Make Yourself at Home
Programme for Asian listenen
7.45 Bells; programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading from God and Man by METROPOLITAN ANTHONYOF SOUROZH Read by YSANNE CHURCHMAN
7.55 Weather, programme news
Religious news and views presented by GERALD PRIESTLAND Reporter douglas BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
by ALISTAIR COOKE
from Gorleston Parish Church, Great Yarmouth: conducted by the Vicar. REV TONY CLEMENS
Preacher CANON FRANK COLQUHOUN Hymns: Great Shepherd of thy people; For the beauty of the earth; The Lord's my Shepherd Lesson: John 10, vv 1-16 (rsv) Organist GREGORY UNDERWOOD
PETER WEST appeals on behalf ot Lingfield Hospital School which provides residential medical care and special education for handicapped children from all parts of the country and all sections of society. Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Peter West. [address removed]
Introduced by JOHN TOOGOOD
Motoring Extravaganza: a preview by GODFREY TALBOT Of the Exhibition to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Castrol.
Petrol Stretcher? HARRY HEY-WOOD of Practical Motorist tests the value of a special service for economy running.
On the Death of the Policy Holder: an explanation of the legal position.
The Pattern of Parking: IAN MORTON of the Evening Standard reports on a new survey. A Classy Rear Window: by CAROLINE GRAHAM.
Producer JIM PESTRIDGE at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions from outside Westminster to current political issues: presented from Manchester by George Scott Producer MICHAEL GREEN Ring [number removed]
George Luce presents the Sunday edition
12.55 Weather, programme news
presented by Gordon Clough Editor HARRY BROWN
MICHAEL BARRATT invites
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL to answer questions which listeners have sent in by post. (Rptd: Tuesday, 4.5 pm)
The Servants and the Snow bv IRIS MURDOCH
The heir to a large feudal estate returns to take over after the death of his father. He intends to introduce his own liberal principles in the running of the estate: but the servants, many of whom he knew as a child, are strangely reluctant to accept new ideas.
Producer HARRY CATLIN
The sounds and scenes of a year in the past challenge the memories of residents James Burke and Isobel Barnett , and guests Miles Kington and Sheridan Morley.
Robin Ray puts the questions, aided by recordings from the BBC Sound Archives. Questions Set by MARGARET HOWARD Producer HELEN FRY
A Woodland Desert?
Until recently the regimented plantations of Norway Spruce were thought to be just that. Investigations now show that these man-made forests hold many surprises, including nest sites of one of Britain's newest breeding birds, the firecrest. Introduced by PETER FRANCE
Producer DILYS BREESE (Bristol) (Repeated: Wednesday, 9.5 am)
Homes for the Elderly Blind-3: MARGARET FORD details provisions made by voluntary societies. Introduced by PETER WHITE Editor THENA HESHEL
In Touch, 60p, from bookshops
BRIAN JOHNSTON recently visited The Police College. Bramshill, Hampshire
Producer PHYLLIS ROBINSON
5.55 Weather, programme news
' The time has come,' the Walrus said, ' to talk of many things ... '
Terry Wogan invites personalities from showbusiness, sport, literature to talk about themselves, and everything from cabbages to kings.
Among today's guests Dickie Henderson
Research by PAT MIFFLIN Producer JOCK GALLAGHER
(Rptd: Thursday. 11.5 am)
London v Scotland (Round 3) London:
Anthony Quinton (chairman) with Irene Thomas
Professor John Mays who identify an instrument for developing arm-muscles and a deplorably popular ' grass, but are floored by a breed of waterfowl. Scotland:
Jack Longland (chairman) with Robin Duff
William Carrocher who identify a medieval type of polyphonic choral work which also has a medical and military link with a kind of hostelry - but are let down by the city of Detroit conceived as a source of music. Producer TREVOR HILL
(Repeated: Wednesday, 9.0pm)
A weekly miscellany of music, people and places to celebrate Sunday
Presenter Martin Muncaster with THE SMALL HUNDREDWEIGHT Producer COLIN semper
LOUIS KENTNER (piano)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conducted by JOHN CAREWE
Tchaikovsky Music from Act : The Sleeping Beauty
8.27* Liszt Piano Concerto No 1, in E flat major
8.49* Brahms Academic Festival Overture
Adapted in eight parts hy OLIVIA MANNING from tWO ot ARNOLD BENNETT 'S novels with Graham Armitage as Denry Machin
The Regent: part 4
Denry Machin , ' card,' alderman, theatre owner, learns the value of life.
Others parts GEORGE WOOLLEY Producer ANTHONY CORNISH (Birmingham)
(Repeated: Tuesday. 3.5 pm)
(Graham Armitage is in ' Birds of Paradise ' at the Garrick Theatre. London)
(EvelynWaugh's trilogy 'Sword of Honour ' begins next week)
Lady Woldo/Isabel Joy:
JOHN EARLE walks the Abbots Way in Devon and MOLLIE HARRIS recalls a romantic encounter with bees; PAUL HUMPHREYS looks at rare breeds surviving on Joe Henson 's Cotswold farm and ERIC SIMMS surveys the bird life of a suburban reservoir: BOB DANVERS-WALKER gets SOme surprises from the leather-making industry and MARTIN MUNCASTER finds a colony of terns on the south coast.
Introduced by C. Gordon Glover Producers
DON MOSEY and JOBN HASLAM
(Repeated: Friday, 11.5 am)
Words and music on a Christian theme: devised and introduced by H. COLIN DAVIS
Music contributed by the BBC SINGERS. Pianist DAVID DAVIS