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Prayer and Meditation led by The Rev. Donald Cairns in Belfast
Friday's 'Ten to Eight'
The Rev. Donald
A weekly review of the agricultural scene Produced by Anthony Parkin
Repeated: Wednesday at 12.2. p.m. (Midland and West Home Services)
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
Eric Fenby on Delius as I knew him Introduced by LESLIE PEROWNE
What the weeklies think. illustrated from their editorials. is reviewed by GEOFFREY HOWE
by JOSEPH COOPER
In the chair,
CLIFF MICHELMORE 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 80
Jesus, where'er thy people meet (BBC H.B. 263)
Psalm 34, vv. 1-10
St. Luke 21, v. 29, to 22, v. 6
0 day of God, draw nigh (BBC
Sheep in Rabbits' Clothing
You can now export sheep to Australia as fertilised eggs carried in the bodies of living rabbits. L. E. Rowson , M.R.c.v.s., discusses with Archie Clow some of the implications for the farmer of such applications of research in reproductive physiology
A series of four programmes
3; What Makes a Composerf
A discusssion between RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT and DERYCK COOKE on the nature of the composer's art as they see it and as described in the recorded views of some well-known contemporary composers, including Stravinsky, Britten, Cop-land, and Tippett.
Produced by Denys Gueroult Broadcast on March 21. 1966. In the BBC World Service
The last of a series of six programmes reflecting Dickens's continuing popularity.
6: Dickens and the family by A. 0. J. COCKSHUT
Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford with readings by Gary Watson Broadcast on February 7 (Study)
Fifteen magazine-type programmes, including French songs and readings from the Penguin book of French Short Stories and The Penauin Bonk of French Nineteenth-Century Verse, for listeners with some knowledge of French.
Baudelaire: Harmonie du soir Les bottes de sept lieues-14 Que c'est Iriste Venise
J iii )a mémoire qui flanche
Speakers, PAULETTE PRENEY
Louis BLONCOURT , PAUL COUSTER
Script by Odile Castro and Winifred Saunders
Produced by Elsie Ferguson Last Thursday's broadcast (Study)
A weekly survey of the world of motoring
To Drink or to Drive?
The implications of the new Regulations
The Sentence of the Court
A discussion on the penalties imposed on motorists in Magistrates Courts together with stop press items and topical news. and the latest Road Traffic Conditions in Britain
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 EDWIN BRADEN and THE HORNBLOWERS
Announcer, Douglas Smith
Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS
+ Broadcast on March 26 (Light)
Captain William Warwick Master-designate of the Q4 discusses with Roy PLOMLEY in a recorded programme devised by him the gramophone records he would take to a desert island
Last Monday's broadcast
The Stowaway by Lynne Reid Banks with Jo Manning Wilson and Nigel Anthony
When Mary opened the door of stateroom A 209 she changed two people's lives.
Produced by BETTY DAVIES Broadcast on October 21. 1964
A Saturday Supplement to Woman's Hour.
Introduced by Teresa McGonagle.
"Home for the Day" goes to Brussels.
Teresa McGonagle and Mollie Lee present personalities, impressions, topics, and ideas collected in Belgium.
Produced by Godfrey Dixey
Wilfrid Brambell as Albert
Harry H. Corbett as Harold in Homes Fit for Heroes with OLWEN BROOKS and MARIE MAKINO
Written by ALAN SIMPSON and RAY GALTON adapted for radio by GALE PEDRICK
Produced by BOBBY JAYE Broadcast on July 23 (Light)
MARCUS DODS conducts the BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader. Reginald Stead in a programme of music for all the family with RAE WOODLAND (soprano) JACK BRYMER (saxophone and clarinet) Introduced by Tom NAISBY
Produced by David Richardson and Gareth Walters
The programme includes Rusalka's Invocation to the Moon (Dvorak), Scaramouche (Milhaud), and The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Dukas)
Given before an invited audience in King George's Hall, Blackburn. Tickets may be obtained by application to the Hall.
Repertory in Britain
Theatre in the Round Company in Eden End by J. B. Priestley
1 This isn't your home. It stopped being your home when you ran away from it, years ago. And it's my home. more than ever, because I've stuck to it and helped to keep it going. We'd made a life here without you, and now you have to come charging back into it. upsetting everyone.'
Under the artistic direction of RODNEY WOOD Produced for radio by ALFRED BRADLEY
BRIAN REDHEAD discusses some topical matters and some less topical with BARONESS WOOTTON OF
ABINGER DR. PATRICK NUTTGENS
Director of the Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies, University of York
PAUL JENNINGS author and humorist
Evening Prayers conducted by THE Rev. HUBERT HOSKINS
Essercizi per clavicembalo
Nos. 1-10 played by MALCOLM FRAGER (piano) Scarlatti wrote more than 550 keyboard works of which the first thirty were published under the above title in 1738. The first of five programmes of Scarlatti sonatas