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Detholiad o
Creadigaeth gan Haydn Cantorion:
Beti Jones
Trevor Anthony
Kenneth Bowen
Cor Unedig Douglas
Arweinydd. D. T. Davies Organydd, Arwel Hushes
Golygydd cerdd, Moelfryn Harries Cynhyrchydd,
Gethyn Stoodley Thomas
Telediad allanal a recordiwyd yn Hope. Eglwys Bresbyteraidd Cymru , Merthyr Tudful
Excerpts from Haydn's Creation.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Llandrindod Wells, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

and Weather for Farmers
Introduced by John Cherrington.

Four-fifths of farms now have mains electricity, but how about the rest?
N. F. Marsh, Deputy Chairman of the Electricity Council, reviews the prospects, and discusses the problems of rural electrification with S. King, of the National Union of Agricultural Workers, Lincolnshire.
Filmed by the BBC's Agricultural Film Unit
From the Midlands

Contributors

Presenter:
John Cherrington
Item presenter:
N. F. Marsh
Interviewee:
S. King
Film editor:
Henry Fowler
Director:
John Kenyon

The Pageant of English History written by William Shakespeare.
A second showing of 8: The Band of Brothers

Henry V's first public act after his accession was to lay claim to the French throne and to the hand of the French princess. When the Dauphin scornfully rejected these claims, the King and his army embarked at Southampton for France and captured the port of Harfleur. Now, marching inland on the road from Calais, they are confronted by an army that heavily outnumbers their own sick and weary forces. Both armies have encamped for the night near Agincourt. The French leaders feel confident of victory in the coming battle.

Contributors

Author:
William Shakespeare
Music:
Christopher Whelen
Title music:
Sir Arthur Bliss
Designer:
Stanley Morris
Director:
Michael Hayes
Producer:
Peter Dews
King Henry the Fifth:
Robert Hardy
Brothers to the King:
Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester: John Ringham
Brothers to the King:
John, Duke of Bedford: Patrick Garland
Sir Thomas Erpingham:
Gordon Gostelow
Pistol:
George A. Cooper
Captain Gower:
Jeremy Bisley
Captain Fluellen:
Kenneth Farrington
Soldier in King Henry's army Court:
Terry Wale
Soldier in King Henry's army Bates:
Tony Garnett
Soldier in King Henry's army Williams:
Frank Windsor
Captain Jamy:
Joby Blanshard
Captain Macmorris:
Michael Graham Cox
Duke of Orleans:
Jerome Willis
Lewis, the Dauphin:
John Warner
Constable of France:
George Selway
Rambures:
Leon Shepperdson
Le Fer, a French soldier:
Terence Lodge
Duke of Bourbon:
Adrian Brine
Earl of Westmoreland:
Julian Glover
Duke of Exeter:
Noel Johnson
Earl of Salisbury:
David Andrews
Montjoy, the French Herald:
Robert Lang
Duke of York:
John Greenwood
Boy:
Timothy Harley
The English Herald:
Anthony Valentine
Charles the Sixth, King of France:
Alan Rowe
Isabel, Queen of France:
Stephanie Bidmead
Duke of Burgundy:
Edgar Wreford
Katherine, Princess of France:
Judi Dench
Alice, a waiting gentlewoman:
Yvonne Coulette
[Actor]:
Dane Howell
[Actor]:
John Murray Scott
[Actor]:
Derek Ware

by Charles Dickens.
Dramatised in thirteen episodes by Constance Cox.

Contributors

Author:
Charles Dickens
Dramatised by:
Constance Cox
Music composed by:
Ron Grainer
Designer:
Stephen Bundy
Producer:
Eric Tayler
Oliver Twist:
Bruce Prochnik
Dr Losberne:
Lloyd Pearson
Mrs Maylie:
Noel Hood
Rose Maylie:
Gay Cameron
Giles:
Richard Caldicot
Nancy:
Carmel McSharry
Bill Sikes:
Peter Vaughan
Blathers:
Victor Platt
Duff:
Philip Anthony
Brittles:
Aubrey Morris
Fagin:
Max Adrian
Monks:
John Carson
Mr Bumble:
Willoughby Goddard
Mrs Corney now Mrs Bumble:
Peggy Thorpe-Bates

Congregational hymn-singing from The Salvation Army Stuart Hall, Cardiff.
with John Morgan
Conducted by Mansel Thomas
Introduced by the Rev. Dr. Gwilym ap Robert.

Contributors

Singer:
John Morgan
Conductor:
Mansel Thomas
Accompanist:
Arwel Hughes
Presenter:
The Rev. Dr. Gwilym Ap Robert
Producer:
Gethyn Stoodley Thomas

The reasons why a man enters a monastery and the relevance of religious communities in the twentieth century are discussed by Dom. Bernard Orchard,
The Rev. Hubert Hoskins and A consultant psychiatrist.
Chairman, Patrick O'Donovan

Contributors

Panellist:
Dom. Bernard Orchard
Panellist:
The Rev. Hubert Hoskins
Panellist:
A consultant psychiatrist [name uncredited]
Chairman:
Patrick O'Donovan
Producer:
Oliver Hunkin

A film drama.
Starring John Wayne, Laraine Day and Sir Cedric Hardwicke
with Anthony Quinn

Contributors

Director:
Richard Wallace
Johnny Munroe:
John Wayne
Maura Alexander:
Laraine Day
Frederick Alexander:
Sir Cedric Hardwicke
Miss Braithwaite:
Judith Anderson
Pop Mathews:
James Gleason
Ricky:
Anthony Quinn

Chairman, Eamonn Andrews
Panel: Isobel Barnett, Barbara Kelly, David Nixon, Alan Melville and a mystery guest celebrity.
Televised by arrangement with C.B.S. and Maurice Winnick

Contributors

Chairman:
Eamonn Andrews
Panellist:
Isobel Barnett
Panellist:
Barbara Kelly
Panellist:
David Nixon
Panellist:
Alan Melville
Research:
Julia Cave
Director:
Richard Evans
Producer:
John Warrington
Devised by:
Mark Goodson
Devised by:
Bill Todman

A fortnightly magazine of the arts.
Tonight's edition includes:
Friso Ten Holt
The Dutch painter whose first British exhibition opened at the New London Gallery last week talking with John Berger.
'Suddenly the painting begins to talk, to ask its own questions. And you have to respond to that question, otherwise you are never a painter'.

Introduced and edited by Huw Wheldon.

Contributors

Interviewee:
Friso Ten Holt
Interviewer:
John Berger
Film editor:
Allan Tyrer
Associate producer:
Nancy Thomas
Associate producer:
Humphrey Burton
Presenter/editor:
Huw Wheldon

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