from Manchester led by THE REV
KENNETH STEVENSON with a choir from CHETHAM'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC Let all the world (BBC HB 275); I Peter 1, vv 3-9 .
(RSV); Gloria (Darke); King of glory (BBC HB 325). BBC Manchester long wave only
Non-stop comedy cabaret with Fundation, who are Joe Griffiths (on piano) Gareth Hale Norman Pace
Terry Morrison and Maryanne Morgan
Written by FUNDATION with contributions from
CHARLIE ADAMS. GEOFFREY ATKINSON. PAUL B. DA VIES.
JOHN LANGDON and SIMON PARKE Producer ALAN NIXON
(Repeated: Tues 6.30 pm) (Fundation are at the Tramshed, Woolwich, London)
with Sue MacGregor including during the week some Talking Point discussions, Your Letters and other topics.
NATALIA KARP recalls how' a Chopin nocturne saved her life in a German concentration camp. Wycliffe and the Pea-green Boat by w. J. BURLEY abridged in nine parts by ANGELA JESSON
Read by SEAN-ARNOLD (3) Editor SANDRA CHALMERS long wave only
The Geneva Run by MICHAEL DAVIES
A British armaments expert goes missing at the Geneva talks.
Other parts played by ERICA EIRIAN , JAMES BENSON Directed by ADRIAN MOURBY BBC Wales
Sir Robert Clyne:
John Altwen Lassam:
Vera by ELIZABETH VON ARNIM abridged in ten parts by BA MASON
Read by June Barrie (1) The sinister story of marriage between a young girl and a possessive middle-aged widower. Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
Never in My Lifetime by SHIRLEY GEE
The love between a young British soldier and a young girl from Belfast is inevitably entangled in the rage of conflicting ideals. The repercussions of a violent incident are felt by six people who are all closely involved.
NIGEL SHIPWAY (drums)
Directed by DAVID SPENSER (First broadcast on Radio 3)
The inventor is a stock character in English humour, yet all progress depends on him. So why do we need to make him a buffoon?
David Jones looks at mad and not-so-mad inventors to find the answer.
Producer MARTIN GOLDMAN
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