Market trends, news, weather
† Wednesday's ' Ten to Eight '
Radio's breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Light In Our Darkness
Verse by Williams Hodgkins
read by MICHAEL MCCLAIN
by CHARLES CHAPLIN
Read by CHARLES LENO
Twelfth of twenty instalments
Aspects of child care
7: Talking About Death
The ' facts of life ' are now freely discussed in many families. But what about ' the facts of death '?
LESLIE SMITH talks to professional people and parents
Produced by Barbara Crowther
A medical magazine introduced by JOAN YORKE
Why do some people have an aversion to touching others? What are the prospects for a tooth bank? How ran an elderly diabetic tell it his blood sugar is high?
These are some of the questions sent in by listeners which will be answered by doctors in today's programme. last of this series.
Produced by Thena Heshel
Questions for the new series (starting Nov. 7) should be sent as soon as possible to Room 8063, Broadcasting House, London, W.I.
PETER KENNEDY introduces folk songs from the British Isles 12: As I was going to Widccombe Fair
Produced by Sheila Anderson
New Every Morning, page 61
We come unto our fathers' God
(BBC H.B. 255)
Matthew 8, vv. 1-17
0 God of earth and altar (BBC
presenting Bill McCue in It's a Fine Thing to Sing with HELEN McARTHUR
BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA
Conductor, IAIN SUTHERLAND
Produced by Eddie Fraser
by Jillian Dickon
A series of five morning plays about communication between people.
[Starring] Timothy West as David King, Prunella Scales as Avis
(Timothy West is in "The Italian Girl" at Wyndham's Theatre, London)
A comedy anthology
Written and introduced by Basil Boothroyd
Shortened version of Monday's broadcast
by RICHARD GORDON adapted for broadcasting in thirteen episodes by RAY COONEY
13:To Pass Or Not to Pass
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Wednesday evening's broadcast
Story: ' Pussy Simkin 's Collar by Linda Greenbury
† London STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Leader, Reginald Leopold Conducted by KENNETH MONTGOMERY including music by Mendelssohn, Gordon Langford Waldteufel. , Vaughan Williams , Richard Stoker , and Ponchielli.
Kenneth Montgomery broadcasts by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera Co.
A series featuring the best-known Walt Disney films made in the last thirty years
Adapted and introduced by DESMOND CARRINGTON
The 1940 cartoon production Pinocchio from the story by Collodi Music and lyrics by Ned Washington and Leigh Harline
Produced for radio by Desmond Carrington and Spencer Hale
Miss Bramshaw takes a hand by Bill Westall with Chrys Salt , Anthony Oliver The work of the postmistress at a quiet village like Little Nutley might seem pretty placid and uneventful. But Annie Bramshaw knew how to liven things up.
Produced by BETTY DAVIES
The Rev Arthur Small:
Music written by Rossini in his retirement
LUCIANO SGHIZZI (piano)
SOLOISTS AND CHORUS OF the LUGANO CHAMBER Music SOCIETY
Mon prelude hygienique du matin The Gondoliers
Une caresse a ma femme The lovers of Seville Tarantelle pur sang gramophone records
A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including:
A Change in the Wind:
GORDON Gow talks to some of the people concerned with the re-release in 70 mm and stereophonic sound of the film classic Gone With the Wind
Tony VAN DEN BERGH attends a meeting and talks to some of the members of G.A. and their wives
Eclipse of the Eclipse:
DAVID WILSON , BBC Science Correspondent, describes its waning importance
Drop us a line: your news, views, and memories
van Den Bergh
The Adventures of David Balfour from Kidnapped and Catriona by Robert Louis Stevenson abridged for reading in thirteen parts
Read by BRYDEN MURDOCH with 6. The Flight in the Heather
Produced by Gordon Emslie
Tonight's evening paper of the air
Reports from the region's news studios and Scotland Yard-Sportsdesk — ' Good evening' with FRED STREETER-Stop Press Introduced by Tim GUDGIN
A serial in eight parts by Gilbert Phelps
Dacres has been arrested and still does not know who are his friends and who are his enemies.
8:Escape to Reality
Other parts played by James Mellor
Signature tune composed by Fitzroy Coleman
Produced by R. D. SMITH
RAYMOND BAXTER , REGINALD TURNILL and COLIN RIACH report on the many aspects of this week Society of British Aerospace Companies' international flying display and spaee-and-aviation exhibition at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, Hants
Introduced by ROBIN RICHARDS
Produced by Kenneth Pragnell from the BBC Mobile Studio
Songs from his musical comedies and operettas
Introduced, with records, by ALAN DELL
A case of medical detection
Written by ARTHUR SWINSON
' She'd go paddling out into the stream, pull up the watercress, and eat it. I used to tell her to bring it in and wash it, but you know what children are, Doctor.,
The facts in this reconstructed account of a typhoid outbreak are authentic: only names and identities have been disguised, to comply with medical etiquette.
Narrator, DAVID MAHLOWE
Other parts played by Geoffrey Banks , John Pullen
Peter Wheeler , Rosalie Williams
Produced by STANLEY WILLIAMSON
A portrait of Sir John Cockcroft the distinguished nuclear scientist
Scientists and members of Churchill College, Cambridge, of which he became the first Master, speak of his achievements and of his enigmatic personality.
The?; include: DR. T. E. ALLIBONE SIR ROBERT COCKBURN , LORD HINTON LORD JACKSON OF BURNLEYDR. KENNETH MCQUILLEN
PROFESSOR C. F. POWELL LORD RITCHIE- CALDER
R. H. TIZARD. SIR GEORGE THOMSON PROFESSOR E. T. S. WALTON
Narrator, JOHN SNAGGE
Compiled and produced by Robert Pocock
Dr. T. E.
Professor C. F.
Professor E. T. S.
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
JOHN THOMPSON introduces letters from today's poslbag
A talk by the Chief Rabbi
Dr. Immanuel Jakobovits
Nerve by DICK FRANCIS Read by HENRY STAMPER
Fourth of fifteen instalments
MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH (Cello) ALEXANDER DEDUKHIN (piano)