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6.22 Farming Today
6.40 Prayer for the Day ROBERT RIETTY

: Today

Introduced by John Tlmpson and Desmond Lynam
Including at 6.50 and 7.50 VHF Regional news and weather; at
6.55 and 7.55 Weather and programme news. At 7.0 and 8.0 News and more of Today with Sports-desk at 7.27 and 8.27; Today's Papers at 7.35* and 8.35* and Thought for the Day 7.45-7.50 English Regions: see column 5

Contributors

Introduced By: John Tlmpson
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam

: News

: Parents and Children

Television - The Third Parent? Children in this country watch nearly 25 hours of TV every week - some oj it aimed exclusively at them but a lot of it intended for adult viewing only. What effect does this massive leisure-time activity haue on them and their livest Does it stimulate their imagination or harm their natural resource/ulnessf
Andy Price talks to parents, children and the makers and promoters of TV for children. Producer MARY RFDCLIFFE
Parents and Children: What do you know about your rights?: 60p from bookshops

: News

: In Britain Now

BBC Home correspondents and reporters look beyond the headline stories. Introduced by PAUL-INE BUSHNELL. Producer TOM READ

Contributors

Unknown: Ine Bushnell.

: Daily Service

NEM. p 38; Jesu, thy mercies are untold (BBC HB 324); Canticle 12; Acts 15, vv 22-35 (Rsv); Crown him with many crowns (BBC HB 124)

: Morning Story

Like Bread and Butter by DAPHNE LISTER
Read by Cyril Shaps
The whole village was agog with this new intrigue and watching every move to see what would be the outcome of it all ... But Lean never breathed a word to anyone .

Contributors

Unknown: Daphne Lister
Read By: Cyril Shaps

: News

: Thirty-Minute Theatre

Report on Mr Lane by JOHN stock
The most dedicated school-master I have ever met. Teaching to him is his whole life, the single purpose of his existence.'
Producer DAVID HGODFREY

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Lane
Unknown: John Stock
Producer: David Hgodfrey
Mr Lane: Garard Green
Mr Rayner: Michael Deacon
Mr Partridge: Nigel Lambert
Mr Harrison: Clifford Norgate
Mr Deacon: Hector Ross
Mr Bowen: Haydn Jones
Galvin: Simon Callow
CraggS: Olwen Griffiths
Third boy: Anthony Smer
Fourth boy: Carole Boyd

: News

: You and Yours

Presenter Derek Cooper
Who Rules Schools?: DAVID BAWKSWORTH talks to parents, teachers and pupils who want to change the traditional role of school governors.

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Cooper
Talks: David Bawksworth

: Brain of Britain 1975

Second Round
Chairman Robert Robinson 17: North of England
IAN FORSYTH, civil servant PETER BROWN , journalist JOHN TUNNEY , journalist including ' Beat the Brains '
Programme devised by JOHN . WYNN, Who, With IAN GILLIES , sets the questions.
Producer CHRISTOPHER SERLE (Repeated: Friday 6 15 pm)
12.55
Weather and programme news VHF Regional news and weather

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Peter Brown
Unknown: John Tunney
Unknown: Ian Gillies
Producer: Christopher Serle

: The World at One: News

William Hardcastle

Contributors

Unknown: William Hardcastle

: The Archers

: Woman's Hour

Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week:
Michael Ayrton , sculptor
2.0-2.2 News
Reading-your letters
Hospital Chaplain: DAVID PARRY -JONES talks to REV NORMAN autton , whose parish is University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. Other People's Kitchens: DILYS MORGAN visits HONOR WYATT'S. The Last Unicorn (12)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Ayrton
Unknown: David Parry
Unknown: Rev Norman Autton
Unknown: Dilys Morgan
Unknown: Honor Wyatt'S.

: Listen with Mother

Story: Daffy and the Rubbish by BEVA LAINE

: News

: Afternoon Theatre

Peter Marinker. Bonnie Hurren in Daisy Miller
The story by HENRY JAMES adapted for radio by \MARY HOPE ALLEN She came tripping downstairs, buttoning her long gloves, squeezing her folded parasol against her pretty figure, and as I took in her charming air, the note of some small sweet strain of romance seemed to sound.
SignorGiovanelli Michael deacon Pianist MARTIN GOLDSTEtN Produce BETTY DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Marinker.
Unknown: Bonnie Hurren
Unknown: Daisy Miller
Story By: Henry James
Radio By: Mary Hope Allen
Pianist: Martin Goldstetn
Unknown: Betty Davies
Frederick Winterbourne: Peter Marinkbr
Daisy Miller: Ronnie Hurren
Randolph Miller: Earl Rhobes
Mrs Miller: Marion Harris
Eugenio: Nigel Lambert
Costello: Margaret Robertson
Mrs Walker: Madi Hedd

: News

: Borge on Rossini

Some musical facts you didn' know you were missing read by Victor Borge from his book
My Favourite Intervals
Illustrated with the music of Rossini. Producer JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Read By: Victor Borge
Producer: John Browell

: Story Time

Our Hearts were Young and Gay S: Rabbits and H. G. Wells

Contributors

Unknown: H. G. Wells

: PM Reports

William Hardcastle and PM's reporting team
5.50 Financial Report
VHF Regional news and weather S.55 Weather, programme news

Contributors

Unknown: William Hardcastle

: News

: Twenty Questions

In the chair Terry Wogan On the panel
Anona Winn. Brian Johnston William Rushton and Bettine le Beau
Voice GRETTA GOURIET. Producer ALASTAIR SCOTT JOHNSTON

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Anona Winn.
Unknown: Brian Johnston
Unknown: William Rushton
Producer: Alastair Scott Johnston

: The Archers

(Repeated: Thursday 1.30 pm)

: News Desk

John Tidmarsh

Contributors

Unknown: John Tidmarsh

: What Ho, Jeeves!: 3: The Butter Situation

by P.G. Wodehouse
starring Michael Hordern as Jeeves and Richard Briers as Bertie Wooster
Clive Francis as Lord Chuffnell, with John Graham as Sir Roderick Glossop, Alaric Cotter as Brinkley, John Dunbar as Police Sgt Voules
Adapted by Chris Miller from the book "Thank You, Jeeves"

Contributors

Author: P.G. Wodehouse
Adapted by: Chris Miller
Producer: Peter Titheradge
Jeeves: Michael Hordern
Bertie Wooster: Richard Briers
Lord Chuffnell: Clive Francis
Sir Roderick Glossop: John Graham
Brinkley: Alaric Cotter
Police Sgt. Voules: John Dunbar

: The Guns of Singapore

The fall of Singapore in 1942 was the greatest defeat the British Empire ever sustained. K was also the most shameful In that twas inflicted by a despised and underestimated Japanese task force.
Many questions remain to be answered. Was it really the result of the total complacency of the British residents? Were Churchilland his Cabinet really unaware that the fortress's main guns pointed the wrong way? Why was the jungle impenetrable only to our side?
These and other questions are examined in Peter Hunt 's programme, using a good deal of unpublished material.
Producer Robert craoock

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Hunt

: Artistic Licence

The third of eight programmes In which John Ebdon introduces a potpourri of recordings taken from the BBC Sound Archives, In which famous literary and artistic people talk about themselves, their work, their inspirations — and each other... Producer NATALiE wheen

Contributors

Introduces: John Ebdon

: Kaleidoscope

Presenter Paul Vaughan Producer john POWELL

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Vaughan
Producer: John Powell

: Weather

: The World Tonight: News

John Tusa reporting

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa

: A Book at Bedtime

Little Boy Lost (8)

: News

preceded by Weather








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