S.12 Farming Today
6.40 Prayer for the Day C. A. JOYCE
Introduced by Barry Norman
At 7.0 and 8.0 News and more of Today with Thought for the Day 7.45-7.50 English Regions: see column 5
by EILEEN CAPEL
Read by LEONARD SACHS
2: In which the Professor is Forced to Study the Tea Leaves
(Sat's broadcast: revised)
nem. p 42; Prav that Jerusalem may have (BBC HB 472); Psalm 84; Acts 25. v 26 to 26, v 8 (RSV); Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem (BBC HB 123)
Ivor's Sunday Best by JENNIFER THOMAS Read by David Lyn
Could Ivor make his battleaxe -S of a mother-in-law laugh? Ivor thought he could and backed -3 his opinion with his money, Producer IIARRI GWYNN
Dennis McCarthy reports
This week: a British window-cleaner turns matador, a young lady who ties herself up in knots and a hunter of working-class ghosts.
Producer PETER DE ROSA
Presenter Nigel Murphy
Flash Guns: anybody who takes photographs knows how important it is to have a flash gun. but flash bulbs and cubes have become expensive and the results can be variable. Something which overcomes both problems is the computer flash gun which NIGEL MURPHY discusses with the Technical Editor of the world's largest circulation photographic magazine.
And in Shopping Basket MARGARET KORVING looks at the cost of everyday items and reports on best buys.
A radio happening with Jimmy Edwards. Ted Ray Arthur Askey
In the chair McDonald Robley Special guest Freddie Davies
From an idea by JIMMY EDWARDS Producer EDWARD TAYLOR
Weather and programme news VHF Regional news and weather
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two
Reading your letters.
Swimming ' The Ditch ': to mark the centenary of the first Channel swim, ROSEMARY HART -HILL talks to swimmers past and present.
A Lakeland Collection: TREVOR HILL visits Kendal and meets MARY BURKETT , Director of the Abbot Hall Art Gallery and Museum.
EILEEN ATKINS reads
Norfolk Child (4)
Story: Bertha has a Holiday by LIANE SMITH
More adventures in Bertha the Tanker, 20p from bookshops
Peter Pacey as Ken
Hitch Hiker by STUART ALLISON
Half-past-seven tomorrow morning she's going. And I've got to be in York by then. Two hundred and fifty miles. I can't afford to miss that bus into Swindon. That road's a shocker for lifts.
Friends and people Ken meets: CAROLE BOYD , MICHAEL COCHRANE ALAN DUDLEY , SHEILA GRANT
NIGEL LAMBERT , DEBORAH PAIGE NORMA RONALD , PAUL ROSEBURY and DAVID SINCLAIR
Producer DAVID SPENSER
JACK DE MANIO meets the famous, the not-so-famous and sometimes even the downright obscure. Producer MICHELL RAPER
4: The Coup d'Etat
William Hardcastle with PM's reporting team
5.50 Financial Report
VHF Regional news and weather
5.55 Weather, programme news
(Repeated: Friday 1.30 pm)
(Gareth Armstrong is a member of the RSC)
Dick Tracey presenting world news and views
The first of six programmes which recall some of the highlights of this popular programme since it began in October 1948. including the voices of Baroness Stocks
Lady Violet Bonham Carter
Lord Boothby Malcolm Muggeridge A. G. Street and Ralph Wightman
Presented by Michael BowCB (Bristol)
Lady Violet Bonham
Lord Boothby Malcolm
Narrated by Edgar Lustgarten Written and produced by ALAN BURGESS
Of all the terrible Nazi stories to emerge from the Second World War, none is more dramatic than that of Adolf Eich mann. He. more than his twin overlords, Himmler and Heydrich, masterminded ' The Final Solution,' the Hitlerite doctrine which resulted in the murder of six million Jews. At the end of the War. like many other Nazi criminals, he ' disappeared.' He did not reckon, however, with the vengeance of the Israelis. How their agents traced him, abducted him from the Argentine, and flew him back to Israel to confront Jewish survivors from ghettos and concentration camps, created a trial as dramatic as any in history.
Presenter Michael Oliver Producer DAVID PERRY
John Tusa reporting
The views of young people on seven contemporary questions. Chaired by Jill Burridge with Dr Edward de Bono
4: Getting a Home, and the Problems Involved
' We may have to consider a shift system.'