Programme for Asian listeners BBC Birmingham
7.45 Sunday Programmes Bells and Sunday Reading w. d. KENNEDY BELL reads the second extract from The Brink of Mystery by AUSTIN FARRER
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
from Elim Pentecostal Church, Southampton
Led by REV DR WILLIAM MAYBIN Hymns (Redemption Hymnali: Love divine. all loves excelling (71: Blaenwern) : My song shall be of Jesus (634):Rejoice' Rejoice! Our King is coming! (767)
Lesson: John 14. vv 1-7 and 17. vv 20-26 (J. B. Phillips )
Organist joses SMITH. Pianist COLIN GARNHAM. BBC Bristol
The Rector, REV A. B. DE T. ANDREWS appeals on behalf of the restoration of St Nicholas's Church. Worth. one of the finest Saxon churches in the country. Donations to: The Rector, [address removed]
Members of Motoring Clubs and Road Safety Organisations in the City of London discuss motoring matters with KENNETH MARKS, MP. Undersecretary of State, Department of the Environment: ELWYN REED , driving school instructor and proprietor; and IAN MORTON , motoring correspondent of the Evening Standard.
Chairman Jim Pestridge
Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report
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 HARRY BROWN
All In Good Time by BILL NAUGHTON
' That son of yours has shamed me ... all his reading, his fancy music and what not, yet when it comes to it he can't fulfil his marr.ed duties.... ' Produced and directed by ALFRED BRADLEY. BBC Manchester
Seven weekly programmes Introduced by Professor Colin Renfrew 4: Graves and Burials
Archaeologists have traditionally regarded burial sites as sources of grave goods for defining the existence of people in the past. Modern archaeologists now regard burials as indicators of living societies.
An approach which ANDREW FLEMING discusses with SUSAN SHENNAN , JUDSON CHESTERMAN , PROFESSOR COLIN RENFREW and DR PATRICIA PHILLIPS. BBC Bristol
(For details see Wed 9.5 am;
After the Operation
JANET SILVER explains to KEVIN MULHERN how patients can be helped to use their sight once a cataract has been removed. Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACK -HALL. Producer THENA HESHEL
5.55 Weather, programme news
London v Northern Ireland (Round 4) London:
Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas and Professor John B. Mays who are slightly at sea in making a heroic connection between a Scottish valley, a beautiful French mountain and an English summit, one of which replaced the upper reaches of an Egyptian river. Northern Ireland:
Jack Longland (Chairman) with Dr Michael Dewar and John D. Stewart who discover that an inability to see things near at hand starts out in the same way as a dislike of bishops or, to some extent, the Rev John Laputa. Producer TREVOR HILL BBC Manchester
(Revised repeat: Wed 11.5 am)
Professor John B.
Sir John Betjeman introduces hymns and their writers. 10: From the Cathedral
With GEOFFREY SHAW (Soloist) and the LONDON EMMANUEL CHOIR conducted by MURIEL SHEPHERD Producer HUBERT HOSKINS
DENIS BROTT (cello)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conductor BORIS BROTT
Ravel Pavane pour une Infante defunte
8.8* Tchalkovsky Variations on a Rococo theme, for cello and orchestra
8.29* Haydn Symphony No 104, in p (The London). BBC Wales
by ANTHONY TROLLOPE , dramatised in eight parts by d. G. BRIDSON with Jeremy Clyde as John Caldigate
Gretta Gouriel as Hester Bolton FATHER: Have you really come home for good. John?
CALDIGATE: I hope so. I've left some unfinished business in Nobble but I hope it can be fixed up without my having to return.
FATHER: You mean the sale of the Potyeuka Mine?
CALDIGATE: Yes. I'm asking £60,000 for it.
3: Return of the Prodigal
Produced and directed by DAVID H. GOOFREY
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.5 pm)
Mrs Mary Bolton:
Mrs Robert Bolton:
Narrator (Anthony Trollope):
Five programmes about famous books and their authors. 5: Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift
A book has been published here of the travels of one Gulliver, which has been the conversation of the whole town ever since. 'Tis said that you are the author, but I am told the bookseller declares he knows not from what hand it came.' (JOHN GAY TO DEAN swift) An account of the writing and reception of Gullii'er's Travels, first published 250 years ago. with Michael Spice as Swift and John Franklyn-Robbins as Gulliver. Other parts: GEOFFREY BANKS. RONALD HARVI , RONALD HERDMAN , and GRAHAM ROBERTS Narrator David Mahlowe
Written and produced by STANLEY WILLIAMSON BBC Manchester
The evening office of Compline