Programme for Asian listeners
7.45 Bells: programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading from
Poverty. Chastity and Obedience Written and rend by H. A. WILLIAMS. CR
7.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.30 Programme news
9.10 med wave only Papers
from the Chapel of King William'-s College, Castletown, Isle of Man, during the Mananan Festival of the Arts
Reading: Isaiah 57, vv 14-20
Hymns (Hymns for Church and School): Lord of all being, throned afar (7); When morning gilds the skies (230); Thou, whose almighty word (161)
Director of Music COLIN CRABE Organist RICHARD BORRETT
ARCHIE HILL appeials on behalf of the Council for Social Aid, which provides homes for younger people who need help to make a new start in life.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
Introduced by JIM PESTRIDGE
Transport and Road Research Laboratory: ARTHUR PHILLIPS attends this year's Open Day. Used-Car Consumer Plan: the Scottish Motor Trade Scheme explained by FRANK WALKER.
Car Seat Comfort: DR BERNARD WATKIN , interviewed by DONALD NORFOLK.
Back Seat Passenger: EVELYN HOME
Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions to current political issues.
Presented from Manchester by George Scott
Producer GILLIAN HUSH Ring [number removed]
Presenter Derek Cooper
A Dream Come True?: can going on a weekend course bring out your star potential as an actor, or a wniter? We hear from successes and failures.
And the legal consequences of a time when a short-weight loaf was better than no bread.
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Nicholas Woolley Editor HARRY BROWN
Members of the Pluckley Gar dening Society put their questions to
FRBD LOADS, BILL SOWBRBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
Questionmaster MICHAEL BARRATT Producer KENNETH FORD
(Repeated: Tuesday 4.5 pm)
Book, Gardeners' Question Time 3, 40p, from bookshops
A Century of Modern Theatre Elizabeth Sellars
Martin Jarvis and Sarah Lawson in The Vortex by NOEL COWARD with Timothy Dalton , Kate Coleridge Gudrun Ure and Gerald Cross
First performed in 1924 at the Everyman Theatre, Hampstead. this play rocketed Noel Coward Into prominence as both actor and writer.
There is the imprint of truth upon this play. The craftsmanship is beyond reproach, the dialogue is taut and spare ... shimmering with wit. (JAMES AGATE. Sunday Times, November 1924)
The action of the play takes place in Mrs Lancaster 's flat in London and her house in the country.
Producer GLYN DEARMAN
John Amis concludes his series with memories of 12: Musical Summers
In particular, a month in the country with Nadia Boulanger , William Glock , Vlado Perle muter, Sandor Vagh , Neville Marriner and the Amadous Quartet
Producer DEREK DRESCHER gramophone records
A magazine edition of this programme about wildlife and the countryside.
Introduced by PETER FRANCE
Producer DILYS BREESE (Bristol) (Repeated: Wednesday 9.5 am)
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind Listeners. Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL
SANiDRA and TONY HASTRICK discuss the problems that can arise in marriage when one partner loses their sight. Producer MARLENE PEASE
Peter Cook and Dudley Moore
It is now 15 years since Beyond the Fringe was unleashed on an unsuspecting public. Since then Pete 'n' Dud have achieved world-wide recognition with their satirical form of humour.
BARRY CRYER introduces sketches, songs and music from their many revues and films; and Pete 'n' Dud talk about their 15 years together. Producer IAN FENNER
(Repeated: Tuesday 11.5 am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
A studio counselling session With DR WENDY GREENGROSS and DR JAMES HEMMING
Introduced by Jean Metcalfe
A chance to talk things over and talk things out is given to people with problems they cannot solve alone.
Producer SALLY THOMPSON
(Repeated: Thursday 11.5 am) If you need help in sorting out your difficulties, write to If you think You've got Problems ... ! ' BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA
London v North of England (Round 2) London:
Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas
Professor John B. Mays who. after a little faltering, find the right steps in answer to a question by a 12-year-old listener. North:
Jack Longland (Chairman) with Dr Patrick Nuttgens Professor Harry Armytage who end up by discovering where four is 2, five is 1, while six is 3.
Producer TREVOR HILL (Manchester)
(Rptd: Wednesday 11.5 am)
Professor John B.
An anthology in words and music introduced bv Tom Fleming with PETER FIRTH. DELIA PATON
ST MARGARET 'S WESTMINSTER SINGERS conductor RICHARD HICKOX Organist IAN WATSON
Producer ANGELA TILBY
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader RAYMOND OVENS conducted by JAMES JUDD
Schubert Overture and Incidental Music:
Rosamunde Schumann Symphony No 3, in F. flat major (Rhenish)
bv STENDHAL translated and adapted for radio in six parts by BARBARA BRAY with Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Michael Williams. Noel Johnson 4: Wheels within Wheels
Producer NORMAN WRIGHT
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.S pm)
Prince of Parma:
An encounter with the writer Isaac Asimov, presented by Chris Evans
Asimov, creator of Galactic Patrols and the Space Beagle dislikes flying, and rarely leaves the USA: but childhood memories of Cornish giants and Charles Dickens give him an irresistible affinity with Britain. On his first and only visit to these shores, by ocean liner, Asimov tells about his life, his books, and his view of the future.
Words and music on a Christian theme devised bv MONICA FURLONG Narrator GARARD GREEN
Music contributed by the BBC SINGERS