with Thelma Bailey and Michael Ford
BBC Birmingham. Stereo
Learning from Television and Radio
7.10 LW Sunday Papers
7.15 Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves The Rev John Miller reviews and selects readings from Prayer and the Pursuit of Happiness by richard HARRIES
Religion in the news
Presented by Clive Jacobs Producer STEPHEN LYNAS BBC Bristol
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about work being undertaken to establish urgent health programmes in geographically inaccessible areas of Nepal.
Donations: [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Colinton Parish Church, Edinburgh. conducted by THE VERY REV DR W. B. JOHNSTON Lessons: Jeremiah 7, w 1-11; John 2, w 12-22
Hymns (ch 3): Stand up, and bless the Lord; Praise ye the Lord; O God of our divided world (Cannock); All praise to thee (Sine Nomine)
Organist JAMES D. PATERSON BBC Scotland
Dr W. B.
Produced and directed by WILLIAM SMETHURST
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN BBC Birmingham
with Sue MacGregor
As the television licence debate gains momentum, Lord Annan, Tim Brinton mp, and the Chairman of the BBC
Stuart Young, are among the Weekend guests who discuss the future of public service broadcasting.
Producer SANDRA CHALMERS for the Woman's Hour unit
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Educating Archie starring Peter Brough and Archie Andrews With MAX BYGRAVES ,
HARRY SECOMBE , BERYL REID ,
HATTIE JACQUES , RONALD CHESNEY , PETER MADDEN and LARRY DAY BBC REVUE ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL With DENNIS WILSON , MICKEY GREEVE , JOE MUDDELL Script ERIC SYKES
Producer ROY SPEER
(First broadcast in 1952)
with Derek Cooper
Producer JOHN FORSYTH
with Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
visits Drayton Horticultural Association, Norfolk
(Details: Wednesday 10.0 am)
The Green Drum by ALLAN BERRIE
Arthur Negus and Bernard Price discuss your questions with Hugh Scully.
Producer ROY HAYWARD BBC Bristol
4.0 War and the Modem Writer Six programmes MICHAEL BARBER 4: Writers of the Second World War
4.30 Measuring Up (Details: Thursday 11.0 pm)
5.0 A vous la France! (Details: Wednesday 11.0 pm)
5.30 Por aqut (Details: Friday 11.30 pm)
(Details: Thursday 9.30 am)
from Reading in Berkshire, where Brian Johnston includes visits to its University, the BBC's Monitoring Station at Caversham, and the headquarters of a service called Dial-a-Bus.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
(Repeated: tomorrow 11.0 am)
with BRYAN MARTIN
In the manner of Lewis Carroll 's Alice, Richard Stanley disappears down a series of holes in the ground to investigate the subterranean world of tunnels, caverns and conduits that thread their way across the country, unseen beneath our feet. To Hell and Back
In the last of four programmes he invokes the aid of Nigel Pennick , chronicler of subterranean symbols, to delve deep into devilry, legends and lore.
Producer SIMON ELMES
Stereo Ibinaural. The full binaural effect can only be heard through stereo headphones
Presented by Hunter Davies (Details: Thursday 4.10 pm)
The last of seven stories by G. K. Chesterton, dramatised by John Scotney
Father Brown and Flambeau cross a Norfolk lake to meet an Italian with a dark history, and exchange dreams with an old adversary.
(Repeated: Wednesday 12.27 pm)
A portrait of Pierre-Auguste Renoir , one of the great
French Impressionist painters of late 19th-century Paris and its surrounding landscape - with its cafes, gardens, dance halls, and riverside parties.
Dr John House , co-organiser of the forthcoming Hayward
Gallery Exhibition, makes use of letters, diaries and memoirs to tell the story of Renoir's life, and to reflect on why this creator of a sunny, smiling world was so unhappy with his own time.
Also taking part:
CAROLE BOYD. DAVID BRADSHAW.
ARNOLD DIAMOND. DAVID GRAHAM.
NIGEL GRAHAM. WILLIAM HOPE .
NARISSA KNIGHTS .CRAWFORD LOGAN.
MARK STRAKER. MELINDA WALKER ' Producer JUDITH BUMPUS
(A major exhibition of paintings by Renoir opens at the Hayward
Gallery, London, on 30 January)
Snakes are only thick in the damp places. An Irish rush meadow like the one in front of Clogher cottage would be the very place for them. I enclose a bit of the black cockatoo tail feather, peculiar, I believe, to
Western Australia, untameable and nearly extinct.
An account of Ulster emigrant life in Australia at the turn of the century, based on the letters of James Hamilton
Twigg of Cookstown, County Tyrone.
Producer PAUL MULDOON
(First broadcast on BBC Radio Ulster)
This week Desmond Lynam takes a look at the more unusual ball games played around the country.
The Chelsea Peddlers take to their bikes for a bicycle polo match, and in Armagh City a game of bowls is played in the main street with traffic and pedestrians all around.
Will a goal be scored at the Eton Wall Game? The last time a goal could be recorded was on St Andrew 's Day, 1909! Producer CAROLINE ELUOT
An 18-part serialisation of JOHN MASTERS' saga of the Savage family spanning the years 1825-1946.
Book Four: Bhowani Junction The last of five parts dramatised by BARRY CAMPBELL
Victoria Jones and Rodney Savage try to resolve their relationship against a background of unrest in India.
With DAVID GARTH. DEV SAGOO.
GUY HOLDEN, TARIQ ALIBAI. LYNDAM GREGORY. BHASKER. MOTI MAKAN , TAPAN GHOSH and JOANNA WAKE Theme music by MALCOLM CLARKE of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Technical presentation
TIM STURGEON , DIANA BARKHAM and VANESSA ELLNER
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING (Repeated: Friday 3.0 pm) Stereo
Col Rodney Savage:
Maj Henry Dickson:
'The proper study of mankind,' wrote Alexander Pope , 'is Man'. So, very properly,
Jocelyn Ryder Smith has been studying some contemporary images of the senior simian. She hears views from a Buddhist couple, an Anglican bishop, a psychiatrist and a zoologist. Producer JULIAN HITCHCOCK BBC Birmingham
(Repeated: Wednesday 11.0 am)
In the last of three programmes Sue Talbot concludes her exploration of the pain of marriage breakdown and divorce, in the context of Christian faith.
Producer ROGER HUTCHlNGS BBC Manchester
Presented by Rodney Foster Producer PETER ROBINS