The morning magazine
Introduced' by Peter Bryant
' The Answer to Loneliness '
Talks by the Bishop of Coventry
Introduced by Peter Bryant
Jean Balfour gives food news, comment, and suggestions for the household shopper
Interval music for Schools at 9.2
All glory, laud, and honour (C.H.
91. omitting v. 1 and the second
-part of v. 2; S.P. 135, D.S. 56, and P.H. 61. all omitting w. 2 and 3: Tune, St. Theodulph-S.P. 135)
Interlude: The Triumphal Entry
Prayers; the Prayer for Today; the Lord's Prayer
Ride on, ride on in majesty (S.P.
632; C.H. 135. omitting v. 5; D.S. 122; P.H. 150: Tune, Gopsal—S.P.
Sonata in E minor, Op. 38 played by Bruno Schrecker (cello)
Norah Newby (piano)
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT II by Marjorie Eele
A programme encouraging children to move to music
Wednesday's recorded broadcast
All praise to thee. who safe hast kept (BBC H.B. 401)
New Every Morning, page 64 Psalm 112 (Broadcast psalter) St. Mark 5. vv. 1-20
Lord. while for all mankind we pray (BBC H.B. 432)
played by The Robin Richmond Trio
TIME AND TUNE by Kay Foster
11.20 HOW THINGS BEGAN
4: Men paint pictures and carve bone
Script by Rhoda Power and Dina Dobson
11.40 POETRY AND PERFORMANCE
An unscripted discussion between A. Alvarez-and Ted Hughes
The last of four talks on the interpretation of poetry, dealing with poets roughly representative of four generations of modern poetry.
Talks for Sixth Forms series
by Joy Adamson abridged by Brenda Markham read by Mary Wimbush
Second of six instalments
A radio correspondence column in which listeners add their comments to the views expressed in ' Any Questions?'
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
From the many broadcasts on BBC sound and television during the past seven days Gale Pedrick selects highlights that listeners may have missed or might like to hear again
Introduced by John Ellison
Edited by Gordon Williams
BENARES, A HOLY CITY
A visit to the great centre of Hindu pilgrimage, by Francis Watson
2.20 LUKE WRITES HIS GOSPEL
Where did Luke. a Greek doctor and friend of St. Paul. find the information about Jesus on which hia Gospel is based?
Script by Margaret Boys and Robert Walton
2.40 TREASURE ISLAND by Robert Louis Stevenson
Adapted for broadcasting in five parts by Garry Lyle 4: I strike the Jolly
Roger Jim Hawkins on board the Hispaniola. He falls into the hands of the enemy.
Harry Davidson and his Orchestra
Introduced' by Ivan. Samson
Master of Ceremonies, Charles Crathorn
Produced by Fredric Bayco
The dances: Crown Twostep; Florentine Waltz: The Glen Mona ; Third and fourth figures of the Tango Quadrilles; Royal Saunter; Progressive Barn Dance; Viennese Waltz
Tickets may be obtained for the recording of this programme on February 8 at
6.45 p.m. on application to [address removed], enclosing stamped addressed envelope.
A weekly exploration of the BBC Sound Archives
MEN OF THE SEA
' They had swallowed us up quick; when they were so wrathfully displeased at us ... the deep waters of the proud had gone over our soul.'
Men of the Royal and Merchant Navies tell in their own words of war at sea
Research by Keith Parry Edited and introduced by Denys Gueroult
BBC Northern Orchestra
Leader, Reginald Stead
'Conductor, George Hurst
Marian Nowakowski (bass)
Overture: The Impresario. Cimarosa
Recording of the concert given before an audience in the Town Hall, Manchester, by courtesy of Manchester Corporation.
5.0 JUNIOR TIME
A programme for the fives to eights
Alexander Armstrong A dialogue story by John D. Stewart
15: Alexander learns about St. Valentine
Introduced by Cicely Mathews
5.15 I KNOW WHAT I LIKE
Well-known personalities are interviewed, and choose some favourite records
This week: Mr. Acker Bilk
5.25 THE WEB OF CAESAB
A sequel to
' Beware the Hunter' by HOWARD JONES
4: 177, Rusper Street
'A man called Michael Rorke called at mv office. He said he was a photographer, with a studio in Rusper Street, Marylebone, and that he could take us to Damien for a price ...'
Music composed and arranged by Alan Paul , who is at the piano Harold Smart at the electric organ Produced by Claire Chovil
Dr John Haddon:
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East Region
6.30 South-Eastern Sport
6.40 Fishing Reel
Bill Latto comments on news and prospects for anglers in South-eastern waters
Some of the events In the South-East during- the week ahead
6.57 London Stock Market Report
From the House of Artists
Prague by courtesy of Ceskoslovensky Rozhlas
Sketch for a portrait
Sickert has been counted by many as the greatest English painter since Turner; he was also one of the most brilliant and singular personalities of his period. This programme attempts to present him in both these aspects. It is composed of reminiscences of those who knew him.
DAME PEGGY ASHCROFT , OLIVER BROWN JEANNE DAURMONT , CLIFFORD ELLIS
GWEN FFRANGCON-DAVIES , CICELY HEY HELEN LESSORE. SIR ALEC MARTIN
LORD METHUEN, HUBERT WELLINGTON
Compiled and narrated by Basil Taylor
Produced by Leonie Cohn
Background to the News
People in the News
Raising the Wind by Alex Hurst read by John Glen
followed by late weather forecast
The Reizenstein Trio Maria Lidka (violin)
Derek Simpson (cello)
Franz Reizenstein (piano)