A note from Religious Affairs Correspondent Gerald Priestland
6.55 Weather; programme news
A weekly review of the agricultural scene. Producer KEN FORD BBC Manchester
with Norman Tozcr
7.55 Weather; programme news
Tony Lewis presents his magazine programme of sport. This week featuring
World Cup Football: a vital qualifying game for ENGLAND in SWITZERLAND tonight. Previews and interviews from Basle. Also a look ahead to WALES V USSR.
Golf: America's top golfers are bidding to break a 46-year blank by winning the Dunlop
Masters. A preview of today's third round at Woburn.
Also the rest of the news at home and abroad, including the off-beat and the humorous.
A Radio Sport and ob production
Introduced by Bernard Falk with help from NIGEL COOMBS and ERIC TOBITT , taking a critical look at the holiday, travel and leisure scene, including Continental Travel Information.
Producer JENNY MARSHALL Editor IRENE MALLIS
For information sheets, send a large sae to: Breakaway, [address removed]
Michael Watts , of the Sunday Express, takes a look at the weekly magazines, their views on the news and the special interests they reflect.
The Speech Writers
Professor Anthony King in conversation with backroom boys of British politics.
Producers ELLIE UPDALE and MARK TAVENER
New Every Morning, page 71; The Lord is King! lift up thy voice (BBC HB 26); Psalm 145, vv 13-21; Luke 18, vv 18-30 (RSV); Lift up your heads ye mighty gates (BBC HB 34)
Margaret Howard presents her selection from BBC radio and television programmes over the past seven days.
BBC Correspondents talk about the countries they work in. Editor PADDY O'KEEFFE
Presented by Louise Botting
Radio's key to the problem of how to get the best from your money. A Financial World Tonight production
(Repeated: Mon 10.2 am)
Nicholas Parsons with Kenneth Williams Peter Jones
Derek Nimmo and Sheila Hancock
Devised by IAN MESSITER Producer DAVID HATCH
(Repeated: Mon 6.30 pm)
12.55 Weather; programme news
The Rt Hon Sir Richard Marsh Jean Rook
Laurie Taylor Paul Boateng
1.55 Shipping forecast long wave only
The Wildlife team provide some illuminating answers to more of your questions.
Chrissie by JOHN HALL with Margot Boyd as Auntie and Petra Markham as Chrissie
I dare say that creamy skin would show to advantage in a nun's coif but you really oughtn't to kneel too long in cold churches. I know suffering attracts you, dear, but give God the benefit of his divine good sense.'
Chrissie wants to become a nun, but her wealthy aunt persuades her to take her dying mother on a cruise, thus leaving the field clear for the aunt to pursue Chrissie's father.
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIH BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Tues 11.5 am)
Paul Reynolds reports on America's 60s riots.
Poetry requested by listeners. Presented by P. J. Kavanagh
Readers BARBARA JEFFORD and DOUGLAS LEACH
Producer BRIAN PATTEN BBC Bristol Requests to:
Poetry Please!, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
(Repeated: Mon 11.50 am)
Driven from Scotland,
Robert Louis Stevenson found his imagination powered by exile.
Readers JOHN SHEDDEN and ROSE MCBAIN
Producer ROBERT LOGAN BBC Scotland long wave only
A personal portrait
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Presenter Marilyn Alan A magazine of special interest to disabled listeners with country. wide news and views on all matters of concern to them and their families. 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 long wave only
' Your show has got to be so much fun that it gets you to where the party is afterwards.'
Ken Campbell , actor, writer and artistic director of the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool, talks to Sue MacGregor. Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester long wave only
An irreverently critical look back at the news. long wave only
5.50 Shipping forecast long wave only
5.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
followed by Continental Travel Information
The baritone Eric Shilling (Repeated: Friday 9.5 am)
Amiably competitive conversation inspired by current public and private preoccupations.
MUSiC by JEREMY NICHOLAS Producer MICHAEL EMBER
Richard Baker presents a blend of musical entertainment on record. Producer RAY ABBOTT
(Repeated: Wed 11.5 am)
by Arthur C. Clarke adapted for radio by Andrew Lynch
The fourth in an occasional series that follows the writing of science-fiction from the turn of the century to the present day.
Time: the 21st century Place: the Moon
Following a moonquake, the tourist-cruiser Selene sinks 15 metres into the dust of the Sea of Thirst. That dust is more liquid than sand, flows quicker than syrup and slower than water. No rescue attempt under such extraordinary condition has ever been mounted.
(Repeated: Mon 3.2 pm)
Adapted for radio by:
Banjo played by:
Captain Pat Harris:
Stewardess Sue Wilkins:
Evening prayers led tonight by Angela Tilby
Clement Freud invites you to share his enjoyment in recalling the words, music and people that have tickled his sense of humour. Producer BRIAN COOK
Edward Greenfield makes his choice of recently released classical records. Producer ANDREW MUSSETT (First broadcast on World Service)
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude