The morning magazine
Introduced by Jack de Manio
Louise Davies gives food news comment and suggestions for the household shopper followed by an interlude
' Men Seeking Truth '
Talks by Father George Songhurst
3: A truth with many frontiers
Introduced by Jack de Manio
Louise Davies gives food news : second hearing of the broadcast at 7.40
Lionel Brett looks at the changing sky-line of London and comments-not too seriously-on the shape of things to come
sung by the Benvenuto Duo
Clare Walmesley (soprano)
Laura Sarti (mezzo-soprano) with Paul Hamburger (piano)
Stage 2 by Rachel Percival
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
For six- to eight-year-olds encouraging them to move to music
Ye holy angels bright (BBC H.B.
New Every Morning, page 22
Psalm 27, part 1 (Broadcast psalter) Revelation 21, vv. 1-7
God's law is perfect (BBC H.B. 456)
Band of the Scots Guards
Conducted by Capt. J. H. Howe Director of Music
Capt. J. H.
Harry Armstrong explains how wheels were developed to overcome friction
Junior Science series
With the present knowledge of molecular structure scientists are now able to build up molecules which have certain desired properties. This has been done for synthetic rubbers and plastics.
Script by Reginald Williams
General Science series
A talk by Max Bellancourt , with commentaries on some paintings published in the schools' pamphlet
French for Sixth Forms
Middlesex v. Essex at Lord's
Derbyshire v. Sussex at Chesterfield
Commentary by Brian Johnston from Lord's, and by Robert Hudson from Chesterfield
Traditional music and songs from a square-dance party at Weston-super-Mare
Songs from Pat Shaw
Caller, Nibs Matthews
Music by the Jolly Waggoners Band
Led by Nan Fleming-Williams Master of Ceremonies, Bernard Fishwick
Produced by Brian Patten
Introduced by Bryan Platt
Mobile (ilasshouses: Blackcurrants. Terence Allan , a grower from near Mldhurst. Sussex, discusses these two aspects of his holding with Frank Allerton
Prairie Bees: Albert Moore reports on honey production in Western Canada
Produced by John Greenslade The second item is recorded
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
A light-hearted look at the advertising world with Michael Medwin
Fenella Fielding, Joan Sims
Nicholas Phipps , Warren Mitchell Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS
Recorded broadcast of January 1. in the Light Programme
Concerto in the Italian style in F major
Echo (Overture in the French style in B minor) on gramophone records
by Diana Ross with music composed and played by Michael Jessett
Let's Join In series
' The Northern Cobbler'
Robert Gittings introduces Tennyson's dialect poem about the cobbler who cured himself of drink
Reader, Trevor Martin
Books. Plays, Poems series
Tony joins Mr. Collins on a fishing expedition
Script by Christine Dudley
Nature Study series
The Avenging Chance by ANTHONY BERKELEY adapted for broadcasting by Cedric Messina
Roger Sheringham investigates the ' poisoned chocolate' murder case.
Produced by CEDRIC MESSINA
Sir William Anstruther:
Middlesex v. Essex
Derbyshire v. Sussex
from Manchester Cathedral
Preces and responses (Bernard Ross ) Psalms 82, 83, 84, 85
First Lesson: Deuteronomy 30
Magnificat (Watson in E major) Second Lesson: Acts 17, vv. 16-34
Nunc dimittis (Watson in E major) Creed: Lesser Litany; Collects Christ is risen (John Joubert ) Prayers: The Grace
Organist and Master of the Choristers, Derrick Cantrell
' There were three of us in this little box of our hopes and fears; but a yacht is a marvel of compression. Within this small boat we were entirely self-contained.'
ANDREW PHELAN describes a journey from Devon to Ireland.
A story by Louise Fatio read by David Lloyd James
There was once a very happy lion. His home was not the hot and dangerous plains of Africa where hunters lie in wait with their guns, it was a lovely French town with brown tile roofs and gay shutters.
A new adventure serial in six episodes by HOWARD JONES
3:Madame 1.a Marquise
' Paris, 1685. This must be the house of Emile Rouard , the Huguenot gold-smith. Was he the man whose name Clarke managed to scrawl in the dust of his attic just before he died? '
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
M le Comte d'Estac:
Madame de Montespan:
Forecast for land areas. followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region
" Islands, aits, ayots, isles, eyots, and islets, they are like the beads of a dispersed necklace up river from London. It is a strange part of Britain this upstream Thames.....'
With this introduction, JEREMY SANDFORD begins his journey around the upstream islands of the Thames. Some of the people he talks to have chosen island life for its privileged peace and quaintness, others because it was cheap. On one island he is shown round the extravagant attractions of a large and popular hotel, on another he records an evening spent on trad jazz Eel-Pie-Land.
DENZIL BATCHELOR remembers an afternoon in Barkway some four years ago.
Haydn and Schubert played by the Robert Masters Piano Quartet Robert Masters (violin) Nannie Jamieson (viola) Muriel Taylor (cello) Ross Pratt (piano)
Piano Trio No. 8, in C minor.Haydn Adagio and Rondo Concertante. for piano and string trio (D.487)
Anona Winn , Joy Adamson
Jack Train , Richard Dimbleby ask all the questions and Kenneth Home knows some of the answers
Produced by C. F. MEEHAN
Repeated on Thursday at 1.10
' Twenty Questions' is broadcast by arrangement with Maurice Winnick
Tickets for this series are available on application to [address removed]. enclosing stamped addressed envelope.
violin with the BBC Symphony Orchestra Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Izler Solomon
A short story by Jack Cope read by Bruce Stewart
Roppie was the most popular and daring seal in Cape Town harbour. But one day his daring (and his voracious appetite for fish) caused him to tarry too long when the entrance to a dry dock was closed; he was faced with the greatest challenge of his life.
by Peter Fleming
' I've never been able to resist trying to bring up wild animals and birds. The idea is not to keep them in captivity, which seems to me pointless and cruel, but to have them about the place as sort of outlying, loosely attached members of the household.' Peter Fleming describes his acquaintance with a kestrel.
Background to the News
People in the News
Prelude and Fugue in F minor. Op.
35 No. 5
Songs without words
B flat major. Op. 67 No. 3 E major. Op. 19 No. 1 played by Maureen Jackson (piano)
Taxi to Tobruk by Rene Havard abridged by Donald Bancroft read by Gabriel Woolf
Third of fifteen instalments
(clarinet and basset-horn)
Georgina Dobree (basset-horn)
Deirdre Dundas-Grant (bassoon)
Clifton Helliwell (piano)