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British TV Listings Christmas 1959
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Christmas Eve Thursday 24th December 1959

BBCTV

1.00pm Beunydd

1.15pm Closedown

2.30pm Watch with Mother: Rag, Tag and Bobtail

(British show for young children first shown as part of the ‘Watch with Mother’ strand. First transmitted on the BBC on the 25th November 1954. Written by Louise Cochrane)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSBeQ6We5ic

2.45pm Film: Man from 1997: a comic fantasy with Charles Ruggles and James Garner.

3.30pm Faraway Look: Kangaroos and Koalas Peter Scott looks back, with his wife, on his first Faraway Look tour which took him to Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, and Fiji

4.30pm The Apple Tree with the Golden Apples Hungarian film. The story told by Johnny Morris. The animals in the wood are puzzled when the apple tree they plant produces nasty sour apples. They call the children of the village in to help. Will it now yield a golden harvest?

4.55pm Children's Newsreel

5.10pm Christmas Crackerjack with Eamonn Andrews featuring Lenny the Lion with Terry Hall
Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson
Ronnie Corbett
Raymond Rollett
Jerry Bergmann and Mimi
Ronnie Boyer and Jeanne Ravel

6.05pm News, The Weather

6.25pm Christmas Fare A look ahead at Christmas programmes with Alex Macintosh , Michael Aspel , and a few friends

6.30pm Carols from Canterbury Sung in the Crypt and the Choir of the Cathedral Introduced by The Dean of Canterbury
The Very Rev. Hewlett Johnson. D.D.

7.05pm Film : The Trail to Christmas (1957)
starring James Stewart

7.30pm Julie Andrews and John Fraser in "The Gentle Flame" by Francis Essex

8.15pm Amahl and the Night Visitors
Christmas story with music by Gian Carlo Menotti

9.00pm News Summary

9.05pm Film : Sister Kenny (1946)
starring Rosalind Russell

10.55pm Mass of the Nativity from the Roman Catholic Bergkirche, Eisenstadt, Austria

12.00 Closedown

Christmas Day Friday 25th December 1959

BBCTV

8.30am Christmas Greeting A programme of carols by The George Mitchell Glee Club and Dennis Wilson Quartet

9.00am The Queen Her Majesty's recorded Christmas Message to the Commonwealth (sound only)

9.03am Dartington Christmas Festival introduced by Huw Wheldon

9.30am Gwyl Y Geni (Festival of the Nativity)

10.00am Closedown

11.00am Morning Service for Christmas Day from St George's Parish Church, Stockport

11.45am Peace on Earth Christmas programme from the International Pestalozzi Children's Villages. In Switzerland and in Sussex children from all over Europe gather round the Christmas tree as one family.

12.15pm Meet Mr Kringle film comedy starring Thomas Mitchell, Teresa Wright , Macdonald Carey

1.00pm News Summary

1.15pm Music with Max - Max Jaffa's with The Trio, Alicia Markova and the Linden Singers

1.35pm Days Before Christmas National Film Board of Canada film about the festive season in Montreal

2.00pm Boots and Saddles film series "Dispatch Rider"

2.25pm While Angels Watch In a hospital in Singapore a young nurse finds that the message of Christmas has for her a special and personal meaning. A documentary film about Queen Alexandra's Nursing Service

3.00pm Chipperfield's Christmas Circus Festival from Bingley Hall , Birmingham

4.00pm Billy Cotton's Christmas Party An invitation to children of all ages to join Billy Cotton and his Band plus guests

4.45pm Barrie's A Kiss for Cinderella starring Jeannie Carson

6.15pm News Summary

6.20pm Christmas Night with the Stars featuring the Jimmy Logan Show, Charlie Drake, Whack-O! and many more

7.35pm Songs of Many Lands with Harry Belafonte

8.20pm Film : High Noon (1952) starring Gary Cooper

9.45pm News Summary

9.50pm Bleak House by Charles Dickens adapted for television

10.20pm Make Way for Music Thirty minutes of music in an informal manner

10.50pm Epilogue for Christmas Day The Rev. Frederic Greeves Principal of Didsbury College, Bristol followed by

Weather Closedown

Boxing Day Saturday 26th December 1959

BBCTV

11.40am Beunydd

12.00 Grandstand
introduced by David Coleman
(12.05pm Boxing in America: Garnett 'Sugar' Hart v Luis Rodriguez
12.35 Motor Racing from Brands Hatch: Production Sports Car Race
1.00 Racing at Kempton Park: Mistletoe Novices Steeplechase
1.10 Motor Racing: Christmas Trophy Race,
1.30 Racing: Hunter Simmonds Handicap Hurdle
2.00 Racing: The King George VI Steeplechase
2.10 Motor Racing: John Davy Trophy Race
2.30 Racing: Holly Handicap Steeplechase
3.00 Motor Racing: Silver City Trophy Race
3.30 Amateur Boxing: Welsh ABA Annual Competition
4.30 Football and Racing Summaries)

5.00pm Whirlybirds
"Seven Were Trapped"
The back entrance to the mine is on a part of the mountain which is inaccessible by car or on foot. P.T. and Chuck arrive and with their helicopter's help, try to save the lives of seven trapped men

5.25pm The Three Princes
A tale of the Thousand Nights and One Night by Rex Tucker

6.15pm News Summary, The Weather

6.22pm Laramie
Western series

7.10pm Dixon of Dock Green
A Piece of Pink Ribbon
starring Jack Warner

7.40pm Mother Goose
Pantomime with Frankie Howerd

9.10pm News Summary

9.15pm Never Die
A new detective thriller by John Elliott and Geoffrey Bush starring
Dorothy Alison, Gordon Jackson, Bill Owen, William Russell
Katherine Kath, Jack Watling

10.45pm The Good Old Days
A Christmas Edition of Old-Time Music-Hall
Morecambe and Wise
Betty Jumel
Cardew Robinson
Noberti
Smoothey and Layton
The Manton Brothers
Patricia Bredin
Chairman : Leonard Sachs

11.45pm Weather
Closedown

Sunday 27th December 1959

BBCTV

12.40pm Weather and Farming

1.15pm O Sul I Sul
(From Sunday to Sunday) in Welsh

1.30pm Croeso
(Visit) in Welsh

2.00pm Ask Me Another
special challenge match between the Webster family from Lancashire and the Carr family from North Wales

2.30pm Film: Never a Dull Moment (1950)
starring Irene Dunne and Fred MacMurray

3.55pm The Phil Silvers Show starring Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko in "Mess Hall Mess"

4.20pm Out of the Blue
Roger Bond is a farmer's son but his life is closely linked with the sea, and his dreams are of tides and boats and fishing, and, above all, the spoils of the sea

4.50pm Lenny's Den with Lenny the Lion and Terry Hall

5.00pm The Young Lady from London
A comedy in six parts
Written and produced by Rex Tucker Part 6

5.30pm Snapshot
film series about animals and people from all over the world

5.45pm Sunday Special
"The Candlemaker" An animated cartoon film

6.00pm News Summary and The Weather Man

6.05pm Sea Parish
The work of the Missions to Seamen told through the story of a seaman whose voyages take him to Australia and back home in time for Christmas

6.35pm With Heart and Voice
from Wales, Hywel Davies introduces seven hymns and carols sung by Helen Watts , Rowland Jonet and the Treorchy Male Choir

7.00pm Meeting Point at Christmas
When Jesus was born at Bethlehem

7.25pm News Summary

7.30pm The Eddie Fisher Show
with guests including Bob Monkhouse

8.15pm What's My Line ?
Television's most popular panel game with Isobcl Barnett, Gilbert Harding, Polly Elwes, Cyril Fletcher, In the chair, Eamonn Andrews

8.45pm Sunday Night Theatre : Waters of the Moon
a play by N C Hunter

10.15pm News Summary

10.20pm The Edge of the Sixties

11.15pm The Epilogue
The Christmas Story
As seen by great artists of the past

Bank Holiday Monday 28th December 1959

BBCTV

12.55pm Beunydd

1.15pm Racing at Kempton Park
(1.30 Christmas Handicap Hurdle,
2.00 Kenton Handicap Chase, 2.30 Oatlands Handicap Chase)

2.40pm Watch with Mother
Picture Book

2.55pm Mainly for Women
"Passage into Sunshine"
The story of an emigrant journey to Australia

3.25pm Keep Fit
with Eileen Fowler

3.40pm Science International

4.45pm Today's Sport
introduced by Kenneth Wolstenholme
Today's sporting headlines and all the results Football, Rugby, Racing

5.00pm The Snow Princess
Russian cartoon film based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen

6.00pm News and The Weather

6.20pm Wells Fargo
"Fort Massacre"
starring Dale Robertson
The exciting adventures of the famous Western Stagecoach Service

6.45pm Tonight
Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart, Alan Whicker , Fyfe Robertson and including John Morgan, Polly Elwes and Cy Grant

7.25pm News Summary

7.30pm This Is Your Life
with Eamonn Andrews

8.05pm The Men from Room Thirteen
"The Man Who Lost His Trousers" Part 1
starring John Welsh and William Fox
A series of crime stories in two weekly parts

8.35pm The Edge of the Sixties
2- The Jazz Age

9.30pm Professional Boxing
Cruiserweight- Alan Peacock (Hull) v Gordon Corbett (B'ham),
Welterweight- Brian Husband (Hull) v Ron Warnes (Erith)

10.30pm News

10.45pm Come Dancing
for the BBC Inter-Regional Dancing Contest Peter West introduces the fifth heat in the nation-wide amateur ballroom dancing contest between twelve regions for the BBC Television Award and Formation Team Cup

11.30pm Weather

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Funny Story: I walked out of the bedroom, into the TV room the other day... turned on the TV, and saw my wife brushing her teeth on the local news. I said; "Honey? Why are you brushing your teeth on the six oclock news???"
She glggled out of control and eventually told me it was for a medical story.
These are shots from Final Cut Pro HD. The software she used to edit the story, with the toothbrush video.

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