A reading from
A Ringing Call to Mission by Alan Walker
Reader, NORMAN MITCHELL
Make Yourself at Home
For listeners from India and Pakistan
Sawal Aur Jawab
Can I Help You'
Ap Ki 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 Ghar Samajhiye. BBC, Broadcasting House. Birmingham. 15.
tGEOFFREY WHEELER talks to people who save life at sea in Sheringham, Norfolk
Their favourite hymns are sung by the crew of the Sheringham Lifeboat and the Band and Songsters of the Sheringham Salvation Army Citadel
Produced by Michael Shoesmith
St. Mary's Roman Catholic
Training College for Teachers, Strawberry Hill, Twickenham
A biblical meditation on the theme Christ in our midst by FR. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM , C.M.
Readings: St. John 15, vv.
1-17; 1 Corinthians 13, vv. 1-13; 1 John 3, vv. 10-24; St. Matthew 25, vv. 31-40
Hymns: My God accept my heart this day; Come down Love Divine; God be in my head; Put ye on Christ
Psalm 99. Cry out joy to the Lord (Gelineau)
Anthem: 0 Lord my God (John
Prayer and Blessing by FR. KEVIN P. CRONIN. C.M.
Organist and Director of Music, John Rush
Fr. Kevin P.
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
JOHN BOWEN , GEORGE MELLY ,
BASIL TAYLOR , ALEXANDER WALKER In the chair, J. W. LAMBERT
Produced by Philip French
A spontaneous discussion by SIR EDWIN LEATHER
THE RT. HON. FRANK COUSINS
DAVID FRANKLIN , JOHN LE Carre
Travelling Question-Master, FREDDY GRISEWOOD from Priddy, Somerset
Last Friday's broadcast (Ligbt)
Rt. Hon. Frank
visits The Isle of Man
FRED Loads, Bill SOWERBUTTS ALAN GEMMELL answer questions put by members of the Ramsey Fur, Feather, and Horticultural Society
Produced by Kenneth Ford
To Love and to Cherish by Patrick Riddell
When it's a question of a wedding in the family, parents and grand-parents may hold very different views on the form it should take. So indeed may the two main participants!
2: Simple Wedding
Produced by ARCHIE CAMPBELL
Broadcast on September 22. 1965
Dr Richard Lomax:
Mollie, his wife:
Jennifer, his daughter:
David, Jennifer's fiance:
Jonathan Laird, her grandfather.:
Eunice Laird, her grand-mother.:
What is itf When was it made?
What is its valuer
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss with JOHN KING questions raised by listeners
Produced by Pamela Howe
Send your questions to: Talking about Antiques. BBC, Bristol. 8.
Questions about Money: answered by ARTHUR COATES
From Here and There: JOAN YORKE with some more useful information
Hire Purchase: All you need to know (iii): a Barrister talks about what happens when things go wrong
Introduced by Robin HOLMES
The changing pattern of country life reflected in the voices. and views of its people
Introduced by PETER BROWN
Produced by Pamela Howe
Shortened repeat: Wed., 9.5 a.m.
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
Produced by Richard Burwood
Introduced by Jacob de Vries
Tour of Britain Cycle Race
(Promoted by the Milk Marketing Board)
News of the first day by John Burns from Swindon
Motor Cycling: Murray Walker on the Mallory Park Road Races
Cricket: Surrey v. Essex: Neil Durden-Smith from The Oval
Association Football: Brian Moore reflects on yesterday's international (Austria v. England) in Vienna and looks ahead to Wednesday's European Cup-Winners' Cup Final (Glasgow Rangers v. Bayern Munich) in Nuremberg
Archie MacPherson talks about Glasgow Rangers
French Lawn Tennis Championships: Maurice Edelston from Paris
Broadcast by arrangement with the French Broadcasting Service
Introduced by RICHARD WHITMORE and MICHAEL CLAYTON
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Italia Prize-winner 1960 (Documentary section)
A radio ballad on the three generations of the herring fisherman by Ewan MacColl and Charles Parker
Produced by CHARLES PARKER Told by SAM LARNER of Winterton RONNIE BALLS of Yarmouth
GEORGE DRAPER of Lowestoft
FRANK WEST of Gardenstown with the crew of the Honeydew, and men and women from the fishing communities of East Anglia and the Moray Firth
Set into songs by Ewan MacColl with A. L. LLOYD
ELIZABETH and JANE STEWART
IAN CAMPBELL , JOHN CLARENCE and a section of THE CLARION SINGERS under KATHERINE THOMSON
JIM BRAY (bass)
FITZROY COLEMAN (guitar)
(concertina and ocarina)
KAY GRAHAM (fiddle)
PEGGY SEEGER (banjo, mandolin, and auto harp)
(alto sax and clarinet)
The hymn sung by Lewis Cardno of Cairnbulg
The poem The Elusive Herring written and read by James Burnett of Gardenstown
Orchestration and music by Peggy Seeger
Technical direction, John Clarke
Shortened version of the broadcast of August 16, 1960 (Midland Home Service)
An L.P. record of this programme. is available on Argo No. RG 502
Africa Centre by LADY JACKSON (Barbara Ward)
Please send donations, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque to Lady Jackson, Africa Centre[address removed]
Africa Centre is a new educational and social venture. Students, overseas volunteers, businessmen, and missionaries are among those who attend conferences and courses on Africa and meet in the friendly atmosphere of the Centre's International Club. Future plans include courses for African women and flats for married students.
Hymn Writer and Radical Politician
Slavery and social oppression form much of the background to the hymns of James Montgomery. He fought against them for over thirty years and his lyrics reveal a man for whom Christ was King and Deliverer.
Lecturer in English at Manchester University has revealed the man of action behind the words of faith.
BRIAN TRUEMAN reads passages from Montgomery's writings and the CHOIR OF ST. MATTHEW'S, STRETFORD, under the direction of Ronald Frost , sings some of his hymns
The biography narrated and produced by PETER FIRTH
from the novels Clayhanger, Hilda Lessways , These Twain by Arnold Bennett adapted as a serial by Guy VAESEN with Linda Polan and John Rowe
Part 2: ' Hilda Lessways '
Hilda Lessways endeavours to tell Edwin how her bigamous marriage came about. How she came to work for George Cannon , as a shorthand clerk, when he started his newspaper and how she tried to help his half-sister, Sarah Gailey , who is running a boarding house in London.
7: Hilda Indispensable
Produced by BRIAN HULME in the BBC's Midland Studios
Introduced by ALAN KEITH with gramophone records of the most popular pieces of music chosen by listeners
JOHN BETJEMAN selects and introduces a programme of popular poetry
Read by JOHN BETJEMAN and BRUCE BEEBY
Gifts of the Spirit: Wisdom
Wisdom of Solomon 7, v. 26 to
8, v. 1
Psalm 90, vv. 1-3, 10-17 (Broadcast Psalter)
1 Corinthians 2, w. 1-16; 3, vv.
Immortal, invisible, God only wise (BBC H.B. 10)
James 1, v. 5
played by the ENGLISH STRING QUARTET