Programme for Asian listeners BBC Birmingham
7.45 Sunday Programmes Bells and Sunday Reading
YSANNE CHURCHMAN reads from The Word in the Seed by GEORGE APPLETON
Come down, O love divine
8.10 Sunday Papers
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
Come down, O love divine
9.10 Sunday Papers
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Tony ShryaneAgricultural adviser: Robin
Holy Communion, Series 3, from St Oswald's Parish Church, Warton, near Cam-forth, Lancashire
Celebrant REV F. B. ODDY
Preacher BISHOP of BLACKBURN
Readings: Acts 2, vv 1-11; John 14, vv 15-31
Hymns (A and M Rev): Coma down, 0 love divine (235); Come, thou Holy Spirit (156): Come, gracious Spirit (232) Organist PETER WOOD BBC Manchester
RONALD BLYTHE appeals on behalf of the Church of St Mary Magdalene, Bildeston, whose tower has collapsed through the Nave roof. Funds are urgently needed so that services may resume.
Donations to: [address removed].
Introduced by Jim Pestridge
Motoring Book Review: ROBIN RICHARDS and HARRY LOUIS have been reading some of the latest publications.
The Yellow Lines Mystery: motoring lawyer CHARLES BRAND-RETH explains another parking peril.
The Green Card: ensuring your insurance overseas by JOHN GASELEE.
Producer GEOFF DOBSON at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions to cur. rent political issues.
Presented from Manchester by George Scott
Producer CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM Ring [number removed]BBC Manchester
Presented by Derek Cooper
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
visits The Isle of Man
Members of the Peel Gardeners' Association put their questions to FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
Questionmaster MICHAELBARRATT Producer KENNETH FORD BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Tuesday 4.5 pm)
Gardeners' Question Time 3, 40p from bookshops
Fences by DAVID POWNALL
That was a corrupt thing to do. People bet on you because they thought you were trying to win.'
Produced and directed by ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester
A series of six programmes about the British contribution to the world of sport. 3:Moonshot
Written and narrated by Paddy Feeny
Golf was played in Scotland more than 500 years ago.-PADDY FEENY explores its development from those early days to being the first game played on the moon.
The programme is introduced by John Arlott and includes contributions from
TED RAY , BOB RODNEY and VINCENT HANNA
Readers LESLIE HERITAGE and FRASER KERR
Producer HARRY CATLIN
JANE FINNIS , just back from Now Zealand, reports on some of the ways in which the problems of blind people are tackled over there.
Producer THENA HESHEL
BRIAN JOHNSTON recently visited Higham Ferrers In Northamptonshire. Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Tuesday 11.5 am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
A studio counselling session introduced by Jean Metcalfe
A professional woman discusses the difficulties of working with a committee, with Dr Wendy Greengross , Dr Colin Brewer and Paul Brown. Producer SALLY THOMPSON
London v N Ireland (Round 2) London:
Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas
Professor John B. Mays Northern Ireland:
Jack Longland (Chairman) with Dr Michael Dewar and John D. Stewart Producer TREVOR HILL BBC Manchester
A look at new books, plays and poetry with a religious theme. Presented by Gerald Prlestland
BARRY GRIFFITHS (violin)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, led by ANDREW ORTON conductor RAYMOND LEPPARD
Mozart Symphony No 25, in a minor (K 183)
8.22* Vivaldi The Seasons: Winter
8.35* Massenet Scenes alsactennes. BBC Manchester
by Victor Hugo adapted for radio in 16 parts by Barry Campbell, Constance Cox and Val Gielgud
with Robert Hardy, Trevor Martin, Malcolm Hayes, Margaret Robertson and Jean Rogers.
Jean Valjean has been sent back to the galleys. After years of happiness as M. Madeleine, Mayor of Montreuil-sur-Mer, he has admitted to his real identity to save another man from imprisonment. Fantine is dead, and he has promised to find and look after her little daughter Cosette - but how can he keep his promise now he is a prisoner?
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with Narrator Patrick Barr
In November 1847 the young English botanist Joseph Hooker set sail for India. One of his objects was the study of the plant life of the Himalayas. This he accomplished, but not without enduring hardships and dangers which he vividly described in his journal and in his letters home.
During his explorations he found and collected specimens of hundreds of previously unknown species, including some of the most exotic and beautiful of rhododendrons which now thrive in parks and gardens in many parts of Britain.
Written by PEGGY BRANFORD Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
for Whit Sunday. Devised and narrated by H. COLIN DAVIS Music BBC SINGERS