ATHENE SEYLER reads from
The Founder of Christianity by Dr C. H. Dodd
7.55 Weather; programme news
Dr C. H.
VHF (also on 202m Ramsgate): see below
Make Yourself at Home
A programme for listeners from India and Pakistan
9.30-10.30 VHF Open University: see below
A series of broadcasts during Lent on difficult sayings of Jesus recorded in the Gospels 4: If anyone speaks against the Holy Spirit
Conducted by THE RT REV MGR PETER STRAND, KCHS
Preacher FR KEVIN MAGUIRE , OSB From the Roman Catholic Church of St Edmund of Canterbury. Beckenham, Kent. Readings: 1 Corinthians 15, vv 42-54; Luke 12. vv 1-12
Come, 0 Creator Spirit (Veni Creator: EH 154): 0 taste and see (Vaughan Williams): Holy, holy, holy (Nicaea: Praise the Lord 90): Thou knowest, Lord (Purcell); Almighty God , we beseech thee (Heardson); Lord Jesus, think on me (South-well: Praise the Lord 60) Choirmaster THOMAS FULLER Organist HARRY GREGORY
Introduced by jim PESTRIDGE Petrol Economy
NEVILLE POWLEY investigates.
The Mobil Economy Run 1971: HARRY HEYWOOD , ERIC TOBITT 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 Manchester by GEORGE SCOTT
Produced by MICHAEL GREEN
To telephone your comments during the programme ring [number removed]
Introduced by Sheridan Morley A personal choice of what's new and what's always around us in the arts - including the Sadler's Wells production of Mozart's opera The Seraglio; the exhibition SNAP at the National Portrait Gallery; and Rabelais by Jean-Louis Bar rault at the Round House.
Produced by ROSEMARY HART and ALAN HAYDOCK
12.55 Weather; programmenews
leads off this 60-minute up-to-the-minute report presented by David Jessel
Editor HARRY BROWN
(Repeated: Tuesday, 4.0 pm)
by STEPHEN GRENFELL
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS
Rev Basil Filey:
Rev Arthur Summers:
Boetie Du Plessis:
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 magazine edition of this programme about wildlife and the countryside
Introduced by DEREK JONES
Produced by DILYS BREESE
(Shortened version: Wed.9.5 am)
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
As Others See Us: JUNE ROSE talks to some sighted people about their views on blindness. Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKBALL
-Produced by THENA HESHEL
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited this holiday island
5.55 Weather; programme news
A novel-sequence (1914-1968) arranged for radio in 29 parts with Geoffrey Matthews as Lewis Eliot
1: Early Beginnings
Young lewis Eliot leaves school and becomes a junior clerk in a Midlands Education Office-and for the first time faces the challenge of opportunity and decision.
(For cast see Tues, 3.0 pm) (The Snows of yesteryear: p 12)
Tonight: Ian McIntyre
A Pair of Brothers
Harry Secombe and The Rev Fred Secombe talk to JOHN cower about the work each has chosen to do - and the faith they share together
Produced by HUBERT HOSKINS
ARCHBISHOP LORD FISHER
OF LAMBETH appeals on behalf of The Friends of the Poor and Gentlefolk's Help
This voluntary society gives financial help to the needy elderly and sick, and administers 13 residential homes with nursing care.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
David Franklin introduces a programme of favourite operatic music LOIS MCDONALL (soprano)
GEOFFREY CHARD (baritone) BBC CHORUS
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conducted by NICHOLAS BRAITHWAITE
Produced by ANTHONY PHILPOTT
This is the fifth of six public concerts presented by the BBC in association with the Directors of Sadler's Wells Trust Including excerpts from Mozart 11 Seraglio
Mussorgsky Boris Godunov
Offenbach Tales of Hoffmann Verdi Rigoletto Part 1
In IAN GRIMBLE 'S last talk he looks at the world of affluent, welfare societies and asks whether people today really want safety or do they prefer danger; if so, in what form?
(Lois McDonall and Geoffrey Chard broadcast by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera)
A look at the present plight and the future shape of town and country: compiled and introduced by NICHOLAS TAYLOR What Place for the Arts.'
More money is still provided by the Government for the arts in London than in the rest of the country, but in the last five years there has been increasing activity in the regions.
What should be the priorities of the new Minister for the Arts?
Among the speakers are
JENNIE LEE , the former Minister for the Arts: NIGEL ABER crombie, Chief Regional Adviser, Arts Council; JOHN ENGLISH , Director of Cannon Hill Arts Centre for Young People, Birmingham; JOHN PINCHES , Director of Arts and Recreation. Teesside.
Produced by LEONIE COHN
Godfrey Winn presents a selection of prose, verse, songs and music to celebrate Mother's Day
I remember my mother, the day that we met, A thing I shall never entirely forget ...
G. K. CHESTERTON
All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does; that is his ...
My poor, dear darling child.' How dreadfully vexed, worried and fidgety I am at this untoward sprain I can'tell youl How could you do itt ...
Readers BETTY HARDY and FRANK DUNCAN
Produced by BARBARA CROWTHER
Rejoice in the Lord alway