Programme for Asian listeners
7.45 Bells; programme news
7.50 Sunday Reading
Poems by GEORGE HERBERT Read by ANGELA TILBY
7.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Edited and Produced By:
from Ballyclare Presbyterian Church, Co Antrim
Conducted by REV HAROLD ALLEN. Readings: Isaiah 28, vv 16-29; 2 Timothy 1, vv 1-14 Psalm 139, vv 1-6
Hymns (Third edition RCH): The Lord is King (36); Fairest Lord Jesus (375); Thou whose almighty word (494). Organist and Choirmaster K. A. ADAMS
ROBERT DOUGALL, President of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, makes the ' Save a Place for Birds ' Appeal, for funds to safeguard Britain's wild birds whose habitats are under threat.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
Introduced by JIM PESTRIIDGE
The Art of Self-Defence: keeping out of other people's accidents by BILL LYDDON.
The Changing Law: GERALD SANCTUARY talks about the new principle of ' owner liability.' My View of Motoring: CLIVE JACOBS talks to a leading woman motorist.
Fixing up Insurance: JOHN GASELEE has advice for the first-time owner.
Producer GEOFF DOBSON at 11.43' the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions to current political issues.
Presented from Birmingham by George Scott
Producer DAVID SHUTE Ring [number removed]
Nigel Murphy presents the Sunday edition with things you should know about, like to know about and a cautionary tale or two.
12.55 Weather, programmenews
Presented by Nicholas Woolley Editor HARRY BROWN
West End Winners
Spring and Port Wine by BILL NAUGHTON with Geoffrey Banks and Judith Barker
' Over the years a man and a woman try and make a home for their children - not just a furnished place to live in, but a home with some culture. But do these children thank you? Any expression of thanks seems out of place today.'. Producer TONY CLIFF (Leeds) (Last_Monday's broadcast)
Peter Fowler visits sites and current excavations to find how new archaeological evidence is changing our understanding of the past.
Contrary to popular belief, not all major towns and cities were founded during the Roman or medieval periods. It is now becoming clear that Southampton, Walling-ford, Northampton, Hereford and other important centres were planned and built as entirely new towns by the Anglo-Saxons between the end of the Roman occupation and the Norman Conquest.
Series producer ROY HAYWARD (Bristol)
12.000 Miles from Home
The royal albatross has a wingspan of ten feet. and lays an egg weighing one pound: lingula is the earliest known animal fossil, found in rocks 600 million years old. On a recent visit to New Zealand JOHN BARRETT saw both these fascinating animals in the space of a few hours, and many more besides.
Introduced by DEREK JONES
Producer DtLYS BREESE (Bristol)
Woman at the Top: EUNICE FIORITO , blind Director of New York's office for the Handicapped, talks to SONIA BEESLEY about her plans for helping the disabled. Presented by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL Producer THENA HESHEL
... of the Trumpet
The trumpet shall be heard on high. (DRYDEN)
STEVE RACE pays tribute to one of the most thrilling instruments in the orchestra and illustrates its versatility with selections from Bach, Haydn and Handel.
5.55 Weather, programme news
Terry Wogan in conversation with Dudley Smith , mp Marjorie Proops and Frank Windsor
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER
(Repeated: Thursday 11.5 am)
Introduced by Sir John Betjeman who explores the treasures of English hymn-writing.
9: John Keble and other Tractarians
Producers DAVID WINTER and ANGELA TILBY
PIERRE AMOYAL (violin)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by VERNON HANDLEY
Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla
8.8' Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No 3. in B minor. Op 61
8.39* Tchaikovsky Suite No 3, in G (Theme and Variations)
by JOHN BUCHAN adapted for radio in three episodes by ANTONY KEAREY and produced by NORMAN WRIGHT with Noel Johnson
Michael Deacon. David March and Geoffrey Matthews
An appeal for help to trace a fabulous treasure launches Richard Hannay into a hazardous adventure on a Norland Isle.
1: The Tablet of Jade
(For cast see Tuesday 3.5 pm)
Six programmes on the impact of white ' civilisations ' on native cultures. 6: New Guinea by JAMES MCNEISH
This final programme brings the series up-to-date.
In 1974. when New Guinea was on the verge of Independence, James McNeish recorded the customs and habits of both the New Guineans and the Europeans.
The programme also includes his recordings of their music. Readers: RAMSAY WILLIAMS
KERRY FRANCIS , BONNIE HURREN Interviewer MARGARET THODEY Producer JOHN SCOTNEY
Words and music on a Christian theme devised by MONICA FURLONG
Narrator GARARD GREEN
Music contributed by the BBC SINGERS