7.50 Sunday Reading
DAVID PLAUT reads from The Glory of God by REX CHAPMAN
7.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Clive Jacobs Producer JOHN NEWBURY
PATRICK MONTGOMERY , secretary, appeals on behalf of The Anti-Slavery Society for the Protection of Human Rights which aims to eliminate slavery and defend threatened indigenous peoples. Donations to: [address removed].
8.55 Weather, programme news
S.10 medium only
Sunday Papers (.Repeat)
medium only by Alistair Cookc
medium only from Balligan Parish Church, Ballywalter, Co Down
Conducted by the Rector, THE REV CECIL MITCHELL DESMOND HUNTER (Organ)
Reading: Luke 19, vv 41-48 Hymns ICH): Jesus, where'er thy people meet (457); Through all the changing scenes of life (485); City of God, how broad and far (411)
Anthem: 0 sing, joyfully BBC Northern Ireland
Derek Robinson presents listeners' letters on all aspects of radio - some sweet, some sour, some salty.
Address: Disgusted, Tunbridge Wells , BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR Producer MICHAEL BOWEN BBC Bristol
The food programme presented by Derek Cooper with special reports by Gill Pyrah.
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Barry Foster as Sherlock Holmes and David Buck as Dr Watson
Dramatised by Michael Bakewell
with Brian Blessed as The Hon Philip Green
"Lady Frances left The Englisher Hof Baden, for England three weeks ago in the company of a missionary from South America but the centre of the whole mystery is the vast bearded Englishman of whom I spoke in my last cable. He is pursuing her with relentless vigour. Signed, Watson."
BBC Birmingham (Binaural)
(The full binaural effect of this programme can be achieved by listening through stereo headphones)
Sir Arthur Conan
The Hon Philip Green:
In the Chair Michael Charlton Producers JENNY DE YONG and JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham
The lines are open from 10.30 am
Sandra Clark with ideas for a party in the garden as well as a day away from the crowds. Nick Hughes and Basil Banks have tales of a tourist or two. Reflect on a review of the past week and tomorrow is a Bank Holiday.
Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Gordon Clough
A chance to hear the world-famous quartet as Paul Har vey. Peter Ripper , Christopher Gradwell and David Lawrence play selections from their repertoire laced with a story or two.
Producer DANNY GREENSTONE
A year of Gardeners' Question Time. Ken Ford recalls some of the places visited, and some of the questions asked during the past year, with FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and PROFESSOR ALAN GEMMELL
Producer KENNETH FORD BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Tuesday 4.5 pm)
Rowland hy TOM MALLIN
Before his premature death last year. Tom Mallin turned his attention to a play with a historical setting. Though it is ' not to be thought of as a documentary of the life of Doctor Rowland Taylor , martyr '.
London v Scotland Round Two
(End of Round One Scores: London 141, Scotland 13) London:
Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Irene Thomas and Professor John B. Mays Scotland:
Gordon Clough (Chairman) with Robin Duff and Professor Douglas Gifford Question researcher BERNICE COUPE
Producer TREVOR HILL BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Wednesday 10.30)
Is This a Record?
The largest? The fastest? The strongest? The oldest? A not too serious survey of some of the ' champions ' in the plant and animal kingdom.
Introduced by Derek Jones Producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Wednesday 9.5 am)
A magazine of special interest to the visually handicapped.
A Different Type of Obstacle! Terry Day who is used to moving about with the aid of a guide dog describes what happened when he tried show jumping ... and for the less energetic, In Touch reporters have some basic hints on how to move about safely with a human escort.
Presented by Jane Finnis Producer THENA HESHEL
Brian Johnston recently visited East Dereham in Norfoik Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Thursday 11.5 am)
5.55 Weather, programme news
Written by BRUNO MILNA
Script editor WILLIAM SMETHURST Executive producer TONY SHRYANE
Directed by VANESSA WHITBURN BBC Birmingham
Six programmes about famous books and their authors.
5: Tess of the d'Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy
' There's a great rich lady out by Trantridge. of the name of d'Urberville. That lady must be our relation, and my projick is to send Tess to claim kin ... likely enough 'twould lead to some noble gentleman marrying her.' with Paul Rogers as Hardy and the Reader and a reminiscence of Hardy by Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies
Other parts played by SONIA ELLIMAN and RONALD HARVI Narrator David Mahlowe
Written by DESMOND HAWKINS Producer STANLEY WILLIAMSON BBC Manchester
Tonight's programme comes direct from the Usher Hall as part of the Edinburgh International Festival. Isaac Stern (violin)
Daniel Barenboim (piano)
Schubert Sonatina No 3. in c minor (D 408): Duo in A (a 574) BBC Scotland
(Part 2 on Radio 3 at 9.0 pm) followed by an interlude
by H. G. WELLS dramatised in three parts by ANTONY KEAREY
Directed bv GRAHAM GAULD
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.5 pm)
(Starting next Sunday: The Lady of the Camellias by Alexandre Dumas the Younger) S.58 Weather
A radio portrait of Lord Shinwell. the man rather than the politician, compiled from his own memories and those of some of his friends bv Alan Shinwell.
Narrated by David Kossoff Producer JOHN GRAY BBC Scotland
(Repeated: Friday 11.5 am)
The Letter ' R '. Devised and narrated by H. COLIN DAVIS Music: BBC SINGERS
Weather report and forecast followed by an interlude