Market trends, news, weather
comes direct from the 1,500-acre farm of Reg Harvey at Tannington, near Framlingham, Suffolk
DAVID RICHARDSON and JOHN GREENSLADE pay an early-morning visit to Braiseworth Hall and talk to Mr. Harvey and his family and staff.
Produced by Anthony Parkin
A Christian angle on the news
BBC Correspondents throughout the world talk about the news. its background, and the people who make it
Revised edition: Tuesday, 9.5 a.m.
from the BBC Sound Archives
Sir Ronald Storrs (1881-1955) on Kitchener uf Khartoum
Introduced by LESLIE PEROWNE
What the weeklies think, illustrated from their editorials, is reviewed by GEOFFREY HOWE
by ISOBEL BARNETT , JONATHAN KING
In the chair,
Produced by Jocelyn Ferguson
Introduced by Roy HAY featuring items of news, views, replies to listeners' queries, and topical advice to help the amateur gardener
Produced by John Greenslade
New Every Morning, page 29
This is the day the Lord hath made (BBC H.B. 400)
St. Luke 18, v'v. 18-30
For those we love within the veil (BBC H.B. 243)
by Dr. I.J. Smalley, Department of Geology, University College. London
Britain is tilting: this is a scientifically established fact. The tilt line runs from Devon through South Wales across the middle of England and on to North Yorkshire. The land to the south and east of this line is sinking, while the land to the north and west is rising.
The Artist at Work
A series of four programmes
1: What Makes a Painter!
DAVID SYLVESTER examines the recorded views of some well-known modern painters, including Francis Bacon and Sir William Coldstream , and discusses the methods, aims, and obsessions of the painter today Produced by Denys Gueroult
A World Service production
11.10 Dickens Today
Six programmes reflecting
Dickens's continuing popularity 4: The language of Dickens by DR. ARNOLD KETTLE University of Leeds with readings by GARY WATSON
Broadcast on January 24 (Study)
11.35 Divertissement Français
Fifteen magazine-type programmes. including French songs and readings from the Penguin book of French Short Stories and The Penguin Book of French Nineteenth Century Verse, for listeners with some knowledge of French
Verhaeren: Le moulin
Les bottes de sept lieues—12 Le plat pays
L'echelonnement des haies
Speakers: PAULETTE PRENEY
Louis BLONCOURT , PAUL Cousn
Script by Winifred Saunders and Odile Castro
Produced by Elsie Ferguson
Last Thursday's broadcast (Study)
A weekly survey of the world of motoring including a further report from Sweden and items of interest for motorists in Britain together with topical news and the latest Road Conditions
Introduced by BILL HARTLEY
Produced by Jim Pestridge
Listen at leisure to selected star items from the week's editions of radio's famous breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Written by BARRY Took and MARTY FELDMAN starring Kenneth Horne with KENNETH WILLIAMS , HUGH PADDICK
BETTY MARSDEN , BILL PERTWEE
Music by The FRASER HAYES FOUR
AND THE HORNBLOWERS
Announcer, Douglas Smith Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS
Broadcast on March 12 (Light)
John Ogdon : pianist discusses with Roy PLOMLEY in a recorded programme devised by him the gramophone records he would take to a desert island
Produced by Monica Chapman
Last Monday's broadcast
Intruders at Baytrees by Gordon Turner
'... You go up to Town every day. You get away from it ... You don'notice any more. That's one of the things it does. One of 'he most frightening things ... '
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by ALISON PLOWDEN
First removal man:
Second removal man:
A Saturday Supplement to Woman's Hour
Introduced by Pamela Creighton
This browning business: Anne Jones has late summer thoughts about sunbathing.
"Soldier, Soldier"': John Arden discusses his new volume of plays with Stuart Burge.
You don't behave like that at home: Patricia Barnard has decided to make a stand.
The Spanish way - how pleasant to live in Madrid: views from people who do, including Brian Crozier and Senora Maclean Perez-Trillo.
(See facing page)
Produced by Godfrey Dixey
Wilfrid Brambell as Albert
Harry H. Corbett as Harold in The Piano featuring
BRIAN OULTON as The Man
Written by ALAN SIMPSON and RAY GALTON adapted for radio by Gale Pedrick
Produced by BOBBY JAYE
Broadcast on July 9 (Light)
BBC Symphony Orchestra Led by Hugh Maguire Conducted by James Loughran Lennox Berkeley
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
A Finger on Kelly
A new play for radio by Brian Hayles
Kelly's boxing career seems set for heights and glory, but his determination to get a square deal, as he sees it, brings trouble and disillusionment.
Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH from the Midlands
Repeated; Monday, 3.15 p.m.
See facing page
Sir Compton Mackenzie chooses a period soon after the Second World War when, having accepted an invitation to write the history of the Indian Army at war, he travelled extensively and for the first time in his life East of Suez.
He talks to PATRICK HARVEY
Shortened version of last Sunday's broadcast
Evening Prayers conducted by THE Rev. JOHN ELPHINSTONE-FYFFE
played by JUDITH FITTON (flute)
RICHARD NUNN (piano) first broadcast performance in this country