The world this morning: Britain at breakfast-time and the news from anywhere on earth introduced by John Timpson and Robert Robinson
7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50-8.0 Regional news, weather and programme news
Fyfe Robertson wanders around some of Scotland's many islands, meets the people and sees the sights.
2: The Black Isle
Not truly an island but almost as cut off: a retreat for writers and craftsmen: the old town of Cromarty and the farms above the Firth.
Producer JOHN GRAY
Ten portraits by JULIA SMALL
10: The Boaster (Toad from The Wind in the Willows by KENNETH GRAHAME )
Narrator DAVID DAVIS
'This is the end of everything! At least, it is the end of Toad, which is the same thing ... the popular and handsome Toad! How can I hope to be ever set at large again, who have been imprisoned so justly for stealing so handsome a motor-car in such an audacious manner? '
Producer GRAHAM GAULD
John Edmunds presents the Radio 4 series that tackles topics of direct concern to you. Today's main feature: Your Own Time
A lovesome thing? Whether backyard or landscaped, gardens should be there to enjoy. KEN SYKORA meets people with the answers.
And other topical items too.
VHF South West: see column 5
starring Sybil Thorndike
Four of the great scenes from St Joan by BERNARD SHAW chosen by Dame Sybil, who acts her original role in this play which took London by storm in 1924. ' It's 43 years since Dame Sybil Thorndike first played Shaw's St Joan. Yesterday Dame Sybil was at it again, playing the part of the 19-year-old Saint and sounding totally convincing. That's quite an achievement at the age of 42 but at 85 it's just incredible' (SUNDAY TIMES: 28 May 1967) with Walter Fitzgerald , Ian McKellen Clive Morton. Michael Spice and Alan Wheatley
Cast in order of speaking
JOHN FOULDS'S music (composed for the 1924 production) conducted by ALAN PAUL Producer GRAHAM GAULD
Robert de Baudricourt:
Canon de Courcelles:
The autobiography of His Holiness The Dalai Lama edittd by DAVID HOWARTH abridged in four parts by EILEEN CAPEL
Read bv DAVID SPENSER
2: Tradition and Turmoil
' By whatever name religion mav be known, its understanding and practice are the essence of a peaceful mind and therefore of a peaceful world. If there is no peace in one's mind, there can be no peace in one's approach to others. '
Producer DAVID H. GODFREY
Nicholas Parsons takes a look at who's talking and the issues they're talking about, with the help and hindrance of an invited audience at Broadcasting House. London.
This week's special guest is Jimmy Young and Clement Freud comments from Unusually Reliable Sources...
Producer ANNE DUNCAN-JONES
An enquiry into the discontents of the teaching profession by Ian McIntyre
A recent strike, growing militancy and strife between the eight teachers' unions in England and Wales have focused attention on their dissatisfaction with pay. But the question of salary is only one problem that hampers the education of children. Training, career prospects and curriculum developments arc also issues that affect the quality of education that schools offer. Do we pay teachers enough?
Do they give value for money? Producer GEORGE FISCHER
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