An excerpt from
Receive the Joyfulness of your Glory by Maisie Spens
Reader, PRESTON LocKWOOD
Reports from Britain and overseas
Sacred songs and old favourites from the hymn book
Introduced by SANDY MACPHERSON
from St. Andrew's
Gorleston Parish Church
Conducted by the Vicar, CANON E. L. CORBELL
Lessons: Joel 2, vv. 21-27
St. Mark 2, vv. 25-28
Hymns (A. and M. Rev.): For the beauty of the earth (171); Immortal love (208); Angel voices, ever singing (246)
Organist. Ronald Tucker
Canon E. L.
GEOFFREY HOUSEHOLD reads his own short story The Pejemuller Was the Mermaid genuine? That fairground was no place for creatures compounded of fire or, perhaps, of water.'
A Sunday Supplement to Woman's Hour
† Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
A son is a son till he gets him a wife: comments on the truth or otherwise of the old saying
Missionary in Vietnam: PAMELA BRADY,who works as a nurse and missionary, talks to JOCELYN RYDER-SMITH
Book into Film: PATRICIA HIGH-SMITH, RUMER GODDEN , and ALAN SILLlTOE discuss with GORDON Gow the novelist's attitude to the film of the book
The Original Thirst: LAURIE LEE reflects on the pleasures of appetite
Chairman, J. W. LAMBERT
Art: EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH
Film: JOHN RUSSELL TAYLOR
Theatre: HAROLD HOBSON
Broadcasting: JACQUES BRUNIUS
Book: RICHARD MAYNE
Produced by Carl Wildman
A series of conversations about questions more and less topical
DANIEL J. BOORSTIN
† BRIAN REDHEAD takes the chair
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A year of Gardeners' Question Time tFRANKLIN ENGELMANN recalls some of the places visited and some of the questions asked during the past year with FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
by Henryk Sienkiewicz
Translated by C. J. HOGARTH
Adapted by FELIX FELTON and SUSAN ASHMAN with Felix Felton , William Fox
Peter Howell , Anthony Jacobs
David March , John Ruddock
Hilda Schroder and Patrick Barr as the Storyteller Chilo has taken Marcus to where Lygia is hiding with the Christians in the catacombs, and they have heard St. Peter testifying to Christ. Chilo is recognised by one of the Christians.
EPISODE 5: Pleasure and Pain
Produced by R. D. SMITH
Paul of Tarsus:
ELEANOR SUMMERFIELD and RICHARD MURDOCH LANCE PERCIVAL with some tune-twisters from STEVE RACE
In the chair. Roy PLOMLEY
Devised and written by IAN MESSITER
Produced by Charles Maxwell
Broadcast of April 6 (Light)
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
Produced by Phyllis Robinson
An extended version: Friday at 4.0
From my Postbag: JOHN HAY , M.P.
Roads, Gardens, and Boundaries: a solicitor answers questions
Shops and Shopping. 3: PAMELA DEEDES considers pre-packed goods and labels
In the Church Hall if wet: advice from TOM WILMOT about insuring the village fête
Introduced by ROBIN HOLMES
The Gentle Giant
Sharks are fish which easily inspire fear in man, although the annual invasion of British waters by thirty-foot basking sharks goes almost unnoticed. How harmless are they and how do they feed? Where do they go in winter and where are they caught?
KEN DENHAM attempts to answer these questions with the help of DR. F. C. STOTT and DR. P. H. GREENWOOD. He also visits Eire in search of basking sharks
† Produced by John Sparks
Dr. F. C.
Dr. P. H.
The German Grand Prix
† ROBIN RICHARDS reports on the seventh championship race of the season for Formula 1 cars over fifteen laps of the 14.2 miles Nurburgring circuit
REGINALD LEOPOLD AND THE
PALM COURT ORCHESTRA Visiting artist, MAX WORTHLEY
† by ALISTAIR COOKE
A radio act of worship for Lammastide
Revised bv GILBERT COPE
Readers, JILL BALCON
DUNCAN CARSE, JOHN SPURLING
At the medieval festival of Lammas (or Loaf-mass) the communion bread was made from the first ears of the new harvest.
Dr. Cope is Deputy Director of the Institute for the Study of Worship and Religious Architecture, University of Birmingham.
Appeal on behalf of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association by SIR JOHN WOLFENDEN. C.B.E.
Contributions, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
As well as helping people who have been mentally sick to adjust and tind their feet again on their discharge from hospital, the P.R.A. undertakes research and other practical measures to prevent and combat mental distress in the community. Funds are needed to extend this work.
A series of thirteen programmes: 3
The Banished Duke of Grantham
Reader, BASIL JONES
The Wairus and the Carpenter by LEWIS CARROLL
Reader, DAVID DAVIS
Welsh Incident by ROBERT GRAVES
Reader, BASIL JONES
† Repeated on Tuesday at 3.0
A radio serial in thirteen parts by FREDERICK BRADNUM freely dramatised from
Louise de la Vallière and The Man in the ITon Mask by ALEXANDRE DUMAS with Patrick Troughton
Anne Cullen and Victor Lucas
D'Artagnan, disguised as the limping councillor, succeeded through a trumped-up charge in entering the Bastille as a prisoner: and by flattering the Governor was allowed to retain his walking stick—in which was concealed a sharp instrument for cutting stone.
3: The Devil and the Bastille
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by NORMAN WRIGHT
Nurman Claridge is in 'Portrait of a Queen' at the Vaudeville, Theatre, London
Louise de la ValliÃ¨re:
Prisoner of the Bastille:
Baisemeaux de Montlezun:
Mademoiselle de Montalais:
Sonata in G minor Haydn)
Haydn Society No. 44
9.14* Fantasia in C major,
Op. 17 (Schumann)
9.46* Two Preludes and Fugues,
Op. 87 (Shostakovich)
No. 15, in D flat major
No. 12, in G sharp minor on gramophone records
This is the first of a weekly series of gramophone record recitals by world-famous pianists. Some are artists who are no longer alive but still live through their records-such as Artur Schnabel and Dinu Lipatti-and others. such as the almost legendary Horowitz and the eighty-one-year-old Backhaus. are pianists who seldom visit this country.
The theme for this series is Art in Britain
8: Snowstorm: Hannibal Crossing the Alps
painted 1812 by Turner in the National Gallery, London
Speaker, MICHAEL KITSON
Lecturer in History of Art, Courtauld Institute, London Produced by George Walton Scott
Subscriptions for the year (35s ), should be sent to BBC Publications (AE 68). P.O. Box 123. London, W.I.
DEREK PARKER introduces recordings of poets reading their own verses including
T. S. ELIOT
A BBC Sound Archives production by John Powell
The peace of God
St. John 14, v. 27
Psalm 85, vv. 4-14
A reading from
The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer Ephesians 2, vv. 13-22 Hebrews 13, vv- 15-21
Father of peace and God of love (BBC H.B. 488)
Philippians 4, V.
played by FRANZ REIZENSTEIN (piano)