Market trends, news, weather
+ Tuesday's 'Ten to Eight '
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
SISTER DOREEN GEMMELL of the Church Army questioned by ELIZABETH WEBB
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
by JOHN GALSWORTHY
Read by GABRIEL WOOLF
Third of eight Instalments
Introduced by BRUCE CAMPBELL
Shortened version of Sunday's broadcast
Ye holy angels bright (Tune,
The Church of all nations: a service for Whitsuntide
The Prayer for Understanding Come down, 0 love divine
(Tune, Down Ampney)
by RACHEL PERCIVAL
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
New Every Morning, page 83
Almighty God. thy word is cast
(BBC H.B. 188)
Revelation 4, vv. 1-14
Hark how the adoring hosts above (BBC H.B. 489)
A second hearing of a series of five discussions
1:Idle and Aimless
Parents complain sometimes about the apparent boredom of adolescents. Is the lolling teenager really bored-if so, why? How and when does this begin?
A CONSULTANT PAEDIATRICIAN
M. L. KELLMER PRINGLE , Director of the National Bureau for Cooperation in Child Care
W. D. Wall, Director of the National Foundation for Educational Research
Chairman, LESLIE SMITH
Produced by Barbara Crowther
Broadcast on July 8. 1966
Living for Kicks: June 7
M. L. Kellmer
2: Helping things move: using slopes and ramps by HARRY ARMSTRONG
Junior Science series
There are dark doings in the dungeon at Hugo's Haunt.
Songs: The world of yesterday
Introduced by JOHN Huw DAVIES
Trade Unions: The Beginnings
Compiled by Alan Gibson
Kenneth BIRD , author of many thrillers, reflects on the state of mind induced by the writing of crime fiction
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN at
Nextweek: Shaftesbury, Dorset
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the neadlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Tuesday evening's broadcast
Story: ' The Clarabelle ' by Charles Bernard : part 1
King Canute tried to hold back the sea, but today Southampton is a thriving port.
Compiled and narrated by MICHAEL SMEE
Exploration Earth series
The sense of harmony and well-being which we experience when we feel in tune with the world around us and with other people.
Script by Stuart Evans
Books. Plays. Poems series
Written by Christopher Reynolds
The Principle of the Thing by Jack Kenny with George A. Cooper and Michael Spice
What value do we place upon the past when it unexpectedly intrudes upon the present, and how does it affect the future?
Produced by GLYN DEARMAN
from The Lady Chapel
Introit: Let thy merciful ear
Canticles (Kenneth Leighton ) Lessons: 1 Samuel 7
St. Mark 2. vv. 1-22
Anthem: Make a joyful noise
(William Mathias )
Choir Director, RONALD WOAN Organist, Noel Rawsthorne
tThe Writer and the Song: KEN
SYKORA talks to Ross PARKER about some of his hits, including 'There'll always be an England ' and ' We'll Meet Again ' tThree Cheers for the Red,
White, and Blue: HELEN McGRATH -recalls the Empire Day celebrations of her school days tA Breath of Fresh Air: from the Ilkley Moor gamekeeper and naturalist WALTER FLESHER f Prescribed Reading:
DR. JOHN EARLE reviews some books with a medical flavour
Introduced by KEN SYKORA
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson dramatised for radio in seven parts by AILEEN MILLS 6: Israel Hands
'Now Jim .. I'm an old man, and :. wounded man. and I don'have no luck. But I'm a dead shot with a dirk. You're a goner Jim ... '
Continued in next column
Singer:, PATRICK NELSON
Produced by BRIAN MILLER from the West of England
Jim Hawkins, narrator:
Long John Silver:
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 Tim GUDGIN
Produced by the South-East news unit
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.I
A serial in six parts by Michael Gilbert with Maurice Denham and Barry Foster
Harry Gordon , a young architect, has been found guilty of the murder of Janine Mann , an actress. He has managed to escape, however, and in the meantime some unexpected facts have come to light about Janine.
Produced by NESTA PAIN
Broadcast on Oct. 24. 1965 (Light)
Lady in the Law Court:
The European Economic Community is different today from five years ago. In what essential ways has it changed? How is Britain's new approach viewed? What is the Government's policy? Will our industry and economic life benefit? Have the farmers' fears been dissipated?
Uwe Kitzinger presents the views of a number of European experts on the Common Market, and examines British policy.
With recordings from the BBC Sound Archives.
The first of four programmes.
Sergei Rachmaninov and Josef Lhevinne
Recordings transcribed from piano-rolls
Introduced by DENYS GUEROULT
Broadcast on July 20. 1966
These recordings have been issued and are available on the Argo label Nos. DA.41 and DA.42
A programme that sets out to answer listeners' questions on science and technology
In the chair,
PROFESSOR G. P. WELLS
SIR GRAHAM SUTTON , F.R.S. meteorology
DR. KEVIN CONNOLLY psychology
DR. ROBERT EDWARDS physiology
DR. PALMER NEWBOULD ecology
Arranged by Archie Clow
If you have a question on science or technology you would like to put to the panel, please send it on a postcard to: Who Knows?. BBC. Broadcasting House, London. W.I.
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
GILES PLAYFAIR introduces letters from today's postbag
A series of five programmes In which well-known Canadians Calk about some important aspects of contemporary Canada or Canadian life.
3:The Economic Scene
PROFESSOR HARRY G. JOHNSON of the London School of Economics reviews the achievements and problems of the Canadian economy with special reference to the important and controversial role played by the United States
Professor Harry G.
The Wrecking of Offshore Five by RONALD JOHNSTON
Read by LACK SIMON
Sixth of thirteen instalments
ELAINE SKORODIN (violin) WILFRID PARRY (piano)
11.25* Sonata No. l.Lopatnikov Part of a broadcast on January 2