with Edward Cole
English Regions: see column 5
Regional news and weather
Nigel Rees in London
Brian Redhead in Manchester
with Edward Cole
Regional news and weather
Brian Redhead in Manchester Nigel Rees in London
8.35 News headlines, weather, papers and sport
by ROGER MASON (4)
(A shortened version of Saturday's broadcast at 7.30)
BBC correspondents throughout the world report on the societies they live in - the politics and the people.
nem, p 8; The strife is o'er, the battle done (BBC HB 114); Psalm 24; Ephesians 1, vv 17-23 and 2, vv 1-10 (NEB); Now the green blade riseth (BBC HB 109)
Things Which We Ought Not to Have Done. written and read by Tenniel Evans
The Rector's children, when they were in their teens, used to play a game called Sermon Cricket, which was almost enough to make Matins bear-. able.
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
A collection of country tales written by HARRY IBBETSON and told by Bernard Miles A Trip to the Sea
' I never shall forget it, I never shall, not so long as ever I live. None of us had ever seen the sea afore - save only Mark Roper, and I don't reckon he'd seen it proper ..." Music performed by THE JACK EMBLOW TRIO
Producer DANNY GREENSTOIO
News and information that affects the way you live. Presenters Sue Cook and George Luce
12.55 medium only
Weather and programme news VHF Regional news and weather
and voices and topics In and behind the headlines
Introduced by Brian Widlake
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
A View from the Continent' a regular reflection of events and reactions in the rest of Europe.
' My Wife Anoints Her Face So Why Can't If ': JUDY GRAHAM looks into beauty treatments for men's figures and faces
Gentle Words Jor the Gentle Sex: GILLIAN STRICKLAND With her monthly review of newly-published women's magazines. Brown Alpaca or Grey Wincey: VICTORIA ROWE , at 90, tells JEAN GOODMAN about her childhood in an orphanage. In The Frame (3)
Editor WYN KNOWLES
Story: A Phone Call from Dovit by ARMOREL KAY WALLING
Our Young Mr Wignall by DAVID NOBBS
Alistair Wignall, a young salesman on a business trip to the North, is out for a good time and chases all the girls. But it's his senior colleague, Charles, who really knows where the action is.
Directed by ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester
From gardeners to ghost-hunters; from poets to pop stars; from cantors to crime-writers. Jack de Manlo meets them all. Could you be on his list?
Producer DAVID ANTHONY TURNER
4.0 4.5 News
The Reminiscences of Lady Dorothy Nevill (3)
The news magazine
Presented by Brian Widlake and PM's reporting team
... the happy knack of maktng unexpected and delightful discoveries - applied each Thursday by Fritz Splegl in his A-Z of Musical Curios
Y is for Ysaye, Yradier and yodelling
Producer ANDREW MUSSETT
S.SS medium only
Weather and programme news VHF Regional news; weather
Including Financial Report and half-an-hour of reports from BBC newsmen around the world
Chairman Robert Robinson 5: South of England (1)
FRANCESCA GROVES (Hampshire); WG CDR PHILIP STEELE (Hampshire), RAF; ANNE ADAMS (Berkshire); ROSEMARY DARBY (Oxfordshire)
Including Beat the Brain* Programme devised by JOHN P. WYNN , who, with IAN GILLIES , sets the questions. Producer MARTIN FISHER
Written by KEITH MILES
Cast for the week:
Presented by Roger Cook Editor DENNIS LOWER
There aren't any good brave causes left. If the big bang does come, it won't be in aid of the old-fashioned grand design. It'll be for the Brave-New-Nothing-very-much-thank-you. About as pointless and inglorious as stepping in front Of a bus. (JOHN OSBORNE
Look Back in Anger)
On Good Friday 1958, several thousand people marched out of Trafalgar Square bound for Aldermaston to demonstrate their support for nuclear disarmament. That march set the pattern for those protest rituals which characterised the British Easter during the 1960s.
Ian Rodger looks back at the occasion, with the voices of PAT ARROWSMITH , JOAN BAKEWELL HUGH BROCK , JAMES CAMERON OLIVF GIBBS and CHRISTOPHER LOGUE
Producer ALASTAIR WILSON
reflects on people, places and things as they were and how they are, with the help of the BBC Sound Archives.
This week: Stratford-upon-Avon
Flood Gates for What?
Presented by Mary Goldrlng
The Thames Barrier is not just a way of keeping flood water out of London. It is a major piece of public expenditure. Its costs have gone up from £230-million to at least £440-million. Industrial relations have been bad, the cost of storing the gates until they are needed is f2-million. Is this inevitable, or is it another example of insufficient control of large projects?
Producer GREVILLE HAVENHAND
A nightly review of books, films. plays, broadcasting, music and exhibitions
Presenter Michael Schmidt Producer JOHN POWELL
followed by a Ministerial Broadcast by The Rt Hon David Ennals , up
Douglas Stuart reporting
A selection of listeners' letters continuing the discussion in Good Friday's Any Questions? Introduced by David Jacobs Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
Weather report and forecast followed by an interlude