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: Sunday Reading

FR JOHN DALRYMPLE continues reading from his book
The Christian Affirmation
7.55 Weather, programme news

Contributors

Unknown: Fr John Dalrymple

: News

: Sunday Papers

: Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye

Make Yourself at Home
Programme for Asian listeners

: Sunday

A weekly programme of religious news and views presented by PAUL BARNES Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER

Contributors

Presented By: Paul Barnes
Reporter: Douglas Brown
Producer: David Winter

: Weather

: News

: Sunday Papers

: The Archers

Contributors

Written By: Brian Hayles
Written By: Bruno Milna
Editor: Godfrey Baseley
Producer: Tony Shryane

: Morning Service

from Armagh Road Presbyterian Church. Portadown. Co Armagh conducted by the Minister, THE REV WILLIAM S. MAGEE
Hymns (RCH): Dear Lord and Father (245); My God, I thank thee (441); Whate'er my God ordains is right (540); How bright these glorious spirits shine! (223)
Metrical Psalm 139 version 2
Scripture readings (NEB): Psalm 139; 1 John 1
Organist RODNEY SPENCE

Contributors

Unknown: William S. Magee
Organist: Rodney Spence

: Week's Good Cause

SIR CONRAD CORFIELD appeals on behalf of Yateley Industries for Disabled Girls
This provides residential care, training and paid employment in textile hand-block printing for severely disabled girls.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Conrad Corfield
Unknown: Conrad Corfield

: Motoring and the Motorist

Questions from motoring enthusiasts working and living in the City of London are answered by: JOHN gott. Chief Constable, Northampton and County Constabulary
Mrs ELWYN REED , driving school instructor and proprietor
BOB BERRY , a director of British Leyland International
MAXWELL BOYD, motoring correspondent of the Sunday Times Chairman PETER WEST
Recorded in the Livery Hall. Guildhall, City of London Producer JIM PESTRIDGE at 11.43* the latest traffic report

Contributors

Unknown: John Gott.
Unknown: Mrs Elwyn Reed
Unknown: Bob Berry
Producer: Jim Pestridge

: From the Grass Roots

A countrywide look at politics from outside Westminster Presented from Bristol by GEORGE SCOTT
Producer ANTHONY SMITH Ring 0272 39432

Contributors

Unknown: George Scott
Producer: Anthony Smith

: Whatever You Think

Cliff Michelmore invites you to ring him on [number removed]to exchange ideas live by phone on any subject bar party politics with his studio guests:
Jonathan Miller, stage director and Research Fellow in the History of Medicine
Marghanita Laski, writer and reviewer whose special interest is words and their meanings Brian Connell, journalist, interviewer and commentator
[number removed](16 lines) will take calls from 11.0 am onward. Or send your question in ad-vance on a postcard with your telephone number to Whatever You Think, Room 4066, Broadcasting House, London WIA 1AA
12.55Weather, programmenews

: The World This Weekend: News

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

Contributors

Presented By: Nicholas Woolley
Editor: Harry Brown

: Gardeners' Question Time

visits Cheswardine, Shropshire

: Afternoon Theatre

Summer
A play in six days and six nights by ROMAIN WEINGARTEN translated from the French and adapted for radio by HENRY REED One of the great successes of the Paris theatre in recent times, Summer was briefly seen on the stage in London's West End some time ago. This radio version is based on a new translation by Henry Reed. a girl of 14 or 15 her feeble-minded brother
Producer MARTIN ESSLIN

Contributors

Unknown: Romain Weingarten
Unknown: Henry Reed
Translation By: Henry Reed.
Producer: Martin Esslin
Chop-Cherry, a cat: Carleton Hobbs
Lord High Garlic, another cat: Norman Shelley
Lorette: Rosalind Shanks
Simon: David Spenser
Narrator: Peter Williams

: The Changing Past

The last programme in the present series illustrating Archaeology in context: how it is becoming increasingly involved with seemingly unrelated influences.
Changing Attitudes to the Past Recently there has been a growing recognition of archaeology as an important public issue in urban redevelopment and motorway construction. MARTIN BIDDLE. G. TURNER NICHOLAS FARRANT
PETER ADDYMAN ,PHILIP BARKER Introduced by PETER FOWLER Producer ROY HAYWARD (from Bristol.)

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Biddle.
Unknown: G. Turner
Unknown: Nicholas Farrant
Unknown: Peter Addyman
Unknown: Philip Barker
Introduced By: Peter Fowler
Producer: Roy Hayward

: The Living World

Talking Point

: In Touch

What future for the capstan-lathe operator? JANE FINNIS has been investigating training and employment opportunities for blind people in light engineering. Introduced by * DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL
Producer THENA HESHEL

Contributors

Introduced By: David Scott Blackhall
Producer: Thena Heshel

: Down Your Way

BRIAN JOHN STON recently visited Ystradsynlais, Breconshire Producer PHYLLIS ROBINSON
5.55 Weather, programme news

Contributors

Unknown: Brian John Ston
Producer: Phyllis Robinson

: News

: The Double-Dealers

Stories from the world of industrial spying with in Priceless Stationery by DAVID ELLIS
Confidential documents ... in fact practically anything that would mean increased profits for a firm if by getting their hands on it they'd be one jump ahead of their competitors ... you'd expect stealing them to be an offence, wouldn'you? ... Well, it damn well isn't!'
Series created by JOHN ELLIOT and STEPHEN BARLAY. Producer BRIAN MILLER (from Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: David Ellis
Unknown: John Elliot
Unknown: Stephen Barlay.
Producer: Brian Miller
Geoffrey Burch: Frederick Jaeger
Frank Orchard: Barry Foster
Kate Trehair: Kika Markham
Webby: Constance Chapman
Oscar Lewis: Jeremy Young
Henry Stolip: John Samson
Gordon: Martin Friend
Walsh: Martin Friend
Baker: William Fox
Harvey Angelis: Cec Linder

: Many a Slip

'twixt Isobel Barnett
Eleanor Summerfield and Richard Murdoch , David Nixon Tune twisters from STEVE RACE In the chair ROY PLOMLEY Devised and written by IAN MESSITER
Producer PETER TITHERADGE

Contributors

Unknown: Isobel Barnett
Unknown: Eleanor Summerfield
Unknown: Richard Murdoch
Unknown: David Nixon
Unknown: Steve Race
Unknown: Roy Plomley
Written By: Ian Messiter
Producer: Peter Titheradge

: Questions of Belief

From St Mark's Church, Wimbledon. people in the area of the Merton Festival recently put the.ir questions about religion to LORD SOPER: ANNE ALLEN , journalist; and DAVID TRIBE , former Chairman of the National Secular Society. Chairman COLIN SEMPER
Producer RICHARD TITCHEN

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Allen
Unknown: David Tribe
Unknown: Colin Semper
Producer: Richard Titchen

: Music to Remember

BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA leader colin STAVELEY conducted by JÖRG FAERBER
Mozart Symphony No 41, in c major (Jupiter) (K 551)
8.31* Beethoven Symphony No 8, in F major

: Far, Far the Mountain Peak

by JOHN MASTERS: dramatised in five parts by NORMAN PAINTING with As Harry Walsh climbs to thetop of the tower of King's College Chapel, Cambridge, in May Week 1902, Peter Savage sees the goal that will obsess his life ... Part 1
Producer ANTHONY CORNISH (from Birmingham)
(Repeated: Tuesday, 3.0 pm) (Radio Times People: page 4)
9.58 Weather

Contributors

Producer: Anthony Cornish
Peter Savage: Robin Ellis
: Gareth Forwood
Gerry,: Lord Manningford
Emily Fenton: Liane Aukin
Lady Margaret: Maria Aitken
Adam Khan: Saeed Jaffrey
Harry Walsh: John Rowe
Mally Mrs Fenton: Marigold Sharman
George Fenton: Arthur Pentelow
Undergraduates: Jeremy Sinden
Undergraduates: John Berwyn

: News

: The Long March of Everyman

Themes and Variations from the History of the People in Britain, based upon their own words.
24: Semi-Detached. Middle-class Britain between the Wars
Composed and produced by DANIEL SNOWMAN under the direction of Asa Briggs , Professor of History and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sussex, who also speaks the commentary.
(Further details: Wed, 3.45 pm)

Contributors

Produced By: Daniel Snowman
Unknown: Asa Briggs

: Epilogue

The first fntits of his creature*

: Weather

: News

: Closedown









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