6.22 Farming Today: DAVID ADDIS
6.40 Prayer for the Day FR ANTHONY STOREY
Introduced by John Tlmpson 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 7.45-7.5).
Two short stories by RICHARD COMPTON-HALL
Read by Martin Muncaster
It's that chief stoker's mate again - the Navy's secret weapon the Navy would dearly love to scrap.
1: A Bootle at Bedtime
says Thanks for the Memory Producer SHEILA ANDERSON
BBC Home correspondents: Introduced by SHEILA TRACY Producer TOM READ
NEM. p 114; The Lord will come (BBC HB 479); Psalm 42; Hebrews 8, vv 1-13 (NEB); God is love (BBC HB 7)
The Bread Pudding Dog by GAIE HOUSTON
Read by Shirley Dixon
... An open front door. My
-body more than my mind seemed to direct me, though my mind knew what I would do ... In one superbly economical gesture I would throw over my passive female role ...
Marghanita Laski introduces her selection of the poems illustrating Rudyard Kipling 's intoxication with the history of England and his genius in catching the voice and experience of the ordinary man.
A series of five programmes
2: From the Middle Ages to the Stuarts
Oh, do not tell the Priest our plight
Or he would call it a sin
But - we have been out in the woods all night
A-conjuring summer in. Readers GARY WATSON
JOHN ARLOTT , JOHN SAMSON ROSALIE CRUTCHLEY
JOANNA JANE POWELL , BOB COPPER Producer HELEN FRY
Leslie French in The Sad Fortunes of Amos Barton adapted from GEORGE ELIOT 'S first story by DAVID DAVIS
Shepperton in the 1830s was certainly not the easiest parish for a poor curate with six children and £80 a year.
Narrator (George Eliot) JILL BALCON
Producer HALLAM TENNYSON
Rev Amos Barton:
Presenter Nigel Murphy Consumer Style
Men's Socks: cotton, wool, man-made fibres - which are best for your feet and which are best value for money? NIGEL MURPHY gets to the bottom of things,
Weather, programme news
from 2.0 Presenter Sue MacGregor
Guest of the week: Elly Jansen. Director of the Richmond Fellowship.
2.0 2.2 News
Reading your letters.
Letter to Another Woman: JOANNA SCOTT-MONCRIEFF On the greener grass of single life.
Strike Up the Ballad: JEAN HARROWVEN has been .doing some research into the traditional songs of Britain. CORINNA MARLOWE reads Tea at Gunters (6)
Story: Andy Aeroplane to the Rescue by ELIZABETH ROBINSON
A Theatre In the Family: a new trilogy by A. R. RAWLINSON with John Rye and Miriam Margolyes 2: The Impresario
It is 1935, the heyday of the commercial theatre in the West End of London. No other theatre has a better record of successes than the Landseer.
Piano music composed and played by TERENCE ALBRIGHT Producer ian COTTERELL
Max Jaffa talks about himself, his work and some of the extraordinary events of his life. Producer NATALIE WBEEN
A Fortnight with Forester The Ship
3: The Action Continues
William Hardeastle and PM's reporting team
5.50 Stock Market report
5.55 Weather, programme news '
(Details as Friday, 12.27 pm)
(Repeated: Thursday, 1.30 pm)
Delius as I Knew Him
One of the most moving of musical collaborations began in 1928 when Eric Fenby wrote offering his help to Delius who, then in his old age. was blind and paralysed. Working with his young assistant Delius was able to go on composing. ERIC FENBY introduces recordings of music by Delius on the anniversary of his death 40 years ago on 10 June 1934, and recalls their extraordinary partnership.
Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
. There will be a performance of Delius's Requiem next Monday, 10 June, on Radio 3
A series of Father Brown stories by G. K. CHESTERTON adapted by ARCHIE CAMPBELL
Leslie French as Fr Brown and William Rushton as Chesterton 2: The Queer Feet
(Details as Thursday, 3.5 pm)
Presenter Paul Vaughan Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
Douglas Stuart reporting
My Cousin Rachel
Read by JOHN WESTBROOK (8)
3: John Masefield
LEONARD CLARK introduces recordings made by the poet and recalls his acquaintanceship with the author of Sea Fever. (Tomorrow: C. Day Lewis)