Introduced by ROGER MASSEY Cattle Breeding in Western
Canada: ALBERT Moore talks to VIC LUND of the Canadian Breeders' Association about the development of artificial insemination
Producing Beef profitably: DR. T. R. PRESTON of the Rowett Research Institute discusses his intensive concentrate - fed beef method with John BREWSTER, from Smithfield Market. and with JOHN WAKELAM , who favours a more traditional systern utilising farm - produced roughages
Dr. T. R.
The Chains of Habit by John Tarrant with David March
Harry Gawne has always been a creature of habit. Then one evening he unexpectedly gives a lift to a girl ...
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN
from the Cathedral Church of Christ, Canterbury
Preces and Responses (Rose) Psalms 142 and 143
Lessons: Judges 14; Hebrews 10, vv. 1-18
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Howells' Worcester Service)
Anthem: Wrestling Jacob (Malcolm Williamson)
Hymn: Lift up your heads, great gates, and sing
Organist, Allan Wicks
Sub-organist, Gwilym Isaac
by AGNES MAYLE
Mrs. Maylc suffers from disseminated sclerosis. She describes the slow advance of physical incapacity from its first small onset in 1939, and her reactions to it. The talk was recorded at her home, with the aid of a script typed on an .electric typewriter with a hammer she holds in her mouth.
A four-part radio adventure by KEVIN McGARRY
4: Dig that crazy treasure Produced by HERBERT SMITH
Drobnik, a Russian agent:
A monthly series featuring amateur music making and other arts
Music of the Coalfield
SNOWDON COLLIERY WELFARE BAND
Band-Master, J. SMITH
A Surfeit of Drama
Richard WHITMORE on the Luton Drama Festival held in the new library theatre
Off the Top
DAVID SQUIBB talks to STEPHEN PRICE of Cheam, who has written a suite for steel drum and voice Introduced by Robert Gunnell
ANONA WINN, JOY
ADAMSON JACK TRAIN, RICHARD DIMBLEBY
KENNETH HORNE in the chair
Produced by TOM RONALD
Repeated on Thursday at 1.10
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