Market trends, news, weather
Radio's breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
Listening with Reverence
† JUDI DENCH
Reflecting listeners' queries and comments about wildlife and the countryside
A series in which you meet interesting and unusual people from all walks of life
The Lighthouse Keeper
Archie Sinclair , born in a lighthouse, tells ARCHIE P. LEE how he has tended them for forty years
†by JAMES DODDING
The Legend of Maui: music selected and arranged by Vera Gray
Repeated: Friday, 9.55 a.m.
New Every Morning, page 19
Not for our sins alone (BBC H.B.
Jeremiah 17, vv. 5-14
Come, thou long-expected Jesus
(BBC H.B. 30)
A radio guide to mobile holidays introduced by LEONARD MAGUIRE
2: Beyond the Canvas Fringe
Some ' what to do when you get there ' thoughts for intending campers and caravanners
Produced by Allan G. Rogers
Unit 1: Prime Movers
2: Watt and the steam engine
The oarsmen row out in their currachs.
Songs: The oarsmen's song; The basketmaker
Written and produced by William Murphy
2: The Arab-Israeli War of 1967 by MARTIN SHORT
MARJORIE TODD recalls what it was like to be a patient in a Poor Law Hospital in London in 1927
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Tuesday evening's broadcast
for children under five
Story: ' The Surprise,' by Mrs.
M. N. Beck
2: Tokyo 2200 hours
Twenty-four hours of summer term in Tokyo, beginning when Exploration Earth is broadcast in Britain
Script by James Hawthorne
Exploration Earth series
by Dylan Thomas. Part 2 with Marion Grimaldi , Aubrey Richards Gwenyth Petty , Denys Graham Nerys Hughes , Talfryn Thomas Denise Buckley , Richard Davies Jan Edwards. Haydn Jones and Anthony Hall
Narrated by RICHARD BEBB
Produced by Stuart Evans
Books. Plays, Poems series
by Christine Dudley
Swimming is first keeping your head above water and then moving. Can all animals swim?
The Party Piece by Donald Churchill with Mary Wimbush and David Valla
Not only is it the night of the chairman of the company's party, it is also Joanna's birthday-and she has almost reached what could be considered ' a certain age.' When she learns that her husband has driven off with a girl from the office, she feels free to behave in a rather unconventional way.
Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN followed by an interlude
from the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge
Introit: Fecisti nos (Radcliffe) Responses (Clucas)
Psalm 37 (J. Goss in E; E. F. Day in A)
Lessons: Ezekiel 3, vv. 12-21
Colossians 1, vv. 15-23
Canticles (Howells, Gloucester
Anthem: Faire is the Heaven
Director of Music, DAVID WILLCOCKS
Organ Student, John Wells
A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:
Man with a mouth organ: LARRY ADLER talks to Hilary Osborn about his musical career
Secretary to the Chief: EILEEN WADE tells Margot Davies about her days with Lord and Lady Baden-Powell
By Greyhound across America: DONALD MACKAY describes a coach trip last fall and some of his fellow-trippers
The Surprise Party: EVELYN DARKER recalls a passing phase, of her Dublin childhood
by Charles Chaplin abridged into ten episodes by Peter Bartlett
Read by Charles LENO
Produced by John Cardy 4: The Tramp is Born
I get a job with Mack Sennett 's Keystone Film Company and discover my true vocation.
Broadcast as a morning serial In
Tonight's evening paper of the air
Reports from the region's news studios and Scotland Yard-Sportsdesk-Stop Press
Introduced by Tim GUDGIN
Repeated. Thursday, 1.30 p.m.
Alvar Lidell with Roy PLOMLEY
Resolution, Britain's first nuclear submarine armed with the Polaris missile, now worked up and fully operational, has already completed her first patrol.
Recently DAVID WOODWARD went to sea in her for several days, and recorded her Captain and some of her officers and members of the crew talking about their life and work during the two months they spent under the sea. The programme also deals with what is virtually a small town built at Faslane on the Clyde to provide a base for the new vessels.
Introduced by the First Sea Lord,
Admiral Sir Michael Le Fanu G.C.B., D.S.C. who explains how the part played by Resolution and her three sister submarines fits into the tasks of the Navy as a whole
Narrator, LOCKWOOD WEST
Written and produced by DAVID WOODWARD
by Sviatoslav Richter
PART 1: Beethoven
Sonata in D major, Op. 10 No.
8.40* Sonata in D minor, Op.
31 No. 2
Tomorrow a memorial to Lord Byron will be dedicated in Westminster Abbey. The event, which would have scandalised many of his contemporaries, probably marks an epoch in the English attitude to Byron
† TERENCE SPENCER , Professor of English Language and Literature in the University of Birmingham, reconsiders the poet's achievements and present-day reputation.
by Sviatoslav Richter
PART 2: Schubert
No. 3, in G major
No. 4, in A flat major
9.36* Fantasia in C major
Recording made available by courtesy of Hungarian Radio
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
†LESLIE SMITH introduces letters from today's postbag
Lorna Doone by R. D. BLACKMORE
Read by PAUL ROGERS
Third of twenty-five instalments
Sonata in B minor played by MAURICE BRETT (violin)
HAVELOCK NELSON (piano)