Christ is Alive
Points from the recent book by Michel Quoist chosen and read by BRONWEN ASTOR
7.55 Weather; programme news
VHF (also on 202m Ramsgate): see below
Make Yourself at Home
A programme for listeners from India and Pakistan
from Emmanuel Congregational Church, Cambridge: conducted by THE REV DAVID GEDDES
Hymns (cp): From all that dwell below the skies (746): Lord, thou hast been our dwelling-place (520); In heavenly love abiding (412); Forth in thy name (593): Psalm 62
Lessons (NEB): Romans 8, vv 31-39; Matthew 7, vv 24-29 Organist JOAN WRYCROFT
visits Corby, Northamptonshire. questions answered by: JOHN gott, Chief Constable Northampton and County Constabulary: MRS ANNE HALL , Driving school instructor: ERIC TOBITT. motoring broadcaster; MARTYN WATKINS , motoring journalist. Chairman PETER WEST Producer JAMES PESTRIDGE
11.43* The latest traffic report
A countrywide look at politics from outside Westminster Presented from Bristol by GEORGE SCOTT
Producer ANTHONY SMITH
with Jacky Gillott who this week goes to see Peggy Ashcroft in Marguerite Duras 's play The Lovers of Viorne: the film Diary of a Mad Housewife; and Sculpture from the 60s, a new collection at the Tate.
Producers JOCELYN FERGUSON and MIRIAM RAPP
12.55 Weather; programme news
leads off this 60-minute up-to-the-minute report presented by Nicholas Woolley
Editor HARRY BROWN
(Repeated: Tuesday. 4.0 pm)
A portrait of George Eliot written and narrated by GABRIEL WOOLF with Oth-ers taking part:
SEAN ARNOLD , WILFRID CARTER
KATHLEEN HELME. GODFREY KENTON Mary Ann Evans was of humble origins and for 24 years she flouted public opinion by living with the critic G. H. Lewes.
She is now widely thought to have been England's greatest Victorian novelist, and the wit. compassion and humanity that inform her books were equally characteristic of her life.
Producer HALLAM TENNYSON
G H Lewes:
by J. B. PRIESTLEY : arranged for radio in 13 episodes by NEVILLE TELLER
Reader Wilfred Pickles
2: Three Travellers and Some Dinky Doos
Mr Oakroyd has left home and is hovering on the brink of meeting Miss Elizabeth Trant. Producer TREVOR HILL
TONY SOPER and MARGARET HOWARD introduce this weekly programme about pets and the people who are concerned with them.
Producer ROY HAYWARD
(Letters to ' Pets and People,' BBC. Bristol BS8 2LR)
Around the House
JOHN BUXTON 's home in Wiltshire is the scene of this month's Radio Nature Trail.
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
Be Prepared: JOCELYN HAY has some suggestions how blind schoolchildren home on holiday can be helped by local Scouts and Guides. Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL
Producer THENA HESHEL
(Extended version: Wed, 7.30)
5.55 Weather; programme news
A novel-sequence (1914-1968) arranged for radio in 29 parts 17: Two Brothers
1946. Lewis Eliot becomes increasingly concerned with the way in which his younger brother Martin seems to be engineering a successful career for himself and at the rift that is growing between them. (For cast see Tues, 3.0 pm)
With NORMAN CUDDEFORD
Cricket reports on selected John Player League matches.
6.56* Cricket Scoreboard Producer GEOFF DOBSON
About people - what they believe and what they do A Walk with the Dean of St Paul's
In which colin SEMPER talks to THE DEAN in the parts of the City surrounding St Paul 's, takes him to a nightclub but ends the evening on his knees in the deserted Cathedral at midnight.
Producer PETER ARMSTRONG
THE EARL OF MARCH appeals on behalf of the Adoption Resource Exchange
ARE helps to find adoptive homes for children hard to place because of colour, age or handicap.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
conducted by GEORGE SZELL ISAAC STERN (violin) gramophone records Part 1
Rossini Overture: The Turk in Italy
7.39* Mozart Violin Concerto No 3, in G (K 216)
8.4* Beethoven Symphony No 5, in c minor
MAURICE TEMPLE SMITH asks: What isn' progress? and questions some commonly held assumptions about the ways in which society advances,
This is the first of three talks. Next week he considers the question: Do we know too much?
Borodin Polovtsian Dances
9.1* Tchaikovsky Capriccio Italien
9.17* Wagner Dawn and Siegfried's Rhine Journey (Gbtterdammerung)
Next week Walter Greenwood. the 70-year-old author of Love on the Dole, is to receive an Honorary Doctorate at Salford University.
Earlier this year, when his dramatised autobiography Hanky Park opened at the Mermaid, the author came down to London from his home in the Isle of Man specially for the occasion. While here he came to record a short interview with JOHN TUSA , but it proved impossible to stem the fascinating flood of memories he recaptured of life as a child in Salford after the Great War. and later in the depression of the 20s and early 30s.
Tonight JOHN TUSA presents just a few of them.
Producer MARLENE PEASE
(The old habits die hard: p 12)
Sean O'Faolain chooses as his companion ' a man concerned, amused, interested, fascinated by the ideas that perhaps lie behind, build up to, are interwoven with the heart.' Reader HILTON EDWARDS of the Dublin Gate Theatre Producer JOHN BOYD