Make Yourself at Home
Programme for Asian listeners
7.45 Bells; programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading from The Will to Believe by Rudolf Schnackenburg read by GARARD GREEN
7.55 Weather, programme news
Religious news and views presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
by ALISTAIR COOKE
from Earlsdon Methodist Church, Coventry: conducted by the Minister, REV R. R. CLEMENTS
Hymns (MHB): All glory, laud, and honour (84); Sow in the morn thy seed (599); Jesu, Lover of my soul (110); Guide me, 0 thou great Jehovah (615) Psalm 27
Lessons: Luke 12, vv 32-34; Matthew 13, vv 31-33; Hebrews 12, vv 1-3
Organist ELLA WRIGHT
TED DEXTER appeals on behalf of CARE (Cottage and Rural Enterprises Ltd) whose farming villages provide mentally handicapped people with the opportunity to live and work in happy conditions for the rest of their lives.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Ted Deleter , CARE, [address removed]
Introduced by JIM PESTRIDGE
Back in Running Order: the work of the Motor Insurance Repair Research Centre, by ARTHUR GARRATT.
Buyers and Sellers: what do we tell them about used cars? discussed by IAN MORTON of the Evening Standard and HARRY HEYWOOD of Practical Motorist. One-Eyed Drivers: is there a problem? by FRANCES BERTHELSEN. Consider the Two-Wheeler: a plea by GEORGE BISHOP. Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report
The campaign issues as seen by party politicians in Britain's national regions. The General Election in Northern Ireland: presented from Belfast by George Scott. Producer ROBIN HARRIS
Derek Cooper presents the Sunday edition
12.55 Weather, programme news
presented by Nicholas Woolley Editor HARRY BROWN
Members of the Malmesbury Garden Club put questions to FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
Questionmaster MICHAEL BARRATT Producer KENNETH FORD
(Repeated: Tuesday, 4.5 pm)
The novel by HONORÉ DE BALZAC adapted by ROGER WODDIS
GRANDET: Love again! I tell you, it's a luxury. Love will not feed you, put clothes on your back or a roof over your head.
EUGÉNIE: But, father, what good are all these things if you have no one to share them with? GRANDET: We must survive, that is the only ' good '!
Producer DAVID H. GODFREY
Is it old? Is it genuiner What is itf
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners' questions With HUGH SCULLY.
Producer PAMELA HOWE (Bristol) Questions to Talking about Antiques, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Discussing listeners' queries and comments about wildlife and the countryside.
Introduced by DEREK JONES Producer JOHN HARRISON
Series producer DILYS BREESE
(Repeated: Wednesday, 9.5 am. Wildlife: Monday, 10.5 am)
Questions to: Talking Point, The Living World, BBC, Bristol BSS 2LR
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
Learning Braille the ' Family ' Way: JANE FINNIS meets blind children who are learning to read by a new method.
Introduced by PETER WHITE Editor THENA HESHEL
In Touch, 60p, from bookshops
BRIAN JOHNSTON recently visited Beaminster, Dorset
5.55 Weather, programme news
I seem incapable of telling the truth ... Since going on a group therapy course, my husband is unsure of himself, has begun to stammer and resents discussing his feelings ... Two of the problems to be discussed in the studio by DR WENDY GREENGROSS and DR JAMES HEMMING
Chairman Jean Metcalfe Producer SUSAN SNAILUM
(Repeated: Thursday, 11.5 am)
and investigates the humour of the subject with the help of Alfred Marks and the voices of Bob Newhart, Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, John Gielgud, Tony Hancock, Kenneth Williams, John Cleese and David Frost.
Presenter Martin Muncaster with THE TANGENT
Meditation appeals to many young people. It has emerged from the monasteries into the market place. What is its value?
Producer COLIN SEMPER
Introduced by COLIN DORAN NELSON FREIRE (piano) BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, led by HUGH BRADLEY conducted by VERNON HANDLEY
Wolf-Ferrari Overture: Susanna's Secret
Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor
Sibelius Symphonic Poem: Tapiola
by EVELYN WAUGH : dramatised in 11 parts by BARRY CAMPBELL Part 10: with Hugh Dickson , Michael Bryant Jennifer Hilary
Geoffrey Bayldon , Philip Bond and Hugh Burden as Narrator ' Virginia's in an odd mood. She seems to have lost all her spirit.'
(For cast see Tuesday, 3.5 pm)
... For there in front of us, as far into the distance as you could see, was what looked like a gigantic cloak being dragged very slowly across the landscape. A cloak flecked with red and gold, blue and silver, with here and there a flash of light as the rising sun hit on steel and lances, banners and flags, mounted knights, horses, wagons, and men marching ... Esmond Knight tells the tale of the archer called Ned who came from the West Country to follow his king. Henry V, to do battle in France. In October 1415, after a march through France which had decimated the English, 6,000 archers on 6d a day faced the 30,000-strong French army on a site dictated by the French-a place called Agincourt. Producer HELEN FRY
Words and music on a Christian theme: devised and introduced by H. COLIN DAVIS
Music contributed by the BBC SINGERS. Pianist DAVID DAVIS