The Story of a Life
ANDREW CRUICKSHANK reads from
William Barclay 's new translation of the Gospels
Mark 14. vv. 1-2; Matthew 26. vv.
6-16: Luke 21, vy. 5-6. 10-13: Matthew 26. vv. 17-19; John 17. vv. 20, 21. 23
A new series about the nature of man and his culture
7: Faith of the Hunterby Margery Morris
Narrator, BARRY FOSTER
Produced by David Lyttle
The nickname ' Smoky Stoke' is rapidly disappearing; so too are the old bottle ovens in which the pottery ware was once fired. byBARNEY BAMFORD
A medical magazine introduced by JOAN YORKE and including
Specialist in the Studio: a Pharmacologist answers listeners' questions about the use of drugs and medicines
Putting your best foot forward: DONALD NORFOLK gives some advice on the art of walking
Produced by Thena Heshel
Ten programmes on child development, linked with an in-service study course prepared for residential staff by the Central Training Council for Child Care.
8: Individual Abilities and Self-Esteem
A vital role in the development of a healthy personality is played by self-esteem. If a child feels that he can do something well, and that this ability is recognised by other people, he will gain confidence and a greater capacity for further learning.
TERENCE MOORE, educational psychologist, discusses some of the difficulties of meeting this need of the child in the residential setting.
Introduced by DR. PENELOPE LEACH
Produced by Dennis Simmons
Broadcast on November 24, 1967
Accompanying publication: p. 44
Double Take by William Ingram
1 I know you ... and I know who you are.... I also know that in exactly one week from now we're going to be together ... You're going to be sitting on a soap-box facing me. Just sitting there. In an unfurnished room, in an unspecified house, in an unspecified street ... I know.'
Wednesday's broadcast (Radio 2)
The City of London
TIM GUDGIN. ELIZABETH BERESFORD and GORDON SNELL stop off at St. Paul's, the Barbican, the Mansion House, the Bank. and London Bridge to meet the Lord Mayor SIR CHARLES TRINDER and some of the people who live and work in the City
Produced by Rosemary Hart and Dennis Lower
The Tremendous Adventures of Major Gahagan
Thackeray's comic novel adapted for broadcasting and produced by TERENCE TILLER
A series of seven readings by VICTOR LUCAS
6: The Attack followed by Thackeray's poem
The King of Brentford's Testament read by FREDERICK TREVES
by Henry Cecil
Andrew Cruickshank as Judge Cecil , in thirteen cases from his London County Court-Fact or Fiction?
8: The Wanted Man with guest stars: Michael Goodliffe as Mr. Partridge, a generous man with a twinkle in his eye Francis de Wolff as a bearded Commander who suspects him of being the wanted man
Clerk of the Court.LEONARD FENTON BBC announcer....Jimmy KINGSBURY
Produced by H. B. FORTUIN
bringing you each week voices of people concerned with the topics and troubles of today Germany: the troubled future
Germany goes to the polls to elect a new President. What problems face the successful candidate, and what new menace may threaten Germany from the East?
Introduced by KEITH KYLE
Produced by Michell Raper
Introduced by CHARLES DOUGLAS-HOME
NIGEL NICOLSON on The Edwardian Turn of Mind by Samuel Hynes
STEPHANIE NETTELL on Island Treasure by Roland Morris
DILYS POWELL on two novels by Raymond Radiguet , Count d'Orqel and The Devil in the Flesh
Produced by Patricia Brent
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
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For either the weekday or Sunday editions, send your lellerv to: Listening Post BBC, London. WIA 1AA. For very late letters you can ring (01) -580 44tB, extension and dictate your message.
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