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Wednesday's ' Ten to Eight '
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Novel Truth: a reading from
The Enchanted April by the author of Elizabeth and her German Garden
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
with David Kossoff and Joan Sims
ALAN CURTIS , KIM GRANT
Written by DAVID CUMMING
Produced by BILL WORSLEY
Broadcast on January 12 (Light)
EDWARD CAST invites you to take a look around the green and pleasant land of England with material selected from the BBC Sound Archives
Produced by John Muir
from the BBC Sound Archives
Sir Arthur Grimble (1888-1956)
Introduced by LESLIE PEROWNE
New Every Morning, page 22
All ye who seek for sure relief
(BBC H.B. 289)
Romans 5, v. 20, to 6, v. 14
Lift up your hearts! (BBC H.B.
by John Buchan adapted in seven parts 4: Journeyman
John Broadcast on July 28. 1965
For cast see Monday
The first of four contests
MICHAEL AYRTON , BARRY CARMAN
LIONEL HALE Dublin :
NOEL PEART , NIALL SHERIDAN
Quiz-Master, PATRICK HARVEY
JULIAN HERBAGE introduces his selection, both topical and retrospective, from earlier editions
KEN SYKORA and a scrapbook of memories
Produced by David Allan
Jimmy Clitheroe in Jim and the Headless Piper with PETER SINCLAIR , PATRICIA BURKE
DANNY Ross , DIANA DAY
JOHN LAURIE , MOLLY WEIR
MIKE YARWOOD , JOHN GRAHAM
W. H. D. Joss , BRIAN TRUEMAN
Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE
Produced by JAMES CASEY
Broadcast on Oct. 10, 1965 (Light)
W. H. D.
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Wednesday's broadcast (Light)
for children under five
Today's story: ' Barnaby's
Bus ' by Ann Elliott
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Out of the News: involving a topic of interest
Brunette speaking: Anita Loos, author of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, talks about her life and work.
The Gas Lad: Godfrey Coles remembers his childhood in a Yorkshire rectory.
Totally at Peace: Anne Hayward talks about finding her way to Christianity.
Career and Family: a discussion, recorded in Moscow, between some Soviet women journalists on how they manage.
Margaret Drabble's book abridged by Elizabeth Brewer
Read by Anna Massey
First of nine instalments
The Men from U.N.C.L.E.
Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin in One Spy Too Many starring ROBERT VAUGHN and DAVID MCCALLUM with DOROTHY PROVINE
Introduced and adapted by GORDON Gow
Produced by Tony Luke
Broadcast on July 1 (Light)
Chairman, WALTER ALLEN
Film: H. A. L. CRAIG
Theatre: J. W. LAMBERT
Broadcasting: JACQUES BRUNIUS
Book: KARL MILLER
Art: DAVID Piper
Producer, Carl Wildman
H. A. L.
The Royal Regiment of Artillery
To mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Artillery, GALE PEDRICK introduces recordings of the Gunners at war and in peace
He traces their proud and varied career from their inception as two companies of artillery formed by the Duke of Marlborough, Master-General of the Ordnance, in 1716, to the Royal Artillery of today.
Produced by Denys Gueroult
A magazine of interest to all, with older listeners specially in mind, including:
Turning Points: JOHN ELLISON talks to THE RT. HON. JAMES GRIFFITHS , C.H., M.P.
† I wish I'd been ... :
BASIL BOOTHROYD on the fascination of other people's careers. 5: An actor
Cordon Rouge: with GEORGE VILLIERS in the kitchen
You asked us to play ... record requests
Introduced by STEVE RACE
Rt. Hon. James
The Shop in the Mountain by Showell Styles adapted as a dramatised reading in four parts by MURIEL LEVY
1: How it all Started Readers: JOHN DARRAN GWENYTH PETTY , BRENDAN SMITH
Produced by EVELYN WILLIAMS
Latest regional news-The stories behind the headlines-Name in the News-Scotland Yard Calling-Sport-Preview
Introduced by BOB HOLNESS
Produced by the South-East news unit
played for you by the LONDON STUDIO STRINGS
Leader, Reginald Leopold
Conducted by Lou WHITESON with CY GRANT (songs with guitar)
Introduced by ROBIN BOYLE
tBBC WELSH ORCHESTRA
Led by Brendan O'Reilly
Conducted by HARRY NEWSTONE
Musical Eisteddfod bringing ' together singers, dancers, and instrumentalists from all over the world
MORFUDD MASON LEWIS introduces recordings taken during the day from the Pavilion Stage
Among the countries represented are Austria, Czechoslovakia, 'France, Italy, the Netherlands. Spain, and Yugoslavia.
A visit to tonight's concert, direct from the Pavilion
Introduced by Alun WILLIAMS Produced by James Williams
Even into advanced age powers of mind and body can continue almost without deterioration. Why are some old people apparently immune from the effects of age, and not others?
PROFESSOR W. FERGUSON ANDER
SON, who is specially interested in this aspect of geriatrics. describes some of the research being conducted in this country and elsewhere, and shows how more of us can remain well and happy.
Professor W. Ferguson
by Lawrie Wyman with Derek Francis and Frank Thornton
Stephen Murray , Ronnie Barker A chronicle of events in and around Her Britannic Majesty's Embassy to the Kingdom of Tratvia.
Announcer, RONALD FLETCHER
Produced by ALASTAIR SCOTT JOHNSTON
Broadcast on April 12 (Light)
H.E. Sir Jeremy CriBhton-Buller,K c M a , British Ambassador to Tratvia:
Henry Pettigrew, First Secretary,British Embassy:
H M King Hildebrande III of Tratvia:
Lady Daphne Crighton-Buller:
Commander Bell, R N , of H M S Troutbridge:
Lt. S. Murray, R.N., First Lieut.,H M S Troutbridge:
H.E. Mr. Fey Yong Too, Chinese Ambassador to Tratvia:
Mr Simpkins, Third Secretary British Embassy:
Able Seaman Johnson:
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
† GILBERT PHELPS 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.
At Bertram's Hotel by AGATHA CHRISTIE
Read by SHEILA MITCHELL
Fourth of fifteen instalments
ELAINE SKORODIN (violin) WILFRID PARRY (piano)