Make Yourself at Home
Programme for Asian listeners
7.45 Bells; programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading from
To Heaven ivith Scribes and Pharisees
Written and read by LIONEL BLUE
7.55 Weather, programme news
Religious news and views presented by PETER FRANCE Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
9.10 med wave only Papers
by ALISTAR COOKE
from Brecon Cathedral conducted by the Dean
VERY REV W. UNGOED JACOB
Lord, in thy name thy servants plead (Lincoln): For the beauty of the earth (Warden)
Anthem: Ascribe unto the Lord Reading: John 17. vv 1-21 Choirmaster DAVID GEDGE Organist HAZEL DAVIES
BETTY PETERS , Principal, appeals on behalf of the autistic children of Portfield School, Christchurch, whose progress is hampered by cramped conditions. Funds are needed to extend facilities.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
Introduced by CLIVE JACOBS
Motorway under repair: dick TRACEY investigates the need for continuous maintenance. Caravanning:
Before you set out: advice from HARRY HEYWOOD of Practical Motorist.
The Pit-Falls of Private Hire: by FRANCES BERTHELSEN.
Caravan Insurance: by RONALD BEALE:
Simple Servicing (4): Coolant Care by DOUGLAS MITCHELL of Popular Motoring.
Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions from outside Westminster to current political issues: presented from Bristol by George Scott Producer CAROLE STONE Ring 0272-39432/3
Voice of the People: Fri 9.5 am
Presenter Derek Cooper
The Story of Your Life: how often have you said you could write a book on it? MICHAEL GII.LIAM looks into the idea of one publishing house who claim the best heirloom you can have is a record of your memories: what you need and how much it costs.
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Nicholas Woolley Editor HARRY BROWN
Magnus Merriman by ERIC I.INKI. ATER
Adapted for broadcasting by the author from his novel of the same name.
A story of brilliant promise which, for some inscrutable reason, was never fulfilled. with Producer STEWART CONN (Scotland)
This week John Amis talks to conductors
6: Leading Baton Charges
In- self-revelatory mood: Klem. perer - wanted to be a composer: Previn- Hollywood days; Stokowski - rearranging the classics.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER gramophone records
Discussing listeners' queries and comments about wildlife and the countryside.
Introduced by DEREK JONES Producer JOHN HARRISON
Series producer DILYS BREESE (Bristol)
(Repeated: Wednesday 9.5 am) Questions to: Talking Point, The Living World. BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners. Introduced bv JANE
FINNIS David in the Kitchen (ii): DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL and JILL ALLEN continue their series designed to help newly-blind people with elementary kitchen chores. Producer MARLENE PEASE
Leonard Sachs presents
The Gaiety Girls and their Friends
Musical comedy was invented by George Edwardes at the Gaiety. Shows by him and in his tradition reflected Edwardian England at its most tuneful and elegant. Here is a tribute to shows in which young ladies sang and danced gracefully, spoke the King's English - and bowed off the stage into aristocratic matrimony.
Devised and written by FRANK DIXON
Producer HERBERT SMITH (Manchester)
(Repeated: Tuesday 11 5 am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
A studio counselling session
London v Scotland London:
Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas
Professor John B. Mays who find three things in common - from an ornithological point of view-for Dr J. Forster of North Rigton. Scotland.
Jack Longland (Chairman) with Robin Duff
William Carrocher who discover a connection between some south-east Asian jars, a chant of Palestrina's, and a dealer of Wycherly's.
-Producer TREVOR HILL
(Rptd: Wednesday 11.5 am)
Professor John B.
for The Bread of Life
An anthology in words and music introduced by Tom Fleming with PETER FIRTH DELIA PATON
ST MARGARET'S WESTMINSTER SINGERS conducted by RICHARD HICKOX
Organist IAN WATSON
Producer ANGELA TILBY
Peter Firth Delia
from the Cjty Hall. Leeds
Introduced by BRYAN MARTIN CATHERINE WILSON (soprano) JOHN BRECKNOCK (tenor) BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conducted by VILEM TAUSKY
This operatic programme includes excerpts from Tannhauser, Marion, Martha, Car-men, and Le Comte Ory.
Producer ANTHONY PHILPOTT
(John Brecknock broadcasts by permission of the English National Opera Company)
(Presented by the BBC in association with Leeds City Council)
written by EVA STRAUSS
with Mary Wimbush as Vera Inber, Colette O'Neil as Olga Berggoltl, Miriam Margolyes as Vera Panova
Narrated by Alan Dobie
The blockade and siege of Leningrad by the Germans from 1941 to 1942 created almost inhuman suffering and loss of life to the city's inhabitants. In their journals three women writers kept a record of this ordeal by hunger, cold and disease which few people in the West know about. During these days the famous 'Leningrad Symphony' was also written and this, too, echoed the terrible events.
The first violin is dying. The drum died on his way to work. The French horn is in extremis. (DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH)
with the voices of: GEOFFREY MATTHEWS, JOHN ROWE and BETTY HUNTLEY-WRIGHT
Producer MAURICE LEITCH
The evening office of Compline