Programme for Asian listeners BBC Birmingham
7.45 Sunday Programmes Bells and Sunday Reading Travels in Oudamovia by JOHN AUSTIN BAKER Read by PETER feptes
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer LES Mitchell BBC Manchester
8.50 Programme news
by ALISTAIR COOKE
from Clarence Park Baptist Church, Weston-super-Mare Led by REV CHARLES BECKET
Hymns (BHB): God is in his temple (41); 0 son of man (127); Hallelujah! sing to Jesus (168); Where cross the crowded ways of life (533)
Lesson: Acts 1, vv 1-11 (NEB) Organist CECIL PATT BBC Bristol
alvar lidell appeals on behalf of the National Listening Library which provides a postal library service of recorded ' talking books for handicapped and elderly people who are unable to read in the normal way.
Donations to: [address removed]
Introduced by Jim Pestrldge
Keeping Fit by DONALD NORFOLK. Holidays Ahead - Caravanning: DEREK AGNEW of the Caravan Club; Leaving Britain: BILL PERRY of the RAC; Ferry Ways: by BOB BEVAN of European Ferries Group; Snow Go: by GEORGE BISHOP
Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions to cur-, rent political issues.
Presented from Birmingham by George Scott
Producer DAVID SHUTE BBC Birmingham Ring [number removed]
Presented by Derek Cooper
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
MICHAEL BARRATT invites
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL to answer questions which listeners have sent in by post. Producer KENNETH FORD BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Tuesday 4.5 pm)
Isabel Dean. John Phillips Paul Seed and John Rowe in Like the Leaves by GIUSEPPE GIACOSA , translated by HENRY REED
' These are people who can't stand up to a blizzard - the first puff of wind, and they're blown away. Blown away, like the leaves from a tree.'
Produced and directed by DAVID SPENSER
2: The Sport of Kings
Paddy Feeny explores some of the history and the present state of racing. With him in the studio are racing writers DAVID HUNN and CHRISTOPHER POOLE to recall some of the highlights of the racing calendar - anticipating, of course, next Wednesday's classic event - the 1976 Derby.
With the recorded voice of JOHN ARLOTT
Readings by JEFFREY SEGAL and LESLIE HERITAGE
Producer MAURICE LEITCH
It's never too late to start: octogenarian netta HARVEY, who has been learning braille and typing, talks to PETER white about the way she tackled some of the problems she met in acquiring new skills. Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL Producer THENA HESHEL
BRIAN JOHNSTON recently visited Bruton in Somerset
Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Tuesday 11.5 am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
A studio counselling session introduced by Jean Metcalfe Two mothers examine their feelings of hatred for their sons with Dr Una Kroll and Dr James Hemming.
Producer SALLY THOMPSON
(Repeated: Thursday 11.5 am)
London v Midlands (Round 2) London:
Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas
Professor John B. Mays who soon discover what can be blasted, also shipowning and deposed. Midlands:
Jack Longland (Chairman) with John Julius Norwich Dr Frederick Milson who recognise a nocturnal mammal contributing to feminine seductiveness, a cooking stand, and a short nail that takes a lot of beating. Producer TREVOR HtLL BBC Manchester
(Revised repeat: Wed 11.5 am)
Professor John B.
A look at new books, plays and poetry with a religious theme. Presented by tSerald Priestiand
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS Berlioz Overture: Waverley
Mendelssohn Symphony No 4. in A (Italian)
Elgar Serenade in E minor, for string orchestra
(Recording made available by courtesy of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Transcription Trust)
by Victor Hugo, adapted for radio in 16 parts by Barry Campbell, Constance Cox and Val Gielgud
with Robert Hardy as Victor Hugo
We leave the story of Jean Valjean briefly to follow the course of the battle of Waterloo - and encounter a wounded soldier.
The battle is described by Neville Jason, John Rowe and Alan Rowe as the French, English and Prussian narrators
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.5 pm)
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In 1796 Samuel Taylor Cole ridge took his family to live in Nether Stowey in the Quantocks. Early in the following year he was joined by William and Dorothy Wordsworth.
There followed one of the most creative periods in both poets'lives. 1797 was. as Coleridge said later, an Annus Mirabilis. This is an account of that year.
Producer MARY PRICE BBC Bristol
Words and music on a Christian theme devised and narrated by H. COLIN DAVIS Music BBC SINGERS