The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by Jack de Manio and John Timpson
7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50 Weather; programme news
7.55 South-East News
In every era some particular kind of musician has been ' all the rage '
SIDNEY HARRISON discusses seven significant types with recordings by and about them 6: Revolutionaries and the Establishment
Produced by DENYS GUEROULT
11. Helping Things Move - 1 byBARRYARMSTRONG
11.2* Movement and Music 1
(Repeated: Thurs, 9.55 am)
11.40 Contemporary History 6: Apartheid in South Africa Compiled by MICHAEL SMEE
Music Workshop 2
2.20 Poetry and Folksong. Work and Worry: SEAMUS HEANEY introduces poems read by MICHAEL LONGLEY and DEREK MAHON and songs from DAVID HAMMOND
(Books, Plays, Poems)
2.45 Night Owls by CLIO MATHESON (Nature)
by ALAN PLATER with Roy Kinnear
' I've decided it's time I threw open my home to the public. Beer and Postman's Knock, that sort of thing. The thing is, you get sick of sponging on other people.'
Produced by ALFRED BRADLEY
DEREK JEWELL examines the way of life and the philosophies of two men who live on their own islands: LEONARD MATCHAN , the millionaire, and ALPHONSE LE GASTELOIS , a virtual hermit. Both men are at the extremes of the financial and social spectrum.
Produced by STEVE ALLEN
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 Hardcastle and Derek Cooper
Jimmy Clitheroe in The Not-So-Artful Dodger with PETER SINCLAIR
PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, TONY MELODY
BRIAN TRUEMAN , COLIN EDWYNN DAPHNE OXEN FORD
Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE
Produced by JAMES CASEY
Lady Isabel Lander:
Journalists from London and the South-East question representatives of the main political parties on issues affecting the region at this Election. Chairman JOHN TUSA
Produced by PETER REDHOUSE (Another Election Question Time: 16 June)
The Drummer Boy A play for radio by EDDIE MATTHEWS based on the short story A Curious Experience by MARK TWAIN
The scene: Fort Trumbell, a Union Army Fort in New London, Connecticut. Time: the winter of 1862-63. Produced by JOHN POWELL
(Repeated: Thursday, 3.0 pm)
Col A A Muncie:
A weekly programme about books and writers: introduced by KENNETH ALLSOP
B. R. F. KEATING looks at detective fiction on the 40th anniversary of the Crime Club, including Who Saw Her Die by Patricia Moyes , the Club's latest issue
NEMONE LETHBRIDGE and PETER DICKINSON review two new books about real-life crime: a biography of Jonathan Wild , the 18th-century criminal, and The Affair of the Poisons, set in the time of Louis XIV
JOHN JULIUS NORWICH on his new book The Kingdom in the Sun, an illustrated history of Sicily's Golden Age and other new books
Produced by ALAN HAYDOCK
(Repeated: Thursday, 3.45 pm)
A weekly look at the present plight and the future shape of town and country
Compiled and introduced by NICHOLAS TAYLOR
The Tourist lntmsion - Must We Kill the Places We Lovet
The number of tourists from abroad was up by 27% last year, with 28% more in the first three months of 1970. The Grand Tour has now become a right rather than a luxury, which makes it difficult to preserve the very places that people come to see.
Speakers include PETER HALL , Professor of Geography at Reading University: LORD MON-TAGU OF BEAULIEU; and PHIPPS TURNBULL, County Planning Officer of Devon.
Produced by LEONIE COHN
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