6.32 Farming Today market trends, news, weather
6.50 Ten to Seven +
6.55 Weather; programme news
Today's Time GTS 7.0, 8.0, 9.0 am
1.0, 6.0, 11.0 pm Big Ben 10.0 pm
7.10 South-East News-
7.15 Today radio's breakfast-time magazine introduced by JACK DE MANIO
7.45 Today's Papers
7.50 Ten to Eight
What the Bible says
7.55 Weather; programme news
8.10 South-East News
8.40 Today's Papers
abridged by FRANCES HITCHINS JILL BALCON reads the last of nine instalments Produced by JOHN CARDY
Introduced by Paul Barnes
To keep you in touch with almost anything that's on, or around, or on the way
Produced by RICHARD KEEN ROSEMARY HART , COLIN REID
NEM P 15; Hark, the herald-angels sing (BBC HB 50): Unto us a boy is born (Oxford Book of Carols 92); Luke 2, vv 41-52; 0 come, all ye faithful (BBC HB 55: vv 1-3, 6)
BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA conductor IAIN SUTHERLAND PHILIP CHALLIS (piano)
Introduced by ROY WILLIAMSON
A series of seven programmes arranged for radio by JULIA SMALL
7: The Queen who MarriedEngland - Elizabeth I Narrator NElL FREEMAN With HILDA SCHRODER MADELEINE VACHER
JOHN BENNETT , BRIAN TRUEMAN JOHN LINSTRUM
Produced by TREVOR HILL
GALE PEDRICK makes a personal selection of items from the many broadcasts on BBC radio and television during the past seven days introduced by JOHN ELLISON
(Extended version: Sunday,
The News and voices and topics in and behind the headlines
Story: Emily and the fierce Black Cat by ANN SCHLEE
LONDON STUDIO ORCHESTRA leader REGINALD LEOPOLD conducted by ERIC WETHERELL and recordings made available by courtesy of South German and South-West German Radios including music by Auber, Buxton Orr. Trevor Roberts , Debussy, Zander, Saint-Saens.
A radio correspondence column in which listeners add their comments to views expressed in last Friday's Any Questionst
Most people can look back at a certain time in their lives which was filled with intense pleasure and excitement.
EDGAR LUSTGARTEN feels that the time of his life was during the war when he worked with a BBC Section directly engaged in Radio counter-propaganda. (Extended version of Sunday's broadcast)
Introduced by JEREMY CARRAD from the South and West
Trade Union Leader: RON NETHERCOTT, Regional Secretary of the TGWU
' The Knot Garden': SIR MICHAEL TIPPETT talks about his new opera to BRIAN GEAR
Not Just Cuddly Toys: JOHN WALMSLEY asks a Brighton vet for advice on rearing the puppies and kittens which have been bought as Christmas presents
by GEORGE and WEEDON GROSSMITH abridged in seven parts by DONALD BANCROFT Read by DAVID DAVIS
1: 1 resolve to keep a diary This chronicle of English suburban life in its Victorian heyday records the daily endeavours and misfortunes of Mr Pooter , a city clerk with an over-developed sense of dignity.
Its publication was a matter of no regret to him, for as he sard: ' have often seen reminiscences of people I have never even heard of, and I fail to see - because I do not happen to be a somebody - why my diary should not be interesting. My only regret is that I did not commence it when I was a youth.'
Tonight's evening paper of the air with reports from the region's news studios and Scotland Yard - Sportsdesk - Weekend with BOB HOLNESS -Stop Press: introduced by MICHAEL MEECH
Together again - scriptwriters Frank Muir and Denis Norden and producer Charles Maxwell recapture the exciting atmosphere of one of radio's outstanding comedy series of the 1950s.
David Hatch, producer of some of today's most successful comedy shows, manages to ask a few questions despite irrelevant interruptions from our old friends The Glums.
SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA leader SAM BOR conductor ALEXANDER GIBSON Part 1
MacCunn Overture: Land of the Mountain and the Flood
8.11* Schubert Symphony No 5, in B flat major
LESLIE GARDINER talks about
D. H. Lawrence in Scotland
Mendelssohn Symphony No 3, in A minor (Scottish)
Discoveries, inventions, and news from the world of science and technology
Each week PAUL VAUGHAN brings you the people whose achievements are changing your way of life
Produced by the Science Unit
The background to the news and people in the news, followed by News-stand in which DOUGLAS BROWN analyses how the dailies have handled the week's news, the opinions they have expressed, and current trends in and out of Fleet Street
by JUDITH LISTOWEL
Just before Christmas Judith Listowel talked to King Hussein of Jordan. President Helou and General Bustani of the Lebanon, and leaders of the Palestine Liberation Organisation. Who calls the tune?
Phineas Redux by ANTHONY TROLLOPE
Book 1: The Ladies Rally Round read by DAVID MARCH (10)
.Trio in c minor, Op 9 No 3 GRUMIAUX TRIO
Arthur Grumiaux (violin) Georges Janzer (viola) Eva Czako (cello) gramophone records