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Tuesday's ' Ten to Eight '
Radio's breakfast-time magazine Introduced by LIAM NOLAN
Other Men's Shoes
Shortened version of Sunday's broadcast
Introductory music for Assembly
0 worship the King (Tune. Hanover-S.P. 618)
Interlude: The Pure in Heart The Prayer for Purity
Blest are the pure in heart (Tune,
by JAMES DODDING
Space ship adventures
3: The Mechanical Island
Music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
New Every Morning, page 50
Praise ye the Lord (BBC H.B. 280) Canticle 1, vv. 1-15
The Wisdom of Solomon 2, v. 23, to 3, v. 9
Ye watchers and ye holy ones
(BBC H.B. 288)
PETER KENNEDY with folk songs and ceili music in traditional style
Produced by Sheila Anderson
3: Looking at a tree by HARRY ARMSTRONG f Junior Science series
They dance on the ferry boat-but the currachs have serious work to do.
Sonos: Ceili on the deck
The oarsmen's song
Written and produced by William Murphy
A study of non-violent resistance
Written by Michael Edwardes
Commentary by ROBERT HUDSON and ALAN MCGILVRAY from Old Trafford
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
The Royal Horticultural Society's Garden, Wisley
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Tuesday evening's broadcast
Story: ' Mr. Whiskers ' by Ivy Trembath
Perhaps the world's most perfect volcanic cone.
Script by Johnny Morris
Exploration Earth series
by VERNON SCANNELL
The poet chooses a selection of poems to illustrate the theme and links them with his own commentary.
Produced by Sam Langdon
Boohs, Plays, Poems series
Written by Christine Dudley
Farmer Collins and Tony watch a dragonfly change from nymph to adult.
You Know I Don'Like to
See It by Marian Campbell
A mother's forced absence from home can frequently result in chaos for the household. Usually when she comes back the family are only too pleased to see her. Sometimes the reunion may not be quite what was expected ...
Produced by ROGER PINE
from York Minster
Psalm 78 (Go.ss in A, Elvcy in D,
Walmisley in B minor, Bairstow in G)
Lessons: Joshua 7; Acts 24, w.
Canticles (Amner, Cesar's Service) Anthem: Christ is now risen again
Master of the Music, FRANCIS JACKSON
Assistant Organist, John Marsh
A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including:
My Musical Friends: IDA COOK talks to Anne Catchpole about Amclita Galli-Curci and plays some of her records
Picking up Pins: ALICE HAND talks to Yvonne Adamson about her days as a milliner
Talking Point: Is speech free?
The Tower of London
The novel by HARRISON AINSWORTH freely adapted in thirteen parts by TONY VAN DEN BERGH
10: Who's for the Queen?
Xit has been taken to the torture chamber: Dudley compels Jane. against her instinct and reason, to join the rebellion.
Other parts: Norman Wynne and members of the BBC
Drama Repertory Company
Produced by R. D. SMITH
van Den Bergh
Lord Guilford Dudley:
Lady Jane Grey:
Sir Thomas Wyatt:
Regional news — The stories behind the headlines—Scotland Yard Calling—South-East Sport
Introduced by Tim GUDGIN
Leslie Sarony with Roy PLOMLEY
Six famous trials heard in the Central Criminal Court selected and presented at the microphone by Edgar Lustgarten
1: Rex v. Lieutenant Malcolm 1917
Lieutenant Malcolm came home on leave from the Western Front to find that he had every reason to suppose his wife had been unfaithful. He admitted shooting her lover and was tried for murder. Sir John Simon's defence was masterly.
Rex v. Pemberton Billing, 1918
See page 36
Leader. Reginald Stead
Conducted by Gary Bertini followed by an Interlude
A series of three documentaries
1: The Enigma of Thailand
JOHN TUSA explores the most stable of the so-called domino states in South-East Asia
He tours the palaces and temples. interviews the Foreign Minister, discusses the rebellions in the north with generals and journalists, and asks: can Thailand, now an active ally of the Americans in the war against North Vietnam, continue to stay out of trouble?
Produced by Keith Hindell
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
ANNE ALLEN introduces letters from today's postbag
Men at Arms by EVELYN WAUGH
Read by HUGH BURDEN
Eighth of twenty Instalments
played by ELAINE SKORODIN (violin) WILFRID PARRY (piano)