Market trends, news, weather
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
The Caring Community
3: Interview with LAURENCE BAILEY , author of Youth to the Rescue
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
by GEORGE A. HILL
Read by GARARD GREEN
1 Eighth of ten Instalments
Introductory music for assembly
† 9.35 THE SERVICE
Alleluya. sing to Jesus (Tune.
Interlude: 'The Lion of Jerusalem.' The story of John Mark : part I
The Prayer for Protection
Be thou my guardian (Tune.
Repeated: Friday, 9.5 a.m.
9.55 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT II by JAMES DODDING
The magic shell
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
New Every Morning, page 11
Hark what a sound (BBC H.B.
St. Luke 23, v. 49, to 24, v. 11
Goad Christian men, rejoice and sing (BBC H.B. 103)
also JAN ROSOL singing with his guitar
Written by Charlotte Crozet
† Intermediate French series
† FRANCES MON JONES introduces songs and dance tunes from all over the world
0: What makes the air move? by HARRY ARMSTRONG
Junior Science series
11.20 MUSIC WORKSHOP I
What is to become of poor Don Carlos ?
The troubadour Cavalry mouse
Written and produced by William Murphy
11.40 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
3: The Depression
A programme on the causes and effects of mass unemployment between the two world wars.
Compiled by Maurice Whitbread
VIVIAN FRANK proves that there is one
† FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
Birtley, Co. Durham
Produced by Stephen Williams
Haddington, East Lothian
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Tuesday evening's broadcast
for children under five
Today's storv: ' Tommy's New House ' by Marjorie Mitchell
3: So this is a river
What happens to the waste water of a city? How can we keep our rivers clean?
Compiled and narrated by PADDY FEENY
Exploration Earth series
2.20 RETURN JOURNEY by Dylan Thomas
Books, Plays. Poems series
2.45 OBSERVING THE VIVARIUM
Written by Alfred Leutsehcr
In which lizards. toads, and worms are discussed.
The Loyalty Test by Patrick Clifford
Roger's chances of promotion at Amalgamated International are severely jeopardised by a confrontation between his wife, his boss, and his dog.
Other parts played by Patricia Doyle. Robert Powell Heather Stoney
Produced by ALAN AYCKBOURN
† Recorded from piano rolls: these recordings arc available on ARGO D.A.42
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin Preces and Responses (St.
Patrick's Cathedral Use)
Psalms 22. 23
Lessons: Job 18; Hebrews S
Canticles (Bairstow fn D)
Anthem: Let us now praise famous men (Hewson)
(Jonathan Swift , Dean of St. Patrick's, born 1667)
Organist and Master of the Choristers. WILLIAM S. GREIG
A magazine of interest to all. with older listeners specially in mind. including:
Songs of Grief and Glory: RAYMOND SHORT introduces some of the songs, sung by their writers, which were submitted for the BBC Television competition last spring
Lads o'Pairts: GILBERT PHELPS tells the unusual story of William and Robert Chambers who against all odds produced 'A A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People '
† Clothing for the Disabled:
LEONORA ELPHICK has some suggestions
Introduced by STEVE RACE
The novel by Dornford Yates dramatised by NAN MACDONALD in eight parts adapted by WENDY BLAIR with and who tells the story
7: The Race for the Chamber
Produced by WENDY BLAIR
Latest regional news - The stories behind the headlines- Scotland Yard Calling-South-East Sport
Introduced by PADDY FEENY Produced by the South-East news unit
A musical quiz devised by Edward J. Mason and Tony Shryane
DAVID FRANKLIN and FRANK MUIR challenge
IAN WALLACE and DENIS NORDEN
† In the chair, STEVE RACE with Graham Dalley at the mellotron
Repeated: Tuesday, 12.25 p.m.
† PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE plays records of stories, ballads. and other communications
In October 1887 Nellie Mitchell adopted the name of Melba for her first public appearance in Brussels.
Derek Parker presents a portrait of this great Australian opera singer and introduces the recorded memories of some of the people who knew Dame Nellie Melba including:
Una Bourne, Sydney Cheyney, Peter Dawson, Lindley Evans, Dyneley Hussey,
Percy Grainger, William James, Beverley Nichols, Beatrice Oakley, Desmond Shawe-Taylor, Evan Senior and Helen Wood
Produced by Rosemary Hart
See page 52
A report by Anne Owen on Roman Catholic opinion in England today
The Second Vatican Council opened five years ago this week. It has led to radical changes in Catholic liturgy, in education and in outlook.
They can'go too fast for me-they've got to keep up with the people. It's like pop songs, isn'it?
They're behaving like a demolition gang
It's a very old-fashioned reform- they keep talking about modern man' but yoti'd think they'd never met one with recordings made in Roman Catholic churches. schools, and families and comments by MAGDALEX GOFFIN , PAUL JOHNSON and AUBERON WAUGH
Background to the News People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
† LESLIE SMITH introduces letters from today's postbag
† Three reports by JUDITH LISTOWEL
Duty Free by FRANCIS GAITE
Read by FRANK DUNCAN i Third of lifteen instalments
Piano Quintet in A minor,
Op. 84 f played by the OLIN QUARTET
Maurice Brctt (violin) Audrey Brett (violin) David Gribble (viola) John Bunting (cello) with HAVELOCK NELSON (piano)