Sermons in Solitary Confinement by RICHARD WURMBRAND Read by PAUL SCOFIELD
7.55 Weather; programme news
Religious news and views presented by PAUL BARNES Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
from St Peter 's Parish Church, Belfast
Conducted by the Rector, THE REV WILLIAM E. HARRIS assisted by THE REV NIALL BAYLY Psalm 81. vv 1-11
Hymns (ich): Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness (466); Rise up, 0 men of God 428); Soldiers of Christ, arise (548) Anthem: Sing to the Lord (Tallis)
Lessons: 1 Chronicles 16, vv 23-31; St Mark 6. vv '1-6 Organist PETER HARRIS
DR MERVYN STOCKWOOD, Bishop of Southwark, appeals on behalf of Cambridge House and Talbot Settlement, centres of neighbourhood work in one of the poorest areas of London.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: The Bishop of Southwark, Cambridge House[address removed]
Introduced by JIM PESTRIDGE Anniversaries
Department of the Environment second anniversary: ELDON GRIF FITHS, MP, talks to MAXWELL BOYD of the Sunday Times. MICHAEl. KEMP of the Daily Mail and COLIN RIACH of the BBC.
50 Years of Broadcasting - look back at motoring broadcasts and personalities over the years.
75th Anniversary of the RAC: NELSON mills BALDWIN, Secretary General of the Royal Automobile Club.
Producer ARTHUR PHILLIPS at 11.43* the latest traffic report
A countrywide look at politics from outside Westminster
Presented from Birmingham by GEORGE SCOTT
Producer DAVID SHUTE Ring: [number removed]
Cliff Michelmore invites you to ring him on [number removed]to exchange ideas live by phone on any subject bar party politics with studio guests:
Andrew Sinclair , historian, film producer and novelist
Marghanita Laski , writer and reviewer, whose special interest is words and their meanings
John Ebdon , director London Planetarium, and churchman, whose enthusiasms include the countryside and dialects
[number removed](16 lines) will take calls from 11.0 am onward. Or send your question to Whatever You Think, Room 4066, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA
12.55 Weather, programme news
leads off this 60-minute up-to-the-minute report: presented by Nicholas Woolley
Editor HARRY BROWN
at Derby Radio Week
(Repeated: Tuesday, 4.0 pm)
Time and the Conways by J. B. PRIESTLEY
'No, Time's only a kind of dream. Kay. If it wasn'it would have to destroy everything - the whole universe - and then remake it again every tenth of a second. But Time doesn'destroy anything. It merely moves us on - in this life - from one peephole to the next.'
Acts 1 and 3 take place on an autumn night in 1919; Act 2 on an autumn night in 1938. Producer ALAN AYCKBOURN
(from Leeds: broadcast in 1969)
2.30 Starting German: Reisebiiro Atlas
5: Im Erfrischungsraum (On medium wave. Mons R3)
3.0 Tat como es Second-year Spanish. 5: Carmen Ruiz goes shopping at an indoor market in Chamartin (On medium wave, Mons R3)
3.30 Vient de Paraltre A third-year French course
14: Louise cherche un logement
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners' questions With HUGH SCULLY
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
Points of Reference: JANE FINNIS reports on a test run around the London Underground using a newly issued braille map. Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKBALL Producer THENA HESHEL
Broadcasting House: on the occasion of the BBC's 50th anniversary,
BRIAN JOHNSTON visits Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London, to talk to some of the people who work there.
Producer RICHARD BURWOOD
(Extended version: Wed, 7.30)
I have been looking after my brother for the last 20 years. We are both unmarried and I get no thanks for what I do. I am now 67 and getting very fed up with this situation. Is there a 'way out ' for me without feeling guilty towards my brother?
One of the problems sent in by listeners which will be discussed in today's programme by DR WENDY GREENGROSS , DR JAMES HEMMING and GERALD SANCTUARY
Chairman JEAN METCALFE Producer THENA HESHEL
A panel game devised by TONY SHRYANE and EDWARD J. MASON
Dilys Powell and Frank Muir challenge Anne Scott-James and Denis Norden
In the chair Jack Longland
(Repeated: Thursday, 12.25 pm)
Sixth-formers and their parents at Loxford High School, Ilford, recently put their questions on moral, religious and social issues to:
MARJORIE PROOPS , Daily Mirror FR TREVOR HUDDLESTON , Bishop of Stepney
PRAFUL PATEL, Asian member of the Uganda Resettlement Board, chairman of the Swaminarayan Hindu Mission
Chairman GEOFFREY SMITH Producer JACK SINGLETON
ULF HOELSCHER (violin) BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA leader COLIN STAVELEY conducted by OLE SCHMIDT
Mozart Violin Concerto No 5, in A major (K 219)
8.30* Beethoven Symphony No 1. in c major
The novel by W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM adapted as a serial in five parts by HOWARD AGG
3: Mildred Rogers
Philip, now a medical student at St Luke's Hospital. London, has encountered
Mildred Rogers , a waitress in a local teashop. Disliking her insolent manner, he yet finds himself strangely drawn towards the young woman.
(For cast see Tues, 3.0 pm)
Andrew Shonfield , Director of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, who begins this year's Reith Lectures on Tuesday, in conversation with IAN MCINTVRE.
Producer GEORGE MACBETH
(The six talks will be given on Tuesdays. Radio 4; repeated the following Sunday, Radio 3; and printed in The Listener. Radio Times People: page 4)
The captain of our salvation