6.32 Farming Today market trends, news, weather
6.50 Ten to Seven
6.55 Weather; programme news
Today's Time r.TS 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
A Book of Witnesses With DAVID KOSSOFF
7.55 Weather; programme news
8.10 South-East News
8.40 Today's Papers
by J. H. WILLIAMS read by MAURICE DENHAM (2)
(Revised edition of Saturday's broadcast)
The recent publication of Miss du Maurier's latest novel The House on the Strand has renewed critical interest in this perennially popular writer.
In her first broadcast interview for well over a decade DAPHNE DU MAURIER talks to WILFRED DE'ATH about her remarkable family, her life, and work.
on the Feast of the Epiphany from the Parish Church of St James, Piccadilly, London
Celebrant THE REV STEWART CROSS assisted by members of the staff of the BBC including a section of the BBC CHORUS
Preacher FR PATRICK MCENROE Epistle: Ephesians 3. vv 1-12 Gospel: Matthew 2, vv 1-12
Hymns (BBC HB): Hail to the Lord's Anointed (457); BriRhtest and best (63); As with gladness (62)
The Service sung to Darke in E Organist GEORGE THALBEN-BALL
presenting Bill McCue in It's a Fine Thing to Sing with his guest PATRICIA LAMBERT and the BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHES1RA conductor IAIN SUTHERLAND
Produced by EDDIE FRASER
2: All For a Bit of Cod by DAVID MOSEY
When young Colin gets the sack he seems quite unperturbed, but Arthur, his father, interprets it as a slur on the family reputation.
Produced by ALAN AYCKBOURN
The cinema programme
(Shortened version of Sunday's broadcast: Radio 2)
The News and voices and topics in and behind the headlines introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE
Story: Malcolm's New Shoes by ALICE EVERARD
from STEVE RACE including a selection from the BBC
NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by VILEM TAUSKY Produced by DAVID ALLAN
by JANE AUSTEN dramatised as a 13-part serial with Suzanne Neve Part 1
What about a contraption to teach the birds how to sing? Or alternatively, if you happen to live in a stately home we have got just the right front-door bell for you.
Bizarre mechanical musical instruments introduced by NIGEL MURPHY
Gramophone records of the great operatic soprano introduced by CHARLES OSBORNE
A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including: With-it Writ: CLIFF RICHARD tells TONY BLACK of his part in recording the latest paraphrase of the New Testament, with music
Heritage of Fantasy: JOAN PYPER visited the romantic castles of Ludwig II of Bavaria to meet the restorers at work and hear legends of the king Big Jack and the Injuns: w. GRATTON recalls the thrill of the Little Picture House
A World of Their Own
A series of stories about children chosen and abridged by GUY CULLINGFORD
Submerged by A L. BARKER Reader PETER TUDDENHAM
Tonight's evening paper of the air with reports from the region's news studios and Scotland Yard - Sportsdesk - Stop Press: introduced by DOUGLAS CAMERON
(Repeated: Wed, 1.30 pm)
by LEO TOLSTOY
A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis. Stephen Murray Felix Felton , Anna Cropper and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy
Part 2: Summer 1805adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Cast in order of speaking
Directed by NESTA PAIN
(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)
(Martin Jarvis is in 'The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre, London)
Count Ilya Rostov:
Count Pierre Bezukhov:
Prince Vasili Kuragin:
Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky:
Prince Andrei Bolkonsky:
Princess Lise Bolkonskaya:
.leader REGINALD STEAD conducted by AKEO WATANABE Mozart Divertimento No 17, in D major (K 334)
Beethoven Symphony No 3, in E flat major (Eroica)
The Shop Steward - Paragon or Parasite?
Introduced by KENNETH HARRIS
Last year Mrs Barbara Castle , addressing an important assembly of executives, claimed that power of management was moving from the top echelon to the shop floor.
If this is true. has the Shop Steward too much power - and does he abuse it? Can and will our economy be strangled at source by wildcat strikes in docks, factories, railways, and mines? Is the Shop Steward an anachronism?
Produced by ALAN BURGESS
The background to the news and people in the news, followed by Listening Post introduced by LESLIE SMITH
For either the weekday or Sunday editions, send your letters to: Listening Post, BBC, Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA. For very late letters you can ring (01)-[number removed], extension 3030, and dictate your message.
The second in a series of four talks about the prospects facing India in the coming decade. DILIP MUKERJEE , one of India's best-known economic and political writers, looks at the present state of the Indian economy and points to some of the more urgent tasks to be faced in the next few years.
(Eric da Costa: Wednesday)
Phineas Redux by ANTHONY TROLLOPE
Book 1: The Ladies Rally Round read by DAVID MARCH (12)
NORMA FISHER (piano)
Brahms Fantasies, Op 116
Chopin Nocturne in c sharp minor. Op 27 No 1