6.40 Prayer for the Day REV BARNEY MILLIGAN
Introduced bv John Timpson and Brian Redhead
Including at C.50 and 7.5* VHF Regional news and weather; at 6.55 and 7.55 Weather and programme news
At 7.0 and 8.8 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
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Events and sounds of a past year to challenge the memories of Resident team
Isobel Barnett and Terry Wogan and Guests James Cameron and Sue MacGrcgor
Chairman Sheridan Morley
MARGARET HOWARD sets the questions with selected recordings from the BBC Sound Archives. Producer MADEAU STEWART Sheridan Morley 's Preview: p 17
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BBC home correspondents and reporters look beyond the headline stories.
Introduced by BRYAN MARTIN Producer TOM READ
nem, p 79; My God, my King, thy various praise (BBC Hb 13); Psalm 104, vv 25-36; 1 Samuel 3, vv 1-12 (AV); 0 food of men wayfaring IBBC HB 209)
You Can't Take Mink from a Stranger by SYLVIA LEWIN
Read by Sheila Mitchell
Have you been given this for past favours granted,' I asked, ' or for favours to come? Hope you don't mind my asking.... '
A domestic comedy about retirement written by ANNE JONES starring Deryck Guyler and Mollie Sugden as Mr and Mrs Wheeler with Norman Rossington asJackBailey
This week: Mother's Little Pet with JOHN BADDELEY as Nev PATRICIA GREENE as Kath YSANNE CHURCHMAN as Ange GRAHAM WESTON as Bob Producer TRAFFORD WHITELOCK
Presenter Nigel Murphy
I Know My Rights - or Do IT
A general knowledge contest between schools
Questionmasters TIM GUDGIN and BOB HOLNESS
First Round. 1: Home Counties Dr Challoner's Grammar School, Amersham v Southend-on-Sea High School for Girls
Questions set by roy SMITH Producer MARTIN FISHER
(Repeated: Friday 6.15 pm)
Weather, programme news
VHF Regional news and weather
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week:
Twiggy, model, singer, dancer and 60s phenomenon
Women and the Law: TESS GILL on recent developments.
There's a Lot of it About ': which gives no comfort to ANNE SUTER.
To Sew a Fine Seam?: is the teaching of needlework in our schools all that it might be? ANNE MACNAMARA reports.
The Moon and Sixpence (6)
Story: Excuse me Please. I've Lost a Spot by ANNE WELLINGTON
Nocturne of Provincial Spring by R. c. SCRIVEN
The sixth play in an occasional series in which the author recollects his childhood and ado. lescence. with Stephen Murray as the Narrator
Other parts played by JUDY BENNETT. MICHAEL DEACON , STEVE HODSON , HAYDN JONES , NIGEL LAM BERT, HECTOR ROSS , MICHAEL SHANNON and HELEN WORTH Producer CHARLES LEFEAUX
The Seasons of the Blind, a collection of five other radio plays by R. C. Scriven , £ 3.50 from bookshops
But Peggy Makins stayed on to deal with those problems for 38 years for Woman magazine. Why did she stay, how valuable does she think agony cotumns are. did the problems change, what does she think of the present generation's increased freedom and what are PEGGY MAKtNS 's views of herself? In discussion With GWYNt"m HENCERSON she comes up with some surprising and controversial answers.
Producer GWYNETB HENDERSON
Summer of the Seats
8:Shadow of the Hunter
5.50 medium wave only Financial Report
VHF Regional news and weather
5.55 Weather, programme news
The questions and ideas you send are discussed this week by Renee Houston. Andree MeHy Margaret Powetl. Nancy Wtse In the chair Anena Winn
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Producer JOHN BRtDGES
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JehnTtdmarshpresenting wortd news and views
Ring Robin Day to put your questions in person to our guest of the evening. With an eye on topical interest we are leaving the invitation as near as possible to the date
To promote a maximum flow of questions [number removed] will take them from 6.0 pm until the end of the programme.
Early and Later Loves
The Brst of six programmes
America and theWortd Experience Six talks on the eve of America's bicentennial celebrations, by DantttJ.Boerstin, Librarian of Congress and former Senior Historian at the Smithsonian Institution. Washington DC.
1: The Birth of Exploration
In his opening lecture Dr Boorstin presents the case for a crucial distinction between 'discovering' and 'exploring'. and he examines the consequences for mankind of the discovery of America-the unknown "fourth part of the world" - and its subsequent colonisation.
John Tusa reporting
Overture and Beginners (3)