7.50 Sunday Reading
HUGH DICKSON reads from The Following Plough by NEVILLE WARD
7.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Clive Jacobs
Kenneth Williams appeals on behalf of The Shaftesbury Society. This Christian Society cares for the physically handicapped and the elderly. It runs schools, homes. holiday centres and housing units. Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: [address removed]
8.55 Weather, programme news
9.10 medium only Sunday Papers
medium only by Alistair Cooke
medium only from Stowmarket United Reformed Church
Conducted by the Minister, THE REV PETER PEIRCE
Hymns (Congregational Praise): How pleased and blest was I (238); 0 for a thousand tongues (180): Angel voices ever singing (279)
Readings: Genesis 11, TV 1-10; Mark 1, vv 1-8
Organist PERCY ELLIS BBC Birmingham
Derek Robinson presents listeners' letters on all aspects of radio.
Send your comments to: Disgusted, Tunbridge Wells. BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
Presented by Peter Hobday and Louise Rotting
The Man Behind Your Money A Financial World Tonight production. (Remsed repeat: Tuesday 3.35, medium only)
Barry Foster as Sherlock Holmes and David Buck as Dr Watson in a new dramatisation of 13 of the best-known short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Dramatised by Bill Morrison
With Richard Kay as Percy Phelps and Richard Hurndall as Lord Holdhurst
'This small roll of papers is the original of a secret treaty between England and Italy which has just been concluded. It is of enormous importance that nothing further should leak out. I need them copied. Can you do it?'
Sir Arthur Conan
The chance to debate with the men or women in the news.
In the Chair Michael Charlton Producers JENNY DE YONG and JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham
The lines are open from 10.30 am
- and visit Bali, the Island of Temples, with ANNE CATCHPOLE , and celebrate Gardeners' Sunday in words and music. Introduced by Teresa McGonagle Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
U.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
Presenting music on the lighter side of the Ensemble's repertoire from the 16th century to the present day.
Introduced by Philip Jones Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
visits the West Midlands where members of the Kingswinford Horticultural Society put their questions to Fred Loads, Bill Sowerbutts and Clay Jones.
Questionmaster Ken Ford.
by Rachel Billington
Once upon a time there were three beautiful sisters. One day a handsome young man appeared among them. He gazed about him with anticipation - they seemed to be there just for his pleasure.
A collection of personal views exploring the reasons for, and effects of, following solitary occupations.
2: The Wanderers with the voices of MICHAEL FULLER , PAMELA BURGESS KEITH BEVERLEY
Devised and produced by DICK MILLS
Introduced by Amanda Theunissen If You Have Tears...
A good cry over a book is a real, if peculiar, pleasure. But where does sentiment end, and sentimentality begin; and are we more sensible or more callous than our Victorian forebears who wept over the death of Little Nell?
Patricia Beer, Edward Blishen, and Vernon Sproxton do not claim hearts of stone. Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
Presented by David Scott Blackhall
Kevin Mulhern visits a local rehabilitation centre to find out how well newly blind people can learn to do everyday things again.
Brian Johnston recently visited The Tower of London
(Repeated: Thursday 11.5 am medium only)
5.55 Weather, programme news
The sixth of ten programmes. Portrait of a City - Cardiff
One of the gifts Cardiff has bestowed on the world is the Cardiff accent. There is nothing quite like it anywhere else
Written and presented by Vincent Kane
Reporters: MARTYN WILLIAMS and CHRIS STUART. Producer DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA. led bv ANDREW ORTON conducted by BRIAN WRIGHT
Walton Overture: Portsmouth Point
8.7* Haydn Symphony No 84, in Eflat
8.34* Hindemith Symphonic Metamorphosis of themes by Carl Maria von Weber BBC Manchester
by HONORÉ DE BALZAC dramatised by JOAN O'CONNOR with Stephen Murray Joyce Redman and Lewis Stringer
In Paris the very paving stones have ears and doorways have tongues: there is no greater danger than gossiping at front entrances. Pons's indiscreet conversation about the value of his bric-a-brac was to have awful consequences for him. 2: The Demon Greed
Directed by JANE MORGAN
Now first, as I shut the door,
I was alone
In the new house; and the wind
Began to moan.
Old at once was the house,
And I was old;
My ears were teased with the dread
Of what was foretold ...
All was foretold me; naught
Could I foresee;
But I learned how the wind would sound
After these things should be
Compiled, written and narrated by H. Colin Davis
On 4 March this year, the day after the 100th anniversary of Thomas's birth, a service was held in his memory and two memorial windows by Laurence Whistler dedicated, at the Parish Church of Steep, Hampshire. Out of that service Colin Davis takes a personal look at the war poet whose reputation has grown steadily in the 69 years since his death. with poems read by JILL BALCON and JOHN WESTBROOK and a dedicatory address by THE REV R. S. THOMAS
Producer BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
Preview: page 15
The Letter ' K '. Devised and narrated by H. COLIN DAVIS
Music: BBC SINGERS
Weather report and forecast followed by an interlude