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long wave only
7.10 Sunday Papers long wave only
7.15 Apna HI Ghar
SamaJhiye: for Asians BBC Birmingham long wave only
7.45 Bells: long wave only
7.50 The Shape of God
THE REV PETER TIMMS with a meditation for the ninth Sunday after Pentecost: John 17. vv 11-10 long wave only

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Timms

: News

8.10 Sunday Papers

: Sunday

Presenter Clive Jacobs Producer JOHN NEWBURY

Contributors

Presenter: Clive Jacobs

: Week's Good Cause

THE RT HON NORMAN ST JOHN-STEVAS MP, talks about the Pugin Chapel of St Edmund's College, Ware, which is of outstanding beauty, and historically of national importance.
Donations, by cheque or PO. to: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Norman St John-Stevas

: News

9.10 Sunday Papers

: Letter from America

bv Alistair Cooke

Contributors

Unknown: Alistair Cooke

: Morning Service

from Newcastle
Presbyterian Church,
Co Down. Conducted by THE REV SMILEY FULLERTON Organist and choirmistress
CHRISTINE IRVINB
Readings (niv): Psalm 85, vv 1-13: Matthew 16, vv 13-19 and 24-26 Hymns (rch): Praise to the Lord (22); Alleluia, sing to Jesus (138); In the name (178); Who is on the Lord's side (519) Psalm 43: 0 send thy light forth
BBC Northern Ireland

: The Archers

Omnibus edition. Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Producer: William Smethurst
Editor: Anthony Parkin

: Weekend

Introduced by Bob Prizeman , who meets Neil Adams , mbe. the current World Judo Champion of Light Middleweight: and Sharron Davies. the former Commonwealth swimming champion and Olympic Silver Medallist: plus some Woman's Hour highlights.

Contributors

Introduced By: Bob Prizeman
Unknown: Neil Adams
Unknown: Sharron Davies.

: Smash of the Day

Beyond Our Ken starring Kenneth Home with Betty Marsden
Hugh Paydick Bill Pertwee
Kenneth Williams
Producer john SIMMONDS (First broadcast in 1964.

Contributors

Unknown: Betty Marsden
Unknown: Hugh Paydick
Unknown: Bill Pertwee
Unknown: Kenneth Williams
Producer: John Simmonds

: Home-ing In

Tips and techniques to help you save time and money if you do-it-yourself, from Lynn Dans Jack Wldgery Tony Wilkins in response to questions from DIY enthusiasts at
The City Museum and Art Gallery Lecture Theatre. Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent
In the Chair Bill Breckon Producer CATHY STEWART Editor JIM BLACK
0 HOME-ING IN: page 63

Contributors

Unknown: Lynn Dans
Unknown: Jack Wldgery
Unknown: Tony Wilkins
Unknown: Bill Breckon
Producer: Cathy Stewart
Editor: Jim Black

: The World This Weekend: News

Presenter Gordon Ctough Editor DEREK LEWIS

Contributors

Presenter: Gordon Ctough
Editor: Derek Lewis

: Gardeners' Question Time

(Details: Wed 10.0 am)

: Afternoon Theatre

Indian Summer by JENNIFER JOHNSTON
Indian Summer is set at a crucial moment in Irish history - the autumn of 1920, when the violent struggle for independence was at its height.
But for Mr Martin , an Anglo-Irish landowner in Co Cork, the date has a different significance - it is to be the reatisation of a dream.
Pianist GRAHAM KENNEDY A BBC/Lyric Theatre Belfast co-production Directed for stage and radio by ROBERT COOPER BBC Northern Ireland

Contributors

Unknown: Jennifer Johnston
Unknown: Indian Summer
Unknown: Mr Martin
Pianist: Graham Kennedy
Radio By: Robert Cooper

: Origins

In a series of ten programmes, Malcolm Billings explores the world of archaeology.
3: The Great Hall of the Archbishop's Palace at Canterbury
Archbishop Hubert Walter began the Great Hall at the end of the 12th century and Archbishop Langton completed it by July 1220, when the palace was visited by a number of important guests for the translation of the body of St Thomas a Becket to the new shrine in the cathedral. Never before the subject of detailed study, the Great Hall has now been excavated for the first time.
Reader HUGH DICKSON
Producer JOHN knight BBC Bristol long wave only

Contributors

Unknown: Malcolm Billings
Unknown: Hubert Walter
Unknown: St Thomas
Reader: Hugh Dickson
Producer: John Knight

: The Living World

(Details: Thurs 9.30 am) long wave only

: Down Your Way

(Details. Mon 11.0 am) long wave only

: News

With HARRIET CASE

: Action Makes the Heart Grow Stronger

A series of five programmes about coronary heart disease presented by Dr Alan Maryon-Davls 4: Cope with Stress - Help Your Heart
How important is exercise in the prevention of heart disease, and how can learning to relax help your heart?
Producer SARAH Rowlands
Free booklet, Beating
Heart Disease, available from [address removed]

Contributors

Presented By: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls
Producer: Sarah Rowlands

: In My Young Days

A series of six programmes of recollections of working. class childhood 60 years and more ago. selected from oral history collections throughout Britain by Stephen Humphries , with music arranged and performed by SANDRA KERR , and with additional recordings from the BBC Sound Archives. 4: Work
Producer ALAN iiavdock

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Humphries
Unknown: Sandra Kerr

: Pay Any Price

by TED ALLBEURY (4)

: A Good Read

(Details- Thurs 4.10 pm)

: Music to Remember

THE ENGLISH CONCERT leader SIMON STANDACE directed from the harpsichord by TREVOR PINNOCK
Bach Harpsichord
Concerto In D minor (BWV 1052)
Leclair Violin Concerto In D, Op 7 No 2
SIMON STANDAGE (violin) (First broadcast on R3)

Contributors

Leader: Simon Standace
Unknown: Trevor Pinnock
Violin: Simon Standage

: High Street Africa Revisited

At the end of 1955. Anthony Smith mounted a small motorcycle In
Capetown and rode north. Several months and 7,000 miles later he arrived In Cairo - the first time such a trip had been completed. This year he took the machine out of storage and with his son Adam set off to retrace his path. but this time from Cairo to Capetown.
The fourth of 12 talks with ANTHONY SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Smith
Unknown: Anthony Smith

: The King Must Die

by MARY RENAULT (8)

: News

: With Great Pleasure

A new series of eight programmes emlyn Williams presents his personal choice of poetry and prose with Margaretta Scott and Andrew Sachs
'... a mixed bouquet of literary flowers ... at the risk of sounding a Philistine. I hasten to make it clear that each poem is intelligible.' Recorded before an invited audience at Theatre Clwyd, Mold Producer BRIAN patten BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Margaretta Scott
Unknown: Andrew Sachs
Producer: Brian Patten

: Thomas Traherne

Six programmes
3: Learning to See Again A selection of poetic meditations chosen by Keith Clements from the writings of the 17th-century priest, THOMAS TRAHERNE
Readers FRANK DUNCAN and PATRICK MALAHIDE Producer PETER FIRTH BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Clements
Unknown: Thomas Traherne
Unknown: Readers Frank Duncan
Unknown: Patrick Malahide

: People of the Pacific Century

Duel of the Century
Japan now stands second only to the United States as the world's most important economic power. By the end of the century it may have overtaken America to become number one.
High technology holds the key to the future as the two economic giants fight for leadership.
In the third of six programmes,
Mary Goldring considers which of the two has the all-important skills of inventiveness and innovation necessary to keep ahead of the other. Producer TOM READ

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Goldring
Producer: Tom Read

: News

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