Market trends, news. weather
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, ROBERT CARVEL
A weekly magazine for amateur gardeners
An outside broadcast from
Norwood Hall , Southall, Hiddx JOHN GREENSLADE discusses work in the greenhouse and the growing of tomatoes and fruit with JOHN WARREN and JOHN WRIGHT. GEORGE GILLARD gives a guide to the week's work.
Produced by George Sigsworth
New Every Morning, page 83
Almighty God, thy word is cast
(BBC H.B. 188)
Psalm 33, vv. 1-12
Luke 12. vv. 47-57 (N-.E.B.)
All praise to thee (BBC H.B. 401)
Second Year Russian
Twenty lessons in spoken Russian. planned in conjunction with the University of Essex.
Written and presented by L. M. O'TOOLE
16: The Potemkin Steps
Boris. Valya. and Nina are sight-seeing in Odessa, and decide to visit the Potemkin Steps. with MARINA RYAN. VICTOR GREGORIY TANIA KELIM , SLAWEK WOLKOWINSKI
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3j
A series about English writing and writers, planned in conjunction with a National Extension College correspondence course, primarily to assist adults intending to take the G.C.E. Advanced Level examination in English.
16: T. S. Eliot
DAVID GRUGEON talks about the mood of disillusionment of the 1920s in which Eliot wrote The Hollow Men. and discusses with EMMELINE GARNETT her personal response to another poem. Marina
Script by Emmeline Garnett
Last week's broadcast tStudy on 3)
Two stories by GEORGES SIMENON , dramatised in 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 4: Reporters have descended on the Hotel de I'Amira! and the national press takes an interest in the dramas of Concarneau; the life of the yellow dog is saved, but another poisoning is attempted, this time successfully.
Introduced by KATIA ELLIS and Louis BLONCOURT
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3) This week's Study on 3 and accompanying publications: page 40
A weekly survey of the world of motoring
BILL HARTLEY introduces:
Proposed Regulations for Driving Instructors
Automobile Safety: KENNETH GARRETT of A utomobile Engineer
Car Addicts: JACK JELLEN
The Motoring Scene in the Midlands: JACK HAY of the Birmingham Post
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 SIR JOHN WOLFENDEN
Chairman, DAVID JACOBS
Produced by Michael Bowen from Christchurch. Hampshire
Last Friday's broadcast (Radio 2)
Listeners' views for use In ' Any Answers? ' (Thursday at 8.45 p.m., Radio 2 1 should be addressed to the BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR, marked ' Any Answers? '
Hursham Rew: a trilogy by A. R. Rawlinson
3: Today and Yesterday with Jonathan Burn
In this the final play, Hursham Rew has become the property of the Urban Council. The time is the present-when the past and the future come together at last.
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS
Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Cushions JOHN SIDDELEY
Flying Doctor in Africa DR.ANNE SPOERRY and LYN MACDONALD
The meaning of Yoga
Do you like -our name?
England v. France
Commentary on the second half of this afternoon's International by ROBERT HUDSON and ALUN WILLIAMS , with comments and summaries from PETER YARRANTON : from Twickenham
Score flashes from Murrayfield: Scotland v. Ireland
The first half of the match at Twickenham can be heard on Radio 3 (Sport)
See page 33
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
Recording made available by courtesy of R.I.A.S., Berlin CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA
Conducted by GEORGE SZELL gramophone record
A radio competition for bands
Round 2: Programme 1
Cory Workmen's Band
Conductor, JOHN HARRtSON v.
The City of Coventry Band Conductor, ALBERT CHAPPELL
Adjudicators, HARRY MORTIMER CAPTAIN TREVOR L. SHARPE FRANK WRIGHT
Introduced by JOHN DUNN
Produced by William Relton
Captain Trevor L.
with DOUGLAS CAMERON
Produced by Godfrey Dixey
A male reply to Petticoat Line
NICK CLARKE , John EBDON HUMPHREY LYTTELTON JOHN TAYLOR 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 Playhouse.
NorthumberlandAve... London, W.C.2
Shortened version: Tues., 12 noon
St. David's Festival of Music
WYN MORRIS conducts the BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA Leader, John Bacon in a programme of music for all the family with RYLAND DAVIES (tenor)
ELAINE SKORODIN (violin)
Introduced by IWAN THOMAS
Produced by Moelfryn Harries and John Meloy
Before an invited audience in the ConcertHall,BroadcastingHouse, Llandaff
The programme includes music from Tosca (Puccini) and Carmen (Bizet): and the Violin Concerto No. 1. in D major, by Paganini. arranged Wilhelmj.
Ann Todd in The Lady of the Camellias by Alexandre Dumas
Translation and stage version by JAMES KIRKUP
Radio adaptation by CYNTHIA PUGHE with Martin Jarvis and Robert Harris
Pianist. PAUL HAMBURGER
Produced by ARCHIE CAMPBELL
Repeated: Monday, 3.15 p.m.
See page 38
Marquise de Montpelier:
Comte de Varville:
Baron de Brest:
MAURICE TEMPLE SMITH join BRIAN REDHEAD in a late-evening conversation
Produced by John Musgrave
Evening Prayers conducted by THE REV. JAMES DEY
F major. Op. 15 No. 1
C sharp minor. Op. 27 No.
Waltzes (Op. 34)
A flat major: A minor
Nocturnes. Op. 62
B major: E major played by MALCOLM BINNS (piano)
Third of four weekly recitals of piano music by Chopin.