Make Yourself at Home
For listeners from India and Pakistan
Sawal Aur Jawab
Can I Help Your
Ap Ki Pasand
Gramophone records andmusic 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. Broadcasting House. Birmingham 15
GEOFFREY WHEELER talks to . some of the people who are making a new town at
Their favourite hymns are sung by the choirs and congregations of the local churches in Holy Trinity Church, Dawley
Produced by Michael Shoesmith
Park Congregational Church, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire conducted by the Minister, THE REV. J. EMRYS DAVIES
Hymns (Congregational Praise):
City of God (253: Tune. Richmond); In heavenly love (412: Tune, Penlan); Christian dost thou see them (484: Tune, Holy War); Fight the good fight (512: Tune, Duke Street)
Readings: Matthew 9, vv. 18-26
1 Corinthians 11, vv. 23-26
Organist and Choirmaster. D. Cecil Williams
A spontaneous discussion by DAVID FRANKLIN
ANDREW FAULDS , M.P.
Question-Master, JEREMY CARRAD
Produced by Michael Bowen from the College of Education, Weymouth
Last Friday's broadcast (Radio 2)
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
Work at One production
Market Harborough, Leicestershire
Members of the Flower Club of Market Harborough put their questions to:
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
Produced by Kenneth Ford
Nevil Shute Festival
The Chequer Board
A play adapted by Stephen Grenfell from the novel by NEVIL SHUTE with Maurice Denham
Trader Faulkner , Nigel Anthony 'Tis all a chequer board of Nwlits and Days
Where Destiny with Men for
Hither and thither moves, and mates and slays.
And one by one back in the Closet lays
Cast In order of speaking:
Produced by BETTY DAVIES
Broadcast on October 26. 1963
Ma Nay Htohn:
In Praise of Herefordshire
A portrait of the county seen through the eyes of those who live there
Introduced by HARRY SOAN
Herefordshire, on the Welsh border, is considered by many-and certainly by the contributors to this programme-to be the most beautiful of all English counties. It is still one of the least spoiled, and nobody can deny that Herefordshire presents an exceptionally harmonious yet varied landscape.
Produced by Paul Humphreys
From My Postbag: David GINS BURG, M.P.
Ending a Marriage: RUPERT TOWNSHEND-ROSE explains the difference between a void and voidable marriage and looks at some of the consequences of an annulment on these grounds
Useful Information from here and there: collected by JOAN YORKE
Introduced by ROBIN HOLMES
CHARLES COLES introduces some interesting topics and personalities in the world of natural history including:
Run, hare, run!
A Bill shortly to be presented to Parliament would make hare-coursing illegal. What are the arguments for and against this traditional country sport? Among those taking part: Lord SOPER
Wildlife Photographer 1967
The prizewinners of this annual competition run by Animals have just been selected. John SPARKS went to the presentation ceremony. and talked to NIGEL SITWELL and ERIC HOSKINGS
Ducks for Everyone
DAVID CABOT (Director of Research, Irish Wildfowl Conservancy) talks about getting the maximum benefit from ducks and geese.
The Fellowship Houses Trust by MAX BYGRAVES
The Trust provides independent flatlet accommodation for elderly people of low income.
Donations, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, to: Max Bygraves , The Fellowship Houses Trust, Clock House, Byfleet, Surrey
A radio serial in thirteen parts by LANCE SIEVEKING based on the novel by FRANCESCA MARTON with Patricia Leventon
Betsey and Hannah have been to the theatre and Tom has rescued Betsey from the unwelcome attentions of John Elvey.
Part 4 with Arthur Dulay (piano)
Produced by DAVID H. GODFREY
Repeated: Tuesday, 3.0 p.m.
Philip Guard is tn 'Relatively Speaking ' at the Duke of York's Theatre, London
Hannah Mary Christmas:
Master of St. Catherine's College, Oxford was a member of the BBC European Service duringWorld War II
In conversation with DEREK PARKER. he looks back on the years 1939-45 and recalls some of the highlights of the broadcasting service which set out to wage war against the most formidable and unscrupulous propaganda machine ever created.
Produced by George Angell
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