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: News Briefing

: * Prelude

Music selected by Michael Ford BBC Birmingham. Stereo

: Morning Has Broken

A sequence of hymns presented by David Hitchinson Wonlyfrom 6.45

Contributors

Presented By: David Hitchinson

: Open University

6.45 Justice and Power in King Lear
7.5 Science: Metabolic Pathways
7.25 Cancer Research: Which Way?

: 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 Teresa McLean reviews and selects readings from Still Life by A. S. BYATT

Contributors

Unknown: Ghar Samajhiye
Unknown: Teresa McLean
Unknown: A. S. Byatt

: News

8.10 Sunday Papers

: Sunday

Presented by Clive Jacobs Reporter Trevor Barnes Producer DAVID COOMES

Contributors

Presented By: Clive Jacobs
Reporter: Trevor Barnes
Producer: David Coomes

: John Timpson

talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about a distressing and as yet incurable disease, Crohn's in childhood.
Donations or enquiries to: Crohn in Childhood Research Appeal (CICRA), [address removed]

: News

9.10 Sunday Papers

: Letter from America

byAlistairCooke

: Morning Service

from Newcastle Presbyterian Church, County Down conducted by THE REV SMILEY FULLERTON
Organist and Choirmistress CHRISTINE IRVINE
Readings: Psalm 119, w 1-16;
Philippians 1, vv 9-11; 2, vv 1-11 Hymns (RCH): Rejoice, the Lord is King (135); Behold! the mountain of the Lord (365);
Soldiers of Christ! arise (534); Thine be the glory (CH3 279) Paraphrase 65 (Desert)

Contributors

Unknown: Christine Irvine

: The Archers

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

Contributors

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

: The Colour Supplement

The glossy Sunday magazine presented by Margo MacDonald One hundred minutes of diversion, entertainment and sometimes even information about issues and personalities in the public eye.
Today's edition includes:
High Noon: one of the week's topics discussed live in the studio.
The Morning After:
Nigel Farrell continues his anatomy of the Great British Saturday Night by reporting on how one group of people spent their time and their money last night. International Exchange: a link-up with other countries around the world.
Modern Manners: how not to commit embarrassing mistakes in unfamiliar situations from those intrepid observers of the unwritten rules of social interaction, Laurie Taylor and Vic Lewis Smith. A Year of My Own:
Donald Trelford chooses 1966 as a year specially important to him. It was the year England won the World Cup, the first unmanned craft landed on the moon and he returned from Africa to join The Observer.
Derek Jameson takes a personal look at the day's offerings from Fleet Street.
Plus Rory Bremner continuing an everyday story of broadcasting folk.
Producers IAN GARDHOUSE
VANESSA HARRISON , SIMON SHAW and MARK FIELDER

Contributors

Presented By: Margo MacDonald
Unknown: Nigel Farrell
Unknown: Laurie Taylor
Unknown: Vic Lewis Smith.
Unknown: Donald Trelford
Unknown: Derek Jameson
Unknown: Rory Bremner
Producers: Ian Gardhouse
Unknown: Vanessa Harrison
Unknown: Simon Shaw

: The World This Weekend: News

Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS

Contributors

Presented By: Gordon Clough
Editor: Derek Lewis

: Family Firm

1: Goring Hotel
In an age of impersonal glass and concrete, the Goring offers genteel comfort and, above all, its success enhances the value of the personal touch which a family firm can provide.
You are invited to step inside. Producer ANNE BROWN
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Producer: Anne Brown

: The Afternoon Play

I, Claudius by ROBERT GRAVES radio version by ERIC EWENS adapted by GLYN DEARMAN with Timothy West as Claudius and featuring Mary Morris as Livia.
A new production of Robert Graves's classic novel to celebrate the author's 90th birthday.
Stereo (Claudius the God can be heard tomorrow at 8.15pm)

Contributors

Adapted By: Glyn Dearman
Unknown: Timothy West
Unknown: Mary Morris

: Options

4.0 War and the Modem Writer MICHAEL BARBER explores the attitude of writers to the threats of the 1930s, from the rise of Hitler to the 'Phoney War'. Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS
4.30 Dealing with Drink A series of six programmes for anyone concerned with recognising and helping problem drinkers
2: Health, Work and Crime Few problem drinkers seek help before their difficulties become obvious to all. However, there are signs which can be picked up in the early stages when the chances of recovery are better. In this programme PETER EVANS examines ways in which health workers, employers, supervisors, probation officers and others can recognise early symptoms of a drink problem. Written and presented by PETER EVANS Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
5.0 Sports Coaching Six programmes for coaches of all sports
5: Planning and Practice make Perfect 'It is fine to be a great motivator and to know your sport. But if you're not a highly organised coach, you'll have chaos week after week, and people will stop coming.' This week DAVID ICKE looks at the planning of training routines and at controlling and organising group coaching sessions. Producer FRANK WARWICK
5.30 Back on Course In the third of six programmes about new directions in adult education, MARGARET KORVING visits people who are learning new trade skills in Aberdare (while retaining social security benefits under the 21-hour rule) and training for social service in Stevenage and nursery work in Camden Town. Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Barber
Producer: Gordon Hutchings
Unknown: Peter Evans
Presented By: Peter Evans
Producer: Christopher Stone
Unknown: David Icke
Producer: Frank Warwick
Unknown: Margaret Korving
Producer: Gordon Hutchings

: Heritage

In a series of six programmes Kenneth Hudson looks at the way we view history.
5: History in the Sewers
In 1750 Manchester was a place of no importance with a population of 5,000. During the next 100 years it grew to more than 350,000 with houses and factories jammed against one another. The consequent hazard to health was appalling. KENNETH HUDSON visits
Manchester and Brighton to learn how Victorian engineers dealt with such problems, and goes to Salisbury to see a museum which literally grew out of the sewers.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Hudson
Unknown: Kenneth Hudson
Producer: John Knight.

: The Living World

(Details on Thursday at 9.30am)

: News

: Down Your Way

Brian Johnston goes Inter-City.

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Johnston

: News

With PETER DONALDSON

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Donaldson

: Treasure Islands

5: Dominica - Snakes in Eden Joseph Hone goes into the mountains of this wild island, finding the last of the Carib tribe, a boiling lake and a valley of desolation....

Contributors

Unknown: Eden Joseph Hone

: A Good Read

Brian Gear invites Diana Athill and Hallam Tennyson to pick some paperbacks.
Producer PAMELA HOWE. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Diana Athill
Unknown: Hallam Tennyson
Producer: Pamela Howe.

: Lord Jim

by JOSEPH CONRAD (1)
(Details on Wed at 12.27pm) Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Conrad

: In the Psychiatrist's Chair

In the last of his current series Dr Anthony Clare 's subject is
Dame Cicely Saunders , pioneer of the hospice movement. She reflects on the major influences which have shaped her private and professional life. Researcher JENNY RIVAROLA Producer MICHAEL EMBER

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Anthony Clare
Unknown: Dame Cicely Saunders
Unknown: Jenny Rivarola
Producer: Michael Ember

: Law in Action

The last in the present series
Presented by Joshua Rozenberg

Contributors

Presented By: Joshua Rozenberg

: Don't Fuss

Sick and severely crippled nearly all his life.
Edward Burra ignored all attempts to fuss over him, promote his work or cultivate him as a 'personality'. For this reason, his watercolour painting describing a mischievous but disquieting world of bars, brothels, lorries with teeth and slightly sinister flowers is little known.
George Melly presents a portrait of this eccentric artist with a remarkable talent. With the voice of Burra himself and contributions from his sister, Lady Ann Richie , and Barbara Ker-Seymer William Chappell
Dr Geoffrey Dove and Bryan Robertson
Producer JUDITH BUMPUS
(Edward Burra opens at the Hayward Gallery, London, on 1 August) 0 HELPLINES: page 69

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Burra
Unknown: George Melly
Unknown: Lady Ann Richie
Unknown: Barbara Ker-Seymer
Unknown: William Chappell
Unknown: Dr Geoffrey Dove
Unknown: Bryan Robertson
Producer: Judith Bumpus
Unknown: Edward Burra

: Kidnapped and Catriona

by R. L. STEVENSON
7: The Lass with Grey Eyes
(Details on Friday at 3. 0pm) Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: R. L. Stevenson

: News

: Bonds, Not Shackles

The story of Dr Dinah Kohner (Details on Friday at 11.0 am)

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Dinah Kohner

: The Play's the Thing

In the last of four programmes
Frank Wright considers ways in which modern drama poses religious and moral questions. BBC Manchester. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Wright

: Inside Parliament

Presented by Rodney Foster Producer PETER ROBINS

Contributors

Presented By: Rodney Foster
Producer: Peter Robins

: * am News

followed by an interlude








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