Market trends, news, weather
Prayer and meditation
Friday's ' Ten to Eight'
A weekly review of the agricultural scene
Produced by Anthony Parkin
Repeated: Wednesday, 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: Tues., 9.5 a.m.
told by Sir Grimwood Mears
Everyone hated the grasping, greedy Zemindar and he went to prison for manslaughter-but of that crime,. at any rate, he was guiltless.... from the BBC Sound Archives
What the weeklies think, illustrated from their editorials, is reviewed by HONOR BALFOUR
by VICTOR MONTAGU , ANTHONY STORR TAYA ZINKIN
In the chair, JAMES MOSSMAN
Produced by Adrian Johnson
A weekly magazine for amateur gardeners
This week the programme visits Fred Whitsey 's interesting and attractive garden in Surrey
Produced by Robin E. Hicks
New Every Morning. page 19
Of the Father's love begotten
(BBC H.B. 57)
Matthew 12, v. 43, to 13, v. 9
The Saviour died, but rose again
(BBC H.B. 497)
Four Soviet Towns
Insights into urban life in the U.S.S.R. today from speakers who are familiar with Moscow. Kiev, Odessa, and Yalta. These towns provide the setting for a new radio course in Russian which starts at this time next week.
Speakers include L. M. O'TOOLE , who introduces the new Russian course and the supporting published material
Written and introduced by JOHN MASSEY STEWART
Last Monday's broadcast (Study)
Increasing numbers of people today are studying at home by means of Correspondence Courses. Some of these courses are linked with broadcasts. An example is the A-level English Course provided by the National Extension College in Cambridge. The accompanying radio series begins at this time next week.
Introduced by DAVID GRUGEON
Details of the correspondence course can be obtained from The National Extension College. Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge.
Last Wednesday's broadcast (Study)
It is generally agreed that a foreign language is more easily learned by ear than by eye. This point is illustrated by the experience of people who have had to learn Italian on the spot in Italy.
GIOVANNI CARSANIGA introduces a new course in Italian (with its accompanying book) which begins at this time next week.
Last Wednesday's broadcast (Study)
This week's Study on 3 and accompanying publications: page 43
A weekly survey of the world of motoring
A New Look at Aqua-planing: by KEN GARRETT , Editor of Automobile Engineer
Going Solo: some advice from JEAN BARRATT of Woman
Kerb and Lane Markings: some critical comments by ERNEST DAVIES of Traffic Engineering and Control
Driving Instructors: a discussion on qualifications, standards, and methods 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 JOHN TIDMARSH
A spontaneous discussion by MALCOLM MUGGERIDGE
DR. JOHN DUNWOODY , M.P.
MARGARET THATCHER , M.P.
Chairman, DAVID JACOBS
Produced by Michael Bowen from the Lower Guildhall, Plymouth
Friday's broadcast (Radio 2)
Point of Conflict by Brian Hayles
How best to serve the Union cause? At high level or on the shop floor? Harry Kerwen and Tom Denby cannot agree.
Produced by Anthony CORNISH
f introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
An Anti-Social Activity: WYN WILLIAMS gives his views on housework
The Other Side of Fear: George Cross holders ODETTE HALLOWES. DAPHNE PEARSON , and DOROTHY THOMAS talk to Gordon Gow
Mistakes I Have Made: CELIA CROSS looks back
A Child with Eczema: DENISE ASSERSON gives a mother's experience and a doctor comments
Visitor to Britain: PROFESSOR AFFERBECK LAUDER , language expert from Australia
' How to Grow a Wisteria ' by EDNA O'BRIEN
Read by SIOBHAN MCKENNA
Brahms, Mozart, Grieg, Dvorak
Recordings made available by courtesy of South-West German Radio. West Berlin Radio, Norwegian Radio, and Hungarian Radio
Produced by Godfrey Dixey
A male reply to Petticoat Line
DAVID SYMONDS , PETER CLAYTON take the masculine point of view in answer to the Petticoat Line broadcast last week
In the chair, MICHAEL SMEE
Produced by John Cassels
Pre-recorded at The Playhouse,
Northumberland Avenue. W.C.2.
Shortened version: Tues., 12 noon
This week's Petticoat Line: Tues., 7.30; Thurs., 12.25 p.m.
From the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea with MARGARET PRICE (soprano)
ERICH GRUENBERG (violin)
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA Leader, Arthur Leavins
Conductor, MARCUS DODS
Introduced by Roy WILLIAMSON
Produced by Qareth Walters
Including music from Rigoletto (Verdi), Facade (Walton), and Der Freischutz (Weber); and Kabalevsky's Violin Concerto
The novel by John le CarrÃ© adapted for radio by Frederick Bradnum with David Bird, Joan Sanderson, Patrick Barr
Repeated: Monday, 3.15 p.m.
RICHARD HOGGART and HUMPHRY BERKELEY join BRIAN REDHEAD in a late-evening conversation
Produced by John Musgrave
The evening office of Compline
† CELIA ARIELI (piano)