Introduced by JOHN Greenslade
THE REV. Timothy DUDLEY SMITH
Rev. Timothy Dudley
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
THE Rev. RONAI.D Selby- Wright, d.d., with some reflections from his book of talks to schools and colleges: Take Up God's Armour
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
Read by Richard Hiirndall
Sixth of ten instalments
Broadcast in July 1950
by Alistair COOKE
Reports from Britain and overseas
Revised version of Sunday's broadcast
Introduced by PETER WHEELER featuring this week
ROSEMARY MUDIE , JACK HOLT
Russell ANSTEY, JAMES BYFORD
Chairman, BARRY BUCKNELL
Hayling Island Sailing Club Produced by Tony Preston from the North
New Every Morning, page 22
My Lord, my life, my love
(BBC H.B. 330)
Psalm 27. part 1
St. Luke 10. vv. 1-16
Lead us, 0 Father, in the paths of peace <BBC H.B. 308)
Hugh Burden as Brother Felix Fabri in Life on a fifteenth-century Pilgrim Ship from The Wanderinqs of Brother Felix Fabri translated by AUBREY Stewart , M.A.
Introduced by WALTER FITZGERALD
Broadcast on August 2. 1966
John Gielgud as Thomas Man ning. Tuesday at 10.30 a.m.
conducts and introduces
THE SPA ORCHESTRA in Music from Scarborough with JACK Byfield at the piano
From the Spa Grand Hotel
The Hitchcock comedy thriller
North by North-West: part 2 starring
EVA Marie SAINT JAMES MASON
Introduced and adapted by GORDON Gow
Produced by Tony Luke
Broadcast on June 16 (Light)
Marks for Murder (it)
The Crime Writers' Association recently met in the Chamber of Horrors at Madame Tussaud 's
With GAVIN Lyall in the chair, specialists JOSEPHINE Bell , CHARLES Franklin , MICHAEL GILBERT , BERNARD KNIGHT , and Julian SYMONS assessed as murderers some of the pre-1914 characters around them.
Produced by Rosemary Hart
Miriam Karlin actress discusses with Roy Plomley in a recorded programme devised by him the gramophone records she would take to a desert island.
Repeated: Saturday, 1.40 p.m.
Miriam Karlin is in "Fiddler on the Roof" at Her Majesty's Theatre, London
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM DAVIS City Editor of The Guardian
Friday evening's broadcast
Anthony William Daniel Archer:
for children under five
Today's story: ' The Little Red
Hen's Secret ' by E. F. Wells
from the North of England
Introduced by OLIVE Shapley
' The Beloved Little Admiral ':
Peter Wheeler talks to VIVIAN Stuart about her biography of Admiral Keppel
Living Toys: is it too easy to buy a stray dog? AUDREY KAYE investigates
What do you do in the holidays?: MURIEL HUGHES is a school secretary
Rule of Thumb: MICHAEL MEECH looks at hitch-hiking
Charm: considered by KATE Kindsay , PATRICK RYAN , and ELLEN HOLMES
The Brushwood Boy by Rudyard KIPLING abridged by Donald Bancroft
Read by CHARLES HODGSON
First of two readings
by MALCOLM HAZELL
This was a teenage love story with an unhappy ending.
Bird in Hand by John Drinkwater with
Thomas Greenleaf , landlord of the ' Bird in Hand ' pub, holds extremely conservative views on class and morality.
Introduced by HOWARD Lockhart
Five Brothers: in the centenary year of Federation. ISOBEL RAE tells of her granduncles who emigrated to Canada to join the first citizens of the New World
Highland Pilot: BASIL WISHART looks at a new book, Air Road to the Isles by Captain E. E. Fresson , a pioneer of air service in the Highlands and Islands Bonnet, Belt, and Sword: music by THE Corries from a recent recording
Our Guest: EVE Boswell, singing star. talks about her career in show business
Orkney Chair: a traditional islands craft which is meeting the demand of modern furniture collectors
Captain E. E.
Uncle Remus or Mr. Fox, Mr. Rabbit and Mr. Terrapin by Joel Chandler Harris 1848-1908
A series of six readings by EDRIC CONNOR
2: Mr. Fox is victimised again Mr. Fox is outdone by Mr. Buzzard
Miss Cow tails a victim to Mr.
Rabbit Mr. Terrapin appears on the scene
Latest regional news — The stories behind the headlines-Scotland Yard Calling-South. East Sport-From the Local Press
Introduced by COLIN HAMILTON Produced by the South-East news Unit
Repeated: Thursday, 1.30 p.m.
Jimmy Clitheroe in Get Me to the Shop on Time with PETER Sinclair , PATRICIA BURKE DANNY Ross. DIANA DAY DERYCK Guyler
Written by James Casey and Frank Roscoe
Produced by JAMES CASEY
Broadcast on January 15
playei by the VIENNA Volksoper ORCHESTRA
Conducted by MAX Schonherr
Recording made available by courtesy of the Carl Michael Ziehrer Foundation in Vienna
Dame Sybil stars in some of her favourite plays
7: A Passage to India by Santha Rama Rau from the novel by E. M. Forster adapted by JOHN MAYNARD with Zia Mohyeddin , Jill Balcon and Frank Duncan
Cast in order of speakma:
The action of the play takes place in the small provincial town of Chandrapore, in Eastern India, near Bengal. The time is April of a year in the early 1920s.
Produced by GRAHAM Gauls
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
Walter TAPLIN introduces this evening's edition of a series designed to reflect listeners' own views on current topics. Letters on public affairs and issues of policy are specially welcome.
For very late letters you can ring 01-580-4468, extension 3030. and dictate your message.
A series of three talks
1: Giving It
HUGH Jenkins , m.p., was a fun-time official of Equity, the Actors' Union, before he became an M.P.
In this talk he examines the way money for the Arts is distributed, compares it with his tindings on a recent trip to other European countries, and concludes that much remains to be done. both at national and local government levels.
Memoirs of an Infantry Officer by SIEGFRIED SASSOON abridged by Michael Bowen
Read by BASIL JONES from the South and West
Sixth of fifteen instalments
Gervase de Peyer (clarinet) Emanuel Hurwitz (violin) Ivor McMahon (violin) Cecil Aronowitz (viola) Terence Weil (cello)
Broadcast on August 2, 1966