with Michael Stewart and Alison Leigh
6.30, 7.30, 8.30 News Summary
6.45* Prayer for the Day
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
7.45* Thought for the Day Editor JULIAN HOLLAND
For the passenger
Concorde is simply the world's fastest, most glamorous plane but behind the caviare and the supersonic speed is a dedicated team that makes it happen. Jimmy Hill meets the staff both on the ground and in the air as he sets off for Miami. Researcher KAREN DECO Producer LAN STRACHAN
Take It From Here starring Dick Bentley Jimmy Edwards June Whitfield with WALLAS EATON
AND THE KEYNOTES
BBC REVUE ORCHESTRA conducted by MALCOLM LOCKYER
Written by FRANK MUIR and DENIS NORDEN
Producer CHARLES MAXWELL (First broadcast in 1959)
at the World Wine Fair, Bristol
A good year for comedy' 'An amusing little programme'
Who turned the light out?'
These quotes were heard quite clearly coming from under the third table on the left by Emma Thompson and the Cambridge Buskers who vaguely remember doing the programme.
Written by RICHARD STILGOE Producer MIKE CRAIG BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Tues 6.30 pm)
The World of the National Trust
The National Trust now has over a million members, and more and more people are visiting its properties. But can the Trust continue to expand, can it face up to increased competition and attract more people? Malcolm Billings examines the work of the NT as he visits properties around the country and talks with Angus Stirling , the Trust's Director General. Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
On St George 's Day, the screen's most popular
Queen Elizabeth I, Dame Flora Robson , talks to
Michael Billington about her 60-year career, with Tyrone Guthrie at the Festival Theatre,
Charles Laughton at the Old Vie and Errol Flynn in Hollywood. With extracts from some of her notable performances including
Lady Macbeth, Nelly Dean in Wuthering Heights and Queen Elizabeth in Fire Over England.
Producer RICHARD DUNN
The Old Ladies by RODNEY ACKLAND adapted from the novel by HUGH WALPOLE with Joyce Carey as May Beringer Fabia Drake as Agatha Payne and Margot Boyd as Lucy Amorest
Narrator Jon Strickland When Lucy Amorest decides to organise a Christmas party, she has no idea of the strange events that are to follow. One of her guests is so terrified of the other that she fears for her life. Why? Directed by MARTIN JENKINS
Macbeth by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE with Denis Quilley Hannah Gordon
Clifford Rose , John Rowe Nigel Terry
Music by Ilona Sekacz
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS
Malcolm, his son:
Lady MacdufF son:
Donalbain, Duncan's son:
Hecate, Queen of the witch/Gentlewoman:
Scottish lord/Old Siward:
Naples 44 by NORMAN LEWIS abridged in ten parts by MARY BENSON
Read by John Rowe (1)
Volunteers from the armed forces in World War II found to possess linguistic qualifications were frequently directed into the Intelligence Corps.
Norman Lewis , who has written 11 novels and five non-fiction works, records his war through his diaries.
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
Dick Vosburgh presents the story of CHARLES MACARTHUR and BEN HECHT 'S classic American play "The Front Page".
Included are extracts from three film versions, featuring WALTER MATTHAU, JACK LEMMON, CARY GRANT and ROSALIND RUSSELL; songs from the musical version, Windy City; interviews with DENIS QUILLEY, MAUREEN LIPMAN and ANTON RODGERS, who appeared in the National theatre's revival, and the first lady of the American Theatre, HELEN HAYES.
Written by DICK VOSBURGH
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