6.45 The Public Sector. 7.5 Music interlude. 7.25 AD 2025: A New Xanadu.
7.10 LF Sunday Papers
7.15 LF Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye : for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New
Leaves: Ted Harrison with recommended holiday reading
Presented by Clive Jacobs Producer DAVID COOMES
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about work being undertaken to prevent suffering caused by misunderstanding of dyslexia.
Donations: British Dyslexia Association,[address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Holy Trinity Parish Church, Eastbourne led by the vicar
THE REV KENNETH BLYTH
Hymns: 0 Lord of heaven and earth and sea; Jesus loves me, this I know; God is our strength and refuge; Fill now my life, 0 Lord my God; Great is your faithfulness
Lesson: n Corinthians 9, w 6-15 (rsv)
Director of Music ISABEL SAVILE
Directed by PETER WINDOWS Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
The glossy Sunday magazine presented by Sarah Kennedy with reporter Nigel Farrell Today's edition includes
Private Lives: A visit to the home of Eve Pollard TV-AM journalist and Nick Lloyd , editor of The News of The World A Muse with the News: The week in verse by Roger Woddis A Year of My Own: The Rt Hon Tony Benn , MP relives 1961, the year he fought to denounce the title of Lord Stansgate.
Sunday Beef: Jancis Robinson , wine correspondent for The
Times, has views on the kitchen cabinet'.
High Noon: The Colour
Supplement issue of the week International Exchange: A live link-up with radio stations around the world.
The Tribes of Britain: Once more, Nigel Farrell mingles with a select section of society. Plus the week's guest who has the Right to Reply.
Producers PETER ESTALL. VIRGINIA HENRY and SIMON SHAW
Woddis On: page 69
with Gordon Clough
(Details: Wednesday 10.0 am)
The Long Sunset by R. C. SHERRIFF with Stephen Murray as Julian Pauline Letts as Serena and Julian Glover as Arthur THE ROMAN EMPIRE is crumbling; the occupation of Britain is at an end; the Legions are leaving; the surviving Romans are alone and unprotected. The play follows the fate of one such Roman family from their attempts to fight off the invading Saxons to their final conversion to Christianity.
Place: Somewhere in Southern England. Time: AD 410
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS
Marcus, a Roman tribune:
The do-it-yourself magazine from the Pebble Mill studio, where Marjorie Lofthouse talks to listeners about DIY and gets professional advice from
Tony Wilkins , executive editor Do-it-Yourself magazine Jack Widgery , colour consultant to ICI-Dulux
John Crawford , building contractor
Producers MICHAEL FORD and DAVID WELSBY BBC Birmingham
4.0 So You Want to be an Actor: Six programmes for the would-be actor with DEREK PARKER 3: A Question of Equity
4.30 Landscapes of the Night In the second of three programmes on dreams and dreaming, PETER EVANS introduces the scientific study of dreams and shows how they can be compared to the workings of the computer.
5.0 People's Theatre JOHN RUSSELL BROWN presents eight programmes on amateur drama in Britain in the 1980s. 5: Student Theatre
5.30 Seychelles Garden Presented by MOLLY PRICE-OWEN Producer SARAH ROWLANDS
(Details: Tuesday 8.30 pm)
The first of five programmes in which Tom Salmon makes a journey from the source to the mouth of the River Severn, Britain's longest river.
1: Plynlimon to Shrewsbury Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
0 HELPLINES: page 63
with DAVID HTTCHINSON
A further series of the urbane quiz, described as 'English beyond the dreams of Wodehouse - and utterly unintelligible', in which the resident London team of Irene Thomas and Eric Korn challenge six regional teams. This week: LONDON v IRELAND
Michael Dewar and Liam de Paor cope (intellectually) with such problems as the unfortunate diuretic effects of the bagpipes....
Chairmen Louis Allen and Gordon Clough
Researcher AUDREY ROBINS Producer ALASTAIR WILSON BBC Manchester
A series of three quite probable stories written and read by Leonard Barras
2: Nothing Like Flute Practice
Dramatised in six parts from his novel by TED WILLIS with and The full facts about the incident at Okefield Park and the strange events which followed may not be revealed for 30 years - when the Government archives are opened to public scrutiny. 1: The Fortune Teller
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD
(Repeated: Wednesday 12.27 pm) Stereo
(Details: Thursday 4.10 pm)
by DEREK WILSON
In July 1575 Robert Dudley , Earl of Leicester, entertained Queen Elizabeth I and her court for 18 days. This was
Dudley's final attempt to woo the Queen and no time, effort or expense was spared. No one was in any doubt as to the political undercurrent of the event, but in the meantime all enjoyed the last and greatest Tudor knees-up.
Recorded on location in Boughton Monchelsea Place, Kent.
OB engineers JULIAN WALTHER , ANDY LESLIE. SIMON WINCHESTER Technical presentation by ANTHONY CHERRY
Directed by MARGARET WINDHAM Stereo
Sir Piers Machyn/Capt Cox:
Lady of the Lake:
by EVELYN WAUGH , dramatised in 11 parts by BARRY CAMPBELL with and 9: 'I don't think I'm interested in victory now,' said Guy. 'Then you've no business to be a soldier.' 'Oh I want to stay in the war. I should like to do some fighting. But it doesn't seem to matter now who wins.' with PETER BALDWIN
CHRISTOPHER BENJAMIN. CAROLE BOYD
ALAN DUDLEY. NIGEL GRAHAM and HECTOR ROSS
Title music played by the BAND OF THE ROYAL CORPS OF TRANSPORT Director of Music
MAJOR WILLIAM ALLEN
Directed by JANE MORGAN Stereo
Cpl Maj Ludovic:
Sir Ralph Brompton:
John Wesley , founder of Methodism, rides again through the Calder Valley in West Yorkshire, as local preacher Richard Pater dons 18th-century dress, mounts the broad back of Hercules and visits some of the historic sites of Mr Wesley's day. In Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall, Todmorden and Halifax he meets schoolchildren, tourists and the Methodists who still thrive in the area; and he preaches from a pulpit Mr Wesley used.
(Repeated: Friday 11.0 am)
Bernard Price explores three ancient Sussex churches. 3: St Botolph's Church, Hardham
Directed by MICHAEL WALSH Producer SHIRLEY PENROSE BBC Bristol. Stereo
That's the reaction of Sir
Geraint Evans to really great singing. With Mark Elder , Harold Nash , Steve Race , John Steane , and Nina Walker , he joins Brian Gear in pursuit of those moments of perfection.
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol