East Anglian edition
Introduced by GORDON MOSLEY
Radio's breakfast-time look at life around the country and across the world
Introduced by JACK DE MANIO
A look back at June 30, 1934 tby Sir Hugh Greene
This was Hitler's ' Night of the Long Knives ' when many of his Storm-Troopers â the S.A. â were murdered. Hugh Carleton Greene was then in Berlin as correspondent of the Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Times. He saw something of what happened that day; only later was it possible to understand more fully why it happened.
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by ALISTAIR COOKE
Reports from Britain and overseas
Revised edition of Sunday's broadcast
For the expert, the novice, and people who simply like ' messing about in boats '
Introduced by PETER WHEELER
Produced by Don Mosey
New Every Morning, page 102
Behold the amazing gift of love
(BBC H.B. 484)
Psalm 34. vv. 11-22
Acts 24. vv. 17-26 (R.S.V.)
Through the night of doubt and sorrow (BBC H.B. 186)
Leader, Maurice Brett
Conducted by ADRIAN SUNSHINE with THE HAROLD RICH QUARTET
Introduced by PETER BARKER
1: Don'Cry Little Baby by Hilda Lloyd-Fitt
' The mother made an appeal on television last night. She was terribly upset. I mean, after all it'd be so easy to kill a little thing like that and bury it in a back garden.'
Produced by PETER ENGERBRETSON in the Auckland studio of the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation
A monthly programme reflecting life in the country with a Natural History contribution by ERIC SIMMS
Introduced by C. GORDON GLOVER
Kenneth More: actor discusses with Roy PLOMLEY in a recorded programme devised by him the gramophone records he would take to a desert island
Produced by Ronald Cook
Kenneth More is in ' The Secretary Bird at the Savoy Theatre. London
Repeated: Wednesday, 7.0 p.m.
The News and Voices and Topics in and behind the headlines
Introduced by JACK PIZZEY
Friday evening's broadcast
for children under five
Story: 'The Happy Little
Train ' by Dinah Rowbury
A selection of recorded music played by CONTINENTAL ORCHESTRAS
Produced by David Allan
The Lawn Tennis
Commentary by MAX ROBERTSON and MAURICE EDELSTON from the Centre Court and Number 1 Court, with summaries and comments by FRED PERRY , ALF CHAVE , and BILL THRELFALL
Results and latest news from the other courts given by BASIL CURTIS
From the All Enuland Lawn Tennis Club
Call It a Day
The stage play by Dodie Smith adapted for radio by PEGGY WELLS with Richard Hurndall and Margaret Ward
A day in the life of the Hilton family—early Spring 1935.
Produced by DAVID H. GODFREY
Broadcast on Sept. 14. 1966 (Light)
The Lawn Tennis Championships
Further news and commentary
Tonight's evening paper of the air
Reports from the region's news studios and Scotland Yard-Sportsdesk-Stop Press
Introduced by MERYL O'KEEFFE
Produced by the South-East news unit
Repeated: Tuesday, 1.30 p.m.
ANONA WINN, Joy ADAMSON
NORMAN HACKFORTH. PETER GLAZE with a mystery guest and DAVID FRANKLIN in the chair
Produced by Bobby Jaye
Pre-recorded at The Paris. Lower
Regent Street. London. S.W.I
Repeated: Thursday, 12.25 p.m.
A ' live ' report on Investiture Eve by VINCENT KANE from the BBC studios in Bangor and Caernarvon with the PENDYRUS MALE CHOIR
Chorus-Master, Glynne Jones and the BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA Leader, John Bacon
Conducted by ARWEL HUGHES Produced by Gareth Bowen
Also heard by listeners to the BBC World Service
Preparations have been going ahead for many months-but is the ceremony really a glorious but irrelevant pageant for 400-million television viewers around the world? Or has it a more lasting significance? What do some of the people of Wales think of the Investiture ... and the young man who is its central figure? These are some of the questions posed in this programme, which will include frank interviews with Lord Snowdon, with the Secretary of State for Wales. and with the Mayor of Caernarvon, Alderman I. B. Griffith.
A comedy by George Colman adapted for radio by PEGGY WELLS with Fenella Fielding, Derek Godfrey
Rosalie Crutchley and Aubrey Woods
('ast in order of appearance:
Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN
Miss Harriet Russet:
Sir Harry Beagle:
Background to the News
People in the News followed by LISTENING POST
GILBERT PHELPS introduces this edition of a series designed to reflect listeners' own views on current topics. Letters on public affairs and issues of policy are specially welcome
For either the weekday or Sunday editions, send your letters to: Listening Post, BBC. London, [Postcode removed]. For very late letters you can rinii (01) -[number removed], extension 3030, and dictate your message.
Peace and Dripping Toast by FREDERICK WILLIS abridged by Cristina Sellors Read by CHARLES LENO
Produced by John Cardy
First of five instalments
' The signature tune of the Nineties was undoubtedly Tara-ra-Boom deay. It was introduced to me by my Uncle Harry who had so many offspring that he claimed he once entertained two strange children at his dinner table under the impression they were his own.'
I SOLISTl VENETI
Conducted by CLAUDIO SCIMONE gramophone records