with Laurie Macmillan
English Regions: see column 5
6.52 VHF Regional news, weather
Nigel Rees in London
Brian Redhead in Manchester
7.52 VHF Regionalnews, weather
8.35-8.45 VHF only
News headlines, weather papers, sport
5: The Pink Pom-Pom
Beauty and Skin Care
Are spots inevitable in the spring? I have a fine, dry skin; is a face-pack a good idea, and if so what sort do you recommendr Is it worth having my eye-lashes dyed before I go on holiday?
Put your questions to Joan Price , a beauty journalist, and to a dermatologist.
In the Chair Judith Chalmers Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
Call [number removed]from 8.0 am
with Margaret Korving
5 In Norfolk, where she visits the birthplace of Anna Sewell. author of Black Beauty; cruises down-river in the fashion of G. K. Chesterton s Father Brown; hunts for the fenland church that inspired Dorothy L. Sayers 's The Nine Tailors; and discovers a former Royal Railway station, now a museum, complete with Queen Victoria's travelling bed. Readers HARRIET CASS and MALCOLM GERARD
Producer BARBARA CROWTHER
NEM, p 89; Father, we praise thee (BBC HB 405); Psalm 130; Deuteronomy 5, vv 1-11 (RSV): Fight the good fight with all thy might (BBC HB 302)
Looking for Marion by KEITH PARRY
Read by Sean Barrett
Housewives' Choice by ANTONY KING DEACON with Brenda Bruce as Doris Caroline Blakiston as Janet
' You're trying to sell me something. A draught excluder? Insurance? Encyclopaedias? '
' I'm not selling anything, Doris, I assure you.'
' You're giving it away then? '
Well, if you're not selling anything, and you're not giving anything away, what have you called for? ' With
GEOFFREY SERLE, DAVID SHARP Directed by JOHN CARDY BBC Bristol
(Shortened version of Monday's broadcast at 10.30)
Presenters Sue Cook and George Luce
12.55 medium only
Weather and programme news VHF (exc London and SE) Regional news and weather
Introduced by Brian Widlake
Introduced by Sue MacGregor I'm Shy: ANNE SUTER wonders why and talks to those who blush, stammer and are tongue-tied.
Life itith Emmeline Pank hurst: MARY HODGSON describes her unconventional life as Mrs Pankhurst s adopted daughter. ANNE MACNAMARA reports on holiday ideas for the handicapped.
A Cautionary Tale: BETTY MASS-INGHAM lists some basic mistakes the new gardener can make. In The Frame (11)
Story: The Foghorn Gets A Cold by RUTH SIMONIS
For the first time the Chancellor's Budget speech in full as he delivers it to the House of Commons.
Mr I Healey is expected to start his speech soon after 3.30. Budget Special starts with an analysis of the Chancellor's options and the way the speech is usually constructed.
Questions to the Prime Minister The Prime Minister answers questions put to him from all sides of the House.
3.30* The Budget
The Rt Hon Denis Healey , MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer
The Budget speech has no fixed length, though it is rarely less than one hour. It is followed by a reply from the Leader of the Opposition, The Rt Hon Margaret Thatcher. MP. Detailed analysis and comment follows in the Budget Special studio with James Morrell , Director of the Henley Centre for Forecasting: and Mavis Moullin , accountant and tax expert There will be reaction from management and trade unions, and from the BBC's regional newsrooms. Budget news summaries every 15 minutes from 4.45* onwards. Presented by Peter Hobday Editor DEREK LEWIS
A World at One/Financial World Tonight joint production
VHF only by ROBERT BAGE , dramatised in five parts by D. G. BRIDSON with Blain Fairman as Charles Hermsprong Elizabeth Cassidy as Caroline Campinet Patricia Gallimore as Maria Fluart and Noel Johnson as Lord Grondale
3: Lord Grondale Becomes a Suitor and in the process Miss Fluart begins to further her plans for quite a different marriage. Directed by ROGER PINE BBC Birmingham
Sir Philip Chestrum:
Kes 7: The Games Lesson
Roy Castle presents an affectionate tribute to the duo. Written by MICHAEL POINTON
Producer BOB OLIVER ROGERS
Jack Singleton meets Percy Edwards , who imitates birds and animals, and Johnny Morris , who seems to be able to talk to them.
Producer BRIAN COOK
5.55 medium only
Weather and programme news VHF Regionalnews and weather
(Repeated: Wednesday 1.30pm)
Twelve programmes in which Christopher Ricks looks at some of the poetry found in the New Oxford Book of English Verse.
1: Money, including ' How Pleasant it is to Have Money by ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH Reader HUGH DICKSON
Presenter Edwin Mullins Producer ALAN NIXON
as Radio 3 followed by an Interlude
after the News The Chancellor of the Exchequer. The Rt Hon Denis Healey , MP, for the Government
10.15* John Tusa reporting
Richard Mayne with an un- predictable selection of comment and humour, prose and poetry, music and performers. Producer LOUISE PURSLOW assisted by SARAH DUNANT and (music) GEOFFREY SIMON
(Shortened version of Sunday's broadcast at 12.15)
The Great Railway Bazaar (7)
Weather report and forecast followed by an interlude