The morning magazine
Introduced by Jack de Manio
Plymouth Bible Week
A reflection on what is going on by people taking part
Introduced by Jack de Manio
' Timmy the Sparrow ' Robin Holmes talks to Clare Kipps
' Blind Jack ' by Stephanie Roden Ryder
Introduced by Jack Singleton
Lina Lalandi (clavichord)
Honor Sheppard (soprano) David Channon (lute)
There is a crisis at the Café" Saint-Jacques. Tante Martine believes a ten-franc note has disappeared from the till. Fortunately all ends well.
Listeners are also invited by Pierre Lefevre to sing Ma Normandie Script by Emile Harven
Early Stages in French series
Rise up. 0 men of God (BBC H.B.
New Every Morning, page 90 Psalm 23 (Broadcast psalter) St. Matthew 24, vv. 42-51
Jesu. our hope, our heart's desire
(BBC H.B. 126)
by Estelle Thompson abridged by Barbara Henderson read by Beverley Dunn Last of fifteen instalments
Kirsten Flagstad (soprano) with Edwin McArthur (piano) Three songs from Grieg's Haugtussa on a gramophone record
by Rache! Percival
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
. For five- and six-year olds encouraging them to move to music
Repeated on Thursday at 9.55 a.m.
A topical programme for older children
The subject for next week will be announced at the end of this broadcast.
11: Suffering and Character
Speaker, A consultant psychiatrist
Sixth Form series: The Christian Religion and its Philosophy
Joan Taylor (soprano)
BBC Welsh Orchestra
Leader. Philip Whiteway
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A spontaneous discussion by Richard Crossman , m.p.
Sir John Wolfenden
Geoffrey Johnson Smith , M.P.
Travelling Question-Master, Freddy Grisewood
Arranged by Michael Bowen
From the Grammar School, Totton. Hampshire
Recording of last Friday's broadcast in the Light Programme followed by an interlude
An Englishman visits the Tsar (1553) and trade between England and Russia begins
Script by Rhoda Power
Stories from World History series
An account of the struggle to achieve the abolition of the Negro slave trade between West Africa and the West Indies, including readings from John Newton and William Wilberforce
Newton (1725-1807) was himself a slave trader in his youth, but later became a Church of England minister and one of the most ardent supporters of the Abolitionist cause.
Script by Sheila Debes Modern History series
Second of three talks by Gladys Whitred on Menotti's short opera for television
Adventures in Music series
The novel by HENRY SETON MERRIMAN freely adapted for broadcasting in ten parts by Norman Edwards
The story is centred round a household in Dantzig at the time of the Napoleonic invasion of Russia.
7: B&rlasch returns
Produced by DAVID H. GODFREY Sunday's recorded broadcast
with some favourite records that listeners have helped him to choose
An anthology of poems chosen by John Carroll for
Judi Dench and John Stride
Recorded broadcast of August 15
A message of comfort and cheer for all ' in trouble, sorrow, need, sickness, or any other adversity '
Stuart Hibberd introduces a talk by the Psychiatrist
Listeners' letters are very welcome as they give real help in planning these talks. Send them to Stuart Hibberd , c/o Silver Lining, Broadcasting House. London, W.I. Listeners will realise that speakers cannot reply personally but they will try to deal with their problems in the talks.
A programme for the fives to eights
When They Were Young
Stories of famous composers read by Kathleen Garscadden
Kdvard Greieg boy of the Northland by Sybil Deucher
3: The Music of Norway
The life and legends of the American West retold in words and music
5: Son of a (iun
The singers include:
The Kingston Trio. Johnny Cash Paul Clayton , Guy Carawan
Alfred Drake. Merrick Jarrett Hank Williams , Tex Ritter Written and introduced by Murray Kash
Directed by John Powell
Shortened version of the recorded broadcast of April 1 in the Light Programme
Out of the Shallows by Richard Armstrong abridged by P. J. R. Wright in six instalments read by Richard Hurndall
3: Crossing the Line
The s.s. Limpopo is now off Madeira, en route for Buenos Aires, and the weather is fine and warm after a bad storm. Archie finds there is much to learn about seamanship and about getting on with his shipmates.
P. J. R.
Forecast for land areas. followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A weekly talk to gardeners in the South-East
Comment, controversy and character for listeners in London and the counties of the South-East
Sonata in G, Op. 78 played by Manoug Parikian (violin) Lamar Crowson (piano)
An estimation of Rupert Brooke
See panel and page 30
Introduced by Donald Leggat
Kendall Taylor (piano)
BBC Scottish Orchestra Leader, Peter Gibbs
Conducted by John Hopkins
Before an invited audience in the BBC Studios, Broadcasting House, Glasgow
The Keeper Speaks English
WALTER ALLEN describes an experience during his first visit to Greece. He went there expecting to escape into the remote past; and in this he was not disappointed. But a chance encounter with an innkeeper on the last day of his visit led him to escape into a present almost as remote as the memorials of the past that surrounded it.
Background to the News
People in the News
The Wedding Present by Holloway Horn read by Ursula Howells
followed by late weather forecast
Eta Harich-Schneider (harpsichord) Ferdinand Conrad (recorder) Hugo Ruf (harpsichord)
Johannes Koch (viola da gamba)
Sonata in G. for recorder and continuo (Loeillet)
Gavotte and variations in A minor, for harpsichord (Rameau)
Sonata in D minor, for recorder and continuo (Loeillet) on gramophone records