BETTY HARDY chooses lines from Charles Peguy 's Mystery of the Holy Innocents
7.55 Weather; programme news
Make Yourself at Home
A programme for listeners from Pakistan and India
by ALISTAIR COOKE
from Roath Park Methodist Church, Cardiff conducted by the Minister, THE KEV CHARLES A. CLARK
Hymns: (Methodist Hymn Book): 0 Heavenly King (7: Houghton); Begin, my soul (72: St Magnus); Earth, rejoice our Lord is King (246: Ephraim); To God the only wise (638: St Augustine): Love Divine (431: Blaenwern)
Lessons: Isaiah 55 (NEB); Philippians 1, v 1-11 (NEB) Organist JAMES WITCOMB Choirmaster RHYS DAVIES
Introduced by JIM PESTRIDGE
Women and Cars: opinions and scientific facts discussed by DONALD NORFOLK; JEAN BAR-RAIT, Motoring Editor of Woman; JENNY BRITTAN ; and JENNIFER CURRY
Car Security: advice from a Police Crime Prevention Officer Joyriders: RUPERT TOWNSHEND -ROSE explains the Law and the Borrowed Car 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
Introduced by Edward Greenfield
A personal choice of what's new and what's always around us in the arts: including Hamlet with Alan Bates at the Nottingham Playhouse, the exhibition Léger and Purist Paris at the Tate Gallery, and music on television.
Produced by ROSEMARY HART and ALAN HAYDOCK
12.55 Weather; programme news
leads off this 60-minute up-to-the-minute report: presented by Anthony Howard
Editor HARRY BROWN
Members of the Llanilar Women's Institute, near Aberystwyth, put their questions to FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL Question-master
Produced by KENNETH FORD (Repeated: Tuesday, 4.0 pm)
The Ha-Ha by JENNIFER DAWSON
Life is something with which Josephine is unable to come to terms. ' I wanted the knack of existing. I did not know the rules.'
The Ha-Ha. published in 1961, was Jennifer Dawson 's first novel. It won for her the James Tait Black Memorial prize.
Music composed by TRISTRAM CARY
Adapted from the novel and produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners' questions With HUGH SCULLY
Produced by PAMELA HOWE
Questions to Talking About Antiques, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
North Sea Gas: FRED ORPWOOD, a gas fitter before he lost his sight, and MARY BEILBY , a blind housewife, talk to GEORGE MILLER about using natural gas. Memories of Thomas Rhodes Armitage, founder of the RNIB, recalled by his granddaughter MARGARET DANGERFIELD Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL
Produced by THENA HESHEL
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited the Lockerbie district of Dumfriesshire
Produced by PHYLLIS ROBINSON † (Extended version: Wed, 7.30)
5.55 Weather; programme news
A serial for radio in 12 parts based on the novels of 1. P. HARTLEY and adapted by ARCHIE CAMPBELL 8:The Sixth Heauen
Dick Slaveley 's interest in Hilda has become so marked that Eustace begins to build romantic hopes for their future. An invitation from Lady Nelly fills his cup of happiness to the brim.
A topical talk by a professional broadcaster Robert Kee ...
Ian McIntyre. ...
Gerald Priestland ...
About people -what they believe and what they do
Dr Billy Graham is in this country to address the Freedom and Faith meeting at the Royal Albert Hall tomorrow in celebration of the 350th anniversary of the Mayflower sailing.
He talks to WILLIAM HARDCASTLE Produced by COLIN SEMPER †
DAME EVA TURNER. DBE appeals on behalf of the Musicians' Benevolent Fund
The Fund is asking for help towards Elwes House, its second permanent home for elderly and retired musicians, recently established on the sea-front at Westgate-on-Sea.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
JOHN OGDON (piano) BBC NORTHERN
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader REGINALD STEAD conductor BRYDEN THOMSON From the Free Trade Hall, Manchester Part 1
Berlioz Overture: Benvenuto Cellini
7.44* Brahms Piano Concerto No 1, in D minor
DAVID WILLIAMS has just retired from being an Inspector of Schools in London. The experience had its lighter as well as its more depressing moments,
Part 2 Tchaikovsky
Symphony No 2. in c minor
Presented by the BBC in association with the Hallé Concerts Society
Written and narrated by TONY VAN DEN BERGH
A light-hearted look at the psychological and sociological events, both past and present. which have led rugby to its present state.
Among those taking part are
W. C. RAMSEY , President of the Rugby Football Union
DICKIE jeeps. England selector
VIVIAN JENKINS , BRIAN GLANVILLE and CHRIS WINN
Produced by ALAN BURGESS
van Den Bergh
by Dr Donald Schon followed by questions from an invited audience
2: Dynamic Conservatism
There is a dynamism among organisations of all kinds-business firms, large corporations. government departments -which makes them fight very hard against change. Change is unpredictable in its effects. What Dr Schon calls' Dynamic Conservatism ' appears like an organisation's way of protecting itself against such uncertainty.
Dr Schon, president of the Organisation for Social and Technical Innovation, is a member of the US Commission On the Year 2000.
(This lecture, recorded at the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers in London, will be published in The Listener dated 26 Nov.
Remember now thy Creator