by SAMUEL SELVON
A series of plays about the experiences of a group of West Indians in Britain with Horace James as Moses
7: Moses Books a Passage
Moses' attempts to return home have always come to nothing because of ' his big soft heart.' Now it's time for his friends to repay debts Cast for the week and ALARIC COTTER
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS
Three readings of letters exchanged between famous couples of the seventeenth. eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries during their court-ships: compiled and narrated by JOHN RICHMOND
2: An 18th-century Courtship Lady Mary Pierrepont and Edward Wortley Montagu With ROSALIND SHANKS and HUGH DICKSON
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
A family magazine introduced from Wales by HARRY SOAN and including:
Vale of Rheidol Railway: HARRY SOAN journeys on the narrow-gauge railway from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge
To Stand and Stare: reflections by REES THOMAS
A Life on the Ocean Wave: GAENOR THOMAS visits the College for Merchant Seamen in Cardiff
The biography of the legendary dancer written by his widow ROMOLA NIJINSKY abridged by DEREK PARKER from Nijinsky and The Last Years of Nijinsky read by ANNA BURDEN 1: Imperial Russia
The story starts in the brilliant era of the Imperial School of Dancing and the Imperial Russian Ballet. It tells of the beginnings of the Diaghilev Ballet, Nijinsky's ten years of international fame, and his insanity in 1919. It tells of the long, unsuccessful search for a cure, and the adventures he and his wife met in the course of it. The story is as tragic and thrilling as any written by the great Russian novelists
by ROBERT BARR starring Edward de Souza Bryden Murdoch
This serial in six parts is set among the remote mist-veiled islands of the Outer Hebrides. Two Intelligence Officers expose and circumvent a plot to run an escape route for defectors from Britain. The route, ending behind the Iron Curtain, involves the use of Russian trawlers plying outside territorial waters
Produced by peter titheradge (Repeated: Tuesday, 3.30 pm)
JOHN lill (piano) HALLE ORCHESTRA leader MARTIN MILNER conducted by MAURICE HANDFORD
Bach Suite No 3, in D major
8.22* Schubert Symphony No 8, in B minor (Unfinished)
8.43* Beethoven Piano Concerto No 3, in c minor followed by an interlude
The story of the Bevin Boys on their 25th anniversary.
On Christmas Eve 1943 a junior clerk at the Ministry of Labour drew the numbers out of a hat, and a few weeks later, early in 1944, the first batch of conscripts for the mines reported for duty 'would happily have swapped a twenty-mile march in the infantry to going down the pits'
'I'd go down again, like Prince Philip I'd go down, but not to work there any more' ' Mining brought me out completely. It knocked this superior white-collar attitude out of me for a start'
Rt Hon Emanuel Shinwell
The background to the news and people in the news, followed by News-stand in which WALTER TAPLIN analyses how the dailies have handled the week's news, the opinions they've expressed, and current trends in and out of Fleet Street
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