The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth, including live reports from the Seventh Test at
Sydney, 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
A series in which you meet interesting and unusual people from all walks of life. The Outsider
Colin Wilson , the writer, talks to PEGGY ARCHER and confesses: I have always been a loner and would hate to be anything else.'
Voix de France
15: Le spleen au dix-neuvieme siècle. Written by ODETTE LHENRY (Sixth-form French)
10.50 A Curner for Mustc by ALBERT CHATTERLEY
15: Wheels within wheels
(This programme should be tape-recorded)
A Tunnel into Time
11.20 The Shell. Extract from The Railway Game, autobiography Of CLIFFORD DYMENT (Listening and Writing)
11.40 Prospect. 2000 AD-Leisure Compiled by ANTHONY SCHOOLING
Jeanine McMullen presents the Radio 4 series that tackles topics of direct concern to you. Today's main feature: Your Own Time
Fashion in Dogs: STANLEY DAN-GERFIELD talks about breed popularity and changing taste. And other topical items too.
Let's Join In
A hamster, a hamster, all golden and white by ANN LOVELL
2.20 You and Survival
5: Nor any drop to drink Written by LEWIS JONES
Presented by PETER PACEY
2.40 The Man who rode a Tiger An Indian folk tale retold by ALAN C. JENKINS
Produced by ELIZABETH ORNBO (Stories and Rhymes: 7-9)
The General bv c. S. FORESTER adapted by RICHARD WORTLEY and GRAEME KENT with Stephen Thorne and Jane Wenham
' I can'get used to this business of leading by telephone.' says Lieutenant-General Sir Herbert Curzon. His meteoric rise to Corps Commander is followed by crisis and climax at Passchendaele (1917).
Produced by Richard WORTLEY
Hear again some of the best one-hour plays broadcast in recent years.
Duke of Bude:
Duchess of Bude:
NANCY WISE makes a personal selection of items from the many broadcasts on BBC Radio and TV during the past seven days.
Introduced by ROBERT DOUGALL Research by JEAN STROUD
Produced by RICHARD BURWOOD (Shortened version: Sat, 4.30)
A spontaneous discussion by RUSSELL BRADDON. ANTONY HOPKINS SYLVIA SYMS, HUGH SCANLON Chairman DAVID JACOBS
Produced by Michael BOWEN from the Civic Theatre, Chelmsford, Essex
(Repeated: Saturday. 1.15 pm) Listeners' views for use in Any Answers? should be sent to Any Answers?, BBC, Bristol. BS8 2LR
A report by John Tusa London commuters' fares go up about 20 per cent next month. largely because the Government has withdrawn a £10-million subsidy. Another increase follows in 1972. Many rural bus services will close this year unless the Government and local authorities find subsidies. Railway services which lose money are also under review. More than four million rural dwellers are still without cars.
With reports from East Suffolk and the Manchester area and comment by PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER FOSTER , recently Director-General of Economic Planning, Ministry of Transport: JOHN OSBORN , mp. Chairman. Conservative Transport Industries Committee; RT HON RICHARD MARSH , mp. Minister of Transport 1968-69.
Produced by RICHARD KEEN
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