Music selected by Michael Ford
BBC Birmingham. Stereo
A sequence of hymns
Presented by David Hitchinson
LW only from6.45
6.45 Confronting Suffering and Evil
7.5 Art and Environment
7.25 Music interlude
7.10 LW Sunday Papers
7.15 LW Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye : for Asians BBC Binningham
7.45 Bells on Sunday
All Saints, the Parish Church of St Paul's, Walden,
HM Queen Elizabeth The
Queen Mother was baptised.
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves John Harriott selects a handful of books for recommended holiday reading.
Presented by Clive Jacobs Reporter Trevor Bames Producer DAVID COOMES
talks, for the Week's Good
Cause, about the redevelopment appeal for the Imperial War Museum. donations to [address removed]
from Tobermory Parish Church, Isle of Mull conducted by THE REV ALAN T. TAYLOR
Praise: 0 sing a new song (Psalm 98); Awake my soul
(RCH 256); I'm not ashamed (507); Look upon us, blessed Lord (203); Take up thy cross (501) Readings (GNB): Genesis 12, vv 1-9; St John 10. w 22-42 Organist WALTER DICKSON BBC Scotland
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by WILLIAM SMETHURST BBC Birmingham
Presented by Margo MacDonald Today's edition includes:
A Year of My Own: Lord Murray chooses 1975, the year of the Social Contract, as one special for him.
The Morning After: Nigel FarreU is on parade after spending Saturday night at the old comrades' reunion to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the foundation of the Suffolk Regiment in Bury St Edmunds.
Sunday Lunch: Susan Marling makes a second attempt to join Victor Lownes and his wife Marilyn to take pot luck at 'Stocks' in Hertfordshire.
International Exchange: a link-up with other countries around the globe.
High Noon: one of the week's topics discussed live in the studio.
Derek Jameson takes a lively and informed look at the day's offerings from Fleet Street.
Plus Rory Bremner continues his everyday story of broadcasting folk.
Producers IAN GARDHOUSE SIMON SHAW.
VANESSA HARRISON and MARK FIELDER
Presented by Gordon dough Editor DEREK LEWIS
Brian Johnston visits Clarence House Stereo
H. G. Wells
'All his intelligence was in his eyes.'
A portrait of the writer with 'a short neck and a shorter temper' and a squeaky voice 'like a pencil on a slate' who shocked and fascinated his listeners and readers.
Reader Peter McGowan Producer PETER FOZZARD (R)
Claudius the God by ROBERT GRAVES radio version by ERIC EWENS adapted by GLYN DEARMAN with Timothy West as Claudius and featuring
Mel Martin as Messalina
A new production of Robert Graves's classic novel.
The last of six programmes
Who Needs History, Anyway?
How and why did things develop in the way they have? Who were the personalities of the past who have shaped our destiny? Is history a meaningless irrelevance, or is an understanding of our heritage necessary to modem life?
KENNETH HUDSON talks to people whose job it is to make us more aware of our past.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol
4.0 The First Cudat An experiment in urban planning consultation took place recently in the St Mary's district of Southampton. A Community/Urban Development Assistance Team went into the area for a weekend, listened to what the people had to say, and came up with proposals for its future development. COLIN AMERY reports. Producer MICHAEL LAWTON (R)
4.30 Dealing with Drink A series of six programmes 3: Assessing the Problem Peter has come to Marjorie, a counsellor, for help. She discovers that he is drinking heavily. To find out how serious his difficulties are and whether or not he needs specialised help, Marjorie decides to devote a whole interview to the next stage in helping a problem drinker - assessment. Presented by PETER EVANS Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE (R)
5.0 Sports Coaching The last of six programmes The Next Step DAVID ICKE reviews some key issues and leads a discussion on how new coaches can develop their coaching skills. Producer FRANK WARWICK
5.30 Back on Course This week MARGARET KORVING visits the Colchester Institute which offers courses in the restoration of motor vehicles, books and archives; meets adult students in Taunton studying graphics and textile design; and hears about a new course in guest-house management starting soon in Evesham. Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS
(Detailson Thursday at 9. 30 am)
Brian Johnston visits Bedford
6: Antigua and Barbuda: US$100 Arriving in Antigua, novelist Joseph Hone finds the ghost of Nelson in English Harbour and strange rumours on the neighbouring island of Barbuda ... (R)
(Details on Thursday at 4. 10pm)
by JOSEPH CONRAD (2)
See panel for deta Us
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A 'self-portrait' of Robert Graves , who recently celebrated his 90th birthday. Reader JOHN HARTLEY
Compiled from his letters and poems by SUE LIMB
Producer ED THOMASON (R)
The late evening Office of Compline sung by a section of the BBC SINGERS. Stereo
A reflection of rural life in Victorian England by Neil Philip
With music by GEORGE AND ISOBEL DEACON
The life of the English farmworker in the 19th century was ruled by poverty and hard work. Nevertheless it was a life lived in community with others, close to the land, in tradition.
1: The Lads that Can Keep Along the Plough
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol (R) Stereo