Market trends, news, weather
A weekly review of the agricultural scene
Produced by Anthony Parkin
Repeated: Wednesday, 12.25 p.m. (Midland and West Home Services)
A Christian angle on the news
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 GERARD EVANS
Parliamentarians scrutinise the week's work at Westminster and discuss what is making an impact on the world of politics
MATTHEW COADY 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 41
Look, ye saints (BBC H.B. 127)
Psalm 119, part 4
2 Kings 10, vv. 36, 35: 13. vv.
1. 9, 14-20a (Jerusalem Bible)
Hast thou not known, hast thou not heard (BBC H.B. 491)
The hundred years' war by DR. EDWARD LOWBURY
The Birmingham Accident Hospital
The fight against infection, keeping wounds clean, was started a hundred years ago by Joseph Lister. Dr. Lowbury and his colleagues at the Medical Research Council Burns Research Unit carry it on today-their latest contribution is a study of a new method of antisepsis that promises to save the lives of many badly burned patients.
A series of twenty programmes intended for listeners who already have some knowledge of French.
20: En Champagne-visite a une cave
Introduced by KATIA ELLIS with the help of Emile Harven
Last Tuesday's broadcast (Study)
A booklet is available
Everyday German by Radio
A series of twenty programmes for listeners with a basic knowledge of the language, based on Erich Kastner 's novel Drei Manner im Schnee.
10: Herr Kesselhuth fährt Ski
Introduced by SABINE MICHAEL and DIETER GEISSLER
Last Wednesday's broadcast (Study)
A booklet and records are available
The fifteenth of the main series of eighteen programmes for adults taking the 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. Snaftesbury Road, Cambridge.
A weekly survey of the world of motoring
Is Motoring Law an Ass?: ROBIN RICHARDS talks to CHARLES BRANDRETH. a motoring Lawyer, about some apparent anomalies of Motoring Law
State Insurance: HAROLD DVORSTSKY of the Australian Consolidated Press describes some of the motor insurance schemes in Australia
Welcome to the Seaside!: pertinent comments for road planners from SAM HENRY together with topical news and the latest Road Conditions
Introduced by BILL HARTLEY
Produced by Jim Pestridge
Listen at leisure to selected star items from the week's editions of radio's famous breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Members of the public and invited personalities put questions to
Jimmy EDWARDS. TED RAY
TOMMY TRINDER , RICHARD MURDOCH
In the chair, McDONALD HOBLEY
Guest, BENNY LEE from an idea by Jimmy Edwards
Produced by Edward Taylor
Broadcast on January 22 (Light)
Derek Nimmo : actor 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
The Bunyip by Arthur Swinson
Produced by BETTY DAVIES
A Saturday Supplement to "Woman's Hour".
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson.
The Soul takes Wing: Dr. Audrey Butt talks to Gordon Snell about trances among primitive communities on the Amazon Basin.
Home Brewing: Christopher Serpell and Wilfred Ryder discuss home-made beer.
A Home for Mothers and Babies: Olive Shapley describes how the Rose Hill Trust turned her house into six flatlets.
Alone in the Wilderness: David Fanshawe's experience in Jordan.
Hats Ahead?: views on the decline of the hat - and its future - from James Laver, Barbara Cartland, a hairdresser, a milliner, and a store buyer.
Introduced by RICHARD WHITMORE and MICHAEL CLAYTON
Produced by GODFREY Dixey
ELEANOR SUMMERFIELD and RICHARD MURCOCH , DAVID Nixon
Tune-twisters from STEVE RACE
In the chair, Roy PLOMLEY
Devised and written by IAN MESSITER
Produced by Charles Maxwell
Last Sunday's broadcast (Light)
MARCUS Dods conducts the BBC CONCERT Orchestra Led by Arthur Price in a programme of music for all the family with MICHAEL LANGDON (bass) ARTHUR LEAVINS (violin)
Introduced by ALEXANIDER MOVES
Produced by Gareth Walters
The programme includes music from William Tell (Rossini), Ivanhoe (Sullivan), and the Rondo from Mozart's ' Haffner ' Serenade.
Michael Langdon broadcasts by permission of the Gen. Administrator, Royal Opera House Cuvent Garden
Quinneys by Horace Annesley Vachell with Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER followed by an interlude
as Joseph Quinney:
Posy Quinney, Quinney's daughter:
Susan Quinney, Quinney wife:
Mabel Dredge, Quinney s typist:
Jim Miggott, Quinney's foreman:
Cyrus p Hunsaker:
Sam Tomlin, Quinney's brother-in-law.:
Dupont Jordan, a millionaire:
BRIAN REDHEAD discusses some topical matters and some less topical with BARONESS WOOTTON OF ABINGER
JOHN WAIN poet and critic
ANDREW COOPER industrial Relations Consultant
Evening Prayers led by THE REV. JOHN OWEN JONES with The North Wales Singers
Conductor, James Williams
Chorale Prelude on Christe, du
Lamm Gottes (S 619)
Trio-Sonata No. 6, in G major
Toccata and Fugue in F major
(S.540) played by FRANCIS JACKSON (organ)
From York Minster
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