with Moira Stuart
Nigel Rees in London
Brian Redhead in Manchester
8.35 News headlines, weather, papers and sport
with Dick Benlley. June Whitfield and Jimmy Edwards
Supported hy WALLAS EATON 17: Odyssey for a Double Bed Written by FRANK muir and DENIS NORDEN
Producer CHARLES MAXWELL ( First broadcast in 1958) This edited version prepared by JOHN BROWELL
Purr-purr, purr-purr, ptrrrpurr...
The sound of the Tuesday Call telephone appropriately anticipates this week's subject - cats. Should you choose a pedigree or a 'moggy' for a pet? How do you acclimatise a kitten to its new home? Should you have your cat neutered and what are the side effects?
In the studio to answer these, or any other questions you may have, are Grace Pond, author of several books on cats and a cat-show organiser, and James Alcock, veterinary surgeon.
In the Chair Barbara Myers
Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
The lines are open from 8.0 am
2: Jimmy Wheeler
' With his long experience playing the Music-Halls. no one could hold a candle to Jim He was what is so missing these days - he was a funny man ' I ARTHUR ASKEY) Every generation produces its cult figures. For a time they capture huge followings and receive much adulation.
Tony Bilbow looks back on the careers of people who were popular heroes and tries to discover the secret of their success. Producer BRIAN cook
NEM, p 42; Lord, it belongs not to my care (BBC He 355); Psalm 84: 1 Samuel 17, vv 38b-51 (RSV); City of God, how broad and far (BBC HB 173)
Mr Bultitude 's Performance by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Read by David March
medium only in State Your Action by JOAN LOCK
INSPECTOR: All right. That's enough ...
PC WENDALL: They hurt me.
INSPECTOR: You'll get hurt a lot more than that out in the streets if you go on like that. Right. Let's have some comments.
Directed by DAVID H. GODFREY
wpc Wren/Young woman:
medium only (Shortened version of Mon's broadcast at 10.30)
Presenters Nancy Wise and Bill Breckon
Editor DENNIS LOWER
12.55 medium only
Weather and programme news
Introduced by Brian Widlake
medium only from 2.0
Introduced by Sue MacGregor The Morning of the World: ANNE CATCUPOLE has visited Bali - one of Indonesia's smallest islands.
Reading Your Letters.
Slightly Less Stately: the first of a series in which JENNIFER MAY Visits some of the more unusual homes open to the public. Today: daydon House. What are they Doing to Me!: FAY WATSON reports on a conference on experiences of childbirth.
Vegetable Know-How: GAIL. DUFF on cooking Chinese leaves. Stories of Five Decades 4: The City
Story: Little Green Frog by EUGENIE SUMMERFIELD
Live from the House of Commons. Todav's scene is set by David Holmes
Review: page 74
Broadcast on Sunday at 2.0)
Adventures of Gerard. 2: How the Brigadier Lost His Ear
Presented by Brian Widlake
What Time is the Big Picture' Sieve Race looks back at yesterday's films and the music they featured. Producer TONY LIKE
5.55 medium only
Weather and programme news
Chairman Nicholas Parsons Kenneth Williams
Clement Freud. Peter Jones and Janet Brown endeavour to prevent each other from talking for just a minute on this - or that. Devised by IAN MESSITER Producer JOHN BROWELL
Repeated : Wednesday 1.30 pm)
Twelve programmes in which Christopher Ricks looks at poetry found in the New Oxford Book of English Verne. 4:Dialogues including Welsh Incident by ROBERT GRAVES
Readers HUGH DICKSON and JOHN GABRIEL
Presenter Michael Olixer Producer JOHN POWELL
Douglas Stuart reporting
(Shortened version of Sunday'* broadcast at 12.15)
Weather report and forecast followed by an interlude