The world this morning introduced by Jack de Manio and John Timpson Sports Desk including the latest news and comment from Mexico on last nights matches in the World Cup
7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50 Weather; programme news
7.55 South.East News
'If I hadn'done this I'd probably be sitting in the Bahamas drinking a pink gin': that's the philosophy of Robb Spencer , founder of Lend-a-Hand. a very informal charity working from headquarters in Wanstead, London.
This programme meets ROBS SPENCER and his team of helpers and accompanies them on an overnight patrol of London's railway stations.
Compiled and introduced by TONY BLACK followed by an interlude
A Corner for Music by ALBERT CHATTERLEY
26: The Overcoat - weather
(This programme should be tape-recorded,
11.0 The Strange Fire of Vikings and Red Indians
Written by JENYTH WORSLEY (Springboard)
11.20 The Tiger's Bones
A radio play by TED HUGHES 1: The Telescope
(Listening and Writing)
Four programmes looking at British canals, the people who operate them, and the opportunities they provide for a different type of holiday
Introduced by PETER WHEELER 2: The Grand Union Canal Produced by DON MOSEY
Bob Carter of Langthwaite PETER WHEELER has been to Arkengarthdale in North Yorkshire to meet this lively 73-year-old ex-lead miner, historian and geologist, who talked to him about life in the lovely little dale where you can 'stand and listen to the silence '
From the Sixties: Kittens are Brave by GILES COOPER with Richard Pearson William Fox and Daphne Slater
'Just look at dogs for one moment ... they have revolting habits, they smell, they'd bite you if they were brave enough. In fact the only good thing about them is that they are easier to kick than cats ...'
One of the last of Giles Cooper 's television plays, adapted for radio and produced by CHARLES LEFEAl 'X
The Rev Gordon Shtplake:
The Autobiography of a Super Tramp by w. H. DAVIES 11871-1940) abridged in six episodes by HOWARD JONES
Read by David Davis 1: Childhood and Youth
This autobiography was written on the advice of friends who felt that W. H. Davies 's adventurous life as a tramp in England and America would interest the" public. Bernard Shaw wrote the Preface and the book is now regarded as a minor classic.
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
A spontaneous discussion by three speakers representing the Conservative, Labour, and Liberal parties
Chairman DAVID JACOBS
Produced by MICHAEL BOWEN from Scarborough, Yorks
(Repeated: Saturday, 1.15 pm)
Dean Acheson in conversation with William Hardcastle
Dean Acheson. former t's Secretary of State and one of America's elder statesmen, believes that the world is today going through a revolution that is just as fundamental and portentous as the Reformation of the 16th century.
In science, in techniques of warfare, in the relations between the sexes, in the rise of affluence and the persistence of poverty, and above all in the explosion of communications. Western society. Mr Acheson feels, is facing an unprecedented challenge.
Tonight he discusses this belief and talks of the many crises and personalities he has encountered in a long and active life at the pinnacle of American affairs.
Produced by MICHAEL WHITTOCK
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