long wave only
7.10 Sunday Papers long wave only
7.15 Apna HI Ghar
Samalhlye: for Asians BBC Birmingham long wave only
7.45 Bells: long wave only
7.50 The Shape of God FR IAN FALCONER with a meditation for the 15th Sunday after Pentecost: Mark 10, vv 2-16 long wave only
with Ted Harrison
Producer JULIA BICKNELL
GLENDA JACKSON talks about OPUS, voluntary groups (281011) which help parents under stress and In danger of abusing their children. Donations, by cheque or PO, to [address removed]
by Alistalr Cooke
From Bethany Baptist
Church. Abergavenny, led by the Minister.
THE REV VIVIAN REES
Hymns: Turn your eyes upon Jesus (Youth Praise
20);GodofgraceandGod of glory (BH 372); Head of the church (BH 258): Master speak! Thy servant heareth (BH 479); Who is ontheLord'sstde? (BH534) Readings: (Good News Bible) Luke 9, vv 57-62; Luke 14, vv 25-33
Organist HARRY WYATT conductor
RALPH DOWDESWILL BBC Wales
Omnibus edition. Directed by PETER WINDOWS Producer
WILLIAM SUETHURST Agricultural editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Introduced by Bob Prizeman who follows Kent Opera into the schoolroom: and presenti some highlights from Woman's Hour.
The Goon Show
4: Round the World in 80 Days starring Peter Sellers Harry Secombe Spike Milligan with MAX GELDRAY and the RAY ELLINGTON QUARTET
Orchestra conducted by WALLY STOTT
Written by SPIKE MILLIGAN and LARRY STEPHENS Producer PAT DIXON
(First broadcast in 1957)
In the final programme in the current series Lynn Davis , David Holloway and Tony Wilkins join the technical experts at The Building Centre In London.
In the Chair Bill Breckon Producer CATHY STEWART Editor JIM BLACK
9 HOME-ING IN: page 73
Presenter Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
The Cricket Mateh by HUGH DE SELINCOURT Dramatised for radio byJOHNEETALLACK
The best story about cricket or any other game that was ever written.
(J. M. BARRIE )
In the high Sussex summer of 1921. the Tillingford village cricket team meetslts arch-rivals. Music composed and played by ROBERT PETTIGREW Directed by PATRICK RAYNER
Ten programmes presented by MalcolmBillings
9: Sicily -a Roman Shipwreck
Capo di Plemmirio is a jagged, inaccessible cliff-face south of Syracuse. In early autumn it is buffeted by strong sirocco winds from Africa, making the approach to Syracuse harbour extremely hazardous. It was 1.800 years ago that a Roman galley foundered and sank there. Now archaeologists are attempting to retrieve its treasuresfromthesea bed 80 feet below.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol long wave only
The shoreline world of anemones and barnacles. crabs and razorshells
Is invaded each summer by holiday-makers. John Barrett and Derek Jones join the throng on a Pembrokeshire beach to introduce the residents to the visitors.
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Thuns.9.30 am) long wave only
(Details: Afon 11.0 am) long wave only
with HARRIET CASS
Tom Vernon rides his bicycle from Exeter to
Edinburgh; with an eye for the countryside and an ear for the people. Ill: The Waters and the Wolds
Bath to the Cotswolds
Producer JENNY DE YONG
In five programmes Flnlay J. Macdonald recalls his boyhood in the Hebrides in the early days of World War II. 4: Spoils of War
It was hard to appreciate that the wealth of the flotsam washing up on the Atlantic shore was a token of disaster at sea. Producer LESLIE ROBINSON
by TED ALLBEURY (10)
(Details: Wed 12.27 pm)
Teresa McGonagle invites Gillian Reynolds and Colin Shaw to pick some paperbacks.
ProducerPamelahowi BBC Bristol
Th-e extraordinary career of Robert-Houdin, father of modern stage magic, writer, ambassador, scientist, inventor, with Maurice Denham as Jean-Eugene Robert-Houdin Paul Daniels tells the story of the man whose Innovation, the performing and adaptation of ancient tricks and techniques and his unique style of presentation have assured him of a place in the history of conjuring. Commemorated in plaques and street names throughout France, the name of Robert-Houdin is revered internationally among magicians.
Script by BARRY CARMAN Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol
At the end of 1955, Anthony Smith mounted a small motorcycle in Cape Town and rode north. This year he set off to retrace his path. but this time from Cairo to Cape Town.
In the tenth of 12 talks, ANTHONY SMITH continues the story of his journey. The text of this talk is in the LISTENER, Thurs 8 Sept
by ELIZABETH GASKELL dramatised in nine parts by BARRY CAMPBELL with and 3: The New Mama Molly was positively unhappy, and her father did not appear to see It; he was absorbed with his new plans and his new wife that was to be. But he did notice it; and was truly sorry for his little girl; only he thought that there was a greater chance for the future harmony of the household, if he did not lead Molly to define her present feelings by putting them into words. It was his general plan to repress emotion by not showing the sympathy he felt.
Music by RACHEL PORTUAN Directed by JANE MORGAN
The evening office of Compline.
The techniques of genetic engineering offer a timesaving method of overcoming the limitations of traditional plant breeding.
Colin Tudge explores the prospect that in the future man-made plants will be the source of our daily bread.