ROBERT EDDI SON'S personal choice
7.55 Weather: programme news
A weekly religious programme See Variations, cot 5
Make Yourself at Home
A programme for listeners from Pakistan and India
(Correspondence in English, or your own language, should be sent to Make Yourself at Home, BBC, Broadcasting House, Birmingham 15)
by ALISTAIR COOKE
from St Comgall's Parish Church, Bangor, Co Down conducted by the Rector, THE REV GEORGE MITCHELL
Hymns (ICH): Come, ye thankful people, come (297); We plough the fields and scatter (308); Father of mercies, God of love (300) Psalm 150
Lessons: Genesis 1. vv 24-31 St Matthew 13. vv 3-9
Anthem: Achieved is the glorious work (Haydn) Organist BRIAN HUNTER
Introduced by JIM PESTRIDGE
Garage Servicing: ROBIN RICHARDS discusses the ' Motoring Which? ' report
Protecting the car's underside: by MICHAEL KEMP of the Daily Sketch
Private Prosecution: CHARLES BRANDRETH discusses With C. H. ROLPH an action by an aggrieved motorist together with topical news and at 11.43* the latest traffic report Produced by ARTHUR PHILLIPS
A countrywide look at politics from outside Westminster Presented from Bristol by GEORGE SCOTT
Produced by ANTHONY SMITH
A selective took at the arts
Philip Oakes introduces this week's choice from what is new and what is always around us and talks to people who have a special interest in what he has seen and heard.
Produced by ROSEMARY HART and ALAN HAYDOCK
The One O'Clock News leads off this 60-minute up-to-the-minute report on the world around us, with the latest news, the background to the news, and the people in the news: presented by Anthony Howard
Editor HARRY BROWN
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN invites
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL to answer questions which listeners have sent in by post
Produced by KENNETH FORD (Repeated: Tuesday, 4.0 pm)
Questions, on postcards, to [address removed]
Defence in Depth by PATRICK RIDDELL adapted by ROGER PINE with Paul Daneman and Sarah Lawson
'Alcohol is a drug. The majority can take it safety, a minority can't.'
A man who has inflicted grievous bodily harm on his wife is a difficult man to defend, even if he is suffering from the disease of alcoholism.
Produced by JOHN GIBSON followed by an interlude
Henry Falman -:
Is it old?
Is it genuine! What is itf
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners' questions with HUGH SCULLY
Produced by PAMELA HOWE (from Bristol)
Questions to Talking About Antiques, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Radio Nature Trail on the Sea-shore
The Living World visits the coast of Pembrokeshire to look at the wildlife of the sea-shore - including, we hope, the seals. Introduced by DEREK JONES Produced by DILYS BREESE (from Bristol)
(Shortened version: Wed, 9.5 am)
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
Here. There and Everywhere: a report on recent events by GEORGE MILLER
Talking Newspaper: RONALD STURT describes a Welsh experiment to JUNE ROSE Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL
Produced by THENA HESHEL
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited the Cambuslang district of Lanarkshire
Produced by RICHARD BURWOOD ) † (Extended version: Wed, 7.30)
5.55 Weather; programme news
A serial for radio in 12 parts based on the novels of L. P. HARTLEY and adapted by ARCHIE CAMPBELL Time: The early 1900s.
Of all the grown-up inhabitants of Anchorstone it was only old Miss Fothergill with her ugly face, her witch's hands, and her creaking bath-chair who really held terror for the Cherrington children. Then one day ...
2: The Lion in the Path
(For cast see Tuesday, 3.0)
A topical talk by a professional broadcaster Rene Cutforth ... Ian Mcintyre. ...
Gerald Priestland ...
About people - what they believe and what they do
Agoraphobia: TONY ASPLER talks to people who suffer from this distressing illness and to those who try to help them.
Produced by HUBERT HOSKINS
DR WINIFRED KANE , MB, BS appeals on behalf of St Giles Housing Association of which she is Vice-Chairman and Honorary Medical Adviser. This Association provides specially designed self-contained flats for severely disabled persons, married and single, helping them to lead independent lives and follow outside employment.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed].
St John Passion
Evangelist JOZSEF RETI (tenor) Christus JOZSEF DENE (bass) MARGIT LASZLO (soprano) MARTA SZIRMAY (contralto) GYÖRGY MELIS (baritone)
BUDAPEST ACADEMY OF MUSIC CHOIR chorus-master ISTVAN PARKAI GABOR LEHOTKA (organ)
ZSUZSA PERTIS (harpsichord) LISZT CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by GYÖRGY LEHEL Part 1
by DEREK WRIGHT , Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Leicester
' We are the music while the music lasts': how does that marvellous escape from ourselves come about, when we truly find our lives by losing them? Derek Wright tells how he studied and practised one way to inner freedom at a Buddhist meditation centre in England.
(Recording from the 1969 Budapest Music Weeks made available by courtesy of Hungarian Radio)
talks to IRENE SLADE about his life and career since the First World War.
From the BBC Sound Archives
0 Stereophony: see page 14
Dr Roy Strong Director of the National Portrait Gallery presents a personal choice of drama, prose, and verse that has influenced his life and work. This anthology is read by DOROTHY REYNOLDS and ANGUS MACKAY who appear with Dr Strong before an invited audience.
Produced by ROSEMARY HART
At evening time it shall be light
Reading from The Private Prayers of Launcelot Andrewes ; Psalm 4 (Br Ps); Isaiah 38, vv 10-14; 41, vv 10, 13, 14: Darkening night the land doth cover (BBC HB 509); Psalm 4, v 8