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 HONOR BALFOUR
Parliamentarians scrutinise the week's work at Westminster and discuss what is making an impact on the world of politics
Chairman, TERENCE LANCASTER
A weekly magazine for amateur gardeners introduced by JOHN STREET
F. R. MCQUOWN and JOHN WARREN discuss propagation of shrubs and herbaceous plants; GEORGE GILLARD with advice on the week's work
Produced by George Sigsworth
New Every Morning, page 41
0 for a thousand tongues to sing
(BBC H.B. 278)
Psalm 119: part 4
Ephesians 1, vv. 3-14 (N.E.B.)
Jesus. Lord, we look to thee (BBC
Un paso mas
Twenty lessons in spoken Spanish for those with a basic knowledge of the language.
6: ; Cualquier excusa vale !
Diez and Gonzdlez go to the hotel bar to discuss the first meeting of the conference over a glass of sherry.
Presented by JACINTA CASTILLEJO and PABLO Soto
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3)
Fourteen programmes about Italy. Spain, France, and Germany for listeners planning a holiday in one of these countries this summer, and who have some knowledge of the language. Programmes 5-7 are devoted to Spain.
5: Getting around in Spain
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3)
Two stories by GEORGES SIMENON .dramatised in twenty episodes by Paul Couster , combined with language practice for those who already know some French.
PIERRE VALMER as Maigret PAULETTE PRENEY as Felicie
Felicie est la
Part 4: Janvier continues his surveillance of Pétillon; a sudden storm helps Maigret in his relations with Félicie.
Introduced by KATIA ELLIS and Louis BLONCOURT
Last week's broadcast (Study on 3) This week's Study on 3 and accompanying publications: page 44
A weekly survey of the world of motoring
BILL HARTLEY introduces:
A regional review of motoring in Wales: by BRIAN Hoey from Cardiff
LAURIE SAPPER with some advice on the Law in the countryside
JACK DAVEY on car lights for Continental motoring
BETTY COHEN who tested her driving skill together with topical news and at 12.23* the latest traffic report
Produced by Jim Pestridge
Star items from the week's editions of radio's famous breakfast-time magazine
Introduced by MONTY MODLYN
A spontaneous discussion by SIR EDWIN LEATHER Sir MILES THOMAS
THE BISHOP OF SOUTHWARK DEE WELLS
Chairman, DAVID JACOBS
Produced by Michael Bowen from the British Association of Industrial Editors annual convention. Bristol
Last Friday's broadcast (Radio 2)
Decline and Fall of the Empire by Andrew Sachs
' It's all different now, of course, but when we were kids, the Empire really meant something to us. It was a big and important influence in our lives-especially as it was only sixpence for the front stalls.' with Peter Pratt and Andrew Sachs
Produced by COLIN TUCKER
Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Guest: Edna O'Brien
Research into dyslexia, a form of backwardness in reading
Memories of a convent school
FANNY CRADOCK, ANNE SHARPLEY JOHNNY MORRIS and EMANUEL SHINWELL M.P. ,
TENNIEL EVANS reads A Few Selected Exits by GWYN THOMAS
Third of five instalments
with DOUGLAS CAMERON
Produced by Bob Burrows
A radio happening with JIMMY EDWARDS , TED RAY TOMMY TRINDER
In the chair, McDONALD HOBLEY
Special guest, PATRICIA HAYES from an idea by Jimmy Edwards
Produced by Edward Taylor
Broadcast on Feb. 20. 1968 (Radio 2)
A programme of his music including Dances from Henry VIII. Welsh Rhapsody, Valse gracieuse, and excerpts from Merrie England and Tom Jones , together with one of the Spring Songs, with DELLA JONES (soprano) STUART BURROWS (tenor) BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA Leader. John Bacon
Guest conductor, RAE JENKINS
Introduced by MORFUDD MASON LEWIS
Written and produced by J. ALWYN JONES
See page 43
The Gantry Episode
A play by Betty Davies adapted from the novel by June Drummond with Frank Duncan
' Why Gantry? It's a buttoned-up mean little place—a nasty little town that never takes its hand out of its pocket. The last place-the last place in England! '
Pianist. PAUL HAMBURGER
Produced by BETTY DAVIES
Repeated: Monday, 3.15 p.m.
P C Birkenshaw:
LORD DELACOURT-SMITH and H. M. FINNISTON join BRIAN REDHEAD in a late-evening conversation
Produced by John Musgrave
Evening Prayers conducted by THE REV. C. V. SPROXTON
Rev. C. V.
CELIA ARIELI (piano)
Sixth of a series of recitals each including a Beethoven sonata