The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by Jack de Manio and John Timpson
7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50-8.0 Regional news, weather and programme news
8.0 The News and more of Today
(including, in the Midlands and E Anglia, Regional Extra; and Today in the South and West introduced by DEREK JONES ) VHF East Anglia: see col 5
8.40 Today's Papers
Talking Point: reflecting listeners' queries and comments on wildlife and the countryside. Introduced by DEREK JONES Produced by DILYS BREESE
(Shortened version of Sunday's broadcast) ‡
Questions to Talking Point, The Living World, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Horizons de France
5: La famine franchise (i)
Written by GEOFFREY BRAITHWAITE (Fifth-year French)
10.45 Foreign Correspondent
Introduced by GRAHAM TAYAR
5: Living in Headlines
Series edited by SIMON CLEMENTS
(for the 15-16 age group)
11.20 Discovery: Measurement
2 Have you high standards? by ARTHURVIALLS
Presented by RICHARDBEBB†
11.48 Contemporary History 5: Hungary 1956
Script by STUART EVANS
Derek Cooper presents the Radio 4 series that tackles topics of direct concern to you Today's main feature: Your Rights and Responsibilities
In Care: What are the grounds for taking a child into care? What are the legal and pratical implications? LESLIE SMITH investigates...
Other topical items too, and a selection from your letters in What's On Your Mind?
VHF South West: see cot 5
Written and adapted for radio from their television series by PAULINE DEVANEY and EDWIN APPS Onlty Three Can Play and 12.55 Weather, information and news for your area
starring the Archdeacon:
the Bishop's Chaplain:
Mot'ement, Mime, and Music 1 for the 7-9-year-olds by JAMES DODDING
2.20 The Male Animal by JAMES THURBER and ELLIOTT NUGENT - 2
Produced by DAVID LYTTLE (Books, Plays, Poems)
2.45 Looking Inside by LESLEY GOULD. (Nature)
We Can't All Be
Martin Luther King by LEWIS NKOSI with Kenneth Gardnier
David Guiana is a highly successful Negro actor and has won the ' best actor of the year ' award. This naturally brings him success but it also brings its problems as well.
Produced by MARTIN JENKINS
A view of a modern mental hospital: by June Rose
JUNE ROSE spent several days in Severalls, Colchester, a largish hospital - certainly not the worst, probably not the best of them all.
She talked to patients about what it's like to be there, why they're in and when they expect to get out: to doctors and nurses about living with and treating the mentally sick.
A second chance to hear this programme first broadcast last September.
Produced by RICHARD KEEN
by WOLF MANKOWITZ: abridged in four episodes by MARJORIE BILBOW The storyteller is JOE MELIA 2: The Cannibal King
After the cannibal king tried to steal Africana, his unicorn, Joe was more careful when he took Africana for a walk. He also decided to brush up his wrestling in case he should have to defend Africana.
Produced by MARTIN JENKINS
Problems from listeners' letters discussed by RENEE HOUSTON, MARGARET POWELL SHEILA VAN DAMM , JOY ADAMSON In the chair ANONA WINN Devised by ANONA winn and IAN MESSITER
Produced by CHRISTOPHER SERLE (Repeated: Friday, 12.25 pm)
A farcical comedy for radio by ANDREW SACHS with Barbara Mitchell , Bunny May and Edward Kelsey
Produced by BETTY DAVIES
(Repeated: Thursday, 3.0 pm)
Mrs Grace Lorrimer:
with MAGNUS MAGNUSSON
News of books and writers including
JOHN DONAT on ' the world's greatest architect,' Frank Lloyd Wright , in the light of an illustrated biography by his wife
ANTHONY THWAITE on Robert Frost in the light of Lawrance Thompson 's biography, with the voice of ROBERT FROST reading from The Poetry of Robert Frost, published tomorrow
Produced by JOCELYN FERGUSON (Repeated: Thursday, 3.45 pm)
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