Producers LES COTTINGTON HFRBERT DAYBELL and BRYAN PLATT
A note from Religious Affairs Correspondent, Gerald Priestland
6.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
Producer ALLAN WRIGHT BBC Aberdeen
7.40 Today's Papers
Norman Tozer with how to get best value for your hard-earned cash.
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Presented by Tony Lewis including the opening day of the Prudential World Cup cricket competition and the fillies classic, The Oaks at Epsom.
Plus up-to-the-minute coverage of the other events at home and abroad.
A Radio Sport and OB production
8.45 Today's Papers
I Broadcast at 7.40 am)
John Skrine. with the help of Roy Plomley , looks at an early radio rival of the BBC.
A Special Edition
' All activities - eating, sleeping, toilet, working-are carried on in a ten square metre cell in which two or three prisoners live and work for years on end.'
Ian McDougall presents the most recent - and graphic - account of life in a Soviet labour camp, based on documents written in one of them and smuggled out to the BBC in London.
Producer BLAIR THOMSON long wave only
The verdict of the electorate in Britain. Denmark, Holland and Ireland lies sealed in the ballot boxes waiting for the electors of Belgium,
France. Germany, Italy and Luxembourg to cast their votes this weekend before counting begins tomorrow night.
Anthony King compares notes with election commentators in Europe about the way in which the results of this first international election should be interpreted. Producer ANNE SLOMAN long wave only
Anthony Howard reviews the weekly magazines.
Producer WALTER WALLICH long wave only
New Every Morning, page 67; 0 praise ve the Lord! (BBC HB 279); Psalm 146; 1 Peter 1, vv 13-21 (rsv); Come, ye people, rise and sing (BBC HB 270)
with Margaret Howard Producer JOHN KNICHT
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The poet P. J. Kavanagh presents the second of two selections of the poetry which fired his imagination in his formative years. Readers
John Franklyn-Robbins and Frances Horovitz Producer FRASER STEEL BBC Manchester
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' How can donkeys relish eating thistles, holly and even gorse merely by curling their lips out of the way? Don't they have any nerves in their gums and tongues?'
Our team of naturalists chew over some more of your prickly questions.
Introduced by Derek Jones Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Mon 10.5 am) long wave only
with Dr John Rae
' A man was travelling from Pimlico to Battersea when he fell among muggers ... '
Joan Bakewell is your radio travel agent.
Producer JENNY MARSHALL Editor ROGER MACDONALD
The antidote to panel games. Graeme Garden , Barry Cryer and Tim Brooke-Taylor are invited to behave churlishly to their guest Jonathan Lynn , who will also have points deducted by Humphrey Lyttelton in the chair and musical jokes played on him by DAVID FIRMAN at the piano.
Producer GEOFFREY PERKINS
12.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
A spontaneous discussion by Ludovic Kennedy Germaine Greer Iain Sproat. mp Jimmy Reid
Chairman David Jacobs from
Aviemore. Inverness-shire Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
1.55 Shipping forecast long wave only
Frank Delaney in Los Angeles investigates the American Booksellers Convention to discover who writes, publishes and reads the books on the American bookshelf. Producer HELEN FRY long wave only
The Last Tenant by MICHAEL GILBERT
When a large cache of valuables and money is discovered during the demolition of an old office block, many people come forward as claimants.
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD long wave only
A practical and topical magazine for and with disabled listeners.
Presenter Mary Craig
Reporter KEVIN MULHERN Citizens' Advice Bureau Phone-in Monday 2 0 4.0 pm
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Correspondence address: BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
Editor MARLENE PEASE long wave only
adviser on National Security at the White House, answers questions in this special programme shortly before SALT 11 is signed in Vienna from Brian Beedham. Foreign Editor of The Economist. Producer
(Repeated: Thursday 11.0 am) long wave only
Geoffrey Smith talks to Ken Fofd about the week in hisand your garden.
Producer KEN FORD BBC
Manchester long wave only
Sheridan Morley introduces a selection from last week's programmes. Editor ROSEMARY HART long ware only
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Ian Carmichael, actor.
(Repeated: Tues 12.20 pm)
Musical interlude by PETER CHRISTIE
Producer HUGH PURCELL
Richard Baker offers a recipe of popular classics on records.
Producer RAY ABBOTT
(Rey rpt: Friday 9.5 am)
The Priest's Hat by JOAN O'CONNOR translated and adapted from the novel by EMILIO DE MARCHI with Philip Voss and Nigel Stock
Fr Cirillo was known as a materialist and as a sorcerer - man who could foretell the winning numbers in the lottery. He purchased a splendid new hat in exchange for some numbers and it turned out to be a very unimportant transaction, with terrible results, for others as well as for himself.
Directed by JANE MORGAN (Repeated: Mon 3.5 pm)
Baron Coriolano de Santafusca..:
Monsignor the Vicar:
with Derek Cooper 7: Rathlin
It was in a cave in Rathlin that Robert the Bruce learned from a spider the lesson about perseverance. It's the same kind of determination that helps the hundred or so islanders to earn a living from fishing the stormy seas between Northern Ireland and Scotland.
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham
Words and music by DON.ALD MACDONALD BBC Scotland
A nine-part series in which Jeremy Siepmann follows the changing fortunes of the orchestra and the society whose tastes it has always mirrored.
8: Close Encounters, or The Man Who Came to Dinner
The orchestra plays host to an assortment of individualists in the hallowed halls of the Concerto. In tonight's programme we discover that two heads are not always better than one.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON gramophone records
A series of plays for late-night listening.
Going to See Auntie Ada by PHILIP HONEYWELL
After more than 60 years, Nell still reminisces over her favourite aunt, and decides finally to visit her ...
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude