Market trends, news, weather
Meditation led by THE REV. JAMES S. WOOD from Scotland
Friday's ' Ten to Eight'
Rev. James S.
A weekly review of the agricultural scene f 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.
What the weeklies think, illustrated from their editorials, is reviewed by NORMAN HUNT
Parliamentarians scrutinise the week's work at Westminster and discuss what is making an impact on the world of politics
Chairman, Ian WALLER
A weekly magazine for amateur gardeners Gifts for Gardeners
This week the programme discusses a selection of tools and sundries suitable for presents. and includes a review of gardening books
Guide to the week's 'work
Produced by Robin Hicks
St. Andrew's Day
New Every Morning, page 99
Rise up, 0 men of God (BBC H.B.
St. Matthew 28, vv. 8-20
Ten thousand times ten thousand
(BBC H.B. 253)
Second Year Russian
Twenty lessons in spoken Russian, planned in conjunction with the University of Essex.
Written and presented by L. M. O'TOOLE
8: We're approaching Kiev
As the train draws in to Kiev. Nina and Galya arrange to meet again in Moscow after the holiday. with MARINA RYAN
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3)
A series of twenty-one programmes about English writing and writers. designed primarily to assist adults intending to take the G.C.E. Advanced Level examination in English.
8: Two Metaphysical Poems
The poets writing in the unsettled years at the beginning of the seventeenth century were often, like the great Elizabethans Sidney and Ralegh, highly educated and sophisticated ' young men about town'—a blend of scholar, courtier, and writer that hardly ' exists in our age of specialisation.
Radio tutor, DAVID GRUGEON
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3)
Fifteen lessons in spoken Italian for those who already have some knowledge of the language.
Written and introduced by GIOVANNI CARSANIGA and ANNA VENEZIANI
8: Proprio un vero orso
Ferdinando Janelli , a keeper at the National Park ot Abrtizzo, tells his brother about an encounter with an unsociable bear.
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3) This week's Study on 3 and accompanying publications: page 50
A weekly survey of the world of motoring
The Motor Industry Research Association: a report on the speeches at the Annual Luncheon
Trade Descriptions Act 1968: LAURIE SAPPER explains how this affects the motorist
Vision and the Driver: by DR. C. A. BOUCHER of the Medical Commission on Accident Prevention
Take an Alternative: PATRICK MACNAGHTEN suggests ways of enjoying a dull journey together with topical news and the latest traffic information
Introduced by BILL HARTLEY
Produced by Jim Pestridge
Dr. C. A.
Star items from the week's editions of radio's famous breakfast-time magazine Introduced by LIAM NOLAN
A spontaneous discussion by The RT. HON. ENOCH POWELL , M.P.
AUBERON WAUGH. LORD WICG
Chairman, DAVID JACOBS
Produced by Michael Bowen from a factory Sports and Social Club. Cowley, Oxford
Last Friday's broadcast (Radio 2)
Listeners' views for use in ' Any Answers? ' (Thursday at 8.45 p.m.. Radio 2, should be addressed to the BBC. Bristol BS8 2LR. marked ' Any Answers? '
Rt. Hon. Enoch
The Siege of Kangamar
A play for radio by Arthur Swinson
The North-West Frontier of India in the year 1896: Mrs. Mainstone and her daughter are travelling with an escort to visit 'Major-General Mainstone who is on a mission in the Himalayas.
Produced by JOE BURROUGHS
Capt Ian Malcolm:
Major John Clarkson, R E:
Capt Giles Maddox:
Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Francis Camps , M.D., F.R.C.P., F.C. Path... Professor of Forensic Medicine (University of London) at the London Hospital Medical College, a recent guest of Woman's Hour
No Place in the Welfare State: LALAGE WALDMAN tells the story of Bridie, an elderly recluse
Doing up a House: MARY GILLIATT discusses her experiences with Jean Goodman
When the children had to go: AUDREY RUSSELL talks with contributors to a new book of recollections by wartime evacuees, including MICHAEL ASPEL , and the book's editor B. S. JOHNSON
Frenchwoman's Views: EDMONDE CHARLES-Roux talks to MARTINE LEGGE about women, success, and happiness
PEGGY ASHCROFT reads Sido abridged by B. J. Salmon from My Mother's House and Sido by COLETTE First of eight instalments
Produced by Godfrey Dixey
A male reply to Petticoat Line
TERENCE ALEXANDER CYRIL FLETCHER
HUMPHREY LYTTELTON GODFREY WINN 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 Piccadilly.
201. Piccadilly, W.l
Shortened version: Tues., 12 noon
by Ivor Novello with lyrics by CHRISTOPHER HASSALL
Introduced by JOHN PALMER
BBC CHORUS and BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA Leader. Arthur Leavins Conductor, Marcus DODS
Radio version by Alastair Scott Johnston
Produced by ELIZABETH JOHNSON and ALASTAIR SCOTT JOHNSTON
Ann Howard broadcasts by Permis. sion of Sadler's Wells Opera Co.
The singers Maria Ziegler:
The singers Cacilie Kurt:
The singers Ceruti:
The players Maria Ziegler:
The players Rudi Kleber:
The players Grete:
The players Cacilie Kurt,:
The players Prince Charles Metterling:
Somebody's Going to Die by Edward Bruce with John Justin , Bruce Beeby and Brian Haines
' The human animal needs three things-a sense of identity, stimulation, and security. The state offers a kind of security, but it nurtures boredom. I've sold out for the other two. I have a sense of identity in the power I have. I am stimulated by violence.'
Produced by BETTY DAVIES
Repeated: Monday, 3.15 p.m.
DAVIDA HIGGINS , ALAN GEMMELl ; and JOHN WAIN join BRIAN REDHEAD in a late-evening conversation
Produced by John Musgrave
Evening Prayers conducted by THE REV. JAMES DEY
Sonata in C major (K.330) Adagio in B minor (K.540) Minuet in D major (K.355)
NINA MILKINA (piano)
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