Market trends, news, weather
Wednesday's ' Ten to Eight.
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by MARTIN MUNCASTER
1: William PURCELL describes a visit to Llanthony Valley in the Black Mountains
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
9.8 THE SERVICE
Lord of all hopefulness (Tune,
Story: Care of the sick and injured. The Cheshire Homes
The Prayer for Goodwill
Holy Spirit, hear us (Tune,
Eudoxia-BBC Supplement' 22)
9: Measurement by JAMES HAWTHORNE
9.55 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT I by RACHEL PERCIVAL
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
New Every Morning, page 76
God, thou art my God alone
(BBC H.B. 468)
Hebrews 12, vv. 14-29 (Jerusalem Bible)
Fight the good fight with all thy might (BBC H.B. 302)
A series of talks based on personal observation
Women on Board by SARAH GRAHAM , who set out for America with her mother in a German coal-boat.
' Falkenslein was rather like a warped black banana to look at. We were up at the peeling end.'
A practice broadcast in which JOHN Huw DAVIES leads practice of activities begun in the Music Workshop
Written and produced by William Murphy
11.0 TIME AND TUNE
John Camburn pilots the Time, Space, and Tune Machine XK15 to an Indian Fair
Story of the visit written by Jamila Patten
Produced by Jenyth Worsley
Time and Tune series
OF RESOURCES by THE REV. C. J. ALLISTON
11.40 MUSIC WORKSHOP I
Practice in musical activities begun in the Music Workshop
Written and produced by William Murphy
Rev. C. J.
Eastwards from Istanbul the legendary Orient Express becomes the Taurus Express and wanders through mountain and desert.
BETTY JACKSON recalls a journey to the East
Barbara Mullen with some ' Souvenirs musical and otherwise
Produced by Sheila Anderson
Broadcast on April 11 (Light)
A panel game from the Midlands
and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Wednesday evening's broadcast
' The story of an Engine-Driver,' by Sheila Hayley : pt. 2
by Lucy Boston adapted by Silvia Goodall
3: The Search
Living Language series
Rare and unusual instruments introduced by MADEAU STEWART
9: A Little Knight Music
Produced by Denys Gueroult
2: Marlow to Reading
Upstream to Reading under a variety of bridges and through a variety of locks.
Compiled and narrated by JOHNNY MORRIS
Starting Points series
Ex - Detective - Superintendent Jack Williams , who retired in May after thirty-five years in the police force and an outstandingly successful record in solving murders, talks to JOHN PONDER, Chief Crime Reporter of the Evening Standard, and SONYA CALLINGHAM
Broadcast on May 19
Tom Driberg , M.P., talks at 4.1 about the famous people who came to her flat for Tea in Bayswater
From the portrait by Pavel Tchelitchew on loan to the Tate Gallery, London
Tom Driberg , M.P. who was a frequent Kuest between the wars at Edith Sitwell's salon. recalls the atmosphere at these gatherings and introduces recordings made by several of the famous who came regularly to her flat in Bayswater for tea and penny buns.
Produced by Denys Guéroult
A magazine of interest to all, with older listeners specially in mind, including:
Game, Set, and Match:
DAN MASKELL talks to John Ellison about the turning points in his life in professional tennis
The Laugh's On Me: MAC
DONALD HASTINGS recalls amusing moments from his overflowing life. 3-A dinner-date in the desert
GEORGE VILLIERS visits a strawberry farm in Kent and suggests a recipe for strawberry jam
Drop Us a Line: Your news, views, and memories
Introduced by KEN SYKORA
Recollections of the life of a little girl in nineteenth-century Tsarist Russia by E. M. Almedingen
Arranged for broadcasting in six parts by Bertha Lonsdale
Read by Betty Hardy
After an unhappy stay on Grandmaman's estate at Matzovka. Katia is now back home at Trostnikovo. For a year everyone is happy and then Aunt Marie dies and Cousin Sophie , exhausted with worry, goes to take the cure at Odessa on the Black Sea. While she is away Katia's old nurse. Agatha, turns up with news of Kalia's own father and new stepmother.
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-Preview
Introduced by DEREK PARKER
Produced by the South-East news unit
Repeated: Friday, 1.30 p.m.
A knock-out quiz between students from universities throughout the British Isles
Bristol v. Edinburgh with Question-Masters
MAX ROBERTSON in Edinburgh and JOHN ANTHONY in Bristol
Produced by Brian Skilton
Leader, Reginald Stead
Conductor, George Hurst
A Birthday Tribute
A scientist of international standing whose achievements cover a wide field, Sir Julian Huxtey is eighty today
In this commemorative programme members of his family, colleagues, and others speak of his work and of the stimulating company that his friendship provides Narrated by Lord RITCHIE-CALDER
The speakers include:
MARY ADAMS , FRAME
HASTINGS BARONESS WOOTTON Lord ADRIAN, H. J. BLACKHAM
DR. JACOB BRONOWSKI
JAMES FISHER , DR. E. B. FORD PROFESSOR A. F. HUXLEY
ANTHONY HUXLEY , R. M. LOCKLEY DONALD MCCULLOUGH , HENRY MOORE GUY
MOUNTFORT DR. JOSEPH NEEDHAM
MAX NICHOLSON , PETER SCOTT
Produced by Robert Pocock
See facing page
Dr. E. B.
Professor A. F.
by H. M. BURTON
Who now remembers the Hadow Report? In the 1920s when Mr. Burton was an Assistant Education Officer it was the Bible for educational reorganisation and. so they thought, showed how schools would be organised for a long time to come. Since then, Mr. Burton observes. there have been two more general reorganisations of education. Is the latest one more likely to achieve its objectives?
A programme that sets out to answer listeners' questions on science and technology In the chair,
PROFESSOR G. P. WELLS
JOHN CARTHY : zoology
MICHAEL HALLIDAY : linguistics STEVEN ROSE: biochemistry CLAUDIO VITA-FINZI: geology
Arranged by David Paterson
If you have a question on science or technology to put to the panel. send it on a postcard to: Who Knows?. BBC. Broadcasting House, London. W.I.
9.58 Weather forecast
Professor G. P.
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
WALTER JAMES introduces letters from today's postbag
The Market Square by ' Miss READ '
Read by NOEL JOHNSON
Second of thirteen instalments
played by the BOlSMORTIER ENSEMBLE Tess Miller (oboe)
Jennifer Ward Clarke (cello) Jill Severs (harpsichord)