Make Yourself at Home
Programme for Asian listeners
7.45 Bells; programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading from
God's a Good Man by Monica Furlong: read by PENELOPE LEE
7.55 Weather, programme news
Religious news and views presented by TED HARRISON Reporter DOUGIAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
by ALISTAIR COOKE
from the Methodist Church, Leytand: conducted by REV GUY GOODALL
Hymns (MHB): When morning gilds the sky (113): Sweet is the work (665): God of all power (562); Dear Lord and Father (669)
Readings: Hebrews 4, vv 1-11; Mark 6. vv 7-13, 30-32
Organist WILLIAM RIGBY
Choirmaster ARTHUR ROBINSON
ROBERT MORLEY appeals on behalf of the Ealing Autistic Trust, which is about to open a residential care centre in Somerset for young autistic adults.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Robert Morley, Ealing Autistic Trust, [address removed]
Introduced by CLIVE JACOBS
The MoT Test: JOHN TOOGOOD on the proposed changes.
What about Seat Belts? IAN MORTON of the Evening Standard on the present situation.
Accidental Death: GEORGE BISHOP'S eye-witness account.
Passenger Liability: an insurance explanation by JOHN GASELEE.
Producer JIM PESTRIDGE at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions from outside Westminster to current political issues: presented from Birmingham by George Scott Producer DAVID SHUTE Ring [number removed]
Nigel Murphy presents the Sunday edition
12.55 Weather, programme news
presented by Nicholas Woolley Editor HARRY BROWN
A year of Gardeners' Question Time
(Repeated: Tuesday, 4.5 pm)
According to the Regulations by ELIZABETH MORGAN
' Six days. that's all it took the Almighty to make this world of ours. Nine months it takes to make a new human life - God's finest masterpiece. Nine seconds to take aim. and fire, and destroy that masterpiece ... Perhaps we'll learn one day.' This play is based on events that actually took place in Llanelly in 1911. but the Welsh characters are fictitious.
Dai Morgan Glyn Houston Ellen Morgan. Elizabeth Morgan Gwyn Morgan
Annie Morgan Jan Edwards Iestyn Morgan ......SIÔN PROBERT Gwilym Morris ANTHONY HALL Rachel Morris. CHRISTINE POLLON Producer BETTY DAVIES
In the third of seven weekly programmes about archaeology in Britain today, Peter Fowler visits sites in Wales and talks to FRANCES LYNCH , GRAEME GUILBERT and DR MANNING . Producer ROY HAYWARD (Bristol)
The female dotterel takes the initiative in courtship leaving the male to incubate the eggs: they nest in some of the remotest and highest parts of Scotland, where the tallest plants are only a few inches high and the snow lies till midsummer.
DESMOND NETHERSOLE-THOMPSON and JOHN ARNOTT climb the high tops of the Cairngorms in search of this delightful and confiding little bird. Producer JOHN ARNOTT
(First broadcast in Afield: R4 Scotland)
(Repeated: Wednesday, 9.5 am. Wildlife: Monday, 10.5 am)
Are You Sitting Comfortably? MARGARET FORD has some more practical hints for elderly blind people.
Introduced by PETER WHITE Editor THENA HESHEL
BRIAN JOHNSTON recently visited Skewen. Glamorgan
5.55 Weather, programme news
Terry's guests: Nerys Hughes Irene Handl Arthur Askey
Research by PAT MIFFLIN Producer JOCK GALLAGHER
London v Midlands (Round 4) (Details as Wednesday, 9.0 pm)
A weeklv miscellany of music. people and places to celebrate Sunday
Presenter Leonard Pearcey Producer ANGELA TILBY
Records of another
Gilbert and Sullivan favourite introduced by Peter Pratt
by Evelyn Waugh: dramatised in 11 parts by Barry Campbell
with Hugh Dickson, Norman Rodway, Patrick Troughton, Carleton Hobbs and Hugh Burden as Narrator
Nine weeks of 'flap,' of alternating chaos and order. The Halberdiers were far from the battle, but delicate nerves stretched to them from the front where the Allied armies were falling apart.
(Repeated: Tuesday, 3.5 pm)
The 1974 International Festival of Youth Orchestras and the Performing Arts ended last Sunday in the Royal Albert Hall with a grand finale concert conducted by Rudolf Schwarz and Aaron Copland.
More than 1,000 young people from 11 countries spent a fortnight giving 52 performances in Scotland and London. They comprised ten orchestras, three ballet companies, four choirs, an opera company and a folk dance company: they came from as close to home as the London Opera Centre and as far away as Fiji.
Antony Hopkins introduces some of the music, the performers and the personalities of this mammoth exercise in international understanding through music.
Producers DENYS GUEROULT
(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