Music selected by Thelma Bailey and Michael Ford Stereo
6.45 Religion as a Universal Phenomenon
7.5 Navigating the Earth
7.25 Music interlude
7.10 LW Sunday Papers
7.15 LHfApna Hi Ghar Samajhiye : for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves Sister Winifred Wilson reviews and selects readings from Love Bade Me Welcome by ROBERT LLEWELYN
Presented by Trevor Barnes Producer DAVID COOMES
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the need for opportunities and rights for physically handicapped people to enable them to live on equal terms with the able-bodied.
Donations to: Lord Snowdon, PHAB (Physically Handicapped and Abie-Bodied), [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Sussex Street Baptist Church, Rhyl, led by the Pastor, THE REV KENNETH PAYNE Hymns: Jesus is king and I will extol him; Come, let us join our cheerful songs;
Rejoice, rejoice, Christ is in you; Led like a lamb; River wash over me.
Readings; Philippians 4, vv 4-7; Mark 15, vv 33-41
Conductor DR RHIANNON LLOYD Organist DR RAYMOND HARDWAY
Directed by PETER WINDOWS
Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST Agricultural story editor
ANTHONY PARKIN. BBC Birmingham
A systematic assembly of useless objects or a useful edition to the sum of human knowledge? Cliff Morgan discusses collecting with collectors.
Produced by VANESSA HARRISON for the Woman's Hour unit
One of the most popular and successful comedy shows Educating Archie starring Peter Brough and Archie Andrews
With BERNARD BRESSLAW , DICK EMERY , GLADYS MORGAN and WARREN MITCHELL
Script RONALD CHESNEY. RONALD WOLFE and MARTY FELDMAN Producer Jacques BROWN (First broadcast in 1959)
Which East-European country is famed for the longevity of its citizens, its yoghurt and its well-fed workers?
And at home, Derek Cooper discovers how healthy our own works canteens are. Producer JOHN FORSYTH
with Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
Les Cottington invites Geoffrey Smith
Daphne Ledward and Dr Stefan Buczacki to answer questions which listeners have sent in by post. (Questions on postcards to: BBC, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS2 9PX) BBC Manchester
Survival by DAVE SIMPSON
Tension builds among the men who work in a mill warehouse when their jobs are put under threat because the firm is seeking redundancies.
Then it becomes clear that the redundancies are not merely for economic reasons. Directed by KAY PATRICK BBC Manchester
Dorothy Russell lived through the most turbulent days of the Russian Revolution. She looks back on her childhood. Presenter Tim Richards
Producer ALISON PAYNE. BBC Wales
4.0 War and the Modern Writer The last of six programmes in which MICHAEL BARBER explores the work of writers who have expressed their experience of war. American Writers of the Second World War Series producer GORDON HUTCHINGS
4.30 Measuring Up (Details on Thursday at 11.0 pm)
5.0 From Coping to Confidence The first of six programmes about students with learning difficulties who are now moving on from special schools to colleges of further education. MAUREEN GALVIN talks about the forthcoming introduction of new teaching materials and interviews teachers, parents, and the students themselves. 1: Starting College Producer JOE REID. Stereo
5.30 Por aqul (Details on Friday at 11.30 pm)
Arthur Negus and Bernard Price discuss your questions with Hugh Scully in the last of the present series.
Producer ROY HAYWARD. BBC Bristol
(Details on Thursday at 9.30 am)
Brian Johnston visits the ancient town of Stamford in the south-west corner of Lincolnshire.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
with PETER DONALDSON
Colin Semper with your comments and complaints.
Presented by Hunter Davies (Details on Thursday at 4.10 pm)
by E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM dramatised for radio in five parts by BARRY CAMPBELL
Leopold von Ragastein 2: A Homecoming
The chance meeting of two former schoolfriends in German East Africa resulted in the death of one of them. The other returned to
England, calling himself Sir
Everard Dominey, determined to take up a powerful position in society as the country moved towards inevitable conflict with Germany....
Directed by BRIAN MILLER
BBC Bristol Stereo
Sir Everard Dominey:
Little Red Riding Hood's encounter with the wolf is a bedtime story we have all heard. But how much do we really know about the girl, and what actually happened during her forest adventure? Dr Ruth Glass of the Folklore Society looks at some of the different versions of this traditional and universal fairy tale and at some of its interpretations. With the help of among others: novelist Angela Carter , drama specialist David Male , folklorist Dr Bill Russell and Professor Jack Zipes , collector of all known versions of the story.
Readers ANNE ROSENFELD and CRAWFORD LOGAN
Producer JUDITH BUMPUS
What is a dongola and how do you race it? How many players take part in octopush? And have you dreamed of owning your own hovercraft and how expensive is its upkeep?
In the last programme of the series, Desmond Lynam discovers the answers to such questions, when he meets some of the enthusiasts participating in these unusual watersports.
Producer CAROUNE ELLIOT
by EÇA DE QUEIROZ
2: Into the Wrong Hands
(Details on Friday at 3.0 pm) Stereo
/ have gathered a posy of other men's flowers and nothing but the thread that binds them is my own (MONTAIGNE) Lt-Col 'Paddy' Blair Mayne , dso (three bars), was the most decorated soldier of the Second World War.
He was an international rugby player, an accomplished boxer and a trained solicitor. He is revered by the SAS, but his feats of daring were punctuated with exploits not so praiseworthy, and he remains a man surrounded by controversy. Why was he not given the VC and why was his life after the war turbulent, until his early death behind the wheel of his sports car? Roy Bradford talks to those who fought with him and those who shared his life. Producer MARTIN DILLON BBC Northern Ireland
The second of four talks by Wilfred De'Ath. Becoming a Catholic
Producer SHIRLEY PENROSE BBC Birmingham. Stereo
Presented by Rodney Foster Producer PETER ROBINS