A selection of music for early-morning listening
7.15 Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye
For Asian listeners BBC Birmingham long wave only
7.4S Bells long wave only
7.50 Sunday Reading
FR GERARD MEATH reads from Guides to Hidden Springs by MARK GIBBARD long wave only
7.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only.
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8.10Sunday Papers long wave only
A weekly look at religious news at home and abroad. Presenter Clive Jacobs Producer JOHN NEWBURY long wave only
LORD SUDELEY appeals on behalf of St Peter's Church. Winchcombe. Gloucestershire, a 15thcentury Cotswold church, which needs £ 62,000 to replace its roof.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to Lord Sudeley, [address removed] long wave only
8.55 Weather; programme news
8.59 Continental Travel Information
9.10 Sunday Papers Ions wave only
by Alistair Cooke
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Alistair Cooke 's America, £7.50 (hardback), £5.25 (paperback), from bookshops
Holy Communion (Series 3) from the Parish Church of All Saints, Whitstable, Kent. Celebrant and Preacher THE REV T. R. CHRISTIE , assisted by THE REV J. R. SLATER and THE REV A. J. ALLAN
Epistle: 2 Corinthians S, v 14 to 6, v 2 (Jerusalem Bible)
Gospel: John 17, vv 20-26 (NEB)
Hymns (English Hymnal): God of mercy. God of grace (395): 0 King enthroned on high (454): Draw nigh and take the body of the Lord (307); Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour (English Praise 319); Be thou my vision (75)
The service sung to Crichton in flat
Organist ALLEN HAWKINS long wave only
Directed by VANESSA WHITBURN. Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST long wave only until 10.30
Introduced by June Knox-Mawer who talks to Hinge and Bracket in a Victorian house somewhere in London; and presents other items of interest.
starring Kenneth Horne with Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick Betty Marsden and THE MAX HARRIS CROUP Written by BARRY TOOK JOHNNIE MORTIMER and BRIAN COOKE
Producer JOHN simmonds (First broadcast in 1968) Preview; page 19
John Hale invites Maeve Binchy and Michael Noakes to choose some pleasurable paperbacks. Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
12.55 Weather; programme news
Presented by John Parry Editor DEREK LEWIS
Let Neil Landor , the BBC Reference Library and other experts find the answer for you.
Producer NICK HUGHES
1.55 Shipping forecast long wave only
FRED LOADS, RILL SOWERBUTTS and pro
FESSOR ALAN GEMMELL Visit the Edinburgh Festival, and answer Questions put by members of the National Trust. Questionmaster KEN FORD
Producer KEN FORD BBC Manchester (Repeated on Wed 9.5 ami
The Trumpet Shall Sound by JOHN FLETCHER
In 1866 at Walsingham in Norfolk, the revolt of the old church orchestra against the installation of a new organ led to the blowing up of the church with gunpowder. In 1873, in his attempt to set up an agricultural labourers union, the Primitive Methodist preacher Joseph Arch addressed farm workers from all over Somerset. In 1881, thousands of poor folk gathered on top of Ham Hill in Somerset, to await the end of the world. Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN
his wife Mary:
his son David:
A celebration of six churches
4 York Minster
The central tower of our largest Gothic cathedral dominates this city famous for hams. sweets and railways. Louis Allen and Patrick Nuttgens explore the medieval architecture and remarkable modern restoration of the building and Jeremy Haselock and David O'Connor discuss its famous stained glass, including the East window containing ' the whole company of heaven '.
A Kaleidoscope production by CHRIS SWANN
(Full details: Wed 10.5 am)
You Can Touch These Exhibits: JANE FINNIS reports on facilities provided by the British Museum for blind visitors. Presented by Peter White Producer THENA HESHEL
Brian Johnston recently visited Burlington Arcade Producer SARAH PITT
BBC Bristol t Revised rpt of last Friday's broadcast)
5.50 Shipping forecast long wave only
5.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
followed by Continental Travel Information
In the first of two on-the-spot reports Bill Breckon investigates why, in 1979, the vast majority of people in the Third World are denied the drugs they desperately need. 1: The Diagnosis
Why are drugs, at best irrelevant and at worst dangerous, still promoted by pharmaceutical companies in developing countries? Why do Bangladeshi village parents starve to buy vitamin pills for their children? Why are drugs, banned in the West, readily available over the counter in the poorest countries of the world? Why, in the words of the Director General of the World Health Organisation, does 'drug colonialism ' still survive.
Research SHARON BANOFF Producer RITCHIE COGAN
(Repeated: Mon 11.40 am)
by JOHK LE CARRE adapted for radio in five parts by RENÉ BASILICO
Smiley has to conduct his investigation into the Fennan case from a hospital bed, leaving Mendel to do the ' leg-work ' - which includes a visit to the theatre.
Adam Scarr. ..GEORGE INNES Ludo Oriel....SHIRLEY DIXON Elizabeth... ..JANE KNOWLES Doctor PAUL MEIER Directed by JOHN FAWCETT WILSON
A BBC World Service production.
Sir John Gielgud talks to John Miller about his life in the theatre.
9: Speak the Speech
' I never had trouble with my speaking, my voice, although in nearly every play I've been in, somebody's said they couldn't hear me, which has upset me very much because I'm supposed to speak very well. Taxi-drivers can never understand me and I gabble tremendously off the stage, but I've never had to have voice lessons.'
Producer JOHN POWELL
JOHN KINGHAM (piano)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by VERNON HANDLEY
Beethoven Overture: Fidelio
8.8* Shostakovich Piano Concerto No 2
8.31* Haydn Symphony No 91. in E flat major BBC Manchester
(Full details: Tues3.3Spm)
Everyday life from the 1580s to the 1620s, shown ir. ballads, fantastickes, letters, verse, dances and consort music
' Buy a mousetrap, a mousetrap, or a tormentor for a flea! - Buy some gingerbread! Ballads, ballads, fine new ballads! ' with Jon Rollason Jenny Quayle and Pethick Edwards and music from
(viols, violins, rebecs)
LUCIE SKEAPING (soprano) DOUG WOOTTON (lute, cittern) KEITH THOMPSON
Devised by PETHICK EDWARDS and PETER HOLMAN with suggestions from the hand
Producer JENYTH WORSLEY
Devised and narrated by H. COLIN DAVIS on 12 good people of his choice.
3: Sabine Baring-Gould
The Bionic Blob and the Case of the Stolen Wavelengths by JAMES FOLLETT with Ed Bishop as Slim Chance, and Sandra Dickinson as Amy Have you ever found it difficult to tune your radio on to the right wavelength? Think of the confusion that would be caused if a wavelength were hijacked - by educationalists for instance.
Slim Chance and his partner investigate such a problem. In America, of course.
Arthur Mow BRIAN HAINES
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN (John Bay is in A Day in Hollywood - A Night in the Ukraine ' at the May Fair Theatre, London)
Weather report: forecast followed by an interlude