Programme for Asian listeners BBC Birmingham
7.45 Sunday Programmes Bells and Sunday Reading
JACK BURTON reads from his book Transport of Delight.
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
Parish Eucharist (Series 3) and Harvest Festival celebration from Holy Trinity Church, Roehampton, London
Celebrant REV Richard MILLER
Assistant REV FRANK HIMSWORTH, Methodist Minister
Preacher REV W. J. MILLIGAN , Vicar
Old Testament lesson: Genesis 1, VV 24-31 (NEB)
Gospel: Luke 12, vv 13-31 (NEB) Hymns: Come, ye thankful people, come (English Hymnal 289); We plough the fields and scatter (English Hvmnal 293); We thank you. God (Canadian Hymn Book 203): All creatures of our God and King (Anglican Hymn Book 251)
Motet: Thou visites the earth (Maurice Greene )
Series 3 setting: the Walton Folk Mass (Alan Dixon )
Trumpet obbligato QUENTIN ED-GINCTON. Organist and Choir-master DON EMERY
DR HUGH JOLLY appeals on behalf of the Association for All Speech Impaired Children, which is concerned with the medical, educational, social and employment difficulties of children with severe speech and language disorders.
Donations to: [address removed]
Introduced by Jim Pestridge
The Motorcycle Business: MIKE JACKSON of NVT Motorcycles Ltd talks about the rebirth of two-wheeled travel.
Bits and Pieces: GEOFFREY HAN COCK talks about the parts of a car and where they come from. Antifreeze: CLIVE JACOBS talks to an expert about the different chemicals used.
The Deer Noise of Autumn: ERIC SIMMS illustrates a particular sound we may hear at this season in the countryside. Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Presented from Manchester by George Scott
Producer CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM BBC Manchester Ring [number removed]
Presented by Derek Cooper
12.55Weather, programme news
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor HARRY BROWN
by HENRY LIVINGS with and
I hope that this new club is going to be something more than a bar. Mr Chairman ... It'll be a centre of community life. this will: concerts, whist drives, meetings, old folks, dances, galas, works parties. Don't you think it'd be a most wonderful thing? '
Produced and directed by ALFRED BRADLEY. BBC Manchester
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners' questions with HUGH SCULLY. Producer PAMELA HOWE. BBC Bristol
Questions to: ' Talking about Antiques', BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Along the Toadstool Trail
It isn't just by chance that this toadstool -grows beneath this tree - they are in partnership and each needs the other to thrive. All is explained in this Radio Nature Trail.
Introduced by Derek Jones Producer JOHN HARRISON
Series producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
A special programme to celebrate the 15th birthday of In Touch, in which DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL, with the help of JANE FINNIS , looks at the way life for the blind has changed since 1961.
Producer THENA HESAM.
5.55 Weather, programme news
A series of 11 programmes in which current, contentious ideas are put on trial before Dick Taverne. QC and an audience of jurors in Broadcasting House.
This evening's proposition: Provided he keeps the law, a politician's private life should be no concern of the public. It is proposed by Brian Walden. mp (Labour). who, in 1970, presented a Right of Privacy Bill and opposed by John Selwyn Gummer. politician, author of The Permissive Society and formerly a Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Party.
Each advocate will call his witnesses, cross-question his opponent's and argue his case so that you. the jury, may reach a verdict.
Producer HUGH PURCELL
In this new series the singer Nigel Douglas takes a light-hearted look at some of the predicaments of operatic lovers in and out of marriage. 2: Operatic Seducers Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
traces the religious dimension in books and music.
Presenter Gerald Priestland Producer MONICA FURLONG
Solomon Plays Grieg
With the PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Rossini Overture: Semiramide conducted by CARLO MARIA GIULINI
Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor conducted by HERBERT MENGES
Tchaikovsky Movements from the Ballet: Nutcracker conducted by WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH : records
by ANTHONY TROLLOPE , dramatised in eight parts by D. G. BRIDSON Jeremy Clyde as John Caldigate Gretta Gouriet as Hester Peter Bull as Sir John Joram
MARY BOLTON : You Will still not come back to your father's house?
HESTER: No Mama. My true home is my husband's home and I shall wait here for him. MARY: Then. Hester, I can only tell you that you are living in mortal and grievous sin.
HESTER: Dear Mama - it is useless to say more.... John told me bo stay here and I shall stay here.
8: Her Majesty's Command
Produced and directed by DAVID H. GODFREY (Rptd: Tues 3.5 pm)
Mrs Mary Bolton:
Narrator (Anthony Trollope):
Introduced by Wynford Vaughan Thomas
Country and domestic crafts in Gloucestershire and Cheshire are traced by BOB DANVERS-WALKER and JUDI GOODWIN.
ALLAN MARSHALL looks at a moorland clough of outstanding beauty on the doorstep of industrial Lancashire, and NORMAN TURNER spends market day in a North Yorkshire town. GWYN RICHARDS looks at the effects of another hot summer on the orchards of the Vale of Evesham, and in strife-torn Northern Ireland. JOHN BENNETT frees himself of the troubles to tell some of the stories of the walk from the golden sands of Portrush to the stark ruins of Dunluce Castle. Producer DON MOSEY. BBC Manchester (Repeated: Friday 11.5 am)
The evening office of Compline