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6.22 Farming Today
6.40 Prayer for the Day REV JOHN SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: John Smith

: Today

Introduced by Robert Robinson and Michael Clayton
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

Contributors

Introduced By: Robert Robinson
Introduced By: Michael Clayton

: News

: These You Have Loved

(Shortened version of Saturday's broadcast)

: News

: Daily Service

NEM. p 71; Come, my soul (BBC HB 404); Psalm 145, vv 1-13; Luke 22. vv 7-23 (NEB); Hail to the Lord's Anointed (BBC HB 457)

: Morning Story

Reduced bv ELIZABETH BOWEN Read by Cécile Chevreau
' Who is Henrietta Post? ' ' She was accused of murder,' said Miss Rice, ' acquitted, but never properly cleared ... ' Producer PAMELA HOWE (Bristol)

Contributors

Producer: Pamela Howe

: News

: Just the Job

The Taxi Driver
Graham Houghton
Reporter JANICE DICKERSON Producer JENNY DE YONG

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Houghton
Reporter: Janice Dickerson
Producer: Jenny de Yong

: News

: You and Yours

Presenter Lyn Macdonald Health and Welfare
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis: KEN ZEILIG visits the Canadian Red Cross Hospital at Taplow.

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Zeilig

: My Music!

12.55
Weather, programme news

: The World at One: News

and voices and topics in and behind the headlines introduced by William Hardcastle

Contributors

Introduced By: William Hardcastle

: The Archers

: Woman's Hour from Bristol

from 2.0
Introduced by Daphne Hubbard ' Buttons and Bows ': The Buttons have been reared in the bookmaking game, and GERRY PARKER joins them at the races on a day when lady jockeys ride against the men.
2.0-2.2 News
In Concert: American singer GLEN CAMPBELL on tour in Britain. Coping with Fits: a doctor's wife talks about her daughter's epilepsy.
IAN RICHARDSON reads
Scenes from Provincial Life (4) Producer CAROLE STONE

Contributors

Introduced By: Daphne Hubbard
Introduced By: Gerry Parker
Singer: Glen Campbell
Unknown: Ian Richardson
Producer: Carole Stone

: Listen with Mother

Story: James Dog by CAREY GIFFORDS

Contributors

Unknown: James Dog

: News

: Afternoon Theatre

In Sickness and in Health

: Jack de Manio Precisely

The life and times of a broadcaster-about-town Producers MICHELL RAPER and HUGH PURCELL
4.0-4.5 News

Contributors

Producers: Michell Raper
Producers: Hugh Purcell

: Story Time

Watership Down by RICHARD ADAMS
Read by JOHN ROWE
4: Unexpected Visitor

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Adams
Read By: John Rowe

: PM Reports

The news magazine: presented by William Hardcastle and PM's reporting team
5.50 Stock Market report
5.55 Weather, programme news

Contributors

Presented By: William Hardcastle

: News

: The Archers

(Repeated: Friday, 1.30 pm)

Contributors

Written By: Keith Miles

: News Desk

Gerald Priestland presenting world news and views

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald Priestland

: Any Answers?

A selection of listeners' letters continuing the discussion in last Friday's Any Questionst Introduced by DAVID JACOBS Producer ROY HAYWARD
(Repeated: Friday, 4.5 pm)
Write to Any Answerst, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR

Contributors

Introduced By: David Jacobs
Producer: Roy Hayward

: The Champagne Opera

by PEGGY BRANFORD
Narrator Denys Hawthorne
The first performance of the greatest of operettas, Johann
Strauss's Die Fledermaus, was given in Vienna 100 years ago on 5 April 1874.
Strauss was already famous the world over as a conductor and composer of his own dance music. He had written over 350 waltzes, polkas and marches. By the time he was 40, his ambition was to succeed as an opera composer. Fledermaus was the third of his many operettas and was only a mild success: but with it Strauss achieved his masterpiece.
The programme includes recorded extracts from Die Fledermaus and other music by Strauss, performed by the VIENNA PHILHARMONIC and VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAS, Conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY.
Producer ALAN HAYDOCK

Contributors

Narrator: Peggy Branford
Conducted By: Willi Boskovsky.
Producer: Alan Haydock

: As Old As You Feel

The great dread of the old and infirm used to be the work-house; more recently it has been the geriatric ward. But modern nursing techniques concentrate on educating and caring for the, elderly so that they can return to an active life in the community.
A report by Bob Houlton
Producer STANLEY WILLIAMSON (Manchester)
'We become like a family 1: p 4

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Houlton
Producer: Stanley Williamson

: Constant Exodus

A talk before the Festival of the Passover by The Chief Rabbi, DR IUfMANUEL JAKOBOVITS

: Kaleidoscope

Introduced by Paul Vaughan Producer MIRIAM RAPP
S.59 Weather

Contributors

Introduced By: Paul Vaughan
Producer: Miriam Rapp

: The World Tonight: News

Douglas Stuart reporting

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Stuart

: A Book at Bedtime

The Contract by ALLAN PRIOR Read by Michael BRYANT (13)

Contributors

Read By: Michael Bryant

: The Financial World Tonight

Radio 4's International Business Report; Market Trends

: News

preceded by Weather

: Closedown









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