Market trends. news. weather
Friday's Ten to Eight '
A weekly review of the agricultural scene
Produced by Anthony Parkin
Repeated: Wednesday. 12.25 p.m. (Radio 4: 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: Tuesday, 9.5 a.m.
What the weeklies think, illustrated from their editorials, is reviewed by MICHAEL UNDERHILL
Parliamentarians scrutinise the week's work at Westminster and discuss what is making an impact on the world of politics
Chairman. TERENCE LANCASTER
A weekly magazine for amateur gardeners
Introduced by JOHN STREET
This week's programme features winter colour in the garden; GEORGE GILLARD gives a guide to the week's work
Produced by George Sigsworth
New Every Morning, page 61
Soldiers of Christ, arise (BBC H.B.
Luke 11, vv. 27-36 (N.E.B.)
The Lord is KinK! (BBC H.B. 26)
Second Year Russian
Twenty lessons in spoken Russian, planned in conjunction with the University of Essex.
Written and presented by L. M O'TooLE
15: The Odessa Hotel
With MARINA RYAN
VICTOR GREGORIY , TANIA KELIM
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3)
A series about English writing and writers, planned in conjunction with a National Extension College correspondence course.
15: Nymphs and Shepherds
David GRUGEONtalks about two poets of the eighteenth century. George Crabbe and Oliver Gold -smith, ana contrasts their treatment of the village theme.
Script by Gilbert Phelps
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3)
Two stories by GEORGES SIMENON. dramatised io twenty episodes by Paul Couster. are combined with language practice for those who already know some French.
PIERRE VALMER as Maigret Le chien jaune
Part 3: The disappearance of Jean Servieres makes the headlines; Maigret interviews Madame Servieres and gathers information about suspects; the yellow dog is the latest victim.
Introduced by KATIA ELLIS and Louis BLONCOURT
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3) Thisweek's Study on 3 and accem-Mnying publications: page 40
A weekly survey of the world of motoring
BILL HARTLEY starts a discussion on Garages between those who own and run them. their customers, and motoring journalists together with topical news and the latest traffic information
Produced by Jim Pestridge
Star items from the week's editions of radio's famous breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by Robert Williams
A spontaneous discussion by BARONESS STOCKS DR. MICHAEL WINSTANLEY , M.P. SIR FRANK KEARTON
DR. PATRICK NUTTGENS
Chairman. DAVID JACOBS
Produced by Michael Bowen from Manchester with an audience from The Royal Institute of Chemistry
Last Friday's broadcast (Radio 2)
Listeners' views tor use in ' Any Answers? ' (Thursday at 8.45 p.m.. Radio 2) should be addressed to the BBC, Bristol BSH 2LR. marked ' Any Answers? '
M.P. Sir Frank
Hursham Rew: a trilogy by A. R. Rawlinson
2: Tomorrow and Tomorrow with Jonathan Burn
Hursham Rew. the Victorian family house belonging to the Penshott family, has over the years achieved the reputation of being haunted-not by the past but by the future. This play is set in October 1938.
Pianist. RACHEL GUTSELL
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS
Introduced by Marjorie ANDERSON
Guest: Thora Hird
Parents and Teachers
Violin-playing for toddlers
Is blood thicker than water?
The views of women who work outside the home
PEGGY ASHCROFT reads Side abridged by B. J. Salmon from My Mother's House and Sido by COLETTE
A radio competition for bands
Round 1: Programme 8
Crossley Carpets Band
Conductor. JOHN HARRISON v.
Kinneil Colliery Silver Band
Conductor, JOHN KIRKWOOD
Adjudicators: HARRY MORTIMER CAPTAIN TREVOR L. SHARPE FRANK WRIGHT
Introduced by John DUNN
Produced by William Relton
Captain Trevor L.
Produced by Godfrey Dixey
A male reply to Petticoat Line
THE DEAN OF ST. PAUL'S RONNIE FLETCHER
HUMPHREY LYTTELTON take the masculine point of view in answer to the Petticoat Line broadcast last week
In the chair, JOHN TAYLOR
Produced by John Cassels
Pre-recorded at The Playhouse.
Shortened version: Tues., 12 noon
from the Town Hall, Leeds
This is the second of the BBC Concert Orchestra's two concerts during its mini-tour of the North. with RAE WOODLAND (soprano)
WILLIAM McALPINE (tenor)
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA Leader. Arthur Leavins
Conductor. MARCUS Dods
Introduced by SANDRA CHALMERS
Produced by Gareth Walters including music from:
Die Fledermaus (Johann Strauss ) tier Freischuu (Weber) L'Arlesienne (Bizet)
An American in Paris (Gershwin)
Only Fair to Warn You by John Hyatt with Simon Lack
A schoolmaster, David Mylner , accepts the post of a maths master who has been murdered-a very calculated risk!
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by NORMAN WRIGHT
Repeated: Monday, 3 15 p.m.
The Rev Jon Kerr:
DAVIDA HIGGIN BILL GRUNDY
RICHARD YOUNG join BRIAN REDHEAD in a late-evening conversation
Produced by John Musgrave
Evening Prayers conducted by FP. JOHN STAPLETON with the Barlow Singers directed by Michael Callaghan
Nocturnes. Op. 55
No. 1. in F minor
No. 2. in E flat major
A flat major. Op. 42
D flat major. Op. 70 No. 3 F major. Op. 34 No. 3 E minor. Op. posth-
F sharp major. Op. 15 No 2 D flat major. Op 27 No 2
VALERIE TRYON (piano)
† Second of four weekly recitals Of piano music by Chopin