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
by LILLIAN BECKWITH abridged by Margaret Holmes Read by Sheila Mitchell
Would this part of the Hebrides really be quiet enough for a convalescent lady? And how near was the cottage to the sea? Mrs McDugan 's answering letter was reassuring if quaint: ' Surely its that quiet here even the sheeps themselves on the hills is lonely, and as to the sea its that near I use it myself every day for the refusals.'
Produced by JOHN CARDY
(First of five instalments: postponed from 25 May)
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 DENNIS LOWER JACK SINGLETON and ELIZABETH SMITH
25: Claudine a une bonne idee Written by EMILE HARVEN
(An audiovisual programme)
10.47 Notts Void!
25: Plan&te 217, part 1 B-22 + K9 = Terre
Written by MICHEL FAURE (Third-year French)
11.1 Singing Together
Introduced by WILLIAM APPLEBY
by RAY GOSLING 1: Cheltenham
' Cheltenham's somewhere on the Circle Line between Kensington Palace and Kensington High ... on that Metro line with rubber wheels and disc parking. It's the station after Henlev in Arden. Bulawayo, Nairobi, Salisbury. There is this Afrikaans thing....'
Thewell-known man-about-town and connoisseur of the fine arts indulges his eccentric taste for detection.
8: The Learned Adventure of the Dragon's Head read by JOHN STANDING adapted by NEVILLE TELLER from the stories Of DOROTHY L. SAYERS
Produced by MARGARET ETALL
Around our Shore
1: Trawlers from Hull Script by PADDY FEENY
2.20 The Music Box by GORDON REYNOLDS
SIR BILLY BUTLIN describes his early days; and an excerpt from Raisins by William Saroyan (Speak)
2.40 Movement, Mime, and Music 2 by GLYN HARRIS
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 David Jessel and -Steve Race
Deputy editor DEREK LEWIS Editor ANDREW BOYLE
by CHRISTOPHER BIHMEAD with Angela Pleasence and Nigel Anthony 1: Reception
Ir. which Hilary goes through the door into the big wide world and gets picked up.
Harpsichord MARTIN GOLDSTEIN. Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN (Repeated: Tuesday, 3.30 pm)
adapted for radio by ERIC EWENS withand
' A primeval forest is really something. The light is the strangest thing.... Green.... like being under the sea. We'll need four or five Dyak hunters - very unwise to move about the interior without Dyaks.'
Produced by RONALD MASON
(The Closed Shop by Somerset Maugham: Thursday at 9.10 pm, BBC2 Colour)
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