from Runaway World by Michael Green
Reader, Michael GREEN
Make Yourself at Home for listeners from
India and Pakistan
Correspondence in English, or your own language, should be sent to: Make Yourself at Home. BBC. Broadcasting House, Birmingham 15
Hymns and sacred music introduced by SANDY MACPHERSON
Singers, MICHAEL RIPPON HAZEL HUNT
CHARLES SMART (organ)
from Finaghy Presbyterian Church, Belfast
Conducted by THE REV. LIAM BARBOUR
Metrical Psalm 100: AU people that on earth do dwell
Hymns (R.C.H.): Love divine
(479); Jesus shall reign (388); Dear Lord and Father of mankind (245)
Scripture readings: Jonah 4, vv.
4-11; St. Luke 4, vv. 16-30
Gale Pedrick 's personal selection of items from BBC radio and television which have been featured in 1968 in Pick of the Week
Introduced by JOHN ELLISON
Edited version of last Friday's broadcast
Radio's correspondence programme, which reflects listeners' own views on current topics, presents a special Sunday selection of letters with all the family in mind
Introduced by ANNE ALLEN
A panel game from the Midlands devised by Tony Shryane and Edward J. Mason
DILYS POWELL and FRANK MUIR challenge
ANNE SCOTT-JAMES, DENTS NORDEN
In the chair, JACK LONG LAND
Last Monday's broadcast
The One O'Clock News leads off this sixty-minute round-up of events around the world which this week looks back over 1968 and peers into the prospects for 1969
Presented by William Hardcastle
Editor, ANDREW BOYLE
A World at One production
See page 44
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN invites FRED Loads, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL to answer questions which listeners have sent in by post
Produced by Kenneth J. Ford
Questions should be on postcards and addressed to: Gardeners' Question Time. BBC. Woodhouse Lane , Leeds 2
The Box of Delights or When the Wolves were Running A Fantasy by John Masefield freely dramatised for radio by JOHN KEIR CROSS
0 Greatness, hear, 0 Brightness, hark,
Leave us not little, nor yet Dark
Produced by DAVID DAVIS
Broadcast on December 24. 1966
See page 44
a man Kay Harker:
a boy Kay Harker:
Miss Caroline Louisa:
The Lady of the Ring:
Sylvia Daisy Pouncer:
An all-in holiday in Corfu with BOB DANVERS-WALKER
See page 44
From My Postbag: KENNETH LEWIS , M.P.
What can you reasonably expect from a solicitor?: a viewpoint from EDDIE WILLIAMS
Useful information for people with ideas: Joan Yorke talks to JOHN FIELD, an Assistant Comptroller of the Patent Office
Introduced by ROBIN HOLMES
A weekly magazine series about animals and the countryside with DEREK JONES and CHARLES COLES
Producer, Robina Gyle-Thompson
Repeated: Wednesday, 9.5 a.m.
† FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
Produced by Richard Burwood Repeated: Wednesday, 12.15 p.m.
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Repeated: Monday, 9.5 a.m.
Review of the Year
A discussion on some outstanding examples of books, art, cinema, theatre, and broadcasting in 1968 On Art:
EDWIN MULLINS , BRYAN ROBERTSON
JULIAN MITCHELL. PAT WILLIAMS
RONALD BRYDEN , HAROLD HOBSON
DILYS POWELL , ALEXANDER WALKER
STUART HOOD , GEORGE MELLY DAVID WADE
Introduced by.T. C. WORSLEY
Produced by Helen Rapp
Repeated: Tuesday, 4.0 p.m.
Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by GEORGE HURST
Overture: The Magic Flute.Mozart
7.18* Symphony No. 2, in C major
Royal Literary Fund by JOHN BETJEMAN , C.B.E.
Since its foundation in 1790 the Fund has made 7,000 grants to authors in distress, and it continues to help in ways beyond the scope of State Assistance.
Donations, preferably by crossed P.O. or cheque to:
John Betjeman [address removed]
Lord, behold us!
Most of the English Public Schools were founded on Christian principles.
IAN LINDSAY , ex-public school-boy, investigates the vices and virtues of the system today-with a look at the Old Boy network
Produced by Hubert Hoskiru
by Thomas Hardy adapted for radio in ten parts by DESMOND HAWKINS with Paul Rogers Meg Wynn Owen 6: The Rivals
' She was beautiful, wealthy, cultured-my superior in every way. Perhaps it was because I was dazzled by her that I did not pause to reflect on her impulsive invitation to me ... '
Music by Vaughan Williams
Produced by BRIAN MILLER
Repeated.' Tuesday, 3.0 p.m.
Introduced by ALAN KEITH with gramophone records of the most popular pieces of music chosen by listeners
Sir Darrell Bates who has just retired from the Colonial Service and was until recently Permanent Secretary to the Government of Gibraltar, has chosen the year he spent ' as a kind of Governor' of the Seychelles, 1950, as the time of his life
With the help of ALICE BARRACK and JAMES BONNELAME , two Seychellois resident in England, Sir Darrell demonstrates the Seychellois language and music. He also talks to Lady Knott, herself a Seychelloise, and introduces a recorded memory of the Seychelles made specially for the programme by the writer ALEC WAUGH who was there at the same time as Sir Darrell.
Produced by Tony Gould
Repeated: Friday at 4.0 p.m.
He humbled himself
A reading from Acts of Devotion All poor men and humble (Oxford
Book of Carols 34)
A reading from ' Medieval Mystics of England'
O little one sweet (Oxford Book of Carols 109)
Philippians 2, w. 1-11
played by DAPHNE DOWN (clarinet) DAVID GWILT (piano)