A reading from
Lent with John Wesley by Gordon Wakefield
Reader, JOHN FORREST
Make Yourself at Home
For listeners from India and Pakistan
Afre Angrezi Sikhen
English by Radio
Produced by Viola Huggins
AD Ki Pasand on gramophone records
Introduced by SALEEM SHAHID
Produced by David Gretton
Sacred songs and old favourites from the hymn book
Introduced by SANDY MAFPHERSON
from St. Mary's Church,
Nolton, Bridgend, Glamorgan Conducted by the Rector, CANON W. HAYDN REES
Sermon by The Bishop of Llandaif
THE RT. Rev. GLYN SIMON
Psalm 119, vv. 9-16, 105-112
Readings: Jeremiah 31. vv. 31-34;
St. Matthew 5. w. 1-20
Anthem: King of glory (W.
H. Harris )
Hymns (A. and M. Rev.): Teach me, my God and King (337); 0 thou. who earnest from above (329); God be in my head (332)
Organist. Vera H. Llewellyn
The first of six Lent services In which preachers of various denominations apply the Christian Gospel to some of the problems of modern ethics.
These sermons are to be published by the BBC In April under the title ' The Politics of the Kingdom'
CHARLES CAUSLEY reads his own story
An Experience of Life
A young schoolmaster finds his carefully buitt-up facade of respectability shattered by the unexpected arrival of an ex-Naval companion at his school ...
A Sunday supplement to Woman's Hour
† Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
What Makes a Lady?: opinions from MARGHANITA LASKI, ARTHUR MARSHALL , and BRIGADIER ROBINSON
The Twain Meeting: MALCOLM HIOSSICK , who was a tutor in Thailand and whose pupils included children of the Royal Family, talks to FIONA THORBURN
Incident Proneness: ANNE JONES recalls a personal experience
Equality?: JOAN YORKE reports on the attitude of the churches to women
Chairman, PHILIP Hope-Wallace
Broadcasting; JACQUES BRUNIUS
Book: JOHN BOWEN
Art: GEORGE MELLY
Film: EDGAR ANSTEY
Theatre: HAROLD HOBSON
Producer, Carl Wildman
A spontaneous discussion by SIR WILLIAM CONNOR (' Cassandra ')
PATRICIA DE TRAFFORD
Travelling Question-Master, FREDDY GRISEWOOD
Produced by Michael Bowen from Cirencester
Last Friday's broadcast (Light)
Members of the Camberwell Gardens Guild put their problems to
FRED LOADS , BILL SOWERBUTTS ALAN GEMMELL
Flowering Cherry by Robert Bolt adapted for radio by CEDRIC MESSINA with Wendy Hiller and Brewster Mason
' All right, you'll see, one day I'll surprise you, one Spring I'll surprise you. "Come on," I'll say, " come and see what we've got," and we'll leave the kids and drive down there. Then you'll see a hundred trees in a row, and thirty rows all in blossom.'
Produced by CEDRIC MESSINA
Broadcast on February 20, 1961
A view of the arts in the making
Introduced by DEREK HART
This week includes:
There's nothing to be ashamed of in incidental music: TRIS-TRAM CARY, composer, talking about his work
Painting on the move: Richard Williams on film cartoons as a kind of action painting
I write about the North: ALAN PLATER , who lives in Hull, talks about his work as a television and theatre playwright. His new play A Smashing Day is now running at the New Arts Theatre, London
Production team: Helen Rapp
Margaret Likierman Michael Mason
Your Rates—1: LAURIE SAPPER on assessment and liability for payment
Providing for the Widow: ELIZABETH MITCHELL considers two recent cases and the lesson to be learned from them
Home Service Insurance: TOM WILMOT answers questions
Introduced by ROBIN HOLMES
A monthly programme reflecting life in the country with Natural History contribution by ERIC SIMMS Introduced by C. GORDON GLOVER
Produced by Arthur Phillips
Shortened repeat: Wed., 9.5 a.m.
Franklin Engelmann recently visited Aldwych, London
Repeated: Wednesday at 12.15
REGINALD LEOPOLD AND THE PALM COURT ORCHESTRA
Visiting artist, JOANNE BROWN
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Evening prayer for the First Sunday in Lent sung by the ST. MARTIN SINGERS
THE REV. W. D. KENNEDY-BELL
THE REV. D. W. CLEVERLEY-FORD Vicar of Holy Trinity, Kensington
Reader, ALAN WHEATLEY
Rev. W. D.
Rev. D. W.
Appeal on behalf of The Winged Fellowship Trust by TED APPLETON (a polio victim) Contributions, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
Many crippled people, young and old, have to live permanently in hospital or in the constant care of relatives at home. Holidays, for them. are out of the question. That is why the Winged Fellowship Trust is building a Holiday Centre where even the most severely disabled can enjoy a change of scene and company under skilled and loving care. Staff, voluntary helpers, and patients are waiting, but more money is needed to complete the Centre.
by Susan Ferrier adapted for broadcasting in thirteen parts by JONQUIL ANTONY Lord Rossville has sent for Gertrude St. Clair, who has been living in France with her mother, and is considering her as the heiress to his estates in Scotland. Gertrude has met her two cousins, Colonel Delmour and Edward Lyndsay. her aunt Lady Betty, and a relative, Miss Pratt. Miss Pratt sees a likeness to Gertrude in a picture of Lizzie Lundie , a huntsman's daughter, and Mrs. St. Clair faints when she sees the portrait.
2: Gertrude visits her relatives
Produced by DAVID DAVIS
Repeated: Tuesday, 3.0 p.m.
Mrs St Clair:
Gertrude St Clair:
Introduced by ALAN KEITH with gramophone records of the most popular pieces of music chosen by listeners
The last of four programmes examining some aspects of the changing world during the last sixty-five years The People
The Social Scene
Introduced by DEREK PARKER with comment by PROFESSOR A. J. P. TAYLOR and the voices of MARGERY FRY . DAME RACHEL CROWDY VIOLET MARKHAM , EVELYN WAUGH C. H. MIDDLETON , BERTA RUCK
Compiled by Derek Parker
Produced by John Powell 1
Professor A. J. P.
Return unto the Lord "'
A prayer of Lancelot Andrewes
Anthem: Out of the deep (Psalm
130) (Thomas Morleu )
A reading from The Private
Prayers of Lancelot Andrewes
O help us. Lord (BBC H.B. 336) Isaiah 65, v. 24
Haydn and Mozart
NORMA FISHER (piano)
A weekly series of programmes of music by Haydn and Mozart