The morning magazine
Introduced by Peter Bryant
June Jay gives food news comment and suggestions for the household shopper
Talks by the Rev. Glyn Parry-Jones 3: Which way?
Introduced by Peter Bryant
GEOFFREY DRAYTON describes his return home to Barbados after three years at Cambridge and the realisation that his choice of a writer's'occupation must take him back to Europe.
Daphne Down (clarinet)
Elizabeth Harding (piano)
by Rachel Percival
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
For six- to eight-year-olds encouraging them to move to music
Come down, 0 love divine (BBC
New Every Morning, page 37 Psalm 122 (Broadcast psalter) Ephesians 5, vv. 1-20
Jesus, Lord, we look to thee (BBC
Band of the Welsh Guards
Conducted by Major F. L. Statham , M.B.E. Director of Music
Major F. L.
Living In Water
How water animals overcome the problems of breathing and moving under water by H. A. Armstrong
Junior Science series
A series of five programmes on reproduction and development by Richard Palmer
1: What Are You Made Of?
General Science series
A trip with a tape-recorder to meet some of the people and capture some of the sounds to be heard today on an island in the heart of Paris with a history of two thousand years Compiled and presented by Raymond Escoffey
French for Sixth Forms series
played by Ian Powrie and his Band
Introduced by W. P. Blount
Cocks or Hens?: Ian Bestwick , from Maidstone, Kent, talks about the problems connected with running a chick sexing service
Ducks and Drakes: Jenny Culling-ton. County Poultry Officer for Norfolk, gives her impressions of the duck industry in the United States and compares their methods with those in Britain
Produced by John Greenslade
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A light-hearted look at the advertising world Michael Medwin as Michael Lightfoot an account executive
Eleanor Summerfield as Maggie, a TV executive Fenella Fielding as Janet secretary to Michael Lightfoot Joan Sims as Mavis, a shorthand typist Nicholas Phipps as Adrian Beates , copywriter Warren Mitchell as most other characters
Script by Myles Rudge and Ronnie Wolfe
Produced by John Simmonds
Recorded broadcast of October 9, 1961, in the Light Programme
Two Arabesques (Debussy) Jeux d'eau (Ravel)
Alborada del gracioso (Ravel) on gramophone records
A Turkish fairy tale about Ali, a poor cook. and Mustafa Bey , his greedy master Let's Join In series
The story of Romeo and Juliet, two lovers from opposing families, has been used in many ways. Robert Gittings speaks of two modern examples-Maxwell Anderson 's play Winterset and the musical West Side Story-and introduces scenes from Shakespeare's play, to be broadcast during the next four weeks.
Books, Plays, Poems series
See page 34
Tony thinks he might get a job as a shepherd
Script by Christine Dudley
Nature Study series
A Glass of Lemonade by BARRY BERMANGE with Frank Partington , Isla Cameron A little girl is left outside a pub to wait for her parents. Inside they discuss a recent child-murder.
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
3.30 Ware Rabbit by ALAN LETMAN with Donald McKillop , Haydn Jones When your boss asks you to do a favour, and it only involves catching a rabbit, why not do it?
Plays produced by ROBIN MIDGLEY s
for the eve of St. David's Day from Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff
Introit: Glorious in heaven (
Percy Whitlock )
Preces and Responses (
William Smith )
Proper Psalms 92 and 99 First Lesson: Ecclesiasticus 44, vv.
Magnificat (Charles Wood in G major, for double choir)
Second Lesson: Hebrews 11, vv. 8-16 Nunc dimittis (Charles Wood) Creed; Lesser Litany
The Lord's Prayer (Robert Stones) Suffrages (Smith); Collects
Anthem 0 sing unto the Lord a new song (Arnold Cooke)
Hymn: The Saints of Wales Organist and Master of the Choristers. Robert Joyce
Assistant Organist, V. Anthony Lewis
LEONARD CLARK remembers four ' Uncles ' '—John, Frank, Sam Feather -stone, and Claude Parnell -' all countrymen, all different, all bringing fun and colour into my boyhood.'
Recorded broadcast of Sept. 11, 1960
A programme for the fives to eights
The Queen's Music
The book by Margaret J. Miller read by Margaret Lyford Pike 4: Follow the Deer
by CHARLES WITHERSPOON
2: Detecting Isn't Easy
Produced by Cicely Mathews
Songs and stories of the American Gold Rush
Introduced by Alexis Korner
3: Pike's Peak and the Fifty-Niners
The second great gold rush in North America was centred in the mountain country around Pike's Peak in Colorado, and the boom town of this strike was Denver, high in the Rocky Mountains.
Produced by Claire Chovil
Forecast for land areas. followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
The fourth of eight programmes in the South-East regional competition
Thurrock Male Voice Choir Conductor, Arthur Jones Bromlev and District Male Voice Choir
Conductor. Sidney Smith
Hastings Girls Choir
Conductor, Edmund Niblett Wimbledon Girls Choir
Conductor, Malcolm Parker
Programme introduced by John Hobday
Produced by John Fawcett Wilson Choirs taking part are recorded
Trio in E flat major, Op. 1 No. 1 played by the St. Cecilia Trio
Sydney Humphreys (violin) Norman Jones (cello) Robin Wood (piano)
A series of five-round contests between London and the Regions LONDON v. NORTHERN IRELAND
Denis Brogan , Barry Carman
Quiz-Master, Lionel Hale
James Boyce , Ronald Green
Quiz-Master, Roy Plomley Arranged by Patrick Harvey
conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra Leader, Paul Beard
Not always, if you are your own gardener. MARY CHUBB describes an ingenious method of planting crocus, involving both eurhythmics and arithmetic.
R. E. G. Jeeps in conversation with Rex Alston
' Dickie' Jeeps, one of England's most popular Captains in recent years, has announced his decision to retire from first-class Rugby football at the end of the present season. The reasons why, Rugby football in general, his job as a fruit farmer, and his activities as a county councillor are among the subjects he talks about in this programme recorded at his home near Cambridge.
R. E. G.
Background to the News People in the News
Traveller in a Winter Landscape by Jessie Wall read by June Tobin
followed by late weather forecast
Piano Quartet No. 1, in C minor played by the Richards Piano Quartet Irene Richards (violin) Jean Stewart (viola)
Bernard Richards (cello) Terence Beckles (piano)