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Prayer and Meditation
Led by The Rev. John G. Williams
Friday's 'Ten to Eight'
A weekly review of the agricultural scene.
A Christian angle on the news
BBC Correspondents throughout the world talk about the news, its background, and the people who make it.
Revised edition: Tuesday, 9.5 a.m.
from the BBC Sound Archives
Constance Spry (1886-1960): The arrangement of flowers
Introduced by Leslie Perowne
What the weeklies think, illustrated from their editorials, is reviewed by Geoffrey Howe.
by Sir Learie Constantine, Anthony Smith, Viscountess Tarbat.
In the chair, Cliff Michelmore
Introduced by Roy Hay featuring items of news, views, replies to listeners' queries, and topical advice to help the amateur gardener.
New Every Morning, page 102
O thou who earnest from above (BBC H.B. 362)
St. Luke 22, v. 66, to 23, v. 12
King of glory, King of peace (BBC H.B. 325)
Protection Against Disease by Frank T. Perkins, Ph.D.
Dr. Perkins is the head of the Medical Research Council division responsible for the safety and efficacy of all vaccines given to humans. Today he talks about the importance of immunisation, particularly in the first five years of life.
A series of four programmes.
Michael Ayrton and T. G. Rosenthal discuss the recorded views of some well-known sculptors including Henry Moore, Reg Butler, and Barbara Hepworth.
A World Service production
A series in which practising musicians discuss listeners' queries
Chairman, ALEC ROBERTSON
Produced by Peter Dodd
Fifteen programmes for listeners with some knowledge of French
Musset: Sur une morte
Les bottes de sept lieues-15 C'etait
Speakers, PAULETTE PRENEY
Louis BLONCOURT , PAUL COUSTER
Script by Odile Castro and Winifred Saunders
Produced by Elsie Ferguson
Last Thursday's broadcast (Study)
A visit to the Brighton and Hove Motor Club
Members put questions to:
Ernest McMillan, a leading Rally driver
Bill Boddy, Editor of Motor Sport
Pat Gregory of the R.A.C.
Chairman, Bill Hartley
Recorded at the Club Headquarters in Brighton
followed by the latest news of Roads and Traffic
Produced by Jim Pestridge
Motor with Bill Hartley : page 41
Listen at leisure to selected star items from the week's editions of radio's famous breakfast-time magazine.
Introduced by Jack de Manio
Written by Barry Took and Marty Feldman
starring Kenneth Horne with Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden, Bill Pertwee
Music by The Fraser Hayes Four, Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers
Announcer, Douglas Smith
Broadcast on April 2 (Light)
Roy Castle, comedian, discusses with Roy Plomley in a recorded programme devised by him the gramophone records he would take to a desert island.
(Roy Castle is in 'Big Bad Mouse' at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London)
by David Bartlett
with Clive Morton
'The Garden Village of England. A coveted title. It's a great pity that Miss Tuttle will miss seeing the fruits of her labour...'
A Saturday Supplement to Woman's Hour
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Gardener after one's own heart: B.A. Mason talks about Lanning Roper's The Sunday Times Gardening Book.
Could it have been avoided?: Elaine Goldman describes her troubles with a central heating installation, and Norman Tozer investigates.
Psychedelic?: Jane Probyn visits a discotheque in Soho.
I'm not lonely now: Peter Ross talks to May Brown and young people who have helped her
What sort of peace?: June Rose reports from Israel.
starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert, Harry H. Corbett as Harold
with Derek Nimmo and Michael McClain
Written by Alan Simpson and Ray Galton adapted for radio by Gale Pedrick
Broadcast on July 30 (Light)
A special edition of Gala Concert Hall from Huddersfield
MARGARET PRICE (soprano)
JOHN MITCHINSON (tenor)
NORMAN WELSBY (baritone)
BBC NORTHERN SINGERS
Chorus-Master, Stephen Wilkinson
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by BRIAN PRIESTMAN
Introduced by SANDRA CHALMERS
Produced by David Richardson and Gareth Walters
The programme includes music from Carmen (Bizet), Faust (Gounod), Semiramide (Rossini), Rigoletto (Verdi), and Der Rosenkavalier (Richard Strauss ).
Given before an invited audience in Huddersfield Town Hall on Sept. 9
by Terence Rattigan adapted for radio by Peter Watts
with Paul Daneman as Alexander the Great
The action of the play takes place in Greece and Persia during the fourth century B.C.
Repeated: Monday, 3.15 p.m.
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Brian Redhead discusses some topical matters and some less topical with Davida Higgin, educationist, Dr. Norman Hunt, Fellow and Lecturer In Politics, Exeter College, Oxford, Lewis Wright, Chairman of the T.U.C.
A meditation by Stanley Pritchard
B flat minor (L.296) B flat minor (L.300)
C sharp minor (L.260) Csharp minor (L.256)
B major (L.148) B major (L.446)
played by Alan Cuckston (harpsichord)
Second of five programmes
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