Programme Index

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from the Grossmunster, Zurich on the occasion of the meeting of the European Council of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, with delegates from both sides of the Iron Curtain.
Last Sunday's Act of Worship described and edited by the Rev. Dr. Ronald Falconer.
Presented by the Swiss Television Service
(to 11.50)

Contributors

Commentator/editor:
The Rev. Dr. Ronald Falconer

and Weather for Farmers

A filmed progress report of the Nuffield Farm Project to make a social and economic survey of farms in the Teign Valley of Devon, from which it is hoped to show how new scientific developments can best be conveyed to farmers.
Filmed by the BBC's Agricultural Film Unit
BBC film
First shown on January 1, 1961

Contributors

Film editor:
Henry Fowler
Producer:
Derek Smith

Blaenwr, David Chappell Yn chwarae rhai o'u hoff ddarnau
ArweinyxJd,
Clarence Raybould gyjda
Joan Massochi (soprano)
Y cyflwyno gan Janet Parry-Jones Y rhaglen dan ofal
Moelfryn Harries a David J. Thomas Y mae'r gerddicrfa yn, yanddangos trwy ganiaiâd y Cydi Bwyllgor Addysg Cymreig
Recordiiad y BBC
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

Contributors

Unknown:
David Chappell
Unknown:
Hoff Ddarnau
Unknown:
Clarence Raybould
Soprano:
Joan Massochi
Unknown:
Janet Parry-Jones
Unknown:
Moelfryn Harries
Unknown:
David J. Thomas
Unknown:
Cydi Bwyllgor
Unknown:
Addysg Cymreig

[Starring] Barbara Stanwyck, Preston Foster and Melvyn Douglas

Annie Oakley and Toby Walker are both champion shots and both star attractions in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Professionally, they are jealous of each other; personally, they fall in love. The result is hilarious.

Contributors

Director:
George Stevens
Annie Oakley:
Barbara Stanwyck
Toby Walker:
Preston Foster
Jeff Hogarth:
Melvyn Douglas
Buffalo Bill:
Moroni Olsen
Vera Delmar:
Pert Kelton
McIvor:
Andy Clyde

by L. H. Evers.
Adapted and produced in six parts by Dorothea Brooking.
Under-water sequences by permission of Butlin's

Contributors

Author:
L. H. Evers
Adapted and produced by:
Dorothea Brooking
Film cameraman:
Leonard Newson
Film editor:
Larry Toft
Designer:
Robert MacGowan
Stanley:
Peter Hempson
Anton:
Michael Meier
Prof:
Michael Luckie
Ben:
Geoffrey Bettenay
Tommo:
Kevin Brennan
Frau Smertzer:
Stella Textor
Stephen Smertzer:
John Abineri
Evans:
Maurice Travers
Spider:
Edwin Finn
Police Officer:
John Trenaman

Hugh David and Wendy Williams invite you to come and see St. George's Chapel, Windsor.
BBC film
Previously shown on July 31, 1960

Contributors

Presenter:
Hugh David
Presenter:
Wendy Williams
Producer:
John Elphinstone-Fyffe

Written by Alan Simpson and Ray Galton.
Starring Tony Hancock
and featuring Annie Leake, Edwin Richfield, Bernard Hunter, Michael Peake
and the voices of Andrew Faulds, John Bluthal, Honor Shepherd, Geoffrey Matthews, Geoffrey Lewis.
(Last shown in June, 1961)

Contributors

Writer:
Alan Simpson
Writer:
Ray Galton
Incidental music composed and orchestra conducted by:
Wally Stott
Designer:
Malcolm Goulding
Producer:
Duncan Wood
Himself:
Tony Hancock
Neighbour:
Annie Leake
Policeman:
Edwin Richfield
Policeman:
Bernard Hunter
Neighbour:
Michael Peake
Mayday:
Andrew Faulds
Radio voice:
John Bluthal
Radio voice:
Honor Shepherd
Radio voice:
Geoffrey Matthews
Radio voice:
Geoffrey Lewis

by John Arden.
[Starring] Reginald Beckwith, Judith Stott

An open wet fish shop is a disadvantage to a man with rheumatism, but once the architects are called in, he soon finds things can be a lot worse.
From the Midlands

Contributors

Writer:
John Arden
Producer:
Peter Dews
Designer:
Charles Carroll
Ruth Parsons:
Judith Stott
Leslie:
Anthony Valentine
Peter Appleyard:
Edward Petherbridge
Gilbert Garnish:
Reginald Beckwith
Mr Treddlehoyle:
Douglas Ives
Krank:
Alan Edwards
Doris Treddlehoyle:
Nancie Jackson
Mrs Higson:
Sheila Johnson
Tea-man:
Arthur R. Webb
Mr Barker:
Carl Bernard
Mr Perkins:
Eric Jones
Customers:
Peggy Hughes
Customers:
Isobel Swan
Workmen:
George Layton
Workmen:
Geoffrey Tetlow
Workmen:
David Park
Workmen:
Michael Robbins
Foreman:
Graham Rigby
Archdeacon:
Ralph Hallett
Sir Harold Sweetman:
Arthur Pentelow
Waiter:
Bernard Smith
[Actress]:
Gillian Cannadine
[Actress]:
Pat Coombs
[Actress]:
Nicolie Eden
[Actress]:
Susan Oswald
[Actress]:
Christine Salt
[Actress]:
Caroline Stephens

A television request show
Introduced by Anne Shelton and produced by Bryan Sears
A series of programmes in which viewers choose the music and songs to be sung and played tonight by Anne Shelton and her guests Humphrey Lyttelton, Lucille Graham, The Beryl Stott Singers
Viewers taking part in this programme are interviewed by Patrick Feeny.

Contributors

Presenter/Singer:
Anne Shelton
Producer:
Bryan Sears
Trumpeter:
Humphrey Lyttelton
Singer:
Lucille Graham
Singers:
The Beryl Stott Singers
Interviewer:
Patrick Feeny
Musical Director:
Harry Rabinowitz
Orchestra Leader:
Alfred Sverdloff
Film Editor:
Ted Walter
Designer:
Jane Barchard
Director:
David Askey

What happens when a new nation rises on an old continent? Alan Whicker recalls the contrasts and surprises he uncovered on two journeys through Australia for 'Tonight'.

Contributors

Presenter:
Alan Whicker
Cameraman:
James Court
Sound recordist:
Freddy Downton
Film editor:
Derek Trimby
Film director:
Edwin Morrisby
Producer:
Tony Essex

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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