The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by Jack de Manio and John Timpson
7.41 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50 Weather: programme news
7.55 South East News
8.0 The News and more of Today
8.40 Today's Papers
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 7: The Keyboard Hussar
Produced bv DENYS gueroult
A BBC Correspondent talks on a topic of interest and importance in the immediate past, present, or future
11.0 Helping Things Move - 11 by HARRY ARMSTRONG (Junior Science)
11.2* Movement and Music 1 by PENNY WHITTAM
The story of Noah with music by Scarlatti, arranged by PAMELA KENWAY
Repeated: Thursday, 9.55 am)
11.41 Contemporary History
7: The Civil Rights Movement in the USA
Written by JEREMY GIBSON
Music Workshop 2
Written by WILLIAM MURPHY
2.20 Poetry and Jazz Certainties
VERNON SCANNELL introduces some poems to music by the MICHAEL GARRICK TRIO with diana OLSSON and STEPHEN THORNE
(Books, Plays, Poems)
2.45 Hedgehogs by CLIO MATHESON. (Nature)
Hominy and Lemonade by JAMES BARRY
A Jamaican village boy starts to rebel against the conservatism and the overpowering affection of the grandmother who has brought him up.
GEORGE WEBB , VALERIE MURRAY NIK ZARAN , SIOBHAN QUINLAN
Produced by ELWYN EVANS
1: The Rodgers and Hart Partnership with Richard Rodgers himself, members of bis family, and PHILIP LEAViTT , the friend who introduced him to Lorenz Hart.
Narrator JOHN DUNN
Written by GEOFFROY MILLAIS Produced, with gramophone records, by MICHAEL BELL
(From operettas to Hair - the Rodgers and Hart Partnership: see page 13. Part 2, The Rodgers and Hammerstein Partnership: 1 July)
The thriller by KEITH ROBERTS abridged in six parts by NEVILLE TELLER read by FRANK DUNCAN 5: Visa."t'r
Living rough, waging constant guerrilla warfare against the Furies, Bill and his companions know they are walking a tightrope ...
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 Steve Race
5.50 Weather; programme news
5.55 South-East News
Lady Isabel Lander:
A Matter of Life or Else by REX HI KNITS
Late at night Dr John Newton was called out to attend an accident case. A life hung in the balance - but whose?
Produced bv BETTY DAVIES
(Repeated: Thursday, 3.0 pm)
Dr John Newton:
Mrs Vine, Newton's house-keeper:
A weekly programme about books and writers introduced by KENNETH ALLSOP kellow CHESNEY talks about his new book The Victorian Underworld
FREDERIC RAPHAEL On John O Ham who died earlier this year and whose last novel Lovey Childs is published this week irving WARDLE reviews Volume One (Ploys Pleasant and Plays Vnpleasantt in the new collected edition of Bernard Shaw and other new books including Allie Darling by Bill Naughton , a further instalment in the life of the Cockney Don Juan
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 Test and the Solent: will water-based industry drive out water-based recreationt
Britain's finest trout stream, the Hampshire Test, is threatened by plans for water extraction. The Solent. Britain's favourite yacht harbour, is threatened by plans for a major new city. How can waterways which attract such conflicting interests survive to satisfy all of them,
The programme includes GERALD SMART, County Planning Officer of Hampshire, SIDNEY vowles , refinery manager for Esso at Fawley. ALLAN MCCULLOCH Of Colin Buchanan and Partners, who produced the first plan for the new city. and MARTIN muncaster , newsreader and fisherman. in conversation with residents of the Test Valley. Produced by LEONIE COHN
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