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Thursday's ' Ten to Eight
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
by VICKY BRANDRICK
Read by SHEILA MITCHELL
Fifth of twelve instalments
with some of his souvenirs musical and otherwise
Written by Robert Turley
Produced by Sheila Anderson
An edited version of the broadcast on March 15
with illustrations from the dancing and singing of CARMEN AMAYA , ANTONIO MARENA and anonymous Spanish gypsies Notes on flamenco by DR. ALEC MARTINEZ and readings from Garcia Lorca by Peter MARINKER Written and narrated by NEIL BRUCE
Produced by Francis Dillon
New Every Morning, page 7
High in the heavens, eternal
God (BBC H B 9)
Acts 4. vv. 5-20 (N.E.B.)
0 thou who makest souls to shine (BBC H.B. 225)
by Elizabeth Stucley
A year in the life of a family abridged as a four-part serial reading by Graham Gauld
4: The End of the Year
Reader, JEAN ENGLAND
ϮFirst broadcast in Story Time on December 16. 1965
La belle Suisse
Music from Switzerland played by CEDRIC DUMONT AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Recordings made available by courtesy of Swiss Radio
PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE plays records of stories, ballads, and other communications
GALE PEDRICK makes a personal selection of items from the many broadcasts on BBC radio and television during the past seven days
Introduced by JOHN ELLISON
Shortened repeat: Sundau.
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Thursday's broadcast (Light)
for children under five
' The Great Big Red Thing by Jill Burnett
A series of programmes examining our efficiency in tackling social problems.
The Excluded Middle
In the study of logic there is a proposition that between two contradictories (A and Not-A) no third or middle term is possible. It is known as the Law of the Excluded Middle.
In medicine and social welfare concentration on problems of children and the aged has tended to overlook the increase of breakdown among the fourteen million people in middle life.
Written by J. S. CAMPBELL
Narrator, CARLETON HOBBS
Produced by ARCHIE P. LEE
First broadcast on April 14
How to have the last word
JOHN MAY , public-speaking consultant, advises on a final aspect of speechmaking, with illustrations from the BBC Sound Archives
Records of music for a lighter mood
Introduced by SYLVIE ST CLAIR .
A radio correspondence column in which listeners add their comments to some of the views expressed in last Friday's Any Questions?
Thursday's broadcast in the Light
To promote a woman to bear superiority ... is repugnant to nature, contrary to God, and finally, it is the subversion of good order, of all equity and justice. JOHN KNOX
SAM POLLOCK has talked with seven women who have either made their mark in spheres once thought the exclusive preserve of men or who are concerned with winning a square deal for women in business and the professions
MRs. KAY BAXTER
THE RT. HON.
BARBARA CASTLE, M.P .
DR. MARY ESSLEMONT C.B.E , .
MISS HILDA HARDING
DAME MARGERY PERHAM
THE RT. HON.
DAME PATRICIA HORNSBY-SMITH
Broadcast on May 26
A magazine of interest to all, with older listeners specially in mind, including:
A Garden in the Window:
PERCY THROWER gives ST. JOHN HOWELL some tips on tending window-boxes
Holidays in Retirement: from Great Yarmouth JOHN WHITEHEAD reports on some special out-of season holiday arrangements and from Stoke-on-Trent BARNEY BAMFORD talks about a scheme for the house-bound
The Bad Old Days:
GEORGE BROWN of Wolverhampton calls his youth as a labourc in the 1980s, and Dr JOHN FLETCHER fills in the background introduced by DAVID STEVENS trom the Midlands
by Michael and Mollie Hardwick
It is 1802. Dr. Thomas Locksmith is held by the French, who want to develop his flying machine for Napoleon's war armoury. At home near Deal, his wife and daughter find there is a spy in their district, and Billy Meakins, a local smuggler, lays a trap to catch him.
With Noel Howlett, Austin Trevor and David Valla
Latest regional news-The stories behind the headlines-This week's main talking point put in perspective-Road Traffic Report-Scotland Yard Calling —Sport Spot-FRED STREETER on Gardening
Introduced by Tim GUDGIN Produced by the South-East news unit
Scottish Dance Music played by the BBC SCOTTISH VARIETY ORCHESTRA
Conductor, JACK LEON with ARCHIE DUNCAN (accordion)
on gramophone records
Introduced by BRYAN MARTIN
Introduced by ARCHIE CLOW
News and comment on recent events in the world of science and technology
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Leader, Felix Kok
Conductor, Hugo Rignold
Ϯ ROBIN MILLER recalls a journey he made to Petra in rather unusual circumstances
County Scholars to Public Schools
The Public Schools Commission has been set up to advise on the best way of integrating the schools with the state system of education. But over the last twenty years a small trickle of boys and girls has already been moving from state schools to public schools with the aid of county scholarships.
STUART MACLURE, Editor of Education, has talked to a number of ex-scholars about jumping from one environment to another
Produced by Keith HindeU
Background to the News People in the News followed by NEWS-STAND
How the dailies have handled the week's news, the opinions they have expressed, and current trends in and out of Fleet Street are analysed by DOUGLAS BROWN
A portrait of the world before the war, 1890-1914 by BARBARA W. TUCHMAN in ten excerpts
Read by FRANK DUNCAN
5: The Hague Conferences 1899 and 1907
Great Expectations by CHARLES DICKENS divided into three parts abridged by Donald Bancroft
Part 3: Pip's Homecoming
Read by GARY WATSON
+ Last of fifteen instalments
Gary Watson is appearing at Birmingham Repertory Theatre
SAM PRICE, JIMMY RUSHING
BENNIE MOTEN AND HIS KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA
COUNT BASIE, and others on gramophone records