Further excerpts from the works of C. S. Lewis
Read by RONALD ALLISON
Make Yourself at Home
for listeners from
India and Pakistan
BETI JONES (soprano) ST. DElNIOL. SINGERS
BETHESDA LADIES CHOIR
Section OF THE GWYNEDD SINGERS LLITHFAEN and District CHORAL SOCIETY
PENRHYN MALE VOICE CHOIR accompanied by MENNA LEYSHON . WILLIAM BACON and FFRANCON THOMAS
Introduced by Dic HUGHES
Arranged and conducted by JAMES WILLIAMS
from St. George's West
Parish Church, Edinburgh
Conducted by The Minister, THE Rev, W. D. CATTANACH assisted by The REV. MICHAEL Mair
Praise: Holy, holy, holy (R.C.H. 1);
My God. I love thee (R.C.H. 433); All my hope on God is founded (R.C.H. 448): Paraphrase 61 (Tune. Bishopthorpe)
Scripture Lesson: St. Mark 10, vv.
Francis Thomas , mus.doc.
Gale PEDRICK makes a personal selection of items from BBC radio and television
Introduced by JOHN ELI. ISON
Extended version of last Friday's broadcast
Radio's correspondence programme. which reflects listeners' own views on current topics, presents a special Sunday selection of letters with all the family in mind
Introduced by WALTER TAPLIN
For either the Sunday or weekday editions, send your letters to: Listening Post. BBC, London, [Postcode removed].
A musical quiz f Last Monday's broadcast
The One O'Clock News leads off this sixty-minute up-to-the-minute report on the world around us
The latest news. the back.ground to the news. and the people in the news: presented by William Hardcastle
Editor. ANDREW BOYLE
A World at One production
visits Wells, Somerset
Members of the Gardening Section of the E.M.I. Sports and Social Club put their questions to:
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
Produced by Kenneth Ford
The world-famous novel about Shangri-La by James Hilton adapted in three parts by MALCOLM HULKE and PAUL TABORI
Unexpectedly Conway was singled out to meet the High Lama. who told him the secret of Shangri-La. Flooded with amazement and emotion. Conway realised that the Lama was more than 250 years old.
3: An End and a Beginning
Pianist, Wilfrid Parry
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
Broadcast on March 19. 1966
Is it ohif Is it genuinet What is it?
ARTHUR Negus and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners' questions With HUGH SCULLY
Produced by Pamela Howe
Questions to Talking about Antiques, BBC. Bristol, [Postcode removed]
Going for a Song: English Furniture, a book in which Arthur Negus talks to Max Robertson. is available from booksellers. price 30s., or by post (33s.) from BBC Publications. London. [Postcode removed]
A magazine of special interest to blind listeners
A pension for every blind ex-Serviceman over fifty ....4 travelling working-party to show employers the jobs blind men can do ... Research into new aids and equipment ...
These were among suggestions sent in by blind listeners for ways in which St. Dunstan's could extend its help to the civilian blind.
Lord Fraser, Chairman of St. Dunstan's, discusses these suggestions with GEORGE MILLER and explains whether he thinks it possible for St. Dunstan's to do more for blind people in general without prejudicing the help given to the 2,100 surviving St. Dunstaners
Produced by Thena Heshel
Introduced by JACOB DE VRIES
Player's County League
Glamorgan v. Somerset: PETER JONES
Surrey v. Kent: BRIAN JOHNSTON
Warwickshire v. Northants: MAURICE EDELSTON and up-to-date scores in all other matches
Tour of Britain: Milk Race
JOHN BURNS on the ninth stage from Stoke to Nottingham
Reflecting listeners' queries and comments about wildlife and the countryside
Introduced by DEREK JONES
Producer, Dilys Breese
ⓢ FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
Produced by Richard Burwood
Repeated: Wed., 12.15 p.m.
Cricket: further reports and up-to-date scores
French Open Championships BARRY NEWCOMBE from Paris
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Repeated: Monday. 9.5 a.m.
Cricket: further reports and up-to-date scores
Produced by Michael Field Cricket Scoreboard at 7.35 (Radio 2)
PETER WALLFISCH (piano)
BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA Leader. John Bacon
Conductor. JOHN CAREWE
Hotting Hill Housing Trust by YEHUDI MENUHIN
The Trust works to alleviate Notting Hill's chronic problems of overcrowding and homelessness by converting slum property into decent self-contained homes. let at reasonable rents. More than 1.200 people have been rehoused in the past five years.
Donations, preferably by crossed P.O or cheque, to: [address removed]
People. what they believe and what they do—these are the ingredients of this regular weekly programme
by William De Morgan dramatised for radio in thirteen parts by FREDERICK BRADNUM with Norman Shelley
Brian Hewlett , John Hollis and Hilda Fenemore
5: For mercy has a human heart....
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by NORMAN WRIGHT
The Rev Benaiah Capstick:
Introduced by ALAN KEITH with gramophone records of the most popular pieces of music chosen by listeners
Philip Noel-Baker , M.P. athlete and Nobel Peace Prize-winner talks about his friends to HAROLD ABRAHAMS
Illustrated by recordings from the BBC Sound Archives
Produced by Madeau Stewart
Philip Noel-Baker has known all the Ljreat peacemakers of this century. Amon.4 those he talks about tonight are an explorer, a poet, a statesman. a Greek scholar, a Foreign Secretary, and a Russian Prime Minister.
The Most High
Revelation 19, vv. 1, 4-6
Psalm 29 (Broadcast psalter)
Ezekiel 1. vv. 1. 4-6, 12, 15-17,
19-21. 24-28: 2. v. 1
Be near us. Holy Trinity (BBC
played by DEREK SIMPSON (cello) WILFRID PARRY (piano)