Producers MARTIN SMALL and ALLAN WRIGHT
A note from Religious Affairs Correspondent Rosemary HartiU
6.55 Weather: travel; programme news
A weekly review of the agricultural scene.
Producer MARTIN SMALL BBC Birmingham
Norman Tozer with how to get the best from your hard-earned cash.
7.55 Weather: travel: programme news
Tony Lewis returns from
Australia to present this morning's edition of the programme.
As well as latest news of the one-day international cricket series down-under, it also features Rugby League's John Player Trophy final between LEEDS and WIGAN plus some of the more offbeat moments in the world of sport.
Producer DAVE GORDON
Introduced by Bernard Falk , with help from
SUSAN MARLING and IAN LYON. taking a critical look at the holiday, -travel and leisure scene. Producer JENNY HALLINSON DUFF
Editor ROGER MACDONALD
Bel Mooney takes a look at the weekly magazines, their views on the news and the special interests they reflect.
Producer SUSAN SNAILUM
Adam Raphael , Political Editor of The Observer, views the past week through the eyes of backbench mps and peers. Producer MARGARET BUDY
New Every Morning, page 110; Jesu, the very thought of thee (BBC RB 322); Psalm 16: Matthew 16, vv 13-20 (GNB); Lift up your hearts! (BBC HB 326)
Radio and tv extracts with Margaret Howard
Editor PADDY O'KEEFFE
(Nert edn: Tues 10.2 am)
Presented by Louise Botting
The programme that keeps you in touch with what's happening in the field of personal savings, tax, mortgages, insurance, social security and the financial problems of everyday life.
A Financial World Tonight production
(Repeated: Mon 10.2 am)
A series of eight programmes
The Instruments of Jazz 4: The Saxophone
With FRANKIE E TRUMBAUER COLEMAN HAWKINS , SIDNEY BECHET , JOHNNY HODGES
CHARLIE PARKER , ORNETTE COLEMAN and others Producer ALAN OWEN (Revised repeat)
12.55 Weather: programme news
Sir Monty Finniston Clive Jenkins
Derek Robinson and Polly Toynbee
Chairman David Jacobs
1.55 Shipping forecast long wave only
Something Childish But Very Natural by KATHERINE MANSFIELD dramatised for radio by JANE BEESON , with Two very young people meet on a train journey and fall in love with each other. They feel they are quite unique and that their love transcends the ordinariness of life. But can they preserve the delicacy of their relationship or is it all a dream?
Directed by CHERRY COOKSON
(Repeated: Tues 11.3 am) (Michael Maloney and Harriet Walter are members of the RSC)
Geoff Watts reports on the health of medical care.
Presented by Derek Jones
The fourth of seven programmes
The Squire and his Relations
' At the sight of the squire the people trembled ... ' But some have been quick to sing his praises. The archetypal, fox-hunting, hard-drinking squire is described in song and verse.
Readers John Darran Elizabeth Proud and Ray Smith
Producer HERBERT WILLIAMS BBC Wales
BBC correspondents cast a collective eye over a contemporary issue.
A magazine of special interest to disabled listeners and their families.
Presenter John Mills Editor MARLENE PEASE
Correspondence address: BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
Tel: [number removed], Ext 7048
The Tragedy of Richard the Third
The BBC Television
Shakespeare production of Richard III will be shown tomorrow evening at 7.15 on BBC2.
Edward Woodward , who recently played the title role in a much-praised production, gives his personal view of the play and its qualities.
Producer ALAN WILDING
An irreverently critical look back at the week.
5.50 Shipping forecast long wave only
5.55 Weather: travel: programme news
with BRIAN PERKINS including Sports Round-up
ROY PLOMLEY with soprano Gwyneth Jones
(Details: Friday 9.5 am)
Amiably competitive conversation inspired by current public and private preoccupations. Music by INSTANT SUNSHINE
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
with a Saturday-evening selection of music on record.
Producer RAY ABBOTT
by Chris Allen
Mary, Phyllis, Jane and Nancy are widows.
Between them they have something like 100 years of useful life left. What are they going to do about it?
(Repeated: Mon 3.2 pm)
According to the Japanese code we deserved no mercy or respect because we had allowed ourselves to become prisoners. It was the most disgrace/ul thing that could have happened. We had committed the ultimate offence.
David Wade has been talking to former PoWs who survived the horrors of imprisonment in the Far East during the Second World War. Their stories describe the reality of the experience as they remember it 40 years later. For all of them It was an experience even more horrifying than that presented in such accounts as The Bridge on the River Kwal, A Town Like Alice and the BBC series Tenko. Producer
(Repeated: Fri 11.3 am)
Hugh Faupel with some thoughts for late evening
Weather report: forecast followed by an interlude