Make Yourself at Home
Programme for Asian listeners
7.45 Bells; programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading from Love by Ernesto Cardenal Reader JOHN BAKER
7.55 Weather, programme news
Religious news and views presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer TONY BLACK
8.50 Programme news
9.10 med wave only Papers
The first of four broadcasts during Lent on the theme of Reconciliation.
1: Between the major religions from the Chaipel of King's College, Strand, London: conducted by REV COLIN GUNTON. Preacher REV PROFESSOR
Readings: Luke 7. vv 2-10 (rsv); Bhagavad Gita 7, 21-23 Hymns (Methodist Hymn Book): Praise to the living God (15); Love divine (431); The Lord will come (813)
Psalm 8: How great is your name (Colin Mawby )
Organist and Choirmaster JOHN WARRELL
JOYCE GRENFELL appeals on behalf of the House of St Barnabas-in-Soho, which provides food, warmth. sanctuary and skilled advice for women who cannot afford alternative accommodation in London. It is run entirely on voluntary funds.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
A discussion between members of the Civil Service Motoring Association, NW London Group. and MURRAY WALKER , BBC motor sport oommentator; MRS ELWYN REED , driving instructor and driving school proprietor; STUART BLADON. chief assistant editor, Autocar; chairman JIM PESTRIDGE. Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions from outside Westminster to current political issues: presented from Birmingham by George Scott Producer ANNE BROWN Ring [number removed]
Presenter Derek Cooper
School for Holidays: if private schools can hire out their premises to holiday operators, why can' the idea be extended to other schools?
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Nicholas Woolley Editor HARRY BROWN
Caste by . W. ROBERTSON adapted for radio and produced by NORMAN WRIGHT
Presented in 1867, Caste, a realistic straight play, marked the eclipse of burlesque and a new era of theatre fare began.
Marquise de Saint Maur:
ARTHUR NEGUS and BBRNARO PRICE discuss listeners' questions With HUGH SCULLY
Producer PAMELA HOWE (Bristol) Going for a Song: English Furniture, £ 1. 75, from bookshops
A magazine edition of this programme about wildlife and the countryside.
Introduced by GWYN RICHARDS
Producer DII.YS BREESE (Bristol) (Repeated: Wednesday 9.5 am)
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
Home Industries: PETER WHITE examines the employment possibilities.
Introduced by JANE FINNIS Producer MARLENE PEASE
In Touch, 60p, from bookshops
Brian Johnston recently visited Sedgefield. Co Durham
Producer PHYLI.IS ROBINSON
5.55 Weather, programme news
Terry Wogan invites personalities from the world of literature, show business, sport and other fields to join him in conversation.
This week his guests are
Yasmine Smart. Vidal Sassoon and Peter Shilton
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER (Birmingham)
(Repeated: Thursday 11.5 am)
A cycle of 12 plays on The Life of Jesus Christ by Dorothy L. Sayers.
A new version adapted for stereo and produced by Raymond Raikes with music specially composed by Roberto Gerhard played by the English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Rae Jenkins
Music Composed By:
The Evangelist (John Bar-Zebedee):
Baruch the Zealot:
Simon Bar-Jonah (Simon Peter):
Matthew, the tax-collector:
MICHAEL ROLL (piano)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by ROBERT ST JOHN WRIGHT conducted by RUDOLF SCHWARZ
Handel Concerto Grosso No 16, in D, Op 6 No 5
Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor
Mozart Symphony No 34. in c (k 338)
Robert St John
A story of Manchester life in the 1830s by MRS ELIZABtTH GASKELL adapted for radio in five parts by BERTHA LONSDALE with June Barry , Wilfred Pickles and Geoffrey Banks Part 1
Music by ROY STEADMAN-ALLEN Producer TREVOR HILL
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.5 pm) Trouble at ' mill: page 5
John Barton, a Lancashire mill-worker:
Mrs Barton, his wife:
Mary, their young daughter:
George Wilson, from Cumberland:
Jane his Wife:
Jem Wilson, their young son:
Aunt Alice, George's elder sister:
Miss Simmonds, dressmaker:
Job Legh, Margaret's grand-father:
The Forces Muster
It is now widely expected that the National Referendum on the Common Market will be held sometime before the summer holidays. For the people of Britain it will be a totally new political experience.
Tonight's programme looks at the line-up in the coming battle over Europe - and at some of the questions it raises. Who wiill be running the campaign on either side? How are the forces balanced? Where is the money coming from? And what role will the Government, the political parties. big business and the unions be playing in the coming struggle?
Robert McKenzie talks to some of the people most concerned. Producers TOM READ
It's Your Line to two MPs on the issue of Sovereignty in the Common Market: Tues 25 Feb R4
The Litany sung to the music of Thomas TaUis
preceded by Weather