Market trends, news, weather
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Faith in Living
An interview with Miss MURIEL DIBDEN
Revised second edition of the Lreakfast-time magazine
A shortened version of Sunday's broadcast
King of glory. King of peace
Interlude: The Deliverer
8: Death and victory in Jerusalem (ii)
The Prayer of Erasmus
Be thou my guardian and my guide (Tune. Abridge)
Repeated: Friday, 9.5 a.m.
by RACHEL PERCIVAL
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
Repeated: Friday, 9.55 a.m.
New Every Morning, page 26
0 Crucified Redeemer (BBC * H.B. 85)
St. John 14. vv. 22-31
0 dearest Lord. thy sacred head (BBC H.B. 358)
Written by Antoinette Berveiller
Intermediate French series
3: Night and Day by HARRY ARMSTRONG
Junior Science series
A radio-vision programme
JOHN Huw DAVIES helps you to sing in two parts about circus animals
Songs: Rehearsal; On with the show; Here come the animals
Written and produced by William Murphy
Programme compiled by Philip Holland
† by GERALD DENLEY
An experiment in (private) local broadcasting was Mr. Denley's iiiea for New Spanish Teaching.
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Tuesday evening's broadcast
for children under five
Today's story: ' Peterkin's hat and the March Wind '
by Hilda James
3: The Ouse at King's Lynn
Compiled and narrated by TIMOTHY MATTHEWS
Exploration Earth series
adapted by Robert Gittings
Books, Plays, Poems series
Written by Alex Guyan
The Honoured Guest by James G. Harris with Barrie Ingham
' There are men who rise to the top and men who stay at the bottom. You and I will always be at the bottom. Why-we're decent, sincere, honest human beings capable of feeling warmth and love for our fellow man! '
Produced by RONALD MASON
St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast
Introit: Hide not thou thy face from us, 0 Lord (Farranl)
Preces and Responses (Bi/rd) Psalms 41, 42, 43
Lessons: Genesis 27, vv. 1-4 and 29-41: Timothy 3, vv. 1-13
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis
Anthem: Bow thine ear (Byrd)
God of mercy, God of grace
(I.C.H 417; tune, Heathlands)
Voluntary: Fugue in E fiat (St.
Organist and Master of the Choristers, HARRY GRINDLE
Assistant organist, R. Huston Graham
My Life on the Green:
RANDOLPH SUTTON talks to Ken Sykora about his career behind the footlights
Puritan Childhood: ROSE GREAVES talks with pride about the Puritan ' Mum and Dad ' who adopted her as a baby in Hampshire f Volunteers to the Rescue:
ANGELA PAIN describes how local people helped when a shortage of nurses closed a ward at Aldingbourne Hospital, Bognor Regis
Introduced by STEVE RACE
Porto Bello Gold
A serial in seven parts by VAL GIELGUD based on the novel by ARTHUR D. HOWDEN SMITH with Deryck Guyler
Henry Stamper , Nigel Anthony Guest artist, Leslie Sands
Andrew Murray , the notorious ' Captain Rip-Rap,' has kidnapped his nephew Robert Ormerod to serve under him for the Stuart cause. His plan to capture the Santissima Trinidad is revealed —and Captain Flint joins the expedition....
Cast in order of speaking:
† Produced by BRIAN MILLER from the West of England
long John Silver:
Latest regional news-The stories behind the headlines-Tonight's Name in the News-Scotland Yard Calling-South-East Sport-MICHAEL BROOKE looks at listeners' letters in Postscript
Introduced by DEREK PARKER
Produced by the South-East news unit
Repeated: Thursday, 1.30 p.m.
The second of two rounds in a contest between
London and The North of England
BARRY CARMAN , CEDRIC CLIFFE Quiz-Master, LIONEL HALE
DENNIS CHAPMAN. BILL GRUNDY Quiz-Master, Roy PLOMLEY
Arranged by Patrick Harvey
Repeated: next Tues., 12.0 noon
Victorian music-hall with all the favourites from The Players' Theatre
Chairman, John Hewer introduces Sheila Bernette, Anna Dawson, Josephine Gordon, Kim Grant, Denis Martin, Bill Owen, John Rutland, Joan Sterndale Bennett
This week's finale: The Quaker Girl
At the pianoforte, Peter Greenwell
(Recorded at The Playhouse, Northumberland Avenue, London, W.C.2)
Late Joys in the Home
The Players' Theatre, underneath the arches of London's Charing Cross railway bridge, is unique The members are connoisseurs of the after-dinner, or before-supper, type of entertainment that was shaking the rafters around the turn of the century. Tonight, and for a to come. you can once again number of Wednesdays to come, you can once again join in their Late Joys. Only a hundred yards from the Players' is the BBC's own Playhouse Theatre. Here, for your delight, the entire company are transported from their cave of harmony and song to present the full, fruity flavour of late Victorian music-hall in the setting of one of the finest Edwardian theatres in Britain.
Why Late Joys? 'There are two reasons,' explains producer Trafford Whitelock. They are "late" in that they belong to the recent past, and "late," also, because the curtain normally rises at nine o'clock in the evening.' He emphasises that Late Joys in a highly individual and personal interpretation - 'a present-day approach to those warm-hearted feasts of fun and melody that our grandparents loved.'
John Hewer, Master of Ceremonies in the previous broadcast series, is back on the chairman's rostrum, and the cast includes tiny Sheila Bernette in Fall in and follow me, Bill Owen in 'If it wasn't for the 'ouses in between,' and Denis Martin (the Players' resident producer) in 'Macushla.' You can also hearken to ditties about "Enery the Eighth' and not selling any more drink to Father, and, to finish, Josephine Gordon leading the entire company in memories of The Quaker Girl.
Future finales, which always bring down the house, will feature famous numbers of Marie Lloyd, Ada Reeve, and George Grossmith.
with the recorded voices of the Pioneers of radio: SIR HAROLD BISHOP
CAPTAIN P. P. ECKERSLEY A. R. BURROWS
PERCY EDGAR. KENNETH WRIGHT
L. STANTON JEFFERIES. REX PALMER
Cinema: CHARLES CILAPLIN MARY PICKFORD
The Flapper: FLORENCE SMITH
Motoring: ALF DEPPER (Birmingham)
Sport: KITTY McKANE (Wimbledon)
O. P. JONES Ireland:
JOHN O'CONNELL Germany:
ERNST HANFSTAENGL : Mount Everest
MAJOR-GENERAL J. G. BRUCE
The Unemployed: FRED HANSON
WILLIAM MITCHELL ;
Countrymen: GEORCE STEPHENS ALBERT SPICER with David Peel , Olive Gregg Guy KinKsley Poynter
Alma Warren , Benny Lee
Produced by VERNON HARRIS
Music arranged by ALAN PAUL who conducts the orchestra
Broadcast on December 23. 1962
Captain P. P.
General J. G.
playing piano transcriptions gramophone records
' The schizophrenic lives in a world where thought and feeling are disconnected, where voices speak from nowhere and identity loses its meaning. Even the language sometimes needs to be decoded.'
Recordings of twelve schizophrenics annotated by PROFESSOR F. J. FISH
DR. D ANTON-STEPHENS
Compiled and produced by ANNE OWEN
Professor F. J.
Background to the News
People in the News
DR. W. A. VISSER 'HOOPT gives four Lent talks
3: Material Needs as a Spiritual Concern
These talks are being printed In ' The Listener '
Dr. W. A.
Quinneys by HORACE ANNESLEY VACHELL
Read by CYRIL SHAPS
Eleventh of thirteen instalments
MAURICE MEULIEN (cello)
HAVELOCK NELSON (piano)