Market trends, news, weather
(Wednesday's "Ten to Eight")
Radio's breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
A series in which members of different denominations say why they go to church.
A series on aspects of child care
4: Asthma and Hay Fever
About two out of every hundred people have asthma or hay fever, and some have both. In this programme doctors and scientists discuss the special problems which arise when children are affected.
Compiled and introduced by EILEEN CAPEL
Produced by Barbara Crowther
A medical magazine introduced by JOAN YORKE and including:
Specialist in the Studio: a doctor answers listeners' questions about problems connected with skin and hair care Viewpoint: from a family doctor who thinks patients should always be told the truth-even about fatal illness
Should we pay for Blood: TONY SCHOOLING reports on the blood donor service
Produced by Thena Heshel
New Every Morning, page 87
This is the day of light (BBC H.B. 399)
Psalm 147, vv. 1-12
Ephesians 4, vv. 7-16
Spread, O spread, thou mighty word (BBC H.B. 182)
presenting Bill McCue in It's a Fine Thing to Sing with MARY MILLAR
BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA Leader, Ian Tyre
Conductor, IAIN SUTHERLAND
Produced by Eddie Fraser
8: The Stanley Matthews Story
From school team to Cup Final: DENIS GOACHER reads from STANLEY MATTHEWS'S autobiography which recounts some of the greatest moments in football.
Broadcast on June 20, 1967
says That's Life illustrated by opinions and comments from the BBC Sound Archives
Guest, MICHAEL PERTWEE
Written by Robert Turley
Produced by Sheila Anderson
Brian Rix is in ' Let Sleeping Wives Lie ' at the Garrick Theatre, London
40: Meeting Extraordinary
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Wednesday evening's broadcast
Story: A surprise for Jeremy and Flash ' by Winifred Doran
LONDON STUDIO ORCHESTRA Leader, Reginald Leopold
Conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY
The Maori people have no written language, so the spoken word means everything to them. Their history, myth, and legend are passed down by word of mouth.
This programme from the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation reflects the Maori proverbs, songs, and poetry N.Z.B.C. recording
by David Scott Daniell
Miss Hood, an avid reader of detective stories, finds that life in a seaside hotel provides her with opportunities for a little amateur sleuthing-with the help of an old friend.
Produced by EILEEN CULLEN
Wednesday's broadcast (Radio 2)
A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:
Worm's Eye View:
Angela Rippon talks to R. F. DELDER -FIELD, novelist and playwright, about his life and work
Inflation ad infinitum: CHAR
LOTTE BLOCH-ZAVREL recalls living in Germany in the early 1920s
True Tales: by ROBERT RIETTY.
1: Jonathan to the rescue
Cordon Rouge: GEORGE VILLIERS gives one of his special recipes fDrop us a line: your news. views, and memories
Welsh Adventure by Viola Bayley arranged in five episodes by PHYLLIS MORGAN
The burglary at the farm has deepened the mystery surrounding the guests at Craigwen House. Jimmy has told Jeannie that he realises how much Serena and Owen mean to each other. But what has Owen to do with the theft of the clock?
Reader, GWENYTH PETTY
Produced by Evelyn Williams
Regional News — The stories behind the headlines-Scotland Yard Calling-South-East Sport -FRED STREETER on Gardening Introduced by Tim GUDGIN
A serial in five parts from the novel by Susan Gilruth with Sheila Grant and Frederick Treves
In the middle of the night, the cruise ship passed twixt Scylla and Charybdis. The following day, the passenger list was one short ...
Adapted and produced by BETTY DAVIES
Current events explored through the personalities of people who make them by GEORGE SCOTT
A concert given in the Royal Albert
Hall London as part of the Denmark in Britain Week with Blondal Bengtsson (cello)
Conducted by John Pritchard
While Cancwdon's tower still stands there shall be witches in these lands
† ERIC MAPLE returns with a tape recorder to that village in Essex whose ancient tradition was that there would always be under a Master of Witches six more secret witches ' half in silk, and half in cotton.'
Part 2: Nielsen
Symphony No. 4 (1916)
See page 39 followed by an interlude
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
LESLIE SMITH introduces letters from today's post bag. For very late letters you can ring
[number removed] and dictate your message.
No Bones About It by JOAN FLEMING
Part 4: read by HILDA SCHRODER and PRESTON LOCKWOOD
Fairy Tales Nos. 2 and 3 (Op. 51)
Sonata-Triad, Op. 11 played by JEAN HARVEY (piano)