Market trends, news, weather
tfrom THE REV. PETER FIRTH
Radio's breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by BRIAN JOHNSTON
The Debt to My Parents recalled by DR. MARY COLQUHOUN
NORMAN TURNER presents some recordings and thoughts for October
by ALISTAIR COOKE
German for Beginners
5: In Koln
Written and produced by Stephen Kanocz
A radiovision programme recorded in collaboration with West German Radio
Wat Tyler 's Rebellion
In 1381 under a remarkable leader the serfs nearly succeeded in obtaining personal freedom. They failed. but in the next hundred years serfdom in England faded away. and England won what it took the French another four centuries and a revolution to achieve. Here the rebellion is seen through the eyes of Richard II and his court.
Written by Cameron Miller
New Every Morning, page 68
All praise to thee (BBC H.B. 401) Canticle 6. part 2
Matthew 16, vv. 13-23
Put thou thy trust in God (BBC
H. B. 313)
5: Une belle moustache
Written by Emile Harven
An audiovisual programme
5: Une désagréable surprise
Written by Michel de Lantivy
Introduced by WILLIAM APPLEBY
Songs: Kelvin Grove ; On this day;
Football crazy; Boney was a warrior
Produced by Douglas Coombes
Man and the Seasons
2: November Noises
Introduced by DEREK BOWSKILL
A series in which you meet interesting and unusual people from all walks of life
Boss Tom COYNE talks to John Smith , a young man who in ten years has built up an empire of clubs and helped to transform Britain's night life
The Flint Way
The Icknield or 'Flint' way Is the oldest known trackway in England. Starting near Grimes Graves in Norfolk, it passes near many places of historic interest before reaching its destination near the great mound of Silbury.
ERIC SIMMS set out earlier this year to trace its course and introduces recordings of interest from along the way
Produced by Denys Gueroult
Barbara Murray : actress discusses with Roy PLOMLEY in a recorded programme devised by htm the gramophone records she would take to a desert island
Produced by Ronald Cook
Repeated: Wednesday, 7.0 p.m.
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM DAVIS
Friday evening's broadcast
for children under five
Story: ' Old Boot' by Joyce Gillham
with BASIL Moss
Script by Heather Young
The first of three programmes on discussion as a way of working out ideas and making clear the meaning of what is discussed.
for the nine-to-eleven-year-olds by GLYN HARRIS
Television cameras work in groups -shooting a scene; machines in groups of six; introduction to the story of Odysseus and the Cyclops.
A series of ten programmes designed to help and encourage those who wish to express themselves more effectively or recapture old skills in the spoken and written word.
4: The Interview
Written and introduced by CAROL ROBSON
Produced by Peggy Bacon
An 18th-century adventure by Stanley Weyman
The radio play by MOLLIE HARDWICK
Sophia is infatuated with Hector Hawkesworth. Her sister and brother-in-law are sure he is only after her money and try to persuade her that Sir Hervey Coke would make a better husband. f Saturday's broadcast
A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:
'Survival of the Fittest':
PAMELA HANSFORD JOHNSON talks to James Mellen about her career as a writer, her personal interest in the violence of modern society, and her latest novel
The Citizens' Advice Bureaux: on the eve of their National Conference MADGE HART looks at their work
Rule by rifle: D. PARSONS with a Cup Final memory
A ' night to remember: GRACE
READ recalls a fancy-dress party in her school days
A selection from
The Country Child by Alison Uttley chosen and read by DAVID DAVIS
2: The Harvest
' The most important of the men were Patrick and Comey and Andy. the mowers. They brought their own scythes wrapped in sacking on their backs. They were Susan's idea of brigands, or Assyrians sweeping down on the Israelites.'
Tonight's evening paper of the air
Reports from the region's news studios and Scotland Yard-Sportsdesk — Postscript with MICHAEL BROOKE-Stop Press
Introduced by DOUGLAS CAMERON
Produced by the South-East news unit
Repeated: Tuesday, 1.30 p.m.
A panel game controlled this week by KENNETH WILLIAMS in which
GERALDINE JONES try to talk for just a minute on this and that
Devised by Ian Messiter
Produced by David Hatch
Pre-recorded at The Playhouse.
Northumberland Av... London, W.C.2
Repeated: Sunday, 12.25 p.m.
Introduced by Jack Brymer played by the BBC NORTHERN
Leader, Reginald Stead
Conductor. BRYDEN THOMSON including:
by Kenneth Hill with Meredith Edwards and Basil Dignam
' Soldiers have to be protected against Statesmen. War's impossible otherwise'
Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH
Richard Simpson is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company
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Sir Maurice Hankey:
Sir Douglas Haig:
Sir William Robertson:
Sir John Jellicoe:
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
LESLIE SMITH introduces letters from today's postbag
The Singing Sands by JOSEPHINE TEY abridged by Cristina Sellors Read by JOHN GRAHAM
Produced by John Cardy
First of fifteen instalments
The beasts that talk.
The streams that stand. The stones that walk. The Singing sand,
That guard the way To Paradise
This uncompleted verse, pencilled on a newspaper, Jay by the body of a young man in a sleeping compartment of the Euston to Scotland train. To Insp. Grant it was the first baffling clue to a seemingly motiveless murder.
KARL SEILER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Conducted by CARL GORVIN
HANS-ULRICH NIGGERMANN (flute) gramophone records