6.55 Weather: programme news
7.10 Sunday Papers
7.15 Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye
7.50 The Shape of God
The Rev Fraser Smith With a meditation for the second Sunday after Epiphany. John 1. vv 35-51
7.55 Weather: programme news
Presenter Clive Jacobs Producer DAVID COOMES
DAVE LEE TRAVIS appeals on behalf of Henshaw's Society for the Blind which runs a school, a special centre and three homes, and offers subsidised holidays and sheltered housing for the blind.
Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: Dave Lee Travis ,
Henshaw's Society for the Blind, [address removed]
8.55 Weather: programme news
by Alistair Cooke
from Trinity United Reformed Church, Plymouth led by The Rev Bob Irving
Readings (Good News Bible): Psalm 96; Philippians 4, vv 4-9
Hymns (Church Hymnary): Sing to the Lord a joyful song (366): Come, let us remember the joys of the town (384); Lord of all hopefulness (92); Now thank we all our God (368) Anthem: My eyes for beauty pine (Howells)
Service led by:
The Rev Bob
Choirmaster and Organist:
Directed by ANTON gill Producer
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
with June Knox-Mawer who meets David Smith. painter of Antarctica, and his wife, the singer
Elizabeth Hawes, who's recently returned from a study tour of the Far East; and presents highlights from Woman's Hour.
Hancock's Half Hour starring Tony Hancock with Sidney James
Hattie Jacques , Bill Kerr Kenneth Williams
WALLY STOTT AND HIS
Written by RAY GALTON and ALAN SIMPSON ' Producer
DENNIS MAIN WILSON
(First broadcast in 1957)
Derek Cooper's guide to food and drink, with a report from the South West on how local producers and purveyors are faring in the current market place.
Producer JOY HATWOOD
12.55 Weather: programme news
Presenter Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
1.55 Shipping forecast lona wave only
Jannie Yeldsmnn and his Struggle Against the Boer by MICHAEL PICARDIE Captain van Tonder of the South African Special
Branch pays a visit to the black Jannie Veldsman in his isolated cabin. The two men indulge in a duel, metaphorically and finally literally, as Jannie Veldsman struggles to reach the core of his adversary's crippling racial fear and hatred.
Captain van Tonder:
Dame Daphne first visited Cornwall when she was 5 years old.
Captivated by its beauty, she was later to make her home in the county which has been the setting for many of her novels. She reflects upon the changing face of the Cornish countryside.
Your queries about antiques are discussed by Arthur Negus and Bernard Price.
Introduced by Hugh Scully Producer sarah pitt BBC Bristol long wave only
Brian Johnston visits Dartmouth in South
Devon, situated on the estuary of one of Britain's most beautiful rivers. It attracts thousands of holidaymakers and is world-famous as the home of the Britannia Royal Naval College.
Producer anthony SMITH BBC Bristol
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5.58 Shipping forecast long wave only
5.55 Weather; programme news long tvave only
A portrait of Augustus
Smith of Scilly (1804-1872) bv JOHN WILKIfc
' ... He made no money in Scilly. He told me he had laid out more than he ever received. His rents he spent upon the people.' Narrator Christian RODSKA
W. T. Johns TIM RENTINCK Other parts by Michael SPICE , PAUL NICHOLSON and CAROLINE GOODALL Contributions by ROBERT DORRIfiN-SMITH ,
PETER CLOUGH , ROY COOPER , FRANK GIBSON , ROY GRAHAM , RICHARD JENKINS and JOHN WOOSNAM Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN
W. T. Johns Tim
Richard Baker presents a celebration of Britain's most maritime counties - Devon and Cornwall - in words, music and song with Brenda Wootton Cyril Tawney Douglas Leach and Deborah Page
The Marazion Apollo Male Voice Choir conductor
John J. Matthews
The Cambourne Town Band conductor
Derek Greenwood direct from The Guildhall, Plymouth
Producers brian PATTEN and IAN CARSON BBC Bristol
by Thomas Hardy dramatised for radio in three parts by Jane Beeson
1: The autobiographical nature of this early novel caused much intrigue when it was first published. Set on the wild Cornish coast; where Hardy courted his first wife, it tells the story of Elfride, the beautiful daughter of a local parson, whose fate it is to be loved by two very different men. Her first suitor is a young architect working on her father's church, but a mystery surrounds his past which when revealed is to cause her much anguish.
Directed by Cherry Cookson
A new series of radio portraits by ALISON PLOWDEN 1:The Russells of WobnrnIntroduced by John Julius Norwich
"First Earl of Bedford
^Other excerpts from chronicles, letters and journals read by GEOFFREY BANKS . PETER BELL , KEITH CLIFFORD. RUSSELL DIXON , VALERIE GEORGESON , DAVID MAHLOWE , ANN RYE
The programme includes an interview with the MarquessofTavistock . Music composed by RICHARD HARVEY Theme by NIGEL HESS Producer
cas John Russell,:
Lord William Russell:
The Lord's Song in a Strange Land
2: ' Out of the deep have I called unto thee 0 Lord. Lord hear my tJoice!
A meditation on Psalm 130 IAN TRACEY pla.VS Howells' Psalm Prelude Set 2, No 1 Readings by ERIC WILKES Producer DAVID CRAIG BBC Manchester
Gwyn Thomas, a man who could talk as inventively as he could write, died last April. Hear from the people who knew him best, critics who assess his work - and Thomas himself.
Reader RAY SMITH
Presenter John Ormond
Producer HERBERT WILLIAMS
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude