Market trends, news, weather
Tuesday's "Ten to Eight".
Radio's breakfast-time magazine Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Wishes for a Godchild expressed by a Country Doctor
Two illustrated talks by NICHOLAS TUCKER
2: True Aim or Off Target?
The nineteenth century tended to tone down the sexual content of nursery rhymes; the twentieth century has been more concerned with their violence. Nicholas Tucker describes the most recent campaign in Britain. The True Aim Movement for Nursery Rhyme Reform, which was largely the creation of one man, Geoffrey Hall.
Readers, JAN EDWARDS and PETER BALDWIN
by JAMES DOODING
Professor Thingummy, the inventor, and Bob, his assistant, with their Travelling Machines; music from Walton's Facade selected and arranged by Vera Gray
New Every Morning, page 50
0 worship the King (BBC H.B.
Luke 10, v. 38, to 11, v. 4 (N.E.B.) My God, my King, thy various praise (BBC H.B. 13)
by Paul-Louis Courier , adapted for radio by Emile Harven
Intermediate French series
A variety of music from pavilion to parade-ground Introduced by PAUL MARTIN
Produced by Madeau Stewart
Broadcast in the BBC World Service
Unit 2: Man the Measurer
2: Have you high standards?
Written by Jeremy Nicklin
A new character appears in the saga of Three O'Clock Grandad -and a mighty man is he.
Songs: Three O'clock Grandad
Written and produced by William Murphy
5: Hungary, 1956
A survey of the events which took place in Hungary in late 1956 when the Hungarian people tried to achieve greater freedom from Soviet control.
Script by Stuart Evans
TERENCE LEIGH describes an Alpine sleigh-ride which in some ways did not come up to expectations
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
Spennymoor, Co. Durham
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Tuesday evening's broadcast
for children under five Story: ' Tippy the Tipper
Wagon: Tippy's Busy Day ' by Jean English
A disease that can cut down food supplies.
Script by Alan C. Jenkins
Exploration Earth series
Scenes from Henry IV Part 2 and Henry V, adapted for radio by John Kerry
Produced by Dickon Reed
Books, Plays, Poems series
by ERIC SIMMS
Certain plants and animals live together in pine woods.
The Road from Ruin by Frederick Benedict Germany at the end of the war: an English soldier and a German girl flee in front of the advancing Russians, attempting to find a refuge in western Germany. They face violence, ruin, and the chaos of war. but there are also obstacles within themselves.
Produced by H. B. FORTUIN
S S man:
Dances and songs from the U.S.S.R.
from the chapel of New College, Oxford
Introit: These Hours (Adrian Cru/t) Responses (Kenneth Leighton )
Psalms 65. 66, 67 (Turle and Elvev,
Ashfield, Christopher Gibbons )
Lessons: Numbers 14, vv. 11-24;
Romans 8, vv. 26-39
Canticles (Paul Drayton : Colleoium
Anthem: Faire is the heaven
Hymn: Lead kindly light (E.H.
Organist and Choirmaster, DAVID LUMSDEN
Organ Scholar, Murray Somerville Assistant organist, John Schaeffer
A family magazine introduced by Tim GUDGIN
No tunes left: STEVE RACE dispels a popular myth
Disabled for a day:
PEGGY ARCHER visits St. Loyes School of Occupational Therapy and talks to students
A nice cup of canal water:
SAM LOMAS talks to St. John Howell about his life on the canals
A bay called Godwit: another newsletter from JAMES McNEISH in New Zealand
Customers and connoisseurs?:
A. V. CHADWICK'S day in a wine shop
Award for heroes: H. RIVERS-
MOORE recalls an unusual presentation
Brensham Village by John Moore
Adapted as a serial reading in seven parts and produced by Paul Humphreys
Read by KEITH BANKS
7: The Close of Play
Tonight's evening paper of the air
Reports from the region's news studios and Scotland Yard— Sportsdesk-Stop Press
Introduced by MERYL O'KEEFFE
Hylda Baker character comedienne discusses with Roy PLOMLEY in a recorded programme devised by him the gramophone records she would take to a desert island.
Produced by Ronald Cook
A case of medical detection
Written by ARTHUR SWINSON
' As the doctors were only too aware. until the causal agent had been identified, dealing with the outbreak as a whole presented appalling problems.'
The facts in this reconstructed account are authentic; only identities have been disguised to comply with medical etiquette.
Other parts: Geoffrey Brightman Frank Hatherley , Brian Miller Marah Stohl. Peter Wheeler Christopher Wilkinson Rosalie Williams
Produced by JOHN Coops
Symphony Orchestra Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by Akeo Watanabe
Djcbel Toubkal is the highest mountain in North Africa. KATHLEEN MEEHAN tells of the adventures that befell her and her companions on the way to its summit.
Background to the News People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
TONY BROWN introduces letters from today's postbag
Middlemarch by GEORGE ELIOT
Part 1: Dorothea
Read by GABRIEL WOOLF
Thirteenth of twenty instalments
Chorus Master, JOHN HYWEL