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Wednesdays 'Ten to Eight'
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
I'll Never Forget
CANON WILLIAM PURCELL with the last of four talks
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
Readings by GARY WATSON from David Copperfteld by CHARLES DICKENS ,
Broadcast in A Book at Bedtime, 1964
for Primary Schools Introductory music
9.8 THE SERVICE
All things bright and beautiful
(Tune. Royal Oak-S.P. 444)
Story: Signs of Life
4-The tree in the city
Prayer: 0 God our Father
We plough the fields, and scatter (Tune, Wir pniigen —S.P. 14)
3: Birth of a child by MICHAEL SMEE
New Every Morning, page 87
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him (BBC H.B. 16)
Psalm 119, vv. 41-48
St. Mark 11, vv. 20-33
Lead. kindly light (BBC H.B.
3: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism by ANDREW FORGE
Introduced by JOHN CAMBURN
Written and produced by Jenyth Worsley
by MICHAEL SMEE
Practice in musical activities begun in the Music Workshop
Written and produced by William Murphy
From the BBC Sound Archives
Mabel Constanduros (1881-1957) ' Grandma' Buggins '
Introduced by LESLIE PEROWNE
Johnny Morris with memories of people, places, and happenings
Produced by David Allan
An open discussion of subjects on which men and women tend to disagree
MICHAEL DENISON and DULCIE GRAY
JOHN BOULTING , JULIET HARMER
Chairman, KENNETH HORNE
Produced by Richard Dingley
Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray are in ' An Ideal Husband ' at the Strand Theatre. London
Repeated: Sunday, 9.0 p.m. (Light)
Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Wednesday's broadcast (Light)
' Mitten the Kitten and the Tortoise '
by Christine Rees
by William Mayne adapted by Silvia Goodall
3: The Bishop
Living ] anguage serfes
4: Instinct in Mammals by DESMOND MORRIS
Science Work Units series
Written by Norman B. Harrison
Stories from British History series
Ideas in Education
20: Returning to Teach?
Using information collected by a special survey of L.E.A.s, this programme examines some of the ' incentives ' that may stimulate the recruitment of married women returners-in particular the new opportunities for part-time work in Primary schools.
Contributors include DR. ELIZABETH NEWSON , Joint Director of the Child Development Research Unit. University of Nottingham, and J. L. LONGLAND , Director of Education for Derbyshire.
Introduced by PETER PRESTON of The Guardian
Produced by Robert Hutchison
An investigation by BILL GRUNDY of a unique sporting occasion
Produced by TONY PRESTON from the North of England
The Grand National-the very words have become a household phrase and the race itself a national institution—indeed, in terms of competition, an international one .
But, unlike great men, great institutions do not normally die overnight. Yet Saturday's National may be the last-why? Bill Grundy has been asking this question of a wide variety of people from many walks of life.
Music—No Handicap: DAVID
SQUIBB visits various centres run by the Wingfield Music Club, where handicapped children and adults learn to make and enjoy music
Treasure Un-trove: a childhood memory from PETER LAWSON
Cordon Rouge: with GEORGE VILLIERS in the kitchen
You asked us to play ... record requests
Introduced by KEN SYKORA
Farewell to the Western Isles
A story of the Island of Mull abridged from the book by CAMPBELL K. FINLAY
2: Uncle Donald
When his uncle arrives in person John Macinnes finds it harder than ever to decide whether to leave the island.
Readers, BRYDEN MURDOCH
STUART HENRY , MARY RIGGANS
Produced by IAN WISHAITT
Today's news and the stories behind the news—Name in the news-Sport-Preview
Introduced by BOB HOLNESS Produced by the South-East news unit
See top o/ page and page 49
LONDON STUDIO Strings
Leader, Reginald Leopold
Conducted by BRYAN FAIRFAX with STEVE BENBOW (guitar)
Introduced by BRIAN PERKINS
BBC Northern Orchestra
Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by Maurice Handford
An enquiry for the record by D. G. Bridson
1: The Lost Library
First of three programmes telling the story of 20th-century scholarship's most fascinating and momentous discovery
A revised version of the programme broadcast in 1957 See facing page
Executive Secretary. United Nations Economic Commission for Africa talks to COLIN LEGUM of The Observer about the tasks facing the Commission and progress to date
Answers to listeners' questions about science and technology In the chair,
PROFESSOR G. P. WELLS
University of Sussex
University of Cambridge
ZooloKical Society of London
University College, London
Arranged by Archie Clow
If you have a question to put to the panel. write It on a postcard to: Who Knows?. BBC. Broadcasting House, London, W.I.
Professor G. P.
on behalf of the LABOUR PARTY
THE RT. HON. FRANK Cousins Minister of Technology
This extended edition of Ten O'Clock includes full coverage of world events as well as a special survey of significant developments in the General Election.
3: Brazil-The New People
In the third of five talks PETER DUVAL SMITH discovers the democratic qualities of the Brazilians-' the new people,' as he sees them, ' and it's their gift for living in the present that makes them new. They are the people with the knack-the knack of living.'
Broadcast on September 15, 1965
The Amazon—On the River Sea
A Fall of Moondust by ARTHUR C. CLARKE
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
Fourth of fifteen instalments
Sonata No 1, in A major played by MAURICE BRETT (violin)
HAVELOCK NELSON (piano)