East Anglian edition
Introduced by GORDON MOSLEY
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
7.45 TODAY'S PAPERS
3: Reflections from a biochemist
Johnny Morris selects the stories and adds a few of his own
by ALISTAIR COOKE
German for Beginners
17: Der schwarze Wagen
Written and produced by Stephen Kanocz
A radiovision programme recorded in collaboration with West German Radio
The Indian Mutiny, 1857
Here the fighting at Meerut and Delhi is presented as typical of the terrible events which suddenly shattered a period of comparative peace and unprecedented material progress.
Script by Margaret J. Miller
New Every Morning, page 7
0 Lord of heaven and earth and sea (BBC H.B. 14)
Luke 15, vv. 1-10 (N.E.B.)
Come, labour on! (BBC H.B. 388)
17: L'espoir de Furet
Written by Emile Harven Second-year French
An audiovisual programme
17: Nathalie a disparu
Written by Charlotte Crozet tThird-year French
Introduced by WILLIAM APPLEBY Songs: Black Sir Harry ; Mallow
Fling; John Barleycorn ; Blow the man down
Produced by Douglas Coombes
Man and the Seasons
7: The spirit of Spring
Introduced by DEREK BOWSKILL
A series in which you meet interesting and unusual people from all walks of life
Frank Brierley is now the millionaire boss of a string of cut-price stores in the East Midlands. But he started his working life at the age of thirteen selling from a tiny market stall. Today he talks to TOM COYNE about how his flair for selling earned him his fortune.
One-ninth above Bloomsbury
The British Museum world-famous but still as one writer expressed it ' only one-ninth above Bloomsbury,' is facing crucial changes and has recently renewed itself at the top level of its personnel.
H. ROONEY Pelletier talks to SIR JOHN WOLFENDEN , the new Director, and with the aid of the BBC Sound Archives looks into the Museum's more than 200 years of history and wonders about its future
Produced by Sheila Anderson
Zena Skinner cookery broadcaster 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
Repeated: Wednesday, 7.0 p.m.
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by JACK PIZZEY
Friday evening's broadcast
for children under five
Story: ' The Dragon of Kaa
Ling ' by Daphne Sounes
Odysseus encounters the Sirens and the Cyclops
by GORDON REYNOLDS with Mari GRIFFITH (guitar)
Produced by Albert Chatterley
Three programmes on the presentation of ideas in talk and readings
3: Working with words
for the nine-to-eleven-year-olds by GLYN HARRIS
Battle in movement and sound; Adventure story: rehearsal of story so far.
A series of ten programmes
Introduced by CHRIS CUTHBERTSON
Written by Steve Lutman
8: The Idea of Subjects
How are areas of subjects divided up, say into history, philosophy, politics? The development of specialisation of subjects is paralleled by the development of specialised jobs; for example, the process which began 200 years ago with the Industrial Revolution.
Accompanying publication: p. 44
Investigation by McGregor Urquhart and Cecil Madden
A family magazine introduced by Tim Gudgin and including:
'Mame' at the Lane: Derek Parker looks at the history of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and its current production.
Reward for crime: Gordon Gow talks to authors and critics about the books that have won the Crime Writers' Association Gold and Silver Dagger awards.
She made her own moleskin slippers: Dodo Abbott, ex-Women's Land Army, turns over some back numbers of The Land Girl.
My card, sir: visiting cards are still de la mode in Singapore, says Mike Williams.
The Lambing Torch: Barbara Joseph recalls a wild night in mid-Wales
The bold and boastful Admetus discovers that he cannot even preserve his own life without the help of his wife and friends.
DAVID DAVIS reads the third of four legends retold by ANTHEA DAVIES taken from her book
A White Horse with Wings
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
Produced by the South-East news unit
Repeated: Tuesday, 1.30 p.m.
Being the biography of bachelor Bliss
PERCY EDWARDS , DERYCK GUYLER DAVID GRAHAM
LEONARD BROCKWELL in this week's story: The Modest Hero
Written by Godfrey Harrison
Produced by EDWARD TAYLOR
Pre-recorded at The Paris, Lower
Keyent Street. London. S.W.I.
Repeated: Sunday, 12.25 p.m.
Anne Evans (soprano)
Oriel Sutherland (mezzo-sop) Stuart Kale (tenor)
Brian Rayner Cook (bass)
Choir and Orchestra drawn from the ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC
GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC
TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC
Conducted by Sir John Barbirolli
Given in the Royal Albert Hall, London in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen and H.R.H. Princess Anne
Concert promoted by the Henry Wood Concert Society
In association with the Henry Wood National Memorial Trust The National Anthem (arr. Wood)
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DAVID FRANKLIN-who himself took part in the Proms-chats about Sir Henry Wood , the Proms, and the Royal Albert Hall , and some of the odd things that have happened in concerts there.
In 1866 the Diana was trapped for the winter in the Arctic ice
MICHAEL HYDE has compiled from the journal of the ship's surgeon the story of her feat of endurance
GEOFFREY BANKS as Narrator COLIN EDWYNN as C. E. Smith
Broadcast in ' Talkabout ' (Radio
4: North) on December 8. 1968
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
WALTER TAPLIN introduces letters from today's postbag
No Leading Lady by R. C SHERRIFF
Read by NOEL HOWLETT
Sixth of ten instalments
Franz Anton Hoffmeister
Piano Concerto in D major WILHELM NEUHAUS
COLOGNE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA cond. HELMUT MÜLLER-BRUHL gramophone record