JOSEPH O'CONOR with a personal choice
7.55 Weather; programme news
A weekly religious programme VHF (also on 202m Ramsgate): see column 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
9.35 Arts 3. The Role of Myth in Society
10.5 Science 3. Relativity
from St Paul 's Church, Clifton, Bristol
Family Communion conducted by THE REV JOHN BOWES. Address by THE REV PETER COLEMAN
Hymns (BBC HB): Alleluia! sing to Jesus (197): 0 God of earth and altar (394); Jesus, good above all other (72); We hail thy presence glorious (218): Strengthen for service, Lord. the hands (215) Readings (NEB):
Epistle: Romans 13, vv 1-10
Gospel: Mark 8. v 23, to 9, v I Communion Setting (Leighton in D)
Organist and Choirmaster NIGEL WATTON
Introduced by JIM PESTRIDGE
The Motorist Abroad - a comparison of conditions: Japan, by JEFFREY DANIELS of Autocar; Bulgaria, by MYKE MYSON of Morning Star: together with some European countries
Disputes with Repairers: by NEVILLE JARRETT
A Car for Your Child: by EVELYN HOME together with topical news and at 11 43* the latest traffic report Produced by JOHN FENTON
A countrywide look at politics from outside Westminster
Presented from Manchester by GEORGE SCOTT
Produced by MICHAEL GREEN
To telephone your comments during the programme ring [number removed]
Introduced by GEORGE MELLY
A critic's choice of what's new and what's always around us in the arts - including the film 10 Rillington Place.
Produced by ROSEMARY HART and ALAN HAYDOCK
leads off this 60-minute up-to-the-minute report presented by Anthony Howard
Editor HARRY BROWN
Members of the Newmarket and District Horticultural Society put their questions to: FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL Question-master
Produced by KENNETH FORD (Repeated: Tuesday, 4.0 pm)
by ENID BAGNOLD ; adapted for radio by MARGARET ETALL with Edith Evans as Mrs St Maugham
Mary Morris as Miss Madrigal and Cecil Parker as the Judge Living in the past amid the fading glories of her Sussex garden, Mrs St Maugham rules a household no less eccentric than herself. The arrival of a new companion brings order, but what secret lurks behind the careful composure of the mysterious Miss Madrigal?
Produced by ARCHIE CAMPBELL
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners' questions With HUGH SCULLY
Produced by PAMELA HOWE
Questions to Talking About Antiques, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
ANTHONY SMITH looks at the way wildlife broadcasting has developed over the quarter-century since 3 January 1946, when listeners ' tuned in ' to the first edition of The Naturalist.
Produced by DILYS BREESE (from Bristol)
(Shortened version: Wed, 9.5 am)
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
Free Listening: how do blind people get their radios, and what models are available?
JOHN COLLIGAN , hon sec, British Wireless for the Blind Fund, explains to MARGARET FORD how the Fund helps blind people. Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL
Produced by THENA HESHEL
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited Geilo in Norway to look at the winter sports scene (Extended version: Wed, 7.30)
5.55Weather; programme news
by GEORGE ELIOT : adapted as a serial in 12 parts by HOWARD AGG with Angela Pleasence , Martin Jarvis Megs Jenkins and Anthony Bate 6: The Vow
Tonight: Gerald Priestland
How to succeed in business The Chairman of Wedgwood Arthur Bryan talks to WILFRED DE'ATH
ED STEWART appeals on behalf of St Christopher's Fellowship
The Fellowship runs six residential houses in the London area, caring for adolescent boys homeless through accident or rejection.
Donations, preferably crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
MICHEL SCHWALBE (violin) JAMES GALWAY (flute) ANDREAS BLAUX (flute) HORST GOEBEL and HERBERT VON KARAJAN
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by Herbert von Karajan
Part 1: Bach and Stravinsky
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4, in G major
7.48* Stravinsky Ballet: Apollo
2: No Redroom for the Gilded Child. To any child in St Helens the Redroom was a rather terrifying threat.
BOB HOULTON talks about further influences in his life.
Part 2: Beethoven
Symphony No 5, in c minor
From the 1970 Berlin Festival
(Recording made available by courtesy of RIAS, Berlin) followed by 9.17 Beethoven Twelve Variations in A major on the Russian Dance from Wranitzky's Das Waldmadchen (WoO 71) emil GlLELS (piano)
(Recording made available by courtesy of Soviet Radio)
A look at the present plight and future shape of town and country: compiled and introduced by NICHOLAS TAYLOR
Estuaries - wild or reclaimed
AH our major estuaries are at the moment being studied as possible sites for barrages or docks or land reclamation. At the same time they are becoming ever more precious as sanctuaries for wildlife and as playgrounds for holidaymakers. Among those taking part:
PETER CONDER. Director of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds: DAVID FAIRHALL of The Guardian: REG HOOKWAY , Deputy Chief Planner, Department of the Environment.
Produced by LEONIE COHN
(February 14: first of three programmes on the Roskill Commission)
C. Day Lewis
The Poet Laureate presents a personal anthology of prose and poetry before an invited audience at Broadcasting House, London.
He is joined in the studio by his wife Jill Balcon who reads some of the pieces for him. Produced by ANNE DUNCAN-JONES
All Israel shall be saved