A reading from
The World's Christmas by Olive Wyon
Reader, RICHARD LEECH
MaKe xoursetj at nurne
For listeners from India and Pakistan
Sawal Aur Jawab can i Help your
An Ki Pasand uramopnone recoras and favourite music from India and Pakistan
Introduced by SALEEM SHAHED
GEOFFREY WHEELER talks to people who work at
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital , Birmingham
Their favourite hymns are sung by a hospital staff choir
Produced by Michael Shoesmith
All Saints Church, Fleet, Hampshire
Conducted by THE REV. COLIN DEEDES
Epistle: Galatians 4, vv. 1-7
Gospel: St. Matthew 1, vv. 18-25
Hymns (A. and M. Rev.): Hark the herald angels sing (60); Of the Father's love begotten (58); Once in royal David's city (432); To the name of our salvation (190)
Organist, L. Wright
GALE PEDRICK'S personal selection of items from BBC radio and television which have been featured in Pick of the Week in 1967 Introduced by JOHN ELLISON
Edited version of last Friday's broadcast
A spontaneous discussion by The RT. Hon. FRANK COUSINS
NORMAN ST. JOHN-STEVAS, M.P .
DAVID STEEL, M.P.
Produced by Michael Bowen from Greyfriars Hall , Bristol
Last Friday's broadcast on Radio 2
St. John-Stevas, M.P
The One O'Clock News leads off this sixty-minute review of 1967 (and preview of 1968) which will also include (if warranted) the latest news, the background to the news. and the people in the news
William Hardcastle and Alastair Burnet
Programme Editor, ANDREW Boyi. r
A World at One production
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN invites
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL to answer questions which listeners have sent in by post
Produced by Kenneth Ford
The Spinster of South Street by R. F. Delderfield adapted for radio by CYNTHIA Pughe with Rachel Gurney , Austin Trevor and Duncan Mclntyre
The dramatic story of Florence Nightingale's relentless fight to improve nursing and medical services after her return from the Crimea.
Produced by BETTY DAVIES
Broadcast on March 16. 1963
Dr Andrew Smith:
and Northern Ireland
1: The Glens of Antrim
JOHN D. STEWART makes his way along the famous scenic coastline of North Antrim and listens to the talk and song of its people
Produced by Sam Hanna Bell
See page 12
Questions about Wills: answered by the Secretary of the Principal Probate Registry
From Here and There: JOAN YORKE with some useful information
Furnished or Unfurnished?: a Barrister explains how a tenancy is defined and what difference it makes to the tenant
Introduced by ROBIN HOLMES
KENNETH ALLSOP introduces some interesting personalities and topics, including:
Music with a Difference: GEORGE NEWSON has just produced a symphony called ' The Silent Spring' about man's impact on the countryside. Birdsong rather than instruments plays a prominent role Aaah-Ugh!: two forms of exclamation use...! for animals. Why are some animals so popular and others unpopular? DESMOND MORRIS explains
Bird Spotting: IAN WALLACE talks about the tallyhunters who are organised to travel anywhere in the country to add a new species to their year's list
Produced by John Sparks
Repeated: Wednesday, 9.5 a.m.
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
The London Bridge Area
Produced by Richard Burwood Repeated: Wednesday, 12.15 p.m.
f by ALISTAIR COOKE
Repeated: Monday, 9.5 a.m.
A discussion on some outstanding books, art, theatre, and cinema of 1967 On art: EDWARD LUCIE-SMITII
EDWIN MULLINS , BRYAN ROBERTSON
On books: KENNETH ALLSOP
RICHARD MAYNE , KARL MILLER
On films: EDGAR ANSTEY
Dilys POWELL , ROBERT ROBINSON
On theatre: RONALD BRYDEN
HAROLD HOBSON , PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE
In the chair, J. W. LAMBERT
Produced by Carl Wildman
Repeated: Thursday, 3.20 p.m.
Leader, Tom Rowlette
Conducted by GRAHAM TREACHER
The Medical Commission on Accident Prevention by RAYMOND BAXTER
The Medical Commission is a voluntary body of doctors which has set itself to study accidents-a major problem of modern life. It conducts research, advises non-medical organisations, and promotes life-saving techniques. The demands on its services, begun in 1964, increase.
Donations, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, to: Raymond Baxter , [address removed].
An abridgement for radio with incidental music by GORDON JACOB
The music was composed for a dramatised adaptation by Phoebe Pickard given at the 1966 Festival of the Arts at Saffron Walden, Essex, where it was recorded in the Parish Church with: JOHN FRANCIS (flute)
HANNAH FRANCIS (harp)
THE MACNAGHTEN STRING Quartet GORDON PEARCE (double-bass)
JAMES BLADES , STEPHEN WHITTAKER (percussion)
SAFFRON WALDEN MADRIGAL GROUP conducted by THE COMPOSER
Broadcast on March 12, 1967
His comforters .:
His comforters .:
by Anthony Trollope adapted for radio in thirteen parts by H. OLDFIELD Box with Margaret Gordon
John Wyse , Raf de la Torre
Bernard Brown , Peter Claughton
In the court the first witnesses have been called.
13: The Verdict .
Produced by R. D. SMITH
Repeated: Tuesday, 3.0 p.m.
Next Sunday: Part 1 of ' Attic and Area ' by Francesca Marlon
de la Torre
Mr Joseph Mason:
de la Torre
Introduced by ALAN KEITH with gramophone records of the most popular pieces of music chosen by listeners
One of the great stars of light entertainment looks back on her life and recalls the years between 1942 and 1955 In her own ebullient uninhibited, and unpredictable fashion she talks to PETER BAKER about the songs she made famous and about some of the famous men who wrote music and irreverent and witty lyrics for her.
Produced by George Angell
Repeated: Thursday, 4.5 p.m.
He was made man
A reading from ' Medieval Netherlands Religious Literature '
This is the truth (Oxford Book of Carols 68)
A further reading
* Christ. Redeemer of our race
(BBC H.B. 54)
Prayer from The Lord is my Shepherd
Divertimento in B flat major
(K.287) tlayed by the INTERNATIONAL MOZART ENSEMBLB Alan Civil (horn)
Shirley Hopkins (horn)
Leonard Friedman (violin) Eleanor St. George (violin) John Underwood (viola) Olga Hegedus (cello)
Adrian Beers (double-bass)
Broadcast on November 6. 1966
from the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London conducted by the Vicar,
THE REV. AUSTEN WILLIAMS