Introduced by Marjorie Anderson Out of the News
Making the most of a small town garden: JOYCE WREFORD Unaccustomed as I am ...: LYN MACDONALD asks AVRIL EXHAM for some tips on public speaking
Reading Your Letters
Understanding Yourself: ANNE ALLEN and EUSTACE CHESSER, On his book Who Do You Think You
Aret JILL BALCON reads
The Semi-Attached Couple by EMILY EDEN (8)
with Music Along the Way commentaries by Maurice Edelston on the highlights of today's Singles matches in the European Zone First Round tie at Edinburgh, with comments by FRED PERRY; your music host Peter Donaldson
This week Robin Richmond introduces the organ styles of: JOHN STEWART
(Gaumont State. Kilburn) PHIL FINCH
(Granada. Clapham Junction) ALEC LEADER
(The Plough, Great Munden) GERALD SHAW
(Odeon, Leicester Square) FRIEDA HALL and news. views, and topics from the cinema organ world Produced by CHRIS MORGAN
featuring William Davies playing a variety of keyboard instruments, introducing the programme, and conducting the BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA This week's guest singer MAUREEN TYSON
Produced by ALAN TONGUE
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