Market trends, news, weather
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by ROBERT HUDSON
Listeners' choice in readings and recordings
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
BBC Correspondents throughout the world talk about the news, its background, and the people who make it
Revised edition of Saturday's broadcast
for Primary Schools
9.35 THE Service
All creatures of our God and King (part 1) (Tune, Lasst uns erfreuen: C.H. 13)
Story: You have done it unto me. 2: St. Francis of Assisi
The Prayer of Thanksgiving
All creatures of our God and King (part 2)
Repeated: Thursday, 9.5 a.m.
A series of programmes on general topics
This week: Emergency
Speaker, SIMON CLEMENTS
New Every Morning, page 7
Come, ye people, rise and sing
(BBC H.B. 270)
Isaiah 51. vv. 4-11
Forth in thy name, 0 Lord, I go (BBC H.B. 406)
25: Une surprise
Written by EMILE HARVEN
Stage 1 by RACHEL PERCIVAL
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
Repeated: Thursday, 9.55 a.m.
A series in which you meet interesting and unusual people from all walks of life
Dress does not make the man, but it often makes a successful one-
Louis Stanbury , one of Savile
Row's most exclusive tailors of bespoke menswear, and Michael Gee , director of a nation-wide business specialising in ready-made clothes, discuss men's fashions and clothing on both sides ot the income bracket.
GORDON WATTS asks the questions
2: The Prophetic Movement
Talk by D. S. RUSSELL , Principal of the Northern Baptist College, Manchester
The Sixth Form series: The Christian Religion and its Philosophy
Peter Brodie , O.B.E.
Assistant Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis
Clement Freud journalist and gourmet with four teenagers putting the questions
In the chair, PETER HAIGH
Produced by David O'Clee
Where did I rome from?
What's il like to be in the Royal Family?
What are weddings like!
HAROLD WILLIAMSON finds out from young boys and girls in North Wales, Northern Ireland, and Nottingham
Produced by Michael Barton
First broadcast in the Talkabout series in the North of England Home Service
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM DAVIS
Monday's broadcast (Light)
for children under five
' The top of the hill ' by Herbert McKay
Nansen and the 'Fram' 1893-6
Stories from World History series
The story of a gentleman turned farmer, who showed how to improve crops by mechanising sowing and tillage
Written by Gerald Hamilton-Edwards
History Work Units series
2: The Wasps Suite
The Birds Suite (Respighi)
Adventures in Music series
by Susan Ferrier
11: Return to Rossville
A miscellany of piano music and songs: on records
News flashes of the Budget proposals the moment they are announced; up-to-the-minute summaries of the Chancellor's .speech every fifteen minutes
Analysis and comment from Anthony King, Essex University, Professor Maurice Peston, London University.
Reg Abbiss of the BBC's industrial staff is at the telephone to interview representatives of industry, commerce, and the unions.
M.P.s of all parties take part from the BBC's Westminster studio, while throughout the country the BBC's team of industrial correspondents are standing by to comment on the Budget as it affects the various regions and to report the way it has been received.
Introduced by Edward Rayner
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Analysis and comment:
Analysis and comment:
Today's news and the stories behind the news-Scotland Yard Calling-School Report: Education in action in the South-East-Sport
Introduced by BOB HOLNESS produced by the South-East news unit
BBC MIDLAND LIGHT ORCHESTRA
Leader, James Hutcheon
Conductor, GILBERT VINTER
THE HAROLD RICH QUARTET
Introduced by ROY WILLIAMSON
Introduced by DANIEL JONES PETER KATIN (piano)
BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA
Led by Garfield Phillips
Conducted by MAURICE MILES
Before an invited audience at the Assembly Rooms, City Hall, Cardiff
PETER DUVAL SMITH introduces a selection of news about current books and talks to A. J. P. TAYLOR about Lord Beaver-brook's The Abdication of King Edward VIII, which Taylor has edited and introduced and from America, where he has just been, Duval Smith gives some impressions of the literary scene there and talks to JOHN UPDIKE about his latest novel Of the Farm, and to JOHN O'HARA about his new novel The Lockwood Concern
Produced by Joseph Hone
A. J. P.
Johnny Morris with memories of people, places, and happenings Produced by David Allan
Broadcast on March 17
A three-part enquiry into the origins of the war in Vietnam, its course, and consequences for the world
Introduced by RODERICK MACFARQUHAR with material specially recorded in Saigon, Paris, Lon don , and Washington with contributions from
PATRICK HONEY , BRIAN CROZIER RICHARD HARRIS
SIR ROBERT THOMPSON PHILLIPPE DEVILLERS
ROBERT GUILLAIN , BERNARD FALL and others
Produced by Neil Hepburn
1: The End of French Rule
Ho Chi Minh and the decline and fall of the French in Indo-China.
See facing page Wednesday:
Partition and Conflict
The Chancellor of the Exchequer The Rt. Hon.
James Callaghan , M.P. answers questions from COLIN JONES
Editor of The Statist
Special Budget discussion followed by LISTENING POST
† LESLIE MITH introduces this evening's edition of a series designed to reflect listeners' own views on current topics. Letters on public affairs and issues of policy are specially welcome
Menagerie Manor by GERALD DURRELL
Read by HUGH DICKSON
Second of ten Instalments: originally broadcast in December 1964
JEAN POUGNET (violin)
WILFRID PARRY (piano)