Make Yourself at Home
Programme for Asian listeners
7.45 Bells; programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading from
Have you anything to declaref by D. W. Cleverly Ford, read by JOHN BAKER
7.55 Weather, programme news
A weekly programme of religious news and views presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter Douglas BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Parish Mass from St Edward's Church. Sutton Park , near Guildford, Surrey
Celebrant and preacher CANON GORDON ALBION
Readings: Isaiah 42, vv 1-4, 6-7; Acts 10, vv 34-38; Luke 3, vv 15. 16, 21, 22 Music: Praise to the Lord;
People's Mass (Trotman); Let all mortal flesh; All creation bless the Lord (Hayward Osborne)
Organist MONICA MARTLAND Choirmaster
FR JOHN STAPLETON
DAVID JACOBS appeals on behalf of the Richmond Fellowship which runs communities for the rehabilitation of people who have had a mental or emotional breakdown.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: David Jacobs. Richmond Fellowship. [address removed]
Talkabout ... Members of the South-Western Centre of the Institute of British Carriage and Automobile Manufacturers discuss motoring matters with HARRY WEBSTER , Director. Engineering, Austin Morris Division of British Leyland; JOE LOWREY , automobile technical writer: TOM KAREN , car designer, David Ogle Limited.
Chairman JIM PESTRIDGE Producer ANTHONY SMITH
at 11.43* the latest traffic report
A countrywide look at politics from outside Westminster
Presented from Manchester by George Scott
Producer MICHAEL GREEN King [number removed]
Derek Cooper presents the Sunday edition
12.55 Weather, programme news
presented by Gordon Clough Editor HARRY BROWN
medium wnve only Room for Argument
(La Ragione degli Altri) by LUIGI PIRANDELLO translated and adapted for radio by HENRY REED with Ian Richardson as Leonardo Arciani
Eileen Atkins as Livia Arciani and Jill Balcon as Elena Ortigera
The English premier of Pirandello's first full-length play.
It is, in a way, an ' eternal triangle ' drama, though we fairly soon realise that behind the triangle there is an almost spectral quadrangle. The cruel resolution to this situation will leave a question-mark in the mind of many a listener. Producer GLYN DEARMAN
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners' questions with HUGH SCULLY
Producer PAMELA HOWE (Bristol)
The New Improved Thames
In the late 50s, a flowing sewer; today, a haven for astonishing numbers of wild-fowl and waders, and over 70 species of fish. Today's Radio Nature Trail traces the success story of London's river.
Introduced by DEREK JONES
Producer DILYS BREESE (Bristol) (Repeated: Wednesday, 9.5 am)
Talking Book Service: DONALD BELL and DON ROSKILLY answer listeners' questions put by MARGARET RORD. Presented by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL Editor THENA HESHEL
BRIAN JOHNSTON recently visited the Arlesford district of Hampshire. Producer RICHARD BURWOOD
5.55 Weather, programme news
The Man Who Could Have Lost the War
Professor R. V. Jones , now of Aberdeen University, recalls the war years, when he was Assistant Director of Scientific Intelligence at the Air Ministry, at the heart of the struggle to discover the secrets of the Germans' new technology and blunt the ferocity of their air attack on Britain.
As Churchill wrote to him:
Script by NORMAN LONGMATE
Producer STANLEY WILLlAMISON
Professor R. V.
by Dorothy L. Sayers, adapted in five episodes by Chris Miller
The Dowager Duchess:
John P. Milligan:
A weekly miscellany of music, people and places to celebrate Sunday.
Presenter Martin Muncaster with BERNARD MILES. PATRICK O'DONOVAN DOUGLAS BROWN and MARTIN SULLIVAN , Dean of St Paul's Cathedral
Producer COLIN SEMPER
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by CLIFFORD KNOWLES conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON
Rimsky-Korsakov Russian Easter Festival Overture
8.18* Rachmaninov Symphony No 3, in A minor
by CHARLES DICKENS : adapted in 13 episodes by CHARLES LEFEAUX 3: 1 Begin Life on My Own Account
Producer CHARLES LEFEAUX
A series of four programmes presenting questions and controversies concerning science, scientists, and the public.
Introduced by Brian J. Ford 1: The Man Machine
From wooden legs to nuclear-powered heart pumps, the list of artificial replacements for diseased mankind has become impressive. Could man therefore live forever with his own brain and a body of mechanical parts? What is the future of biomedical engineering? Speakers include:
DONALD LONGMORE, Consultant Clinical Physiologist at the National Heart Hospital; HEINZ WOLFF, Head of Bioengineering at the Clinical Research Centre. Harrow; ROBERT KENEDI , Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Strathclyde. Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT