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from St. David's Cathedral on the Sunday within the Octave of St. David's Day.
Celebrant: The Dean, the Very Rev. T. E. Jenkins
Preacher: The Bishop of St. Davids, the Rt. Rev. J. R. Richards

St. David's Cathedral is the one building in the world that peculiarly perpetuates the name and service to the Welsh nation of St. David. Here rest the reputed bones of the Patron Saint, enshrined in what is admittedly one of the most beautiful and interesting of all cathedrals.
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Celebrant:
The Very Rev. T. E. Jenkins
Preacher:
The Rt. Rev. J. R. Richards
Organist and Master of the Choristers:
Peter Boorman
Commentary:
Rev. W. Noel Evans
Presented by:
Selwyn Roderick

Detholiad o
Elijah gan Mendelssohn
Cantorion: Ann Davies, Richard Rees
Cymdeithas Gorawl Pontarddulais
Arweinydd, T. Haydn Thomas
Organydd, Arwel Hughes
Golygydd cerdd. Moelfryn Harries
Telediad allanol a recordiwyd yn Ebeneser. Eglwys yr Annibynwyr, Abertawe
Excerpts from Mendelssohn's oratorio 'Elijah'.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Llandrindod Wells, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

Contributors

Singer/cantorion:
Ann Davies
Singer/cantorion:
Richard Rees
Singers:
Cymdeithas Gorawl Pontarddulais (Pontarddulais Choral Society)
[Choral society] leader:
T. Haydn Thomas
Organist/organydd:
Arwel Hughes
Unknown:
Moelfryn Harries
Producer/cynhyrchydd:
Gethyn Stoodley Thomas

and Weather for Farmers
Introduced by David John from Trinity College, Carmarthen where Clifford Selly chairs a discussion on farming topics between: John Cherrington, Stephen Williams,
J. Bennion and an invited audience of Carmarthenshire farmers.
A recorded Outside Broadcast

Contributors

Presenter:
David John
Chairman:
Clifford Selly
Panellist:
John Cherrington
Panellist:
Stephen Williams
Panellist:
J. Bennion
Producer:
Ronald Webster

The Pageant of English History written by William Shakespeare.

A second showing of 9: The Red Rose and the White

The English victory at Agincourt confirmed Henry V as an outstanding military leader and a greatly loved King. The ensuing treaty with France and Henry's marriage to Princess Katherine promised both kingdoms a long period of peace and prosperity. But Henry V died young, leaving an infant son behind him in the protectorship of his brothers Bedford and Gloucester. War now flares up again in France; and at home, leaderless nobles revive their disastrous quarrel about the rightful succession.

Contributors

Author:
William Shakespeare
Music:
Christopher Whelen
Title music:
Sir Arthur Bliss
Designer:
Stanley Morris
Director:
Michael Hayes
Producer:
Peter Dews
John, Duke of Bedford:
Patrick Garland
Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester:
John Ringham
Great-Uncles to the King:
Thomas Beaufort, Duke of Exeter: Noel Johnson
Henry Beaufort. Bishop of Winchester, afterwards Cardinal:
Robert Lang
Messenger:
John Greenwood
Messenger:
Terry Wale
Messenger:
John Murray Scott
Charles the Dauphin:
Jerome Willis
Duke of Alanson:
Anthony Valentine
Regnier Duke of Anjou, titular King of Naples:
John Warner
Bastard of Orleans:
David Andrews
Joan la Pucelle, sometimes called Joan of Arc:
Eileen Atkins
Warders:
Julian Glover,
Warders:
Jeremy Bisley
Serving-men:
Timothy Harley
Serving-men:
Derek Ware
Serving-men:
Kenneth Farrington
Woodvile, Lieutenant of the Tower:
Leon Shepperdson
Lord Mayor of London:
Michael Graham Cox
Richard Plantagenet, afterwards Duke of York:
Jack May
Earl of Suffolk:
Edgar Wreford
John Beaufort, Earl, afterwards Duke of Somerset:
Alan Rowe
Earl of Warwick:
Frank Windsor
Vernon:
Tony Garnett
Lawyer:
John Greenwood
King Henry the Sixth:
Terry Scully
Margaret, daughter to Regnier:
Mary Morris
Shepherd, father to Joan la Pucelle:
Michael Graham Cox

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

Wherein is shown how the Artful Dodger gets into trouble.

Contributors

Author:
Charles Dickens
Dramatised by:
Constance Cox
Music composed by:
Ron Grainer
Designer:
Stephen Bundy
Producer:
Eric Tayler
Mrs Maylie:
Noel Hood
Rose Maylie:
Gay Cameron
Oliver Twist:
Bruce Prochnik
Dr Losberne:
Lloyd Pearson
Mr Bumble:
Willoughby Goddard
Mrs Bumble:
Peggy Thorpe-Bates
Monks:
John Carson
Landlord:
Howard Douglas
Fagin:
Max Adrian
The Artful Dodger:
Melvyn Hayes
Bill Sikes:
Peter Vaughan
Nancy:
Carmel McSharry
Harry Maylie:
John Breslin
Charley Bates:
Alan Rothwell
Tom Chitling:
Peter Furnell

Community hymn-singing from Petershore Abbey, Worcestershire.
Blessing by the Vicar, the Rev. Peter Moore
Introduced by Barrie Edgar.
From the Midlands

Contributors

Soloist:
Elizabeth Holden
Organist:
Rodney C. Baldwyn
Blessing:
The Rev. Peter Moore
Presenter:
Barrie Edgar
Presented for television by:
John McGonagle

Young people ask questions about Sex and Marriage.
Asking the questions: Students of Birmingham University
Answering them: Evelyn Home, Canon Roy McKay, A Psychiatrist
Chairman, David Dimbleby
From the Midlands

Contributors

Panellist:
Evelyn Home
Panellist:
Canon Roy McKay
Panellist:
A Psychiatrist [name uncredited]
Chairman:
David Dimbleby
Arranged by:
Eric Blennerhassett
Producer:
Barrie Edgar

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

in which Charlie Chester introduces Anne Shelton, Anne Shelton, Les Trois Menestrels, Bob Wallis and his Storyville Jazzmen, Bil and Bil, The Irving Davies Dancers, The Ivor Raymonde Singers.

Contributors

Presenter:
Charlie Chester
Singer:
Anne Shelton
Singers:
Les Trois Menestrels
Musicians:
Bob Wallis and his Storyville Jazzmen
Tumblers:
Bil and Bil
Dancers:
The Irving Davies Dancers
Singers:
The Ivor Raymonde Singers
Continuity:
Bernard Botting
Continuity:
Charles Hart
Choreographer:
Irving Davies
Musical director:
Harry Rabinowitz
Orchestra leader:
Alec Firman
Designer:
Bob Macgowan
Associate producer:
Travers Thorneloe
Producer:
Bryan Sears

by C. S. Abraham.
[Starring] Noel Johnson, Hugh David
From Wales

A beautiful model girl photographed in Cardiff Docks! But the camera is focused oh a bullion' cage.

Contributors

Writer:
C. S. Abraham
Producer:
Dafydd Gruffydd
Designer:
Paul Bernard
Cora:
June Murphy
Fritz Meisler:
David Lawton
Barney:
Norman Wynne
Johnny Sparrow:
Hugh David
Security guard:
D. L. Davies
Tally clerk:
Talfryn Thomas
Spicer:
Noel Johnson
Blackie:
Michael Forrest
Nightwatchman:
W. H. Williams
Policeman:
Eifion Wyn Jones
Plain Clothes Policeman:
Raymond Hodge
Det-Sgt Clay:
Clyde Pollitt
P.C. Johnson:
Reginald Jessup

with John Freeman, Editor, New Statesman

"I'm up here working, so if you won't shut up, go home. And if you won't shut up or go home, I'm going home" (Finney addressing a 'Billy Liar' audience)
"Forget about booking me a fancy hotel suite — I'm staying the week with my folks at Salford" (News of the World)
"Gas bills, coal bills, laundry bills - everybody has them. But for me they're too much. They defeat me" (Daily Mail)
"When I'm good, the play is bloody marvellous. When I'm bad, it's awful" (Daily Mirror)
"I am not interested in making a tremendous amount of money. Just enough to enable me to write out the odd cheque for twenty-five pounds or a hundred pounds". (Daily Herald)
"I hate being committed—to a girl, or a film producer, or being a certain kind of big screen image." (Evening Standard)
"I want to be a star because I can act, not because my name happens to be as well known as a much plugged detergent". (Daily Mirror)

Contributors

Interviewee:
Albert Finney
Interviewer:
John Freeman
Drawings:
Feliks Topolski
Producer:
Hugh Burnett

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