Market trends, news, weather
Thursday's "Ten to Eight".
Radio's breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Led by THE REV. J. R. B. MCDONALD
Rev. J. R. B.
Hymn: Onward Christian soldiers
(Tune, St. Gertrude-S.P. 397)
Interlude: Olaf Trygvason-pirate king and missionary
The prayer for today
Dame Maggie Teyte talking about her life
Produced by Madeau Stewart
Written by Raymond Escoffey tA programme for primary school pupils in their third year of French
by JAMES DODDING
The story of Nor'wester, with music from La fille mal gardee by Herold— Lanchbery. 1: The farmer sets out to seek Nor'wester. f Wednesday's broadcast
Women's World Day of Prayer
New Every Morning, page 22
Behold us, Lord (BBC H.B. 349) Psalm 9
Luke 16, vv. 19-31 (N.E.B.)
0 dearest Lord (BBC H.B. 358)
Talk by ROBERT MENGIN
+ French for Sixth Forms series
played by PAUL BONNEAU AND HIS ORCHESTRA
The Man in the Mirror
Introduced by JOHN STOCKBRIDGE
Christian Focus series
An excerpt from Border Country by RAYMOND WILLIAMS
A boy loses the money given him to do a neighbour's shopping.
Listening and Writing series
Trade Unions Today
2: What do Unions do? by W. E. J. MCCARTHY
W. E. J.
GALE PEDRICK makes a personal selection of items from the many broadcasts on BBC radio and television during the past seven days
Introduced by JOHN ELLISON Extcndcd'vcrsion: Sun., 11.15 a.m.
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Thursday evening's broadcast
for children under five
Story: ' David and the Window
Cleaner ' by Vera Colwell
Mr. Bentwhistle. stationmaster at Brownberry Halt, was determined to protect the blackbirds' nest, in spite of Stanley the cat. Tommy the train-spotter, and Mr Prodworthy the District Inspector. by ELLIS BENTLEY
Let's Join In series
A Norse legend retold by ALAN GARNER
Stories and Rhymes series
Ten programmes on voluntary work in the community
8: Matching the volunteer and the job
' I think it's the fact that you are doing something for nothing that brings out the best in you. I think once you get paid for it, even a small amount, there is something different about it.' What is it about voluntary work that attracts people: what do they hope to get out of it?
DAVID HOBMAN talks to volunteers about their reasons for taking up voluntary work. and how this relates to their interests and temperament.
Produced by Dennis Simmons
Accompanying publication: p. 44
A radio correspondence column in which listeners add their comments to views expressed in last Friday's Any Questions? from Wolverhampton
Thursday's broadcast (Radio 2)
Listeners' views for use in ' Any Answers? ' should be addressed to the BBC. Bristol, BS8 2LR. marked ' Any Answers? '
By the late 1930s the tinkle of silver spoons, porcelain cups, and the strings and harps of the ' Thé Dansant ' had largely given way to the clatter of E.P.N.S., pot saucers, and the saxophones of the Tea Dance.
The strings and rarps drifted out of the afternoon ballroom-some to the concert platform, some to the recording and broadcast ' sessions,' others to the odd ' masonics and weddings.' Most of these musicians, however, remember the heyday of the The Dansant with pleasure and affection.
Joyce Grenfell introduces some of their memories and some of their music
Produced by John Musgrave
A family magazine introduced from Northern Ireland by MlCHAEL BAGULEY
The Battle of the Bulge: MAUREEN SHAW talks about her rather spasmodic effort to slim Pearls from Ulster: Jack McGeagh talks to FRANK KAFKA about an unusual industry
The Sword M'Lord: YVONNE MOLLOY has reason to remember the destruction of Nelson's Pillar in Dublin a few years ago Brass she no keep shine: another of JAMES CRICHTON 'S memories of his childhood in Bermuda
Folk Singers: FRANCIE BROLLY and ANNE COREY
A series of ten programmes arranged for radio by JULIA SMALL
Narrator, NEIL FREEMAN
5: Daughter of the ChurchLucrezia Borgia with Roy Barraclough and Geoffrey Wheeler
Produced by Trevor Hill
Tonight's evening paper of the air
Reports from the region's news studios and Scotland Yard-Sportsdesk-Weekend with To.m BOSTOCK-StOp Press
Introduced by MERYL O'KEEFFE
Repeated: Monday, 1.30 p.m.
Lady Isabel Lander:
A panel game controlled(!) by NICHOLAS PARSONS in which
KENNETH WILLIAMS , DEREK NIMMO CLEMENT FREUD , ANDRÉE MELLY try to talk for just a minute on this and that
Derek Nimmo is in ' Charlie Girl at the Adelphi Theatre. London
Conducted by Georg Solti from the Royal Festival Hall London
+ MICHARL UNDERHILL looks back to twenty-live days in 1890 when the Bishop of Lincoln was tried for heresy by the Archbishop of Canterbury's personal court; and he recalls the les-al, ceremonial, and social background to the trial.
Background to the News
People in the News followed by NEWS-STAND
How the dailies have handled the week's news, and trends in and out of Fleet Street: analysed by EDGAR LUSTGARTEN
A journalist from abroad takes a look at Great Britain this week
No Leading Lady by R. C. SHERRIFF abridged by Peter Bartlett Read by NOEL HOWLETT
Produced by John Cardy
Last of ten instalments
Septet in B flat major MELOS Ensemble
Gervase de Peyer (clarinet)
William Waterhouse (bassoon) Neill Sanders (horn)
Emanuel Hurwitz (violin) Cecil Aronowitz (viola) Terence Weil (celloi
Adrian Beers (double-bass)