Make Yourself at Home
Programme for Asian listeners BBC Birmingham
7.45 Sunday Programmes Bells and Sunday Reading
JOHN BAKER reads from No Continuing City by GENERAL FREDERICK COUTTS
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
by ALISTAIR COOKE
Sunday Mass from the Roman Catholic Church of St Michael and All Angels, Ash, Surrey Celebrant and preacher FR TIMOTHY JELF
Organist RITA MOORE
The Proper of the Mass is composed by a parishioner, JOHN ELWES
Hymns, from The 20th Century Folk Hymnal, Vol 1: On this hour be your blessing, Lord (No 56); 0 the love of my Lord is the essence (No 79); Shalom my friend, shalom (No 39); Peace, perfect peace (No 2); Love is his word (No 66)
Reading: Deuteronomy 6, 2-6; Gospel: Mark 12, 28-34 Responsorial Psalm: 17
FATHER FRANCIS O'LEARY , Founder, appeals on behalf of Jospice International, which cares for people who are terminally sick and destitute, both at home and abroad. It relies totally on voluntary donations. Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed].
The Last London Motor Show? What does a Motor Show set out to do? What are the views about moving it to Birmingham in 1978? CLIVE JACOBS , BRIAN ROBINS and BRENDA WILLIAMS are the interviewers
Jim Pestridge introduces the programme
Producer GEOFF DOBSON at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions from outside Westminster to current political issues.
Presented from Manchester by Dick Godfrey
Producer CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM BBC Manchester Ring [number removed]
Presented by Derek Cooper
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor HARRY BROWN
visits Weybridge, Surrey, where members of the Weybridge Horticultural Club put their questions to FRED LOADS, BILL SpWERBUTTS, ALAN GEMMELL Questionmaster MICHAEL BARRATT Producer KENNETH FORD BBC Manchester
(Repeated- Tuesday 4.5 pm)
Under the Wool by DAVID POWNALL
HARRY: They're offering me a lot of money, just for the right to prospect the area for three months. A lot of money. JANE: We don't need the money. Not that money.
HARRY: We could extend the house, build the two new bedrooms, your studio.... remember? You want to paint again, don't you?
JANE: There'll be nothing left to paint if you let an oil company into this valley. They'll ruin it.
Produced and directed by ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners' questions with HUGH SCULLY. Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
The Domesday Book of Birds
William the Conquerors census of 900 years ago, gives us a picture of where and how people lived then. Over a period of five years British and Irish ornithologists have been combing the countryside to prepare a similar census of our birds, and today's programme marks the publication of their Domesday Book - The Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland.
Introduced by PETER FRANCE Producer JOHN HARRISON
Series producer DILYS BREESE
BBC Bristol (Rptd: Wed 9.5 am)
Getting Nature Taped: blind wildlife recordist GRAHAM BUR-ROUGH describes recording badgers and birds in Dorset and winning a national tape competition.
Introduced bv JANE FINNIS Producer THENA HESHEL
BRIAN JOHNSTON recently visited Allendale Town in Northumberland. Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol (Rptd: Trie 11.5am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
A series in which current, controversial issues are put on trial before
Dick Taverne. QC and an audience of jurors assembled, this evening, at the Manchester Business School.
The proposition: The Closed Shop is an Unjustified Infringement of Personal Liberty is proposed by Nicholas Wlnterton , mp (Conservative for Macclesfield) and opposed by Colin Barnett. North West Regional Secretary of the TUC
Each advocate will call his witnesses, cross-question his opponent's and argue his case so that the jury may reach a verdict. Producers CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM and HUGH PURCELL BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Thursday 11.5 am)
A choice of operatic highlights. The singer Nigel Douglas takes a light-hearted look at some of the predicaments of operatic lovers in and out of marriage. 5: Operatic Broken Homes Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
Presenter Gerald Priostland Producer MONICA FURLONG
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA leader RAYMOND OVENS conducted by GARY BERTINI
Mozart Overture: La clemenza di Tito
Schubert Symphony No i. in c major
by J. B. PRIESTLEY adapted for radio in nine parts by ANTONY KEAREY with Anna Cropper as Laura Casey Jack Watson as Commodore Tribe
In spite of local opposition, Commodore Tribe has persuaded Laura and Theo that Britain in 1951 needs brightening up, and Farbridge should join in the Festival celebrations. Part 3
Produced and directed by TREVOR HILL
'Repeated: Tuesday 3.5 pm)
Hilda, his wife:
Seth Hull, proprietor of the White Hart:
Meare. the Town Clerk of Farbridge:
Michael Seacombe, a young reporter:
Old Mr Jordan:
Alderman Mrs Coote:
Joe Cisburn, a Labour Councillor:
The third of a series of four programmes presenting questions concerning science, scientists and the public. 3: Towards a Superdruof
Presented by Anthony Smith
Since the early 1950s, medical research has made great strides in understanding the molecular structure of the human body and hence many of the causes of disease. It is argued that, with this molecular view of the body, therapy could he simplified and totally different therapies for previously incurable diseases could be devised. How realistic is this claim? Are we really being led into a new era where cures for inherited diseases and cancer, and druers without side-effects are on the horizon?
Producer THELMA RUMSEY
Devised and narrated by H. COLIN DAVIS
Music BBC SINGERS