A reading from
1 Knew Dietrich Bonhoeffer
A symposium edited by Wolf-Dieter Zimmermann and Ronald Gregor Smith
Reader, GARARD Green
Make Yourself at Home
For listeners from India and Pakistan
Sawal Aur Jawab
Can I Help You'
Ap Kf Pasand
Gramophone records and favourite music from India and Pakistan
Introduced by SALEEM SHAHED
Correspondence in English, or your own language, should be sent to Make Yourself at Home, or Apna Hi Char Samajhiye. BBC. Broadcasting House, Birmingham 15
KENNETH BOWEN (tenor)
ST. DEINIOL SINGERS
COLWYN BAY GIRLS CHOIR BETHESDA LADIES CHOIR LLITHFAEN AND DISTRICT CHORAL SOCIETY
PENRHYN MALE VOICE CHOIR accompanied by MENNA LEVSHON , WILLIAM BACON and FFRANCON THOMAS
Introduced by DIC HUGHES
Arranged and conducted by James WILLIAMS
A series of Lent services in connection with the Churches' programme for study and action
5: In a divided community from
Crescent Presbyterian Church, Belfast conducted by the Minister,
THE REV. CARLISLE PATTERSON assisted by THE Rev. RICHARD NDOLO
Metrical Psalm 95 (First version), vv. 1-6: 0 come and let us to the Lord (Tune. Dunfermline)
Hymns (R.C.H.): 0 God of mercy,
God of might (487); What grace, O Lord, and beauty shone (87); O Lord our God. arise! (376)
Readings: from Psalm 83, Nehemiah 13, Ezra 9, Jonah 3. St. Luke 9. St. Matthew 5
Organist, John Jones
GALE PEDRICK selects items from BBC radio and television
Introduced by JOHN ELLISON
Edited version of last Friday's broadcast
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting, and art
MARGARET DRABBLE , KARL MILLER
PETER PORTER , J. M. RICHARDS
In the chair, HAROLD HOBSON
Produced by Philip French
Repeated: Thursday, 3.30 p.m.
A spontaneous discussion by RALPH WIGHTMAN
THE RT. HON. QUINTIN HOGG , M.P.
PETER JACKSON , M.P.
Travelling Question-Master, FREDDY GRISEWOOD
Produced by Michael Bowen from Willand, Devon
Last Friday's broadcast (Light)
Rt. Hon. Quintin
Introduced by FRANKLIN ENGELMANN
Members of the Ightham and District Horticultural Association, Kent, put questions to
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
Produced by Florence Akst
by Winston S. Churchill adapted for radio by JOHN TYDEMAN with Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts: Hamlyn Benson Gordon Faith, Alan Haines and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Produced by AUDREY CAMERON
This play was first broadcast in 1964 in honour of Sir Winston Churchill 's ninetieth birthday
President Antonio Molara:
Mr Secretary Miguel:
Admiral de Mello:
What is it?
When was it madef
What is tts value?
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss with JOHN KING questions raised by listeners
Produced by Pamela Howe
Send your questions, please. to Talking ..bout Antiques, BBC. Broadcasting House. Bristol. 8.
From My Postbag: JOHN HAY , M.P.
Is this your neighbour's problem? JOAN YORKE looks at the services provided for some particular handicaps and tries to find out how a better understanding of the difficulties could make it easier for other people to help. 1: Epilepsy
Introduced by ROBIN HOLMES
A Sound Guide to Our Warblers
Warblers are more often heard than seen and soon the country-side will be alive with their songs. Reed and Sedge Warblers can sound rather alike; Blackcaps and Marsh Warblers are also accomplished mimics.
BRUCE CAMPBELL gives some advice on how to identify the songs and calls of our common species of Warblers, with the help of the recordings of Victor Lewis
Produced by John Sparks
Repeated: Wednesday, 9.5 a.m.
† FRANKLIN ENCELMANN recently visited
Hoylake and West Kirby, Cheshire
Produced by Phyllis Robinson Repeated. Wednesday, 12.15 p.m.
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Repeated. Monday, 9.5 a.m.
Some memories of Robert Wilson the man and his music
Introduced by KENNETH McKELLAR with ANDY STEWART , JIMMY SHAND
CANON SYDNEY MACEWAN
ELLIOT DOBIE , WILL STARR
MRS. ANNIE GREEN
CAREY WILSON and the recorded voice of ROBERT WILSON
Script by Gordon Irving
Produced by EDDIE FRASER
Shortened version of the broadcast on November 24. 1966. in the Scottish Home Service
See facing page
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An abridgement for radio with incidental music by GORDON JACOB
The music was composed for a dramatised adaptation by Phoebe Pickard given at last year's Festival of the Arts at Saffron Walden. Essex, where it was recorded in the Parish Church with: John FRANCIS (flute)
HANNAH FRANCIS (harp)
THE MACNAGHTEN STRING QUARTET GORDON PEARCE (double-bass)
JAMES BLADES, STEPHEN WHITTAKER (percussion)
SAFFRON WALDEN MADRIGAL Group conducted by THE COMPOSER
from the book by Mrs. Elizabeth Gaskell adapted for radio in eight parts by BERTHA LONSDALE with Marjorie Rhodes , John Bennett and Judith Bradshaw
Margaret has learned the truth about her brother's banishment from England, and also that her mother is suffering from an incurable illness. Meanwhile, as their acquaintanceship increases. Mrs. Thornton is growing to dislike Margaret, and Margaret to dislike John Thornton. At the mill a strike develops, but even the workers are not united.
4: The Strike
Produced by TREVOR HILL from the North of England Repeated: Tuesday, 3.0 p.m.
The Rev Richard Hale:
Ji ne, the maid:
Introduced by ALAN KEITH with gramophone records of the most popular pieces of music chosen by listeners
A series of four talks
4: Waiting for the Dalai Lama
Produced by Francis Dillon
He has borne our grief
St. Mark 10, vv. 35-45
Psalm 130 (Broadcast psalter) Isaiah 53, vv. 1-12
Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended (BBC H.B. 500)
Philippians 2, vv. 5-8
DELME STRING QUARTET