Market trends, news, weather
Prayer and Meditation
Friday's ' Ten to Eight'
comes direct from a farm at Ditcheat in Somerset
JAMES THORBURN and BRYAN PLATT pay an early morning visit to one of the largest farmhouse-cheese producing farms in the country.
Arranged and introduced by GEORGE SIGSWORTH
Revised edition: Wed., 12.25 p.m. (Midland and West)
Reflecting matters of Christian interest and concern
BBC Correspondents talk about the news, its background, and the people who make it
Revised edition: Tuesday, 9.5 a.m.
Memories of early motor cycles and tri-cars he once owned by ixion
(The late Canon B. H. Davies ) from the BBC Sound Archives
Canon B. H.
What the weeklies think, illustrated from their editorials, is reviewed by ANTHONY KING
by DANNIE ABSE , JOAN BAKEWELL
ESMOND WRIGHT , m.p.
In the chair, JAMES MOSSMAN
Produced by Jocelyn Ferguson
A weekly magazine for amateur gardeners including a guide to seasonal work, topical advice, and answers to queries
New Every Morning, page 83
Fairest Lord Jesus (BBC H.B. 138) Psalm 33, vv. 1-12
Ezekiel 34, vv. 17-31
Lord, thy word abideth (BBC
Out of Doors
Eight programmes providing information about some of the major outdoor pastimes
4: Question and Answer
Listeners' questions, arising out ot the first three programmes in the series, are answered by experts.
Introduced by MICHAEL BOWEN
Four programmes on the reproduction of sound with advice on how to choose and use radios, record-players, and tape-recorders.
2: Sound in a room
Speakers include: JOHN CRABBE , Editor of Hi-fi News, and JOHN BORWICK , Technical Editor of The Gramophone.
Produced by Rosemary Jellis
Broadcast on May 10 (Study)
Listeners' questions will be answered in two extra programmes on September 21 and 28. Please address to Better Sound[address removed]
Fifteen lessons in spoken Mandarin
Introduced by LUCIA LIU with the help of TERRY CHANG
Last Wednesday's broadcast (Study)
A booklet and records are available
This week's Study: page 51
Foot Controls: DONALD NORFOLK discusses the design and position of control pedals
A Letter from Sarah: an eye-witness to a tragedy
Having your Car Stolen: an experience by GORDON IRVING together with topical news and the latest Road Conditions
Introduced by BILL HARTLEY
Produced by Jim Pestridge
Star items from the week's editions of radio's famous breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by MARTIN MUNCASTER
with Ken Dodd
JOHN LAURIE , PATRICIA HAYES
GRAHAM STARK, JUDITH CHALMERS and FREDDY DAVIES
DODDY'S DIDDY ORCHESTRA
Directed by GEOFF ALDERSON
Script by Eddie Braben and Ken Dodd ,
Produced by BILL WORSLEY
Broadcast on Jan. 8. 1967 (Light)
Cakes and Ale
The novel by W, SOMERSET MAUGHAM dramatised by HOWARD AGG with Raymond Huntley Barbara Mitchell and Kenneth Hyde
Alroy Kear seemed to want something from Ashenden. But what? It wasn'as if they had that much in common. And then, somehow, Kear brought up the subject of the late Edward Driffield ...
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
Broadcast on January 27. 1964
Millicent, Duchess of Ewell:
Vicar of Blackstaple:
Mrs Barton Trafford:
Introduced by JUDITH CHALMERS
John Ogdon : a recent Guest of the Week in Woman's Hour
News Values: MOLLIE LEE discusses the way the news is presented with ANNE SHARPLEY , WILLIAM HARDCASTLE , and BRIAN INGLIS
Tomorrow it'll all be different: BRENDA LEYS says there's no such thing as the perfect mother
Homecoming: DR. CLAIRE WEEKES considers the problems of nervously-ill housewives discharged from hospital
Cottage of 10,000 Shells: BOB FORBES talks to a conchologist, DULCIE TUCKER , about her collection from all over the world
Don Juan and the Lily by FRANCES TOWERS abridged by Cristina Sellors
Read by SHIRLEY Dixon
Produced by Godfrey Dixey
ANONA WINN, JOY
ADAMSON NORMAN HACKFORTH , PETER GLAZE with a mystery guest and KENNETH HORNE in the chair
Produced by John Cassels
Pre-recorded at The Paris. Lower
Regent Street. London. S.W.I.
From the Royal Albert Hall
EVELYN LEAR (soprano)
RONALD Down (tenor) EDWARD BYLES (tenor)
JAMES CHRISTIANSEN (baritone) FRANK OLEGARIO (bass)
HUGH BEAN (violin)
FRANCES MASON (violin)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Led by Hugh Maguire Conductor, COLIN DAVIS
Part 2 at 8.50 (Radio 2)
Renée Asherson in The French Prisoner
A play for radio by BRIAN GEAR based on The Westcotes by SIR ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH
Endymion, Narcissus, and Dorothea: the very flower of an old county family in the early nineteenth century. For them youth was an adventure to be recalled with an indulgent smile, and the way ahead was assured. Then the French prisoners arrived.....
Produced by MICHAEL BowEN
Narcissus Westcote ,:
Corporal Sam Zeally:
Sir Barnes Wallis looks back on crowded years of invention from the flight of his airship, the R100, in 1930 to his skipping bomb for the Dam Busters in 1943 But in his conversation with Anthony Smith, Sir Barnes reveals himself as still vitally creative. At eighty he is still having the time of his life.
Evening Prayers conducted by THE REV. R. T. BROOKS
Rev. R. T.
ROSEMARIE WRIGHT (piano)