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Thursday's ' Ten to Eight '
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Prayer and Meditation led by THE REV. D. ELWYN EDWARDS
Rev. D. Elwyn
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
by PAUL GALLICO
Read by JOHN WESTBROOK
Tenth of fifteen instalments
tells of his
Love of Five Continents in excerpts from three conversations with LEIGH CRUTCHLEY
In his. visits to Greece. Turkey, Italy, Russia. Switzerland, Spain. Britain, Albania, South America, Cuba, Mexico, and the U.S.A.. Peter Ustinov contemplates the countries as he found them and comes out with some unexpected opinions and observations.
Broadcast on July 13
A monthly programme reflecting life in the country with a Natural History contribution by ERIC SIMMS
Introduced by C. GORDON GLOVER
Produced by Arthur Phillips
ROGER OWEN tells how, as an impecunious student in Paris, he found a use for that-singularly unpromising article—yesterday's newspaper
New Every Morning, page 87
The star of morn has risen
(BBC H.B. 410)
St. Luke 13, vv. 22-35
Jerusalem the golden (BBC
Five programmes of her stories arranged and told by DAVID DAVIS
5: The Tate of the Flopsy Bunnies The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse The Tale of Timmu Tiptoes
' It is said that the effect of eating too much lettuce is " soporitic." I have never felt sleepy after eating lettuces; but then I am not a rabbit ..'
Broadcast on August 8. 1966
A number of these stories are now available commercially on E.P. records Nos. 6347-6351. issued by C.B.S.
LINDSAY Ross AND HIS BAND with MARGARET FRASER (soprano) ANGUS CAMERON (violin) and a team of Scottish Country Dancers
1 Produced by Eoin Hamilton
THE OLD BAILEY
During the course of the winter it is proposed to broadcast a series of programmes under this tille. Among the cases being considered for in. clusion is Rex v. Thompson and Bywaters, 1922.
In order to avoid causing distress, the producer of the series. Joe Burroughs. would be glad if close relatives of persons concerned would write to him at; BBC, Broadcasting House. London. W.I.
A weekly conversation between
THOMAS BARMAN and three foreign journalists about the British people and their political, economic, and social preoccupations during the past seven days
Gale PEDRICK makes a personal selection of items from the many broadcasts on BBC radio and television during the past seven days
Introduced by JOHN ELLISON '
Edited version: Sunday, 11.30 a.m.
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Thursday evening's broadcast
for children under five
Today's story: a ' Buster the Bus by M. E. Moore
A series of programmes on aspects of child-care
The Handicapped Child in the Family Setting
Three mothers discuss practical problems with a CONSULTANT PAEDIATRICIAN and DR. KENNETH HOLT. Director of the Assessment Centre for Handicapped Children at the Institute of Child Health in London
Produced by Barbara Crowther
Broadcast on March 23
Lord Elton author, OKford don, broadcaster looks back on two men he knew:
COSMO GORDON LANG,
Archbishop of Canterbury and DR. C. E. M. JOAD , broadcaster extraordinary
Illustrated by recordings from the BBC Sound Archives
Produced by Leslie Perowne
Broadcast on April 28
Dr. C. E. M.
A series of legal problems devised and written by JOHN P. WYNN
Introduced by JOHN SNAGGE with a qualified legal opinion from F. W. BENEY, Q.C. and comments from a panel of everyday people
Produced by TRAFFORD WHITELOCK
Sunday's broadcast (Light)
† JULIAN HERBAGE introduces his selection, both topical and retrospective, from earlier editions
A tribute to Hollywood's Golden Voice
His life and career traced by PETER NOBLE including the voice of the late Nelson Eddy in interview, on record, and on soundtrack from his films
Produced by John Dyas
Broadcast on July 27
A magazine of interest to all, with older listeners specially in mind, including:
George: EMLYN WILLIAMS talks to Gerald Monte about his life in the theatre
Hot on the Scent: MARGERY HUMBLE recalls the surprising social success of a fellow WAAF
The Sales of Wales: JOHN SEY MOUR reflects on the knack some have of getting a bargain
Middle East Midwifery: how a son was born to Aysha. told by MIRIAM LEWIS
1 Introduced by TELERI BEVAN from Wales
Peggy Ashcroft reads
Persuasion by Jane Austen abridged by Eileen Capel In seven parts
Captain Wentworth has appeared to wish to resume his friendship with Anne. Her cousin. Mr. Elliot, is paying attentions to her, and Captain Wentworth has noticed this. Then Anne hears some disturbing things about her cousin.
Broadcast In March 1965 (Light)
Latest regional news - The stories behind the headlines-Perspective on a talking point of the moment-Scotland Yard Calling-Weekend Road Report -Sports Spot-FRED STREETER on Gardening
Introduced by PADDY FEENY
Produced by the South-East news unit
KENNETH HARRIS with LADY BARNETT
LORD SOPER and SIR LEARIE CONSTANTINE discuss observations and conclusions about Britain and the British offered by visitors from the rest of the world
Produced by John Bridges
Pre-recorded at The Paris. Lower
Resent Street. London. S.W.I
recalls some of his friends from the good old days of music-hall
Research and script by George Martin
Produced by David Allan
Broadcast on June 3 (Light)
The last two years of the life of Mary Queen of Scots
During her long captivity in England, Mary Queen of Scots liked to use the enigmatic motto In my end is my beginning. Even as she went to her execution in the C.reat Hall of Fotheringay Castle in February 1587 she still prayed there miyht be a beginning ...
Narrator, RICHARD HURNDALL
Compiled from contemporary sources and produced by ALISON PLOWDEN
Shortened version of the broadcast on February 17
Mary Queen of Scots:
James VI of Scotland:
Sir Compton Mackenzie in 1924 settled himself in a studio at Savoy Hill and became radio's first disc jockey.
He retired after one very successful programme. Talking to Harold Rogers, he recalls that first venture and introduces some recordings that bring back other memories
Produced by Helen Fry
Broadcast on April 8 (Light)
f At this time a speaker close to something that is currently happening in Britain or the world is questioned about his part in it, his view of it
Background to the News
People in the News followed by NEWS-STAND
How the dailies have handled the week's news, the opinions they have expressed, and current trends in and out of Fleet Street are analysed by BRIAN CONNELL
To many of the emerging Commonwealth countries, Britain seems to be relinquishing her world role in favour of narrower, materialistic interests.
JOHN HATCH. Commonwealth Correspondent of The Statesman, discusses African and Asian reaction to such developments as Britain's decision to join the European Economic Community.
Royal Escape by GEORGETTE HEYER
Read by GARY WATSON
Fifth of fifteen instalments
BENNY GOODMAN , NAT KING COLE BUD FREEMAN , THELONIOUS MONK MILES DAVIS: on records
Introduced by JOHN DUNN
King Cole Bud