A reading from
On the Boundary by Paul Tillich Reader, JOHN FORREST
Make Yourself at Home
For listeners from India and Pakistan
Sawat Aur Jawab Can i help you?
Ap Ki Pasand
Gramophone records and favourite music from India and Pakistan
Introduced by SALEEM SHAHED
Correspondence in English, or your own language, should be sent to Make Yourself at Home, or Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye, BBC, [address removed].
Hymns and sacred music Introduced by SANDY MACPHERSON with MICHAEL RIPPON , HAZEL HUNT
CHARLES SMART at the organ
Park End Presbyterian Church, Llandennis Road, Cardiff
Conducted by the Minister,
THE REV. G. NANTLAIS WILLIAMS
Hymns (Church Hymnary): Round the Lord in glory seated (2-tune. Sanctus); Spirit divine, attend our prayers (183-tune, Abergele); Son of God, eternal Saviour (359-tune. Psalm 42); All my hope on God is founded (448—tune, Groeswen)
Lesson: Romans 8, vv. 14-32
Organist. VERNON GILL
Choirmaster, Newman Williams
GALE PEDRICK makes a personal selection of items from BBC radio and television
Introduced by JOHN ELLISON Edited version of last Friday's broadcast
A spontaneous discussion by BARONESS ASQUITH STEVE RACE
DR. JOHN DUNWOODY , M.P.
Travelling Question-Master, FREDDY GRISEWOOD
Produced by Michael Bowen from The Weald School. Billingshurst, Sussex Last Friday's broadcast (Light)
Baroness Asquith Steve
The One O'Clock News leads off this sixty-minute up-to-the-minute report on the world around us
The latest news, the background to the news. and the people in the news
Presented by William Hardcastle
Programme Editor. ANDREW BOYLE
A World at One production
Sunderland, Co. Durham
Members of the Sunderland and District Gardeners' Society, Grangetown, Sunderland, put their questions to
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN Produced by Kenneth Ford
Michael Hordern in The Guilt of King Polycrates
A Melodrama for an Age of Prosperity by Peter Gurney
A verse play for radio based on Herodotus
Music by HUMPHREY SEARLE
Polycrates, the lucky king, Threw away his lady's ring;
But found it in his supper dish.
Returned by well-intentioned fish,
Which shows that good comes out of evil;
The lucky king, the lucky devil!
Other parts played by Diana Olsson , Philip Cunningham Hugh Dickson , John Hollis
John Humphry , Jon Rollason Douglas Storm , Gabriel Woolf with a section of the AMBROSIAN SINGERS the combined choirs of the LOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL for GIRLS and the BANCROFT Boys' SCHOOL and the SINFONIA OF LONDON conducted by THE COMPOSER
The rule of King Polycrates in the island of Samos probably began in the year 532 B.C.
Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES First broadcast on March 8. 1960
Peter Gurney is also the author of ' The Foundling,' which won the 1965 Italia Prize for stereophonic works and which will be broadcast for the first time in this version in December.
Argeia, daughter of Polycrates:
Polycrates, King of Samos:
Herodotus, the historian:
Amasis, King of Egypt:
Anacreon, the poet:
Oroetes Governor of Lydia:
7: The Permanent Display
Most of us only come into contact with archaeology when we visit a museum and see valuable or beautiful objects. But archaeologists often have a habit of changing their own and each other's minds-and museums must be alive to a constantly changing picture of the past.
Introduced by VINCENT WAITE Produced by Roger Laughton from the South and West
Self Employed: VIVIAN FRANK considers some of the problems particularly in connection with income tax
Under Age: a Barrister looks at a much discussed topic and explains the position of ' infants ' under the existing laws. 1: Contracts, property, and crimes
From Here and There: JOAN YORKE with some useful information Introduced by ROBIN HOLMES
Pied Pipers of the Shore
HUGH FALKUS introduces the story of the Oystercatcher with the help of: PETER DARE , PETER DAVIDSON , and ARTHUR SIMPSON , Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food; JOHN BUXTON , New College, Oxford; JOHN GOSS-CUSTARD , Bristol University; JOE HAMBURY, Gower Ornithological Society; NEVILLE DOUGLAS-JONES, Glamorgan County Naturalists' Trust; URIEL SAFRIEL , Edward Grey Institute, Oxford; MIKE NORTON - GRIFFITHS, Zoology Department, Oxford University; and some cocklers from Penclawdd Produced by John Sparks from the South and West
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
Produced by Stephen Williams Repeated: Wed., 12.10 p.m.
News of the weekend's sporting events
Introduced by JACOB DE VRIES including:
National Hill Climb
Organised by the Lancashire Automobile Club
ERIC TOBITT reports from Douglas, Isle of Man
The Strcatham/Croydon Seven-a-Sides
ERIC YORK reports from Croydon on this afternoon's tournament
England v. Alberta
A report from Calgary on England's first match in their Canadian Tour
Broadcast by arrangement with the C.B.C.
by ALISTAIR COOKE
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting, and art
BARBARA BRAY , STUART HALL
EDWIN MULLINS , JOHN WEIGHTMAN
In the chair, WALTER ALLEN Produced by Carl Wildman
The Cocoa and Stave Trade in Africa in which Messrs. Cadbury sued Standard Newspapers with David Mahlowe as Sir Edward Carson , K.C.
Written by ARTHUR SWINSON Produced by STANLEY WILLIAMSON
See facing page
Rufus Isaacs, K C:
W A Cadbury:
Sir Edward Grey:
Mr Justice Pickford:
E S Thackray:
Sandy Bay Children's Home, Hong Kong by RUPERT DAVIES
Please send donations, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, to Rupert Davies, Sandy Bay Appeal, [address removed]
This convalescent Home, run by the Society for the Relief of Disabled Children, gives postoperative care to disabled children from Hong Kong, Borneo, Malaya, and the Philippines. A new extension, with out-patients department, operating theatre, and 100 beds will, when complete, be the first orthopaedic children's hospital in the Far East.
An exploration, illustrated with dramatised episodes by JACK MOLE
Lecturer in Divinity.
Northumberland College of Education, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
At the piano, DAVID Lloyd Produced by Hubert Hoskins
by W. M. Thackeray
A serial in twelve parts freely adapted by Audrey Lucas with Annabel Maule and Ronald Baddiley
Becky was presented at Court by Lady Jane and Sir Pitt Crawley. Walking back from Gaunt House one night, Rawdon was arrested by a sheriff's officer. Dobbin and Jos Sedley returned from abroad.
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
(Broadcast on August 2, 1959)
Sir Pitt Crawley:
Introduced by ALAN KEITH with gramophone records of the most popular pieces of music chosen by listeners
See facing page
A further series of four programmes
1: The Red Roads of Nigeria Produced by Francis Dillon
Away from it All: October 1
The City of our
God Hebrews 11, vv. 13-16 Ephesians 2, vv. 19-22
0 thou not made with bands (BBC
A Litany for the Church
City of God (BBC H.B. 173) Revelation 3, vv. 11 and 12
NELSON COOKE (cello)
VALERIE TRYON (piano)