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from the Parish Church of St. Matthew, Walsall.
Conducted by The Vicar and Rural Dean, The Rev. Vernon S. Nicholls assisted by The Rev. J. A. Tebboth, The Rev. E. H. Bond and The Rev. A. C. Mawson.

This great church stands on a hill overlooking Walsall, a town of 120,000 people, often described as having a hundred different trades. Here Sunday by Sunday well over a thousand people of every age come to worship. It is a family church laying great emphasis on the training of children. Under its shadows are the three Blue Coat Church of England Schools, providing an education for a thousand children from the age of five to sixteen.
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Conductor:
The Rev. Vernon S. Nicholls
Assisted by:
The Rev. J. A. Tebboth
Assisted by:
The Rev. E. H. Bond
Assisted by:
The Rev. A. C. Mawson
Organist and Master of the Choristers:
Edgar Morgan
Television presentation:
Barrie Edgar

Dyfnallt Morgan ac Ifan O. Williams yn blasu'r gwanwyn gyda rhai o'r bobol sy'n byw a bod yn un o ddyffryhoedd mwyaf rhamantus Cymru Efo'r grug a'r adar mdn Telediad allanol Y cynhyrchu gan SELWYN RODERICK :
(Welsh transmitters and Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)

Contributors

Unknown:
Dyfnallt Morgan
Unknown:
Ifan O. Williams
Unknown:
Selwyn Roderick

Introduced by John Cherrington.

Drift from the Land
Is the farm labour situation serious? Why do they come? Why do they go? Why do they stay?

Dehorning
The Vet demonstrates a painless method of dehorning calves, which can be used by the farmer.

From the Midlands

Followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers

Contributors

Presenter:
John Cherrington
Item presenter (Dehorning):
The Vet [name uncredited]
Producer:
Anthony Parkin

A drama starring John Wayne, Laraine Day and Sir Cedric Hardwicke with Anthony Quinn
Frederick Alexander is a wealthy and powerful man and he is convinced there is no man he cannot bend to his will. But when he employs engineer Johnny Munroe to drive a tunnel through the Andes he finds be is wrong.

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

An animated cartoon written and drawn by John Ryan.
Captain Pugwash in another thrilling adventure with his band of black-hearted pirates and cabin boy Tom.

An expedition in search of a precious stone leads the adventurers to their real treasure.
Storyteller, Peter Hawkins

Contributors

Writer/Artist:
John Ryan
Narrator:
Peter Hawkins
Presented by:
Gordon Murray

by Charlotte Bronte.
Dramatised in six episodes by Constance Cox.

Jane goes back to Thornfield. But it lies in ruins, and Rochester has gone.

Contributors

Author:
Charlotte Bronte
Dramatised by:
Constance Cox
Director:
Rex Tucker
Script associate:
Ian Dallas
Music composed by:
Tristram Cary
Costumes supervised by:
Rosemary Wilkins
Make-up supervised by:
Christine Hillcoat
Film cameraman:
Charles Lagus
Film editor:
Pam Bosworth
Special effects:
Bernard Wilkie
Special effects:
Jack Kine
Sound mixing:
Jack Brummitt
Lighting:
Sam Barclay
Designer:
Fanny Taylor
Producer:
Douglas Allen
Mr Rochester:
Richard Leech
Mrs Rochester:
Hira Talfrey
Grace Poole:
Nan Marriott-Watson
Diana Rivers:
Pennt Whittam
Mary Rivers:
Brenda Dean
St John Rivers:
William Russell
Jane Eyre:
Ann Bell
Leah:
Stephanie Bidmead
Mr Briggs:
William Devlin
Hannah:
Betty Hardy
Landlord:
Michael Bilton

For some years there was talk of a 'boom in religion' at the universities. What has happened to it now? Cambridge, long a centre of radical Christian thought, provides a view of the present situation and some possible pointers to the future.

Contributors

Reporter:
Stuart MacLure
Film editor:
Pam Bosworth
Producer:
Peter Ferres

from Altrincham Grammar School for Girls, Cheshire with the combined choirs of Secondary Schools in the district.
Introduced by Donald Leggat.
Pianists, Katherine Porritt, Clara M. Johnson

Contributors

Presenter:
Donald Leggat
Conductor:
Dr. J. E. Wallace
Soloist:
Norma Procter
Pianist:
Katherine Porritt
Pianist:
Clara M. Johnson
Prayer and Blessing:
The Rev. John Heywood
Producer:
Peter Hamilton

An adventure into the fabulous world of Russian Circus.
Presenting many of the greatest acts in the world filmed during actual performances in: The Moscow State Circus, The Georgian State Circus, The Rostov State Circus, The Leningrad State Circus
Starring
Oleg Popov, Russia's greatest clown
with 250 performers from eleven Soviet Republics
including:
Avanessova - Airborne with a live eagle
Kasyanov Troupe - High dry diving on an upward swing
Vyazov Fliers - Flying trapeze without a net
Mchedelishvili - Georgian power acrobats
Enguibarov - Great clown discovery
Shestoua and the Twin Brothers Assaturyan - Unique adagio trio from Samarkand
Logacrova - Honoured artiste on the silver wire
Kaseyev and Manasaryan - Brilliant hand equilibrists
Lissin and Sinkovskaya - in their 'Flight with the Rocket'
Filatov's Bear Circus - The greatest troupe of brown bears
Almanuskii's Varuakoino - Lithuanian Liberty Pigs
Medjidov - Rope 'bounder' from Daghestan.
Abdulayev - Jug juggling shepherd from Azerbaijan.
Mikituk Trio - They 'think' with their feet
Olkhovikov - Plays with fire on the flying horse
Voijanski Family - Daring and artistry on the high wire
Alibek Kantemirov and his Riders - Djigit horsemen from the steppes

Filmed through the courtesy of The All Union Committee for State Circuses by arrangement with Central Television of the U.S.S.R, and in co-operation with Producer Gherman Livanov
Introductions spoken by Keith Fordyce.

Contributors

Clown:
Oleg Popov
Performer:
null Avanessova
Divers:
Kasyanov Troupe
Trapeze artists:
Vyazov Fliers
Acrobatics:
null Mchedelishvili
Clown:
null Enguibarov
Performers:
Shestoua and the Twin Brothers Assaturyan
Performer:
null Logacrova
Equilibrists:
Kaseyev and Manasaryan
Performers:
Lissin and Sinkovskaya
Performer:
null Medjidov
Juggler:
null Abdulayev
Performers:
Mikituk Trio
Performers:
Voijanski Family
Riders:
Alibek Kantemirov and his Riders
Producer:
Gherman Livanov
Cameraman:
Vladimir Gussev
Cameraman:
Igor Shagin
Cameraman:
Vladimir Fastenko
Lighting:
Vladimir Shrustev
Sound:
Vasili Zosimovitch
Editor:
Leonard Trumm
Editor:
Barry Gavin
Introductions spoken by:
Keith Fordyce
Script and production:
Derek Burrell-Davis

by Ronald Eyre.
with John Colin, Judy Parfitt, Harold Goodwin and Robert Gillespie
Song by children of Mapplewell Junior School

Contributors

Writer/director:
Ronald Eyre
Designer:
Malcolm Goulding
Film Cameraman:
Ken Westbury
Film Editor:
Pam Bosworth
Producer:
John Elliot
Albert Dawson:
John Colin
Cathy Dawson:
Judy Parfitt
Bill:
Robert Gillespie
Oily Mason:
Harold Goodwin
Nora Mason:
Kitty Attwood
Sid Robinson:
Mike Pratt
Fran Thompson:
Barbara Leake
Les:
Patrick Godfrey
Clerk:
Peggy Butt
Ginger:
Ray Mort
Collier:
John Rees
Collier:
Tom Adams
Collier:
Kent Baker
Collier:
Syd Deller
Collier:
Brian Lawson
Collier:
John Tordoff

A fortnightly magazine of the arts.
Introduced by Huw Wheldon.

Contributors

Presenter:
Huw Wheldon
Film editor:
Allan Tyrer
Associate producer:
Nancy Thomas
Associate producer:
David Jones
Editor:
Humphrey Burton

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