lion:
Bob Stevenson
The Monkey:
Anthony Wilson
The Elephant:
John Flint
The Elephant:
Neville Irons
The Cow:
Robin Dowell
The Cow:
Timothy Harley
The Tiger:
David Hart

More than half the crime in this country is committed by first offenders. What turns people into criminals? Why are some things considered 'fair game' and others not?
A discussion between Paul Johnson, George Lyward and A Consultant Psychiatrist.

Contributors

Panellist:
Paul Johnson
Panellist:
George Lyward
Cameraman:
Cyril Moorehead
Editor:
Agnes Evan
Producer:
Oliver Hunkin
The Girls:
Joanna Vogel
The Policeman:
John Maxim

Introduced by David Nixon.
Written by David Climie, David Whitaker and David Nixon.
Starring this week Frankie Vaughan, Hylda Baker, Vic Perry, Dorothy Wayne, Lionel Blair, The Showtime Dancers and The George Mitchell Singers.

Contributors

Presenter/Writer:
David Nixon
Writer:
David Climie
Writer:
David Whitaker
Producer:
Graeme Muir
Orchestra leader:
David McCallum
Orchestra directed by:
Eric Robinson
Settings:
Roger Andrews
Singer:
Frankie Vaughan
Comedienne:
Hylda Baker
Magician:
Vic Perry
Singer:
Dorothy Wayne
Dancer/Dance direction:
Lionel Blair
Dancers:
The Showtime Dancers
Singers:
The George Mitchell Singers

Chairman, Eamonn Andrews
Panel: Isobel Barnett, Barbara Kelly, Cyril Fletcher, a guest panellist and a mystery guest celebrity.Televised by arrangement with CBS and Maurice Winnick

Contributors

Chairman:
Eamonn Andrews
Panellist:
Isobel Barnett
Panellist:
Barbara Kelly
Panellist:
Cyril Fletcher
Research:
Julia Cave
Director:
Bill Parry Jones
Producer:
John Warrington
Devised by:
Mark Goodson
Devised by:
Bill Todman

by Donald Wilson.
[Starring] Alexander Knox
with Lana Morris, Margaret Tyzack, Cyril Luckham, Philip Bond

Jeremy Penlove is a London solicitor and a confirmed bachelor. His life is placid and uncomplicated until, one fine summer's day, a new client, Lily Forrester, walks into his office to turn his world upside down.
The twentieth in a series of new plays written specially for television

Contributors

Writer:
Donald Wilson
Producer:
Harold Clayton
Designer:
Roy Oxley
Trumper:
Cyril Luckham
Jeremy Penlove:
Alexander Knox
Lily Forrester:
Lana Morris
Jean Barron:
Margaret Tyzack
Philip Barron:
Philip Bond
Mrs Caroline Erskine:
Marion Mathie
Barker:
Charles Hodgson

A fortnightly magazine of the arts.
Tonight's edition includes:
Ronald Searle on Toulouse-Lautrec
Kingsley Amis on Science Fiction
Introduced and edited by Huw Wheldon.

Contributors

Item presenter (Toulouse-Lautrec):
Ronald Searle
Item presenter (Science Fiction):
Kingsley Amis
Film editor:
Allan Tyrer
Associate producer:
Nancy Thomas
Associate producer:
Humphrey Burton
Presenter/editor:
Huw Wheldon

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