The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by Jack de Manio and John Timpson
Deputy editor ALASTAIR OSBORNE Editor MARSHALL STEWART
7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50 Weather; programme news
7.55 South-East News
Ken Sykora , Zena Skinner
Gordon Clyde , George Luce and who knows who take a lively look round and meet some of the people for whom this is a special week. Produced by SUSAN ERLBECK
DENNIS LOWER, and JACK JINGLETON
Allons-y! 23: Qu'est-ce qui s'est passé? .
Written by EMILE HARVEN
(An audiovisual programme)
10.47 Nous Voici !
23: Roger a Bergerac
Written by PAULE-ALlNE DENT (Third-year French)
11.1 Singing Together
Introduced by WILLIAM APPLEBY Produced by DOUGLAS COOMBES
What is a Foreigner?: third of four programmes on Labels and Barriers
Presented by DOUGLAS FISHER
11.40 Drama Workshop Man and the Seasons
3: Summer in the park: Summer on the beach
Introduced by DEREK BOWSKILL with music by the MICHAEL GARRICK TRIO
The well-known man-about-town and connoisseur of the fine arts indulges his eccentric taste for detection.
6: The Famous Case Called ' In the Teeth of the Evidence' read by JOHN STANDING adapted by NEVILLE TELLER from the stories Of DOROTHY L. SAYERS Produced by COLIN TUCKER
Take a Closer Look 3: Skipton
A Yorkshire market town from the air and from the ground. Script by GEOFFREY SHERLOCK (Exploration Earth)
2.20 The Music Box by GORDON REYNOLDS
Produced by ALBERT CHATTERLEY
2.30 The Way we Speak 1: What do I say? (Speak series)
2.40 Movement, Mime, and Music 2 by GLYN HARRIS for the 9-11-year-olds
by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
6: How the Brigadier was Tempted by the Devil
Which tells how Etienne Gerard was tested and found true and went on to serve his Emperor when others were thinking only of themselves.
Reader DENYS HAWTHORNE
Produced by ROGER PINE
Sir Arthur Conan
The news magazine that sums up your day-and starts off your evening
Including the latest news, the evening press, what's on tonight, the City, and the people and talking points of the day. Presented by William Hardeastle and Steve Race
Deputy editor DEREK LEWIS Editor ANDREW BOYLE
5.50 Weather; programme news
5.55 South-East News
The first fully computerised butch comedy show
Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMINGS and DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP
Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH
Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS
(Sunday'sbroadcast: Radio 2)
Eight stories of the British in India by BERKELY MATHER 6: Wullie the Clock with Christine Finn
Henry Stamper , Nigel Lambert 'He's an elderly man - looks like an old soldier. Clothes very old, but neatly patched and darned, shoes shined, grey clipped moustache, and a pair of the most piercing blue eyes I've ever seen!'
Produced by BETTY DAVIES
(Repeated: Tuesday, 3.30 pm)
Dr George Mellish:
Grace, his wife:
Sergeant Wullie McVitie:
by ERNEST HEMINGWAY
A play of the Spanish Civil War adapted for radio by PEGGY WELLS with Patrick Allen
1 We're in for 50 years of undeclared wars and I've signed up for the duration. I don'exactly remember when it was. but I signed up all right.'
Singing by THE BOYS OF TUDOR GRANGE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, SOLIHULL Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH
by CHARLES MORGAN
Read by Marius Goring
The book was worthless. Long ago the Judge had bought it for eight and sixpence. But here, before witnesses, was Severidge, offering him £25,000. Abridged by GABRIEL WOOLF Produced by JOHN CARDY
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