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: Sunday Reading

THE DEAN OF GUILDFORD On What Kind of Loving? ' (from More Sermons from Great St Mary's)
7.55Weather; programme news

: The News

8.10 Sunday Papers

: Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye

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)

: Sunday

VHF (also on 202m Ramsgate): see column 5

: Weather

: The News

9.5 Sunday Papers

: Letter from America

bv ALISTAIR COOKE

Contributors

Unknown: Alistair Cooke

: The Archers

9.30-10.30 VHF Open University: see col 5

Contributors

Writer: Brian Hayles
Writer: Bruno Milna
Editor: Godfrey Baseley
Producer: Tony Shryane

: Morning Service

from the Chapel of The Queen's College. Birmingham: conducted by THE REV TREVOR ROWE Hymns: Rejoice with us in God the Trinity; How shall I sing that majesty?; And art thou come with us to dwell?; Be thou my vision
Readings: Job 26. vv 7-14; St Luke 4. vv 14-21; 1 Corinthians 12. vv 14-27
Choirmaster IAN YATES Pianist BRIAN FINDLAY

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Rowe
Choirmaster: Ian Yates
Pianist: Brian Findlay

: Motoring and the Motorist

Introduced by JIM PESTRIDGE
Caravanning: the pros and cons, by JEAN ROBINSON
Motor Caravans, by FRED TINGEY Caravan Holiday in America, by JOHN CADE. Editor of Practical Camper
The Continental Roads this Year: by PAT MACNACHTEN
Produced by ARTHUR PHILLIPS together with topical news and at 11.43* the latest traffic report

Contributors

Introduced By: Jim Pestridge
Unknown: Jean Robinson
Unknown: John Cade.
Unknown: Pat MacNachten
Produced By: Arthur Phillips

: From the Grass Roots

A countrywide look at politics from outside Westminster
Presented from Birmingham by GEORGE SCOTT
Produced by DAVID SHUTE
To telephone your comments during the programme ring [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: George Scott
Produced By: David Shute

: Options

Introduced by Philip Oakes who this week sees Harold Pinter 's new play Old Times at the Aldwych; Much Ado About Nothing at Stratford-. upon-Avon; an exhibition of Constable's paintings just opening at the Tate; and the film I Love My Wife
Produced by JOCELYN FERGUSON and MIRIAM RAPP
12.55 Weather; programmenews

Contributors

Introduced By: Philip Oakes
Unknown: Harold Pinter
Produced By: Jocelyn Ferguson
Produced By: Miriam Rapp

: The World This Weekend The One O'Clock News

leads off this 60-minute up-to-the-minute report presented by Nicholas Woolley
Editor HARRY BROWN

Contributors

Presented By: Nicholas Woolley
Presented By: Harry Brown

: Gardeners' Question Time in Cornwall

(Repeated: Tuesday, 4.0 pm)

: The Sunday Play: The Fifth Column

by Ernest Hemingway
A play of the Spanish Civil War adapted for radio by Peggy Wells
With Patrick Allen
"We're in for 50 years of undeclared wars and I've signed up for the duration. I don't exactly remember when it was, but I signed up all right."

Contributors

Author: Ernest Hemingway
Adapted for radio by: Peggy Wells
Singing by: The Boys of Tudor Grange School, Solihull
Producer: Anthony Cornish
Dorothy: Liane Aukin
Preston: Kerry Francis
Manager: Roger Delgado
Philip: Patrick Allen
Anita: Carolyn Jones
Electrician/Antonio: Leonard Fenton
First Comrade: Desmond McNamara
Second Comrade/Waiter: Jeremy Mason
Petra: Kathleen Helme
Wilkinson/Aide: Jeffrey Shankley
Max/General: Jon Rollason
Civilian: George Woolley

: Pets and People

TONY SOPER and MARGARET HOWARD introduce this weekly programme about pets and the people who are concerned with them.
Produced by PAMELA HOWE
(Letters to ' Pets and People.' BBC. Bristol BS8 2LR)

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Soper
Unknown: Margaret Howard
Produced By: Pamela Howe

: The Living World

Talking Point: reflecting listeners' queries and comments on wildlife and the countryside Introduced by DEREK JONES
(Shortened version: Wed, 9.5 am)

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Jones

: In Touch

A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
ConferenceTime: GEORGE MILLER reports on the annual meeting of the National Federation of the Blind
Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL
Produced by THENA HESHEL

Contributors

Unknown: George Miller
Introduced By: David Scott Blackhall
Produced By: Thena Heshel

: Down Your Way: Angus

FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited the Kirriemuir District of Angus
Produced by PHYLLIS ROBINSON (Extended version: Wed, 7.30)
5.55 Weather; programme news

Contributors

Unknown: Franklin Engelmann
Produced By: Phyllis Robinson

: C. P. Snow's Strangers and Brothers

A novel-sequence (1914-1968) arranged for radio in 29 parts 12: The Election
12 December 1937. Eight days to the College election, and a deadlock. Six votes for Jagosix for Crawford.
(For cast see Tuesday, 3.0)

: Sunday Sport

With NORMAN CUDDEFORD
Cricket: three of today's John Player League matches
Cycling: Milk Race - Tour of Britain: JOHN BURNS on the seventh stage from Derby to Birmingham
Lawn Tennis: International Championships of France: reports on the finals by MAURICE EDELSTON from the Stade Roland Garros in Paris Racing from France: Report on this afternoon's racing from Chantillv, including the Prix du Jockey Club French Derby)
6.52* Cricket Scoreboard
Produced by JACOB DE VRIES

Contributors

Unknown: John Burns
Unknown: Maurice Edelston
Unknown: Stade Roland Garros
Produced By: Jacob de Vries

: Week's Good Cause

IAN CARMICHAEL appeals on behalf of the New Centre for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing at Oxford
Funds are urgently needed to develop this Centre which helps people of aU ages in the Oxford area who are handicapped by any degree of deafness.
Donations. preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Carmichael
Unknown: Ian Carmichael

: Bath Festival 1971 The Barber of Seville

A comic opera in two acts Libretto by CESARE STERBINI Music by ROSSINI (sung in Italian)
A concert performance from The Colston Hall , Bristol Cast in order of singing:
JOHN CONSTABLE
(harpsichord continuo) ORCHESTRA OF THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE leader CHARLES TAYLOR conducted bv DAVID ATHERTON
The action takes place in Seville Act 1
Scene 1: Outside Dr Bartolo's house at dawn. Scene 2: Inside the house later the same morning

Contributors

Unknown: Cesare Sterbini
Unknown: Colston Hall
Leader: Charles Taylor
Unknown: David Atherton

: * The Interval Ringed by Fire

A series of set pieces by fire eaters, walkers and watchers, with coruscating commentary in tongues of flame.
Compiled by MARGARET COX from BBC Sound Archive recordings Produced by MADDEAU STEWART

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Cox
Produced By: Maddeau Stewart

: * The Barber of Seville

Act 2: The music room of Dr Bartolo's house, late afternoon followed by an interlude

: Weather

: With Great Pleasure

Max Adrian
' I was born in the Edwardian era, and I like to say I march with the century. It's not strictly true. but it has a nice sound, and is near enough to the truth.'
In a personal anthology of poetry and prose, given before an invited audience at the Playhouse Theatre in London. Max Adrian recalls his childhood in Ireland.
Produced by JOHN KNIGHT

Contributors

Unknown: Max Adrian
Produced By: John Knight

: The Epilogue

The Most High

: Weather

: The Late News

All the day's news

: Closedown









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