Programme for Asian listeners
7.45 Bells; programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading from I will be there by Michael Holtings Reader PETER FETTES
7.55 Weather, programme news Jesus Christ is risen today
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS
Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN
Producer DAVID WINTER
8.59 Programme news
8.55 Weather Jesus Christ is risen today
by ALISTAIR COOKE
from the Church of St Peter Mancroft. Norwich, conducted by CANON BILL WESTWOOD
Hymns (A and m Rev): Ye choirs of new Jerusalem (128); Christ the Lord is risen again! (136): Jesus Christ is risen today (134) Psalm 114
Lessons: Isaiah 12; John 20, vv 1-8
Organist and Master of the MUSiCKENNETH RYDER
FR AGNELLUS ANDREW appeals on behalf of St Joseph's Hospice. Hackney, which provides devoted nursing care to relieve pain and suffering. especially in the final stages of illness.
Donations, by crossed po or cheque, to:[address removed]
Introduced by jim PESTRIDGR ' Total ' 1975 Economy Drive
A report on this 950-mile event for standard ' cars by HARRY HEYWOOD.
Producer KEN PRAGNELL at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions from outside Westminster to current political issues: presented from Glasgow by George Scott Producer MALCOLM COUPAR Ring [number removed]
Voice of the People: Fri 9.5 am
Presenter George Luce
Unaccustomed as I am ...: a discussion on how not to send your audience to sleep from those who ought to know. The Start of the Line: or how to run your own railway, preferably at a profit.
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Nicholas Woolley Editor HARRY BROWN
visits Brislington, Bristol
Laburnum Grove by J B. PRIESTLEY with Bernard Archard and Kathleen Michael
'People who break the law have got to live somewhere, why not in Laburnum Grove? Probably there are one or two more of us who'll get put away for a couple of years.'
The play adapted and produced by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
John Amis. broadcaster, former orchestral manager and critic
1: The Sound of Music
The first impact: Lilac Time, Art Tatum. Donald Swannand musical encounters with cousin Kingsley. Producer DEREK DRESCHER
j In Search of a Spider
A century ago a traveller in Sumatra discovered a single specimen of a curious spider, a living fossil ' previously unknown to science. Does it still exist? BILL BRISTOWE and MICHAEL TWEEDIE went to Sumatra to find out and also encountered orang-utans, clouds of magnificent butterflies and moths and the world's largest flower - it measures a yard across!
Producer DILYS BREESE (Bristol) (Repeated: Wednesday 9.5 am)
A New Look for Easter: JANE FINNIS. with the aid of an expert. tells blind girls how to apply a successful facial make-up. Presented by PETER WHITE Producer MARLENE PEASE
Brian Johnston recently visited Longleat, Wiltshire
Producer Richard BURWOOD
(Repeated: Tuesday 11.5 am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
I hatv such a multitude of problems I hardly know where to begin.
The difficulties of an unmarried mother are among the problems to be discussed by MARGARET BRAMALL , DR WENDY GREENGROSS , DR JAMES HEMMING Chairman Jean Metcalfe Producer SALLY THOMPSON
(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
Produced by Raymond Raikes for the BBC Transcription Service
Music specially composed by:
The English Chamber
The Evangelist (John Bar-Zebedee):
Salome, mother to James and John:
Caiaphus, High Priest of Israel:
Captain Elihu of the Temple Guard:
Joseph of Arimathea:
Flavius, Freedman to Pilate:
Pontius Pilate, Governor of Judaea:
Claudia Procula, his wife:
Eunice, a Syro-Phoenician:
Introduced by SHEILA TRACY SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conduoted by WILLEM VAN OTTERLOO
Prokofiev Classical Symphony Berlioz Fantastic Symphony (Swiss Radio recordings)
The novel by CLEMENCE DANE about the theatre and theatre people freely adapted for radio in nine parts by VAL GIELGUD 2: Cilly and Donna with Rachel Gurnev , John Pullen Margaret Wolfit , John Rowe Producer
DAVID H. GODFREY
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.5 pm)
Sir Joscelyn Pallas:
A series of six programmes
3: Food Production-Landscape Destruction?
A recent report suggests that the intimate English landscape of hedgerows. coppice and wood-land is doomed. Should what the report calls new agricultural landscapes ' take its place?
Malcolm MacEwen. author of a forthcoming book on the English landscape, in conversation with farmers and with DEREK barber , former Head of Gloucester hire Farming Advisory Service; c. w. DIMBLEBY, Professor of Human Environment at the University of London: JIM HALL of the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group; REG HOOKWAY. Director of the Countryside Commission: DEREK LOVEJOY. landscape architect; PROFESSOR KENNETH MELLANBT. former Head of the Nature Conservancy Research Station; JOHN POPHAM. Field Director for the Suffolk Preservation Society: and GERALD WIBBERLBT , Professor of Countryside Planning in the University of London. Producer LEONIE COHN
Is Modern Farming Out of Control?
Words and music on an Easter theme, devised by MONICA FURLONG. Music contributed by the BBC SINGERS
Narrator GARARD GREEN