Market trends, news, weather
A weekly review of the agricultural scene
Produced by Anthony Parkin
A Christian angle on the news
THE REV. EDWARD ROGERS
BBC Correspondents throughout the world talk about the news, its background, and the people who make it
What the weeklies think, illustrated from their editorials, is reviewed by JOHN TUSA
Parliamentarians look back on Westminster's working week and discuss new developments of interest in Parliamentary life
IAN WALLER takes the chair
Introduced by Roy HAY featuring items of news, views, replies to listeners' queries, and topical advice to help the amateur gardener Produced by John Greenslade
New Every Morning, page 11
love, how deep (BBC H.B. 73) Psalm 116
St. John 8, vv. 12-20
Nearer, my God, to thee (BBC
Pacemaking by J. A. CARRUTHERS , D.phil. Head of System Development,
Getting a new venture started is easy (be it a house to build or a Polaris missile to make) but keeping the job moving at the best and most efficient speed is much more difficult. The more complex the job, then the more difficult it is to work out what part of it you should do next. One answer is what is called Critical Path Analysis.
' Toutes Directions'
A series of twenty programmes intended for listeners who already have some knowledge of French.
7: Au Pays Basquele jeu de pelote
Introduced by KATIA ELLIS with the help of Emile Harven Last Tuesday's broadcast (Study)
A booklet is available
11.10 Let's Go !
A course of twenty lessons in spoken Russian for near-beginners
Lesson 17: given by VAUGHAN JAMES , MARINA RYAN and VICTOR GREGORIY Last Wednesday's broadcast (Study)
A booklet Is available
The second of the main series of eighteen programmes for adults taking G.C.E. O-level examinations in English Language and Literature, planned in association with a National Extension College correspondence course.
Radio tutor, David GRUGEON Last Thursday's broadcast (Study)
Details of the correspondence course can be obtained from the National Extension College. Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge.
A weekly survey of the world of motoring
Safety Developments in America: BERNARD C. HILTON talks about his recent visit
The New American Safety Regulations: a review by PAT GREGORY
Topical news and the latest Road Conditions Edited and introduced by BILL HARTLEY
Listen at leisure to selected ttar items from the week's editions of radio's famous breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
starring and in The Bath with MARIANNE STONE
Written by ALAN SIMPSON and RAY GALTON adapted for radio by Gale Pedrick
Produced by BOBBY JAYE Broadcast on Sept. 4, 1966 (Light)
25th anniversary programme
Gerald Moore celebrated accompanist discusses with Roy PLOMLEY
In a recorded programme devised by him the gramophone records he would take to a desert island
Last Monday's broadcast
Mandragora by Frederick Treves with Michael Spice, Mary Wimbush and Edward De Souza
' The roots of the plant are shaped like the human form. And it's said that when it's pulled out of the ground it screams.'
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by BETTY DAVIES
A Saturday Supplement to Woman's Hour Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
This is a Scotsman Talking: KENNETH McKELLAR tells MARJORIE ANDERSON about his training and life as a singer
Time to stand and stare: some excuses for idleness from LESLIE TARGETT, JOHN EBDON , RICHARD EASTON , and others
I saw the hills properly for the first time: ANNE HAYWARD reflects on awareness
Quality Check: building repairs -NORMAN TOZER investigates
Produced by Godfrey Dixey
A duel of words and wit between
WYNFORD VAUGHAN-THOMAS with GERRI SAUVINET VALENTINE DYALL and PETER JONES with OLGA FRANKLIN PHILIP HARBEN
Referee, DON DAVIS.
Call My Bluff devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman
Produced by David Carter Last Thursday's broadcast
JOHN CAREWE conducts the BBC WELSH Orchestra Leader. Colin Staveley in a programme of music for all the family with JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (soprano) JOHN HEDDLE NASH (baritone) TOMMY REILLY (harmonica) Introduced by IWAN THOMAS
Produced by Moelfryn Harries and Gareth Walters
Including music from Paaliacci (Leoncavallo), Mignon (Ambroise Thomas ), Jeux d'enfants (Bizet). and Prelude and Dance by Robert Famon.
Given before an Invited audience in the Cory Hall , Cardiff
Requiem for a Wild Rose by Peter Russell with Joss Ackland , Sheila Allen and June Tobin
' If we talk without saying things we might just as well save our breath to cool our porridge. You've grown older without changing. That's your misfortune.'
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by RONALD MASON
Joss Ackland is in ' Jorrocks ' at the New Theatre. London; Sheila Allen is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company
The Rev Ralph Berkley:
Major-General Sir Archibald Eyre:
† Brian REDHEAD discusses some topical matters and some less topical with DAVIDA HIGGIN educationist
Director of the Liverpool Playhouse
DR. PATRICK NUTTGENS
Director, Institute of Architecture, University of York
The evening Office of Compline
played by MARTINO TIRIMO (piano)