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Tuesday's "Ten to Eight".
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
A report by The Rev. Patrick Parry Okeden first made in the pamphlet "Kill Them with Kindness?" published by the U.S.P.G.
Rev. Patrick Parry
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
THEDA POYNER. who was a child in Berlin in May 1945 when the Red Army entered the city, continues her story of her experiences.
9.35 THE SERVICE
In Christ there is no east or west (Tune, St. Stephen-Newington)
The Prayer for Goodwill
From thee all skill and science flow (Tune, Belmont)
by RACHEL PERCIVAL
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
New Every Morning, page 54
Holy Ghost, thy people bless
(BBC H.B. 156)
Psalm 107, vv. 31-42
Acts 8, vv. 1-17 (N.E.B.)
Our Lord, his Passion ended
(BBC H.B. 161)
Written by Marielle Larsonneur
Intermediate French series
1: Why do things move? by HARRY ARMSTRONG
Junior Science series
Hugo's friendship with a pretty young ghost is abruptly terminated
Songs: Treasure hunt; Hugo
Introduced by JOHN Huw DAVIES
Written and produced by William Murphy
Britain in the Sixties
4: Education for all '
A programme on education in modern Britain
Compiled by Philip Holland
by WILFRED DE'ATH
Menerbes, a tiny village in deepest Provence, was the scene of a personal crisis in the life of a would-be Francophile.
† FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
Produced by Richard Burwood
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: ' The Cock, the Cow, and the Fine Apple Tree' by Marguerite Tapley
Living in Lindum Colonia, the city of Lincoln, from Roman times to the present day.
Compiled and narrated by BARRIE ST. CLAIR McBRIDE
Exploration Earth series
Poems about the moulding of character: how we are changed by ourselves, by other people. by circumstance, how we fit into society
Script by Stuart Evans
Books, Plays, Poems series
Written by Christine Dudley
A new play for radio by Doris Greene with Philip Bond and Denis McCarthy
' Is Berthe as famous as that, then? ' ' My dear Baroness, she's one of the leading lights in the world's greatest peace movement.'
The action of the play takes place towards the end of the last century.
Produced by JOHN POWELL
The Countess Sophie:
Berthe, her daughter:
The Baron von Suttner:
The Baroness, his wife:
Their children: Arthur:
Their children: Isolde:
Their children: Trudie:
Introit: Lord we beseech thee
Canticles (Brian Kelly )
Lessons: Wisdom 9
1 Corinthians 3
Anthem: Let all the world
(Kenneth Leighton )
Choir Director, RONALD WOAN
Organist, NOEL RAWSTHORNE
Earlier than you think:
SIDNEY HARRISON reveals the musician's source of inspiration
The Clipping Mat:
ESTHER WALLACE describes an annual combined family operation of her youth
Pontefract Races: A. C. BAXTER recalls what it was like in the early 1900s
Date with a Street:
ANDREW GARDNER rings a few bells in world-famed Harley Street Introduced by KEN SYKORA
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson dramatised for radio in seven parts by AILEEN MILLS
' I'm an easy man, but I'm a serious man ... and I give my vote to Death ... Wait is what I say ... but when the time comes, why, let her Rip! '
5: The First Blow
Singer, PATRICK NELSON
Produced by BRIAN MILLER from the West of England
Jim Hawkins narrator:
Long John Silver:
Jima as boy:
Introduced by RICHARD WHITMORE and MICHAEL CLAYTON
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 BOB HOLNESS
Produced by the South-East news unit
Repeated: Thursday, 1.30 p.m.
ANONA WINN , JOY ADAMSON
NORMAN HACKFORTH , PETER GLAZE with a mystery voice and KENNETH HORNE in the chair
Produced by Bobby Jaye
From The Paris, Lower Regent Street. London. S.W.1
A serial in six parts by Michael Gilbert with Maurice Denham Barry Foster and Oliver Johnston
Harry Gordon , found guilty of murdering actress Janine Mann , has managed to make an escape from the dock while his case was bemg heard in the Court of Appeal.
Produced by NESTA PAIN
Broadcast on Oct. 17. 1965 (Light)
A relay of a concert in which Karl Bohm conducts the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Part 1: Mozart Symphony No 35, in D major (Haffner) (K.385)
Festival in Prague
Prague in spring! One of the most beautiful cities of the world, with sunlight glinting from medieval towers and domes, lilac spilling down the hillside from the historic Hradcany Castle, and the soft Vltava River winding its way between terraced baroque palaces and under ancient stone bridges.
Prague, cultural cross-roads of Europe since the Middle Ages, has a long musical tradition emphasised in its annual Spring Festival, unique in that its audiences, though augmented by many visitors, consist largely of its own music-loving citizens. But to it come each year the great orchestras, conductors, and solo artists from all over Europe and the Americas.
Each year it opens on May 12, anniversary of the death in 1884 of Czechoslovakia's beloved national composer Bedfich Smetana, with a remembrance ceremony at his grave and an orchestral concert devoted entirely to his great cycle of national tone-poems Md vlast (My country). There follow three weeks of festival orchestral concerts, opera, ballet and solo recitals. Tonight's concert includes the Haffner Symphony of Mozart, who loved and was loved by Prague.
† by DARRELL BATES
" It happened," the spokesman said, " a long time ago." There were eleven men and they were very old. They sat or stood in ancient attitudes like figures on an Etruscan frieze, in blankets worn with age and caps made from the skins of animals ...
Darrell Bates plots the course of a devious bribe offered him while he was a District Commissioner in Africa.
Part 2: Bruckner
SYMPHONY No. 7, in E major orig. version, ed Haas
From the Smetana Hall. Prague
Background to the News People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
† GILES PLAYFAIR introduces letters from today's postbag
Reports from a tour just ended by JUDITH LISTOWEL
3: Socialism in Tanzania
The sudden nationalisation of banks and other foreign businesses in February was the most noticed part of President Nyerere's new socialism.
Talking to members of the government in Dar-es-Salaam, Judith Listowel learned of the pressures to which the new policy is a response.
The Wrecking of Offshore Five by RONALD JOHNSTON abridged by Neville Teller
Read by SIMON LACK
Produced by John Cardy
Offshore Five was a rig, standing like an Eiffel Tower in the North Sea, a fortune in the sea bed beneath her-and disaster only minutes away.
First of thirteen instalments
JOHN MCCABE (piano)