Programme for Asian listeners
7.45 Bells; programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading from
Cycles of Affirmation by JACK DOMINIAN. Read by PETER FETTES
7.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer COLIN SEMPER
8.50 Programme news
Family Communion (Series S) from the Parish Church of St Leonard, Seaford. Sussex
Celebrant and Preacher: REV LEWIS ROPER. assisted by REV JOHN SWEATUAN
Hymns (A and M Rev): 0 praise ye the Lord! 1376): Let all mortal flash keep silence (390)
Psalm 8: 0 Lord our Governor Anthem: Jesus. Lamb of God, Redeemer (Mozart)
Epistle: 2 Corinthians 4, vv 1-10 (Jerusalem Bible)
Gospel: John 13, VT 33-36 (Jerusalem Bilble)
Secretary of the Tower
F. M. HENTY Organist and Choirmaster BRIAN Richards
DR ROY STRONG. Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum , appeals on behalf of the restoration of St Nicholas Parish Church in the small market town of Alcester.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed].
Introduced by JIM PESTRIDGE
Stop It: a discussion about brakes - the systems and defects.
Speed Limit Warning: aids for the driver by ERIC TOBITT.
Racing Driver: GEORGE BISHOP tries his skill.
Bumper Crop: a harvest of offbeat motoring news by CLIVE JACOBS
Producer GEOFF DOBSON at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions to current political issues.
Presented from Manchester by George Scott
Producer MICHAEL GREEN Ring [number removed]
Nigel Murphy present* the Sunday edition
11.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Nicholas Woolley Editor HARRY BROWN
A year of Gardeners' Question Time. KEN FORD recalls some of the places visited, and some of the questions asked during the past year, with FRED LOADS
BILL SOWERBUTTS , ALAN GEMMELL Producer KENNETHFORD
Events at the Salamander Hotel by DON HAWORTH
' We ought to form a stack.'
What's that in the name of God? '
' American thing Alvtn knows about.'
' One guy pays for a room and the rest move tn for free.' Producer RICHARD WORTLEY
by THOMAS MANN translated by H. LOWE-PORTER abridged a.nd read in eight Instalments by Gabriel Woolf 7: A House Divided
Middle age brings Senator Thomas Buddenbrook the feeling that whatever life has to offer she has already offered and he has already taken. There will be no new achievements. For the future there is still his work, his child, his marriage. But are they enough? And are they secure? Producer JOHN CARDY
Discussing listeners' queries and comments about wildlife and the countryside.
Introduced by DEREK JONES ProducerJOHN HARRISON
Series producer DILYS BREESE (Bristol)
(Repeated: Wednesday 9.5 am) Questions to Talking Point. The Living World, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Introduced by JANE FINNIS
PETER WHITE. our reporter, visits a race meeting to find out what thrills this sport has for the blind. Producer MARLENE PEASE
' Don.t ask me Irving Berlin's place in American music. He is American music.'
From ' Alexander's Ragtime Band ' to ' Call Me Madam we celebrate both the best - and the worst - of Berlin's songs, with recorded help from ETHEL MERMAN. FRED ASTAIRE BING CROSBY , GROUCHO MARX and many others
Written by FRANK DIXON Presented by RAY MOORE Producer HERBERT SMITH
(Repeated: Tuesday 11.5 am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
Terry Wogan invites personalities from the world of literature, showbusiness, sport, and other fields, to join him in conversation.
This week his guests at the National Agricultural Centre, Warwickshire, are:
Ed Stewart, John Braine and Kenneth Williams.
London v North (Round 3) London:
Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas
Professor John B. Mays who successfully prefix a tennis stroke to an impaled sweet-meat and, by adding a light-coloured horse, arrive at an American tree. North:
Jack Longland (Chairman) with Dr Patrick Nuttgens
Professor Harry Armytage who connect a polyglottal miracle and the baptising, of believers in white robes. Producer TREVOR HILL (Manchester)
(Rpld: Wednesday 11.5 am)
Book, Round Britain Quiz, questions and answers from the programme: 40p from bookshops
Professor John B.
Introduced by Cliff Morgan who explores the treasures of English hymn-writing and talks about the writers.
5: Hymns of the Mission Hall Producers DAVID WINTER and ANGELA TILBY
BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA conducted by MEREDITH DAVIES
Berlioz Overture: Beatrice and Benedict
8.10* Dvorak Symphony No 6
Alexander Cordell's best-selling novel dramatised for radio in four parts by Elaine Morgan
A historical novel about the impact of the industrial revolution on rural Wales, with Ray Smith, Sion Probert, Christine Pritchard, Margaret John
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.5 pm)
Iestyn, as a boy:
Six programmes on the impact of white ' civilisations ' on native cultures.
2: A Great War in Miniature
The Tasmanian and Maori wars Written by JAMESMCNEISH
Narrated by Trader Faulkner
We make no pompous display of philanthropy. We say unequivocally: ' The government must remove the natives - not. they will be hunted down like wild beasts and destroyed.' With RONALD HERDMAN
NIGEL ANTHONY , PETER MARINKER DENIS MCCARTHY. JOHN RYE
ANTHONY SMEE and CARQLE BOYD Producer JOHN SCOTNEY
The evening office of Compline