Programme for Asian listeners BBC Birmingham
7.45 Sunday Programmes Bells and Sunday Reading
MICHAEL MAYNE reads an extract from On Being a Christian by HANS KONG
Presented by CLIVE JACOBS Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news
by ALISTAIR COOKE
from St Martin 's Church, Caer* philly, Mid-Glamorgan conducted by the Rector, REV CANON LEWIS CLARKE
Eternal Father, strong to save (AHB 408 - Tune: Old 100th)
Lord of our life, and God of our salvation (AHB 405-Tune: Horsley)
Lesson: Romans 12, TV 16-21; St Mark 4, vv 35-41
Organist MICHAEL CHARNELL-WHITE BBC Wales
BRIAN REDHEAD appeals on behalf of the Elizabeth Fitzroy Homes, which, in many parts of the country, give mentally handicapped children a real home for life. They are expanding to meet this desperate need.
Donations to: Brian Redhead , Elizabeth Fitzroy Homes , [address removed]
Introduced by Jim Pestrldge
Fiesta Time!: BRIAN ROBINS looks forward to the new car about to be launched on the British market. Stars on Parade: ALAN BAKER explains the i star ' grading of petrol. Making a Recovery: JOHN GASE-LEE talks about insurance claims against other motorists. Topical news
Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report
Countrywide reactions from outside Westminster to current political issues. Presented from Bristol by George Scott Producer CAROLE STONE
BBC Bristol. Ring 0272-38764
Derek Cooper 's
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor HARRY BROWN
visits Cheshire where members of the Tattenhall and District Agricultural Society's Horticultural Group put their questions to
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL
Questionmaster MICHAEL BARRATT Producer KENNETH FORD BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Tuesday 4.5 pm)
Backstop by DAVID POWNALL
'I know Jack is in a mess but I won't tell Mother. It's the protection racket. She keeps everything that might hurt us from us, and we keep everything that might hurt her from her. It's an emotional co-op with fantastic dividends. Pain does not exist. Everything in the garden is always lovely.* Produced and directed by ALFRED BRADLEY. BBC Manchester
reads T. S. Eliot
This reading formed part of a programme which won an award for the best speech recording of 1975*
ARTHUR NEGUS and BERNARD PRICE discuss listeners'' questions With HUGH SCULLY.
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
Echoes of Extinction
The huia was an astonishing bird: the male and female looked so different that they were once thought to belong to separate species. The moa, another New Zealand bird, was also remarkable, flightless and standing up to ten feet in height. And what do huias and moas have in common? They've both become extinct but in the fairly recent past, so that we still have recorded memories of how they looked and sounded. Introduced by DEREK JONES
Producer DILYS BREESE
BBC Bristol (Rptd: Wed 9.5 am)
The Choice isYours - or is itf PETER WHITE talks to Don Ros killy, Director of the Talking Book Library, about the way in which books are selected for recording. Presented by. DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL
Producer THENA HESHEL
BRIAN JOHNSTON recently visited Warsash in Hampshire Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Tuesday 11.5 am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
Introduced by Jean Metcalfe A radio counselling session in which Dr James Hemming.
Joan Meigh and Dr Colin Brewer talk to some people whose lives are blighted by fear.
Producer SALLY Thompson
A serial in six parts
Professor Curtis Lark and John Cornelius have established the existence of another colony of mutants in the heart of London. Flora Keiry unwittingly identifies two of them-the Brigadier in charge of Security at the Home Office, and Ian Sanderson , mp, who also admits to being Flora's real father. Lark and Cornelius hope that her strange telepathic powers will also uncover the new Controller, but instead Flora is murdered.
5: Genetic Revelations
Script by RENE BASILICO from an idea by ROBERT HOLMES Producer JOHN DYAS
(Rptd: Wednesday 11.30 am)
Ian Sanderson, MP:
Home Office Official:
4: The Outsiders
* There are some inside the Church who would be outside the Church if the Church were more Christ-like, and there are some outside the Church who would be drawn inside if it were a more Christ-like Church.' (DR A. M. RAMSEY , former Archbishop of Canterbury) Who are the outsiders and how has the Church failed them?
James Bentley , himself an Anglican clergyman, investigates the health of the British Churches and the prospects of recovery.-
Researcher STUART MEWS Producer LESLIE MITCHELL BBC Manchester
Dr A. M.
JAMES GIBB (piano)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, led by ANDREW ORTON conductor RAYMOND LEPPARD
Haydn Symphony No 85, in I flat major (La Reine)
8.22* Beethoven Piano Concerto No 1, in c major. BBC Manchester
by D. H. LAWRENCE 5: Doubt
The Letters of Lloyd George and Frances Stevenson (1913-41) ' It frightens me, cariad, when I realise how you are all in all to me, and how nothing, nothing in the world matters to me but you. Is it not a terrible thing to have staked your all on one person? But I know that person is mine, and that he Is my father and lover and brother and friend.''
For 30 years David Lloyd George had a double life. He spent much of his time with his wife and family, but even more with Frances Stevenson , his secretary and mistress. Their secret was respected during Lloyd George 's lifetime and so the letters provide a unique record of the relationship between two remarkable people.
A. J. P. Taylor introduces a selection from this fascinating correspondence which has recently been published for the first time.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT
In Preparation for Candlemas Devised and narrated by H. COLIN DAVIS
Music: BBC SINGERS