LESLIE COTTINGTOK and KEN POLLOCK
A note from Religious Affairs Correspondent Gerald Priestland
6.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
A weekly review of the agricultural scene
Producer ANTHONY PARKIN BBC Birmingham
Norman Tozer with how to get the best value for your hard-earned cash
7.55 Weather: programme news: long wave only
Tony Lewis welcomes in a New Year of the magazine programme that takes a different look at sport. Featuring the offbeat and the humorous as well as the up-to-date news at home and abroad. Including news from CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS in Sydney at the end of the second day's play in the Second Test between Australia and ENGLAND.
A Radio Sport and OB production
Jane Finnis takes a look at the variations in breakfast habits around the world.
Producer THENA HESHEL
with Barry Norman at the helm, and a host of assembled experts with ideas on how to spend your time and money on the water. Direct from the International Boat Show at London's Earls Court. Producer JENNY MARSHALL Editor ROGER MACDONALD
For information sheets send a large sae to [address removed]
Tom Vernon reviews the weekly magazines.
Producer WALTER WALLICH
Anthony King joins the Employment Secretary.
The Rt Hun James Prior, mp, on his Suffolk farm to talk about the things he enjoys doing when he can escape from the pressures of Westminster and Whitehall.
Producer ANNE SLOMAN
NEM, p 110; In the bleak mid-winter (BBC HB 51); Psalm 138; Romans 8, vv 28-39 (RSV); Of the Father's love (BBC HB 57)
Margaret Howard presents her selection of extracts from BBC radio and television programmes.
Shakespeare was, so right when he wrote 'uneasy lies the head that wears a crown '. Over the past two centuries, monarchy as a form of government has come under attack from a variety of ideologies, but some royal houses have survived to see 1980.
Geoffrey Wareham surveys the kings and queens who still have a throne.
A Radio News production by JOHN ALLEN
Presented by Louise Botting
Radio's key to the ever-present problem of how to get the best from your money-whether it concerns a mortgage or an insurance policy, an investment bond or a bank loan, a tax dispute or a social security squabble. A Financial World Tonight production
(Repeated: Mon 10.5 am)
The last seven days put in a questionable way by Barry Took to Alan Coren, Simon Hoggart, Jonathan King and Claire Rayner
Compiled and produced by ALAN NIXON
(Repeated: Mon 10.30 pm) Stereo
12.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
Lord Mancroft Patricia Hayes and Anthony Rosen tackle the issues raised by the audience in Wrington, Bristol
Chairman David Jacobs
1.55 Shipping forecast long wave only
Lord Mancroft Patricia
' Every winter we are invaded by flies. Has the widespread use of central heating in homes created a new generation of flies that appear in the autumn rather than the spring?'
Ornithologist John An drews , botanist Glyn Jones , and entomologist Paul Whalley confirm there arejio flies on them when answering another batch of listeners' questions.
Introduced by Derek Jones
Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
Questions to: Wildlife, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Mother Says by D. J. HART with Phllomena McDonagli as Marianne
'I must tell you, Mrs Maunsell , if you are not aware of the fact already, !hat I could not myself ordain you to the priestly office. I appreciate that the expectation is now fashionable and I have nothing against you personally. In all conscience, however, I do not feel it is the proper path for the Church to take.'
Directed by ROGER PINE BBC Birmingham
A practical and topical magazine for and with disabled listeners.
Presenter Marilyn Alan Reporter KEVIN MULHERN Editor MARLENE PEASE
Citizens' Advice Bureau Phone-in: Monday 2.0-4.0 pm [number removed]. Ext 2531
Correspondence address: BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
Jill Cochrane introduces six programmes in which she talks to teenage members of some of Britain's 'other religions'. 1: Islam
Producer DAVID WINTER
The Voyage Out
John Mole with six selections of poems which take us a little further out each week.
1: Homes. Readers
John Franklyn-Robbins and Frances Hnrovitz
Things Bright and Beautiful
Records of some shining moments in grand opera Introduced by Peter Pratt
Producer RONALD COOK
with Bill Wallis David Tate
Sheila Steafel Chris Emmett and THE DAVID FIRMAN TRIO
5.50 Shipping forecast long wave only
5.55 Weather; programme news
Reginald Goodall. the conductor, chooses the eight records he would take to a desert island and discusses them with ROY PLOMLFY.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER (Reginald Goodall conducts: tomorrow 2.30 pm R3, and Mon 6.30 pm R3)
The Archbishop of York. The Most Rev Stuart Blanch , presents tis personal choice of poetry and prose. Readers
PAUL ROGERS and ISABEL DEAN
Producer BRIAN PATIEN BBC Bristol
Richard Baker offers a recipe of popular classics on record.
Producer RAY ABBOTT
(Repeated: Wed. 11.5 am)
by Bill Morrison
'The killer was a big, youngish, well-dressed fella who enjoyed his work. And one thing was clear - if I wanted to go on breathing nobody had better know I saw anything. I know Belfast, and I know the sort of woodentops in it. Walk away, I said; even better, run away.'
BBC Northern Ireland
(Repeated: Mon 3.15 pm)
Man at the graveyard:
Sheridan Morley re-plays and reflects on items from the nightly review of the arts - Kaleidoscope.
Editor ROSEMARY HART
Sheridan Morley 's Films: page 23
An evening meditatiun led by STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
presenting music on the lighter side of ilie Ensemble's repertoire from the 16th century to the present day. Special guest Hugh Bean (violin Introduced by Philip Jones
Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
The first in a series of five ghost stories. Nobody's House by A. M. BURRAGE adapted by MICHAEL ELDER Read by Anna Massey
' They say strange things happen in the library. You tell me you have heard footfalls. voices, the sound of a' shot. What happened in the library that evening 20 years ago is known only to God. The man who lives, remembers nothing ... I'll get the truth tonight if I have to summon the Devil himself.'
Producer PATRICK RAYNER BBC Scotland
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude