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: News

: Farming Today

: Up to the Hour

with Eugene Fraser
English Regions: see column 5
6.52VHF Regional news; weather

Contributors

Unknown: Eugene Fraser

: News

: Today

Brian Redhead in Manchester Nigel Rees in London

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Redhead

: Up to the Hour

7.52 VHF Regional news; weather

: News

: Today

8.35-8.45 VHF only
News headlines, weather, papers, sport

: Yesterday in Parliament

medium only

: The Glums

VHF only
6: Birthday Boy

: News

: Songbook

The third of six programmes
Music for voices, some old, some new. from far and wide
Sonqbook's pages are turned by Marian Foster.
The songsters: the CHOIR OF BATH COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION conductor JOHN RICHARDS , and MICHAEL RIPPON (baritone) with DAVID PETTIT (piano)
Music arranger BILL LAIRD Producer ian CARSON BBC Bristol

Contributors

Turned By: Marian Foster.
Conductor: John Richards
Baritone: Michael Rippon
Piano: David Pettit

: News

: In Britain Now

Presented by Peter Jefferson Producer olivia SELIGMAN

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Jefferson
Producer: Olivia Seligman

: Daily Service

NEM, p 93; Lo, God is here! Let us adore (BBC hb 264): Psalm 90, vv 1-12; Deuteronomy 5, vv 12-24 ibsv); 0 God of Bethel BBC HB 495)

: Morning Story

Home Sickness byGEORGEMOORE adaptedby TOM MURPHY
ReadbyDenysHawthortM

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Murphy

: News

: BestseHer

Six programmes about famous books andtheirauthors
5:TtSS«fthed'Urbervn)M by THOMAS HARDY
'Theresa great rich )ady out by Trantridge, of the name of d'Urberviile That )ady must be our rotation, and my projick istosendTesstoclaimkin.... lihety enough'twould lead to some nobte gentleman marrying her.' With Paul Rogers asHardyandtheReader and a reminiscence of Hardy by CWEN FFRANGCON-DAVtES Other partsplayed by SON)AELHMANandRONALBHAt<Tt Narrator David Mahtewe
Written by DESMOND HAWKtNS Producer STANLEY WtLLIAMSOtt BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: Paul Rogers
Narrator: David Mahtewe
Written By: Desmond Hawktns
Producer: Stanley Wtlliamsott

: Tales and Legends of the Highlands

Hugh Ross describes the legend of the little people of Ben Loyal in Sutherland, the Five Sisters of Kintail, and explains why the heather of the Highlands is sometimes white.

BBC Highland
(First broadcast on Radio Scotland)

Contributors

Producer: Leslie Robinson
Narrator: Hugh Ross

: News

: You and Yours

Presenters Sue Cook and George Luce

Contributors

Unknown: George Luce

: The Enchanting World of Hinge and Bracket

(Broadcast on Monday at 6.30) )!.5.'i medium only
Weather and programme news VHF Regional news and weather

: TheWor!datOne: News

Presented by Brian Widtaht

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widtaht

: The Archers

(Tue.sdaj/'sbroadcnst)

: Woman's Hour

Introduced by Sue MacGreger nue.!tojftheWee!c: the tenor. Robert Tear
:.*-!.! News
Readmo Your Lexers.
Science in the Kitchen: sustN GOODMAN compares oi)s and fats. Poem! bf/ Jo Monnjnc Witson 3:Lofino
!nThtFrEmebyB<c<[FRANC)S abridged in t2 parts by SBtXHY cootUN Read by JACK WATSON '12)
(Music: Coraron, p)ayed by Woody Herman )

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue MacGreger
Unknown: Jo Monnjnc Witson
Read By: Jack Watson
Unknown: Woody Herman

: Listen with Mother

Mr Red by KATULEEK FATEMAX

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Red

: News

: Afternoon Theatre: Oh Canada

by Rachel Wyatt
When the Howard Smiths decided to pull up their roots in England and emigrate to Canada, they found a rude awakening awaiting them in their adopted country.
With HUMRT TUCKER and BARBARA CRUNBELL
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Writer: Barbara Crunbell
Director: Brian Miller
Margot: Jennifer Hilary
Charles: John Cater
Peter: Stmon Tllen
Emma: Ktte Lock
Tony: David Btxt
Exalted Fisherman: Gordon Sterke
Supreme Pike: Wtlham Ashley
Customer: Arrtl Johnson
Policeman: Angus MacInnes

: Chora!Evensong

from WakeNftd Cathedrat
Introit: Cantate Dnmino (Pitoni) Responses (Rose)
Psatms 65. 66. 67 (Tur)e, Bietby and Stewart)
Lessons: Exodus 6, wl-lS; Revetation 2, vv 111
Oftice Hvmn: Ye choirs of new Jerusa)em<EHt39)
Canticles (Stanford in a Hat)
Anthem: Greater Love <Ire
' land': Organist and choirmaster
JONATHENBtELBY
AssistantorganistpETERGOULt BBC Mnnc);e.!ter

: PM Reports

Presented by BrianWidtattt

: Serendipity

Vincent Kane )ooks at the lighter side of hfe.inctuding the reaction of a famous woman novelist on receiving her 17th rejection stip. the decline of London in heroic couplets and the Duke of Wettingtons most famous victory-at the Duchess of Richmond s bat) Written, presented and produced by Vincent Kanc. BBCWates
5.SS medium only
Weather and programme newt VHF Regional news,weather

Contributors

Unknown: Vincent Kane
Produced By: Vincent Kanc.

: Quote ... Unquote

The highly acctaimed quotations game in which
SptkeMiUigan.Riehardtngramx Nerma Shepherd P. G Kavanagh arequizxedonsayingsfamcus, funny and fatuous.
The surest way to make a monkey o/ a man ts to quote httn.
ROBERT BEKCBLET
Quotations read by Ronatd F!etcher
Devised and presented by NigetRees
Producer JOHN LLOYD
(Repeated: Friday 12.27 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Riehardtngramx Nerma Shepherd
Unknown: P. G Kavanagh
Read By: Ronatd F!etcher
Producer: John Lloyd

: News

: The Archers

(Repeated: Thursdat/iseptn)

: Fi!eon4

Presenter Peter Oppenheimer with reports by STEVE BRtB-SHAWandDAVtDHENSHAW Editor M)CHAEL CREEK BBC Manchester

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Oppenheimer

: The Spy that Stayed Out in the Cold

or How James Bond Became Transistorised
Narrated by Peter Evans
Today's spies have to hang from tree tops, survive low level drops without parachutes, lie buried in mud beside remote trails, float free in Arctic seas, circle the earth in space and watch, listen and send back information without food, rest, or the faintest hope of rescue. The new technology of spying ranges from carefully hidden microphone 'bugs', to orbiting spy satellites, from remote battlefield sensors, to underwater detectors that can identify a submarine hundreds of miles across an ocean. And besides its obvious applications in military and industrial espionage, the information acquired could have sinister implications for all of us.
(Reo repeat: Friday 11.5 am)

Contributors

Narrator: Peter Evans
Writer: David Owen
Producer: Michael Bright

: Science New

: Kaleidoscope

Presenter Paul Vaughan Producer DAVID PERRY

: Weather

: The World Tonight: News-The Budget

after the News The Rt Hon
Sir Geoffrey Howe. MP. for the Opposition
11.15* John Tusa reporting

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Howe.

: The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Fit the Sixth

(the final): Will the Ultimate Question to Life, The Universe and Everything (to which the answer is 42) be discovered? Will our heroes be able to control their newly stolen space-ship and the enormous fleet of black battle cruisers that is following them? Will it end happily or in the certain death that has threatened them so persistently?
Starring Peter Jones as The Book, with David Jason as Captain of the 'B' Ark and Jonathan Cecil as his Number One and Management Consultant
Special effects by the BBC RadiophonicWorkshop

Contributors

Written by: Douglas Adams
Written by: John Lloyd
Producer: Geoffrey Perkins
Arthur Dent: Simon Jones
Ford Prefect: Geoffrey McGivern
Zaphod Beeblebrox: Mark Wing-Davey
Trillian: Susan Sheridan
Marvin: Stephen Moore
The Book: Peter Jones
Captain of the 'B' Ark: David Jason
Number One/Management Consultant: Jonathan Cecil
Number Two/Hairdresser: Aubrey Woods
The Marketing Girl: Beth Porter

: A Book at Bedtfme

The Great Railway Bazaar (8)

: News

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