Market trends, news, weather
Thursday's ' Ten to Eight
Radio's breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Meditation led by THE VEN. HETLEY PRICE
Archdeacon of Manchester
Alleluia, sing to Jesus (Tune,
Interlude: The Hopwood Family
4: No one pushes me
The prayer of thanksgiving
The Ladder and the Tree
Childhood memories by William Golding
Edited version of the broadcast on March 13. 1960 (Third;
Written by Raymond Escoffey
A programme for primary school pupils in their third year of French
by JAMES DODDING
New Every Morning, page 80 All as God wills (BBC H.B. 1) Psalm 11
Luke 12, vv. 32-46 (N.E.B.)
Now Israel may say (BBC H.B. 464)
Compiled and introduced by RAYMOND ESCOFFEY
French for Sixth Forms series
played by the ROBERT NETTEKOVEN ORCHESTRA
Why don'they do something about it?: written by Jack King
Christian Focus series
A story by David Williams ; and the poems ' The Diviner,' ' Personal Helicon,' and ' Frogman ' by Seamus Heaney
Listening and Writing series
Trude Unions Today
1: Are Unions still necessary? by W. E. J. MCCARTHY
W. E. J.
GALE PEDRICK selects items from BBC radio and television
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
1 Story: ' Simon's Sixpences ' by Mrs E. M. Waterhouse
A folk tale retold and dramatised by Barbara Sleigh
Let's Join In series
by EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH
Art and Design series: radiovision
by Meindert DeJong adapted by John Richmond
Jim's vegetable garden becomes his absorbing interest
Stories and Rhymes series
Ten programmes on voluntary work in the community
6: Problems of Adjustment
The volunteer working for a welfare organisation or similar institution is likely to find himself working for, or alongside, professionally trained social workers. In the past, volunteers and professionals have tended to be suspicious of each other, and this has created a certain amount of tension in their working relations. What can be done to promote a greater degree of mutual understanding and appreciation between voluntary workers and their professional counterparts?
Introduced by David HOBMAN
Produced by Dennis Simmons
Accompanying publication: p. 40
A radio correspondence column in which listeners add their comments to views expressed in last Friday's Any Questions?
Thursday's broadcast (Radio 2)
General Sir Brian Horrocks recalls Siberia in 1919 Extended version of Sunday's broadcast
A family magazine introduced from Scotland by Howard Lockhart
Station Alpha: Ocean weather-ships keep watch through the worst the Atlantic in winter can offer. Some of their men talk to Norman Thomson.
Soop! Soop! Soop!: Ron Neil crosses the ice to look at the 'roaring game' of curling, now more popular than ever.
Five-star degrees: Dorothy Young visits one of the two university departments in Britain where students graduate in hotel management.
Barrowland: Jack House goes bargain-hunting in Scotland's liveliest market.
A series of ten programmes arranged for radio by JULIA SMALL
Narrator, NEIL FREEMAN
3: The White Rose
Mrs. Maria Fitzherbert with Patricia Hastings , Madeleine Vacher Colin Edwynn , John Linstrum
Produced by Trevor Hill
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.
Lady Isabel Lander:
A panel game controlled (!) by Nicholas Parsons in which Kenneth Williams, Derek Nimmo, Clement Freud, Geraldine Jones try to talk for just a minute on this and that.
(Derek Nimmo is in "Charlie Girl" at the Adelphi Theatre, London)
Leader, Brendan O'Brien with Paul Tortclier (cello)
Conducted by Zdenek Macal
From the Great Hall, University of Exeter Part 1
Towards the end of Delius's life Margaret Vessey went to live with the composer and his wife in their country home at Grez-sur-Loing. In an interview with Dilys Breese she remembers her uncle as he was then, and the daily life of the Delius household.
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 PAUL VAUGHAN A Science Unit production
Background to the News People in the News followed bv
How the dailies have handled the week's news, and trends in and out of Fleet Street: analysed by DONALD McLACHLAN
A journalist from abroad takes a look at Great Britain this week
Middlemarch by GEORGE ELIOT abridged and read by GABRIEL WOOLF
Produced by John Cardy Part 1:
Dorothea Last of twenty instalments
Part 2 of ' Middlemarch,' read by Gabriel Woo !/, begins on March 10
Spohr Octet in E major
BERLIN Philharmonic OCTET Herbert Stahr (clarinet) Gerd Seifert (horn)
Gunther Kopp (horn)
Alfred Malacek (violin) Kiuno Tsuchiya (viola)
Rudolf Hartmann (viola) Heinrich Majowski (cello)
Rainer Zepperitz (double-bassti gramophone record