Programme for Asian listeners BBC Birmingham
7.45 Sunday Programmes Bells and Sunday Reading. Travels in Oudamovia by JOHN AUSTIN BAKER Read by PETER FETTES
Presented hy GERALD PRIESTLAND Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
Tony ShryaneAgricultural adviser: Anthony
from Grosvenor, St Aidan's United Reformed Church, Didsbury, Manchester. Minister and Preacher, REV NORMAN LEAK
Readings (NEB): Proverbs 4, vv 10-18; 2 Corinthians 4, vv 11-18; John 14, vv 1-11
Hymns (Church Hymnary 3rd edition): Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness (40); Look upon us, blessed Lord (129): Thou art the way (121); Rejoice, the Lord is King (296) Organist KEITH MILLS BBC Manchester
RT HON LORD HILL OF LUTON appeals on behalf of the Chest, Heart and Stroke Association, for funds to extend its work. Donations to: [address removed]
Introduced by Jim Pestridge
The Road Ahead: PETER SHORE, MP, Secretary of State for the Environment, talks to ERIC TOBITT about aspects of the Consultation Document on Transport Policy published last month.
Magistrates and Motorists: CLIVE JACOBS talks about those who administer the law.
The Family Car?: PEGGY MAKINS asks who makes the decision about a new car?
Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions to current political issues. Presented from Birmingham by George Scott. Producer DAVID SHUTE BBC Birmingham Ring [number removed]
Presenter Derek Cooper
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
Members of the Thorner and District Produce Association put questions to FRED LOADS
BILL SOWEKBUTTS, ALAN GEMMELL Questionmaster MICHAEL BARRATT Producer KENNETH FORD BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Tuesday 4.5 pm)
by Leo Tolstoy, dramatised for radio in two parts by Liane Aukin, based on Rosemary Edmonds's translation
with Sarah Badel, Anthony Newlands, John Rowe
Karenin has discovered his wife's affair with Count Vronsky. Their destructive passion contrasts strongly with the growing love between Kitty and Levin.
A series of six programmes about the British contribution to the world of sport.
1: Oh What a Lovely Goal
Written and narrated by Paddy Feeny
During this period of the Home Internationals, PADDY FEENY explores the history of football, illustrated by means of personal memories, comments and recorded highlights; together with the voices of: JOHN ARLOTT, GEORGE AINSLEY, GEOFFREY GREEN, ALAN PARRY, BOB WALL and DIXIE DEAN
Readers CHRISTOPHER BIDMEAD, PETER CRAZE and JEFFREY SEGAL
Producer MARTIN JENKINS
(30 May 2: Racing)
A magazine edition of this programme about wildlife and the countryside.
Introduced by PETER FRANCE Producer JOHN HARRISON
Series producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Wednesday 9.5 am)
1 If it's to do with moving about, then it's mobility.' DAVID MUMFORD talks to MARGARET FORD about the work of a mobility officer.
Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKBALL Producer THENA HESREL
BRIAN JOHNSTON recently visited Clovelly In Devon
Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Tuesday 11.5 am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
A studio counselling session introduced by Jean Metcalfe
Two women faced with caring for elderly and demanding relatives and a man who feels he failed in the task discuss their difficulties with Dr Una Kroll. Dr James Hemming and Sir Ronald Gibson.
Producer SALLY THOMPSON
(Repeated: Thursday 11.5 am)
A look at new books, plays and poetry with a religious theme. Presented by Colin Morris
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GERAINT JONES
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3. in G. for strings
8.17* Mozart Serenade No 9. In D (Posthorn) (K 320) BBC Wales
by Victor Hugo, adapted for radio in 16 parts by Barry Campbell, Constance Cox and Val Gielgud
Robert Hardy as Victor Hugo, Trevor Martin as Jean Valjean and Morag Hood as Fantine
Jean Valjean has become a respectable, and respected, citizen in Montreuil-sur-Mer, but his past will not be ignored.
(For cast see Tuesday 3.5 pm)
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with Sam Wanamaker as Phineas T. Barnum
When the American showman P. T. Barnum described Charles S. Stratton as ' an unparalleled curiosity ' he for once didn't exaggerate. ' General Tom Thumb ', as Barnum advertised him around the world, was probably the most successful performer in the history of show business until the present age of the ' pop ' star. More than 20-million people paid high prices to see him. His height was 25 inches. his personality so engaging that Queen Victoria sent for him three times to appear at Buckingham Palace. This programme tells his astonishing story.
Narrator Gary Watson Wittl DOUGLAS BLACKWELL
DAVID GRAHAM , LESLIE HERITAGE MARGARET ROBERTSON ROGER SNOWDON
Written by PEGGY BRADFORD Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
On the Theme of Age
Devised and narrated by H. COLIN DAVIS
Music BBC SINGERS