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: News Briefing

: * Prelude

Music selected by Thelma Bailey and Michael Ford. BBC Birmingham. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Thelma Bailey
Unknown: Michael Ford.

: Morning Has Broken

LW only from 6.45

: Open University

6.45 The Sociology of Religion
7.5 The Kizaemon Oido Teabowl
7.25 Music interlude

Contributors

Unknown: Kizaemon Oido Teabowl

: News

7.10 LW Sunday Papers
7.15 LW Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye : for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.45 Bells
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves Bernard Jackson reviews and selects readings from The Case for Reincarnation by JOE FISHER

Contributors

Unknown: Ghar Samajhiye
Unknown: Bernard Jackson
Unknown: Joe Fisher

: News

8.10 Sunday Papers

: Sunday

Presented by Clive Jacobs Producer STEPHEN LYNAS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Presented By: Clive Jacobs
Producer: Stephen Lynas

: Clare Francis

talks, for the Week's Good Cause, of the need to help tribal peoples exercise their rights to survival and self-determination.
Donations: Survival International,
[address removed]

: News

9.10 Sunday Papers

: Letter from America

by Alistair Cooke

Contributors

Unknown: Alistair Cooke

: Morning Service

for the first Sunday in Lent from St Finnian's Parish
Church, Cregagh, Belfast, on the Lenten theme: The Living God 1: Who is God?
Service conducted by THE REV NOEL BATTYE
Assisted by THE REV IAN JONAS Readings: Acts 17, w 22-30; John 17, vv 20-26 Hymns (ICH):
Immortal, invisible (344); Jesu, thou joy of loving hearts (229);
God is love (341); 0 thou, in all thy might (338)
Introit: Let all mortal flesh
(231); Anthem: Lead me, Lord (Wesley); Gloria in Excelsis (John Marsh )
Organist SAMUEL LOWN
Choirmaster JAMES DRENNAN BBC Northern Ireland

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Battye
Unknown: Ian Jonas
Organist: John Marsh
Organist: Samuel Lown

: The Archers

Omnibus edition
Directed by PETER WINDOWS Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Directed By: Peter Windows
Producer: William Smethurst
Editor: Anthony Parkin

: Weekend

in which Cliff Morgan invites four of a kind to discuss a subject in common.
Producer VANESSA HARRISON for the Woman's Hour unit

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Morgan
Producer: Vanessa Harrison

: Smash of the Day

In All Directions
Some further diversions with Peter Ustinov , Peter Jones and the Aeolian Players Producer PAT DIXON
(First broadcast in 1955)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Ustinov
Unknown: Peter Jones
Producer: Pat Dixon

: The Food Programme

They've sold us cars, computers and video games, but what do the Japanese offer the everyday eater? And can we give them anything back? Derek Cooper hosts today's Oriental edition.
Producer JOHN FORSYTH

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Cooper
Producer: John Forsyth

: The World This Weekend: News

with Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Clough
Editor: Derek Lewis

: Gardeners' Question Time

Members of the Keyworth and District Gardening Association (Details: see Wednesday at 10.0 am)

: The Afternoon Play

The Other Other Woman by AILEEN LA TOURETTE with Diana Quick as Harriet and Michael Graham Cox as Richard When you're hurt, the temptation is to crawl into a private hole and to let the wounds fester. But Harriet's friends insist on her opening up and letting the wounds bleed. Directed by JANE MORGAN
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Diana Quick
Unknown: Michael Graham Cox
Unknown: Richard When
Directed By: Jane Morgan

: Through My Window

Lord Denning takes a few minutes break to consider the view from his home in Hampshire.
BBC Bristol

: Origins

Wine for the Barbarians
'The Gaulls are exceedingly fond of wine and sate themselves; their desire makes them drink it greedily and when they become drunk they fall down into a stupor or into a maniacal disposition.' In a series of four programmes Malcolm Billings and Barry Cunliffe trace the route of the Roman wine trade from the villa estates of Tuscany to an Iron Age settlement on the Dorset coast. 2: Provence
Reader HUGH DICKSON
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Malcolm Billings
Unknown: Barry Cunliffe
Reader: Hugh Dickson
Producer: John Knight.

: Study on 4

4.0 Prefaces to Shakespeare Six programmes in which actors and actresses talk about Shakespeare's plays.
2: EMRYS JAMES on King John
4.30 View at the Top NICHOLAS KOCHAN talks to leading figures in British business and industry. ROGER FOSTER Of ACT, which has recently launched the Apricot range of computers.
5.0 From Coping to Confidence Six programmes about students with learning difficulties. MAUREEN GALVIN provides a context for new teaching materials.
3: Work Experience. Stereo (Resource pack for lecturers in further education from: [address removed]
5.30 Por aqul (Details on Friday at 11.30 pm)

Contributors

Talks: Nicholas Kochan
Unknown: Maureen Galvin

: The Living World

A magazine edition with news of what's happening to wildlife and the countryside.
Introduced by Peter France Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter France
Producer: John Harrison

: News

: Down Your Way

Brian Johnston is in north-east Essex to visit Braintree, an old market town that's seen a great deal of development and expansion in recent years. Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Johnston
Producer: Anthony Smith

: News

With LAURIE MACMILLAN

Contributors

Unknown: Laurie MacMillan

: Feedback

: Bookshelf

Presented by Hunter Davies (Details: see Thursday at 4.10 pm)

Contributors

Presented By: Hunter Davies

: The Great Impersonation

by E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM dramatised for radio in five parts by BARRY CAMPBELL
Leopold von Ragastein 4: The Messenger
The supposed
Sir Everard Dominey was drawn into the tragedy of his 'wife's' derangement and worked for her recovery. But, as von Ragastein, he found himself summoned to the presence of the Kaiser, who instructed him to marry Princess
Eiderstrom, to placate the Hungarian nobility....
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: E. Phillips Oppenheim
Unknown: Barry Campbell
Unknown: Leopold von Ragastein
Unknown: Sir Everard Dominey
Directed By: Brian Miller
as Sir Everard Dominey/with: David Robb
Lady Dominey: Melinda Walker
Nurse/Duchess: Anne Jameson
Parkins/Pelham: Howard Hoffman
Dr Harrison: Garard Green
Heggs/Ludwig Miller: Mark Straker
Middleton: Paul Nicholson
Prince Terniloff: Tim Meats
Seaman: William Hope
Princess Eiderstrom: Narissa Knights

: Words, Words, Words

A personal choice presented by Ian McKellen
The first of four programmes includes poems by John Masefield , D. H. Lawrence and schoolchildren; extracts from the autobiographies of Noel Coward and Neville Cardus ; and letters from
Charles Dickens and Mrs T. S. Eliot. Directed by IAN COTTERELL (First broadcast on Radio 3) Stereo

Contributors

Presented By: Ian McKellen
Unknown: John Masefield
Unknown: D. H. Lawrence
Unknown: Noel Coward
Unknown: Neville Cardus
Unknown: Charles Dickens
Unknown: Mrs T. S. Eliot.
Directed By: Ian Cotterell

: A Voice Crying in the Wilderness

The first in a series of six
Lent talks in which speakers look at how the writings of the Biblical prophets have influenced their understanding of Christian discipleship. 1: Micah
Speaker Mgr Bruce Kent Stereo

: Law in Action

: Central American Journey

Hugh O'Shaughnessy continues his journey through the politically violent and internationally sensitive countries of Central America.
2: Guatemala
Its present plight is epitomised in the picturesque market town of Chichicastenango, once a thriving tourist centre. Today, the 'hidden' war in Guatemala has driven away visitors and brought great suffering to the indigenous population.
Producer MICK WEBB
(For booklist, send sae to: [address removed])

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh O'Shaughnessy
Producer: Mick Webb

: Cousin Bazilio

by ECA DE QUEIROZ 4: Suspicions
(Details: see Friday at 3.0 pm) Stereo

: News

: Missionary in Peking

with June Barrie as Ethel Wilding
'God bless you and help you in all ways. "They that put their trust in the Lord shall be even as Mount Sion, which may not be removed, but standeth fast for ever".'
Ethel Wilding sailed for China towards the end of 1926. Her subsequent letters to her friend in England,
Lois Clayton , tell the story of five years of mission work in and around Peking and provide a self-portrait of a remarkable Englishwoman enduring the hardships of her calling with unfailing cheerfulness and courage.
Narrator Michael Tudor Barnes Compiled by PETER MAGUIRE Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
•HEAR THIS! page 15

Contributors

Unknown: June Barrie
Unknown: Ethel Wilding
Unknown: Ethel Wilding
Unknown: Lois Clayton
Narrator: Michael Tudor Barnes
Unknown: Peter Maguire
Producer: Alan Haydock

: The Savage Pilgrimage

The last of four talks on the road to Roman Catholicism by Wilfred De'Ath.
Beyond Catholicism
BBC Birmingham. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Wilfred De'Ath.

: Inside Parliament

Presented by John Harrison Producer PETER ROBINS

Contributors

Presented By: John Harrison
Producer: Peter Robins

: * am News

followed by an interlude








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