6.22 Farming Today: DAVID ADDIS
6.40 Prayer for the Day JOHN FARRELL
Introduced by John Timpson and Robert Robinson
Including at 6.50 and 7.50 Travel news. What's on, and (6.50 only) Keep Fit; Weather and programme news at 6.55 and 7.55. At 7.0 and 8.0 News and more of Today with Sports-desk at 7.25 and 8.25; Today's Papers at 7.35* and 8.35*; and Thought for the Day 7.45-7.50
(Shortened version of Saturday broadcast) ‡
NEM, p 84; Just as I am (BBC HB 292); Psalm 51: Luke 16. vv 1-9 (NEB); 0 thou who earnest from above (BBC HB 362)
Country Weekend by MARY TYNEDALE
Read by June Barrie
' I've often noticed that if things don' get off to a clear start, they seem to stay bodged up right the way through - like our weekend at the Pilk. ingtons' cottage
Producer PAMELA HOWE (BristoD
Robert Dougall plays some of his favourite records and explains why they give him particular pleasure.
Tomorrow at 8.30 pm he gives his answers to Any Questions?
Chosen and told by Hugh Burden 5: The Mouse
The train was not due to stop till the terminus was reached ... and the carriage held no communication with a corridor, therefore no further travelling companions were likely to intrude ... yet the train had scarcely attained its normal speed before he became aware that he was not alone with the slumbering lady....
Presenter Nigel Murphy Health and Welfare
Dem bones, dem bones!
Osteopaths and chiropractors are still regarded' by many people in the medical profession as 'quacks.' Why? BILL BRECKON investigates.
With other items and your letters in What's On Your Mind?
Weather, programme news
and voices and topics in and behind the headlines introduced by William Hardcastle
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two.
Sexual Nature - (3): a woman discovered her lesbian tendencies after marriage. Arts Notebook.
TRADER FAULKNER reads A Sporting Proposition by JAMES ALDRIDGE (8)
Story: The Little Red Apple by BERNARD CLARK and MARGARET STANHOPE
Four Days to Kill by ROBERT BARR
A six-part serial continuing the story of Jim Nicholson in which he undertakes a vital mission to rescue or kill a captured agent. with Edward de Souza and Geoffrey Frederick 4: Ambush
Producer CHARLES MAXWELL
The life and times of a broadcaster-about-town Producers MICHELL RAPER and HUGH PURCELL
Tom Jones by HENRY FEILDING
Read by FREDERICK TREVES (14)
The news magazine: presented by William Hardcastle and PM's reporting team
5.50 Stock Market report
5.55 Weather, programme news
(Repeated: Friday, 1.30 pm)
Introduced by DAVID JACOBS Producer ROY HAYWARD
(Repeated: Friday. 4.5 pm)
Five classic cases in the story of British criminal investigation
5. The Browne and Kennedy Case by DONALD THOMAS
Narrator Rene Cutforth
Fingerprints on a bullet ... When a policeman was found shot dead on a lonelv Essex road there seemed little hope of tracing his killers: but with the evidence provided by gun-smith Robert Churchill this case was the first to establish ballistic science as one of the most important facets of 20thcentury crime detection. With GARETH ARMSTRONG
JOHN BULL , BASIL
MOSS ALAN ROWE , DAVID SINCLAIR Producer KEITH SLADE
Chief Insp James Berrett:
SALT and Stability
Since the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) adjourned in November, the technology and strategy of nuclear war have developed at an unsettlingly fast pace. Have events already outrun the SALT i arms control agreement of May 1972? Is the stability of the nuclear power balance threatened? As the American and Russian SALT delegations meet again in Geneva. Analysis assesses the prospects for a second agreement, and examines the outlook for international security. Presented by Laurence Martin. Professor of War Studies, King's College, London
Producer ANTHONY RENDELL
Introduced by Gordon Snell Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
Douglas Stuart reporting
The Well of Loneliness by RADCLYFFE HALL
Read by JUDY PARFITT (15)
Radio 4's International Business Report; Market Trends