The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by John Timpson
7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50 Weather; programme news
7.55 South-East News
You see the thing is this by KEN CAMPBELL
The last in a series of five plays about loneliness
Veronica and Harry were mad about tennis, but Walter couldn'stand it. Why was he determined to play in the Mixed Doubles on Saturday....?
Produced by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
A selection of items from the many broadcasts on BBC radio and television during the past seven days
Introduced by JOHN ELLISON Script by jean STROUD
Produced by PHYLLIS ROBINSON (Extended version: Sunday,
12.55Weather; programme news
From the Sixties:
A Dead Liberty by ALAN GOSLING
' Right. Well, we got it established legally that he ain'got no right to die on our premises! ' with Peter Pratt as Jack Flint
Dandy Nichols as Ginny Flint MALCOLM HAVES as Mr Merit 's brother
EARL CAMERON as the Doctor
Produced bv JOHN GIBSON
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 bv
William Hardcastle and Derek Cooper
5.50 Weather: programme news
5.55 South-East News
A weekly quiz on music and general knowledge with the Services stationed in West Germany, Berlin, and Gibraltar Panel: LIZ FERRIS, TED MOULT NEIL DURDEN-SMITH versus
A team representing the Royal Air Force, Rheindahlen in West Germany
by D. L. MURRAY adapted for radio in 10 parts by THEA HOLME
Joe Melia as Sam Rubens Deborah Dallas as Josie
The friendship between Smeltz and Sam's wife Josie is ripening ... The parasites cluster around Sam and his money. 5: Sweet Thames
The Case of Elizabeth Cass
Was Elizabeth Cass a prostitute? When in June 1887 she was arrested near Oxford Circus she protested her innocence ...
The third in an occasional series illustrating the means by which individual initiative may redress legal injustice. with Elizabeth Proud as Miss Cass
Others taking part
MARGARET WOLFIT. SEAN ARNOLD
SEAN BARRETT , JOHN BRYNING
WILFRID CARTER. KERRY FRANCIS JOHN GABRIEL. BRIAN HEWLETT and CLIFFORD NORGATE
Written and narrated by MICHELL RAPER
Produced by TERENCE TILLER
Robert Dolling was a Victorian slum-parson who wished to hold those Masses for the Dead which his Bishop couldn'countenance. One of them died in obscurity; the other moved on to the throne of Canterbury.
MICHAEL UNDERHILL reflects on this confrontation,
Egypt and the Middle East Written and narrated by JOSEPH HONE
Joseph Hone has recently returned from Egypt. He reports on the political and social mood in Egypt today, the chances of a negotiated settlement with Israel, the Soviet presence and missile build-up. He also enquires what future there is for the Palestinian refugees and their Liberation organisations. Produced by ALAN BURGESS
BRIAN MEREDITH examines achievements in international co-operation bv the United Nations and some of its agencies.
5: The Catastrophe as a Catalyst Produced by WALTER WALLICH i Next Monday: Notes from the English Underground, first of five talks by Wilfred De'Ath)
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