45.40 Prayer for the Day MONSIGNOR BRUCE KENT
Nigel Rees in London
Brian Redhead in Manchester
At 7.0 and 8.0 News and more of Today, including Thought for the Day at 7.45*
English Regions: see column 5
(A shortened version of Saturday's broadcast)
NEM, p 1; Blest are the pure in heart (BBC HB 318); Psalm 99; Romans 15, vv 4-13 (Rsv); All my hope on God is founded (BBC HB 299)
Abie My Boy by GEORGE GRANT Read by David Kossoff
'" For 50 years," I'm telling him, " I'm paying money into this society. With all that money I'm handing over, you could be burying me ten and a half times ..." And then Abie is saying the business is bankrupt. But you can't move a hole in the ground! '
Producer ALLAN G. ROGERS BBC Scotland
But this week, John Fortune investigates another of the seven deadly sins.
Presenter George Luce including the BBC Shopping Basket with MOLLY PRICE-OWEN , the best buys for the weekend, and your letters.
Weather and programme news VHF Regional news and weather
Introduced by Brian Widlake
Introduced by June Knox-Mawer Talk till Two
The Disco Girls: FRANCES BERTHELSEN visits Juliana's, the London discotheque that selects and trains girls for jobs all over the world. Reading your letters.
A Sense of Isolation: MOLLIE MARTIN talks about her husband's deafness.
From Minnie With Love (4)
Story: Scraping the Bowl by MARGARET JOY
From gardeners to ghost hunters; from poets to pop-stars; from cantors to crime-writers. JACK DE MANIO meets them all. Could you be on his list? Producer MICHELL RAPER
Rendezvous with Rama 9: Sabotage
Including, direct from Washington, President Carter's
Presented by Brian Widlake with PM's reporting team. (Also on BBC2)
5.50 Financial Report
VHF Regional news and weather
5.55 Weather, programme news
(Repeated: Friday 1.30 pm)
A selection of listeners' letters continuing the discussion in last Friday's Any Questions In.troduced by DAVID JACOBS Producer ROY HAYWARD BBC Bristol
Klaus Fuchs was perhaps the most dangerous spy in wartime Britain. He passed vital information to the Russians, saving them ten years in creating their A-bomb, and severely damaged relations between the Western allies.
Fuchs fled Nazi Germany and came to Britain in 1933. He was naturalised, got a job as a physicist and joined the British-American programme to build the atom bomb. To his colleagues he seemed more English than the English and his patriotism was never questioned as he rose to become Head of the Theoretical Physics Division at Harwell. He was finally uncovered in 1950 and sentenced to 14 years in prison.
Norman Moss pieces together the story of Fuchs..... from his own confession and from the recollection of his friends and colleagues.
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham
(Repeated: Friday 11.5 am) Preview: page 15
Presented by Mary Goldring
Recent allegations that the social security system is being widely abused and that many of the lower-paid prefer benefits to work have focused attention on a corner-stone of the Welfare State. What should be the relationship between benefits and wages? Should the web of benefits be simplified? Can we devise a tax system which would remove some of the present anomalies? Producer MICHAEL GREEN BBC Manchester
Presenter Michael Oliver
Douglas Stuart reporting
Up at the Villa by W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM (4)