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1 Thursday's ' Ten to Eight
Radio's breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Meditation led by THE REV. JAMES S. WOOD from Scotland
Rev. James S.
Lord of all hopefulness (Slane-
Interlude: Response in Worship
Prayer: as written by pupils
JOHN SEYMOUR recently followed in the footsteps of George Borrow , carrying not an umbrella but a tape-recorder 3: Dinas Mawddwy to Machynlleth
Reader, Haydn Jones
Broadcast on August 13
Written by Raymond Escoffey tA A programme for primary school pupils in their third year of French
by JAMES DODDING
The Story o) Dick Whittington
New Every Morning, page 96
Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem (BBC H.B. 123)
St. Matthew 27, v. 62, to 28, v. 8
The race that long in darkness pined <BBC H.B. 496)
Extracts from the play by Jean Giraudoux
French for Sixth Forms series
played by the VIENNA
STATE OPERA ORCHESTRA
Resolution and Adventure in the South Seas (1772-5)
Written by Michael Mason
Produced by David Lyttle
† World Hislory series: Radiovision
A radio play by Louis MACNEICE
A soldier with a magic nosebag clears a haunted palace of devils.
† Listening and Writing series
Morality and the Law
4: Conflicts of Principle by GEOFFREY MORRIS
GALE PEDRICK makes a personal selection of items from the many broadcasts on BBC radio and television during the past seven days
Introduced by JOHN ELLISON
Extended version: Sun., 11.15 a.m.
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Thursday evening's broadcast
Today's story: ' trundle the Tractor: Trundle goes harvesting ' by Jean Atkinson
by MARGARET ROSE
Let's Join In series
By EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH
Songs by John Tavener sung by Honor
McKellar Art and Design series: RadiovisJon
2.40 PINOCCHIO by Carlo Collodi
The story of a puppet who wanted to be a boy.
11: False Friends
Script by Silvia Goodall
Stories and Rhymes series
A weekly magazine programme of special interest to women at home who may be considering returning to work or training for a Dew career.
Presented by CAROLINE NICHOLSON and MICHAEL SMEE
Produced by Evelyn Gibbs
A radio correspondence column in which listeners add their comments to views expressed in last week's Any Questions? from Street, Somerset
Thursday's broadcast (Radio 2)
3: Amy Fay a 19th-century music student
† Reader, TBEA HOLME
A series of readings and records selected by John Lade
Howard Lockhart introduces today's edition from Scotland which includes:
Operation Gaelic Chief: soldiers of the Royal Engineers are helping remote areas in Scotland. Hugh Ross joined a company operating in Argyll.
Nursery Slope Set: Janet Waller has just begun her winter season teaching people to ski.
Bill Simpson's Casebook: our special guest - Dr. Finlay, now busy on another series.
The Crofters...: Jim Bowes visits a young married couple who spend their working life at an atomic station and their home life at a croft.
... And the Commission: James Shaw Grant, re-appointed Chairman of the Crofters Commission, looks to the future in an interview with Eddie Holmes
Port Doctor: for the best part of this century. Dr. John Leiper has been Port Doctor at Aberdeen. He talks to Donald MacLeod.
Visitors to France
4: John Scott arranged for radio by Simona Pakenham
Reader. NOEL ILIFF
John Scott , Editor of the London weekly journal The Champion, took advantage of the year 18]4. the year of peace, to have a holiday in the French capital-along with 12,000 other English visitors. By the time his book was published, Napoleon had invaded France from Elba and had been defeated once and for all at Waterloo.
Tonight's evening paper of the air
Reports from the region's news studios and Scotland Yard-Sportsdesk — Weekend with TOM BoSTOCK-Stop Press
Introduced by COLIN HAMILTON
Repeated: Monday, 1.30 p.m.
with Nicholas Parsons featuring
DENISE BRYER. PETER REEVES
BOB TODD , and RONALD FLETCHER
Script by PETER MYERS
† Produced by John Bridges
Rptd.: Sunday, 9.30 p.m. (Radio 2)
A weekly magazine of discovery and invention
News and views of the men and women whose achievements are going to affect our daily life
Introduced by GERALD LEACH
A Science Unit production
Reminiscences in words and music of the famous heldentenor
Walter Trier from ' Der Wortbruch ' by Leo Slezak (Rowohlt )
Francis de Wolff as Leo Slezak and FREDERICK TREVES and PETER PRATT
' Leo Slezak-the world's greatest tenor-the greatest that ever lived -no-the greatest that will live ..."
' ... The largest swan-knight ever seen in town. It seemed as if a section of the proscenium arch had suddenly stepped upon the stage — yet despite his size. this was no mountain of flesh —a splendid actor-an impersonation not soon to be forgotten ...'
The programme compiled and translated by MARTIN ESSLIN
† Produced by JOHN POWELL
What is sleep? Why do we sleep? Why do some of us not sleep? What sort of help do sleeping pills give, and what are their hidden dangers?
Narrator, KENNETH KENDALL
Written and produced by EILEEN CAPEL
Background to the News
People in the News followed by NEWS-STAND
How the dailies have handled the week's news, and trends in and out of Fleet Street: analysed by DOUGLAS BROWN
A journalist from abroad takes a look at Great Britain this week
Three Men in a Boat by JEROME K. JEROME
Read by Richard Briers
Fifth of ten instalments
Trio in C major, Op. 87.
Brahms ISAAC STERN (violin) LEONARD ROSE (cello)
EUGENE ISTOMIN (piano)