A selection of music
BBC Birmingham. Stereo
A sequence of hymns
Presented by Charlotte Green
7.0 Science: The Climate
7.20 Dangerous Acquaintances
7.40 Arts: Women (1)
Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye Make Yourself at Home A programme for Asian listeners
Correspondence in English jryour own language should be sent to: Make Yourself at Home, BBC. Birmingham B5 7SA
7.45 LW Bells on Sunday Private rings at Stoulton and Exmouth
Turning Over New Leaves
Oliver McTernan reviews and selects readings from
A Universal Heart: The Life and Vision of Brother Roger of Tatze by KATHRYN SPINK
Religious news and views from home and abroad
Presented by Ted Harrison Producer STEPHEN LYNAS BBC Bristol
talks, for the Week's 's Good
Cause, about the importance of promoting the welfare of children in hospital, of maintaining a partnership between the parents and staff; and ensuring that sick children are nursed by specialist staff. Donations to:
National Associationfor the Welfare of Children in Hospital,
by Alistair Cooke
from Netherlee Parish Church, Glasgow led by THE REV DAVID ARNOTT
Hymns (cH3): Dear Lord and Father of mankind (76); 0 Lord. thou art my God and King (346); I feel the winds of God today (444); Ye servants of God (372) Readings (NEB): Colossians 1, v 4 to 2, v 5; Mark 14. vv 1-11 Organist WILLIAM LIDDELL BBC Scotland
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed by PETER WINDOWS Producer UZRIGBEY BBC Birmingham
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo
Suzi Quatro is an enormous success in her first acting role in the theatre, the lead in Annie Get Your Gun. In conversation with Michael Parkinson she talks about her upbringing in Detroit, where she played bongos in her father's band, her all-girl rock band, her great success in England as a leather-clad rocker with a string of hit records, and her acting ambitions. She also selects her eight records.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer DEREK DRESCHER. Stereo (Re-broadcast on Friday at 9.5 am) (Suzi Quatro is in 'Annie Get Your
Gun' at the Aldwych Theatre. London)
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
visits the Bridport and District Horticultural Society, Dorset (Details on Wednesday at 10.0am)
A series of six internationally renowned plays which, through simultaneous transmission by Radio 4 and the BBC World Service, can be shared by the largest English-speaking audience in the world 4:Six Characters in Search of an Authorby LUIGI PIRANDELLO translated from the Italian by JOHN LINSTRUM adapted by BARRY CAMPBELL withand
Six mysterious people interrupt the rehearsal of a stage play to announce they are six characters created by an author who has abandoned them. Will the theatre company listen to their story of anguish?
Directed by WALTER ACOSTA. Stereo A BBC World Service/Radio 4 production
4.0 The Education Roadshow An action guide for parents The third of six , programmes from around the country With PROFESSOR TED WRAGG. ERIC ROBSON and a team of education specialists. This week, the roadshow concentrates on the part parents can play in secondary-school education and comes from Parr's Wood High School in Manchester. How do parents help their teenage children decide which subjects to choose? What do they do if problems arise at school? What should they advise leave school or stay on? Technical presentation GERRY GLANCY Researcher MERILYN HARRIS Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE Editor CHRISTOPHER STONE (E) For free fact pack send sae (9 x 6; 28p stamp) to: [address removed]
5.30 Prefaces to Shakespeare Six programmes in which actors and actresses talk about Shakespeare's plays
5: Anna Calder - Marshall on 'The Winter's Tale' 'It's got an extreme hope in it, a centre of belief which opposes all the crazy, dangerous feelings ofLeontes.'WfE;
Africa of the Proconsuls
In a series of four programmes, Mark Hassall visits Tunisia to tell the story of the Roman colonisation of North Africa. 3:Grain and Olives
The Roman town of Dougga lies some 76 miles south-west of Tunis. Archaeological work there has helped to fill out the picture of economic and social life in the Roman Empire. Narrator Malcolm Billings Reader HUGH DICKSON
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol
Lionel Kelleway goes on the beat with the Police Wildlife Liaison Officer, while Fergus Keeling talks to Sue Ingle on her return from the Pacific Islands.
Brian Johnston visits
Chesterfield in Derbyshire (Details tomorrowat 11.0am LW)
With PETER DONALDSON
Sally Feldman. from the Woman's Hour team, brings you the highlights of the past week. Producer MARY HARDIMAN
by JOSEPH CONRAD
4: The Silence of the Golfo Placido
Stereo (Details on Friday at 3. 0 pm)
0 FEATURE: page 101
Brian Gear invites Christopher Matthew and Gillian Reynolds to pick some paperbacks.
Presented by Jeremy Siepmann 7: King of Kings....
Or 'the Romantics Rebuk'd', in which Toscanini advocates a passionate objectivity and raises the tantrum to the level of an art form.
Readers JOHN WESTBROOK
HUGH DICKSON and JILL BALCON Producer RAY ABBOTT. Stereo
Six walks up the west coast of Ireland with Mike Harding.
6: Mike reaches the end of his journey in County Donegal and climbs the Blue Stack Mountains.
Producers JUDE HOWELLS and JEREMY WEBB
At the age of 87, Elizabeth Poulton moved house - to an elderly people's home, run by her local authority. She and her daughter talk frankly about the move and their emotions. Presented by Marjorie Lofthouse Reporter
WILFRED EMMANUEL. JONES Producer ROY SAATCHI BBC Birmingham
A quarterly report on the world of employment
What impact has the abolition of the Greater Manchester Council had on jobs? What kinds of work will emerge as Manchester Docklands are redeveloped? And how can education and industry work together to be more competitive?
Brian Redhead reports on issues affecting the Manchester workforce and brings up-to-date news of what has been happening nationally over the past three months.
Consultant JOHN ATKINSON Researcher CLARE HASTINGS
Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE (E)
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 11. 0am LW)
A Prayer for the Kingdom of God
Rabbi Anthony Bayfield ,
Director of the Stemberg Centre for Judaism, explores the prayers of the Jewish people.
A series of ten programmes on the folk-song revival in England 4:No More Folk Songs
In 1922 Cecil Sharp died. Ralph Vaughan Williams , although still deeply involved in folk music, ceased his collecting activities. Many of the young men who would have replaced them had been killed in the First World War. The Folk Society struggled on, with most members holding the view that all the best folk songs had been collected.
With DOUGLAS KENNEDY.
BOB ARNOLD. URSULA VAUGHAN
WILLIAMS. BOB COPPER. SHIRLEY COLUNS and PETER KENNEDY Written and presented by Jim Lloyd
Producer GEOFFREY HEWITT BBC Birmingham. Stereo (R)
A correspondent's view of world events
Christopher SerpeU on Castro and the Cuban Revolution (First broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland)