Market trends, news, weather
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by MARTIN MUNCASTER
A series of encounters between believers and others
DEREK COOPER questions BERNARDINE BISHOP
Revised second edition of the breakfast-time magazine
Shortened version of Sunday's broadcast
Introductory music for Assembly
The order of Service is changed this week to include pupils' responses to the last four programmes on ' Word and Action '
Pupils' responses, part 1
Be thou my vision (Tune. Slane-
Pupils' responses, part 2
Closing prayers written by pupils
by JAMES DODING
Shapes and shadows to the music of Stravinsky's Firebird.
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
New Every Morning, page 54
When all thy mercies (BBC
Mark 1, vv. 32-45 (Jerusalem)
Thou to whom the sick and dying (BBC H.B. 383)
Written by Rhoda Power adapted by Charlotte Crozet
Intermediate French series
JOY AND JENNIFER sing well-known folk tunes from all over the world and introduce new ' pop ' recordings of the songs
Broadcast in BBC World Service
5: Hearing sound by HARRY ARMSTRONG
Junior Science series
A new character appears in the saga of Three O'clock Grandad— and a mighty man is he.
Songs: Three O'clock Grandad
Written and produced by William Murphy
PHILIP HOLLAND talks about the odd problems which faced him when he directed a company of amateur actors on tour in his county
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN in Pudsey, Yorks
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Tuesday evening's broadcast
Today's story: ' Shadows at
Bedtime ' by Daphne Benham
2: The Nile at Aswan
Script by Peter Mansfield
Exploration Earth series
by Jean Anouilh adapted for radio by Lindsay Evans : part 1
Produced by Sam Langdon
Books. Plays. Poems series
Written by Derek Waters
When a tree falls it makes a home for many plants and animals.
A play for radio by John Boland with Norman Shelley
Uncle Guy 's tales about his former life abroad fascinate Joe who spends more and more time listening to the old man. Joe's wife Beth feels she is being neglected.
Produced by DAVID H. GODFREY
Mrs Nora Byers:
from St. Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, Ware, Herts
Lesson: Galatians 3
Hymns: 0 blest Creator of the light: Come, Holy Ghost; Ave Regina Coelorum
Organist, DAVID HART
A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:
Television Tunesmith: RON GRAINER. composer of signature tunes and incidental music, talks to Anne Catchpole about making music that fits tDate with a Patient:
IRENE NICHOLSON talks to Peter Enders about facing death and living on borrowed time
The Gossip: another reminiscence by SARAH PEARCE
Nature Notebook: a series by NORMAN ELLISON. 2: Amber and Ammonites
The Blanket of the Dark by John Buchan adapted for radio by NORMAN PAINTING
In the bowels of Minster Lovell , Peter Pentecost , once a clerk in holy orders and now heir to the Duke of Buckingham, has discovered the body of the treacherous Lord Lovell, and has resolved to seek no further for his treasure. He is pursued for treason and once more seeks sanctuary among the ' Upright Men.'
5: King of the Beggars
Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH
Latest regional news - The stories behind the headlines-Scotland Yard Calling—South East Sport
Introduced by Tim GUDGIN
Produced by the South-East news unit
A panel game devised by Tony Shryane and Edward J. Mason
DILYS POWELL and FRANK MUIR challenge
ANNE Scott-James and DENIS NORDEN
In the chair, JACK LONGLAND
Famous Cases of Sir Rufus Isaacs , K.C.
Chosen and presented at the microphone by Edgar Lustgarten
1: Hartopp v. Hartopp A Divorce Suit, 1902
Broadcast on May 25. 1966
3: Paris Conservatoire Orchestra
DEREK PARKER outlines the history of great European orchestras
This week he talks about the Parts Conservatoire Orchestra which dates back to 1828.
Produced by Rosemary Hart
What relevance has the convent to an increasingly materialistic world? How does a nun reconcile the demands of her enclosure with the demands of her womanhood and of the world outside her convent? Can a nun of a teaching order, for example, impart to her pupils Miat knowledge of the ways of the world that is an essential part of their education-destined. as most of them are, not to be nuns themselves?
LESLIE SMITH talks about these and other matters to a DOMINICAN NUN, herself tile headmistress of her convent's school
Broadcast on September 14. 1967
What is it like, for the children of Indian and Pakistani immigrants, to grow up in Britain in the 1960s?
English people are not eating Chapatti!
The first of two programmes compiled by Dilip HIRO in which the teenagers themselves give a lively account of British food. dress, customs, religious observance-and attitudes to the immigrant in school, street, home, coffee bar
Introduced by STUART Hall , with readings by John Harris Edited by Mary Baker
Produced by Charles Parker
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
† WALTER TAPLIN introduces letters from today's postbag
Grandma Went to Russia by ANTONIA RIDGE
Read by SHEILA MITCHELL
Third of fifteen instalments
From St. Michael's College,