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Make Yourself at Home
For listeners from India and Pakistan
Sawat Aur Jawab
Can I Help You?
An Ki Pasand
Gramophone records and favourite music from India and Pakistan
Introduced by MAHENDRA KAUL
8.10 On VHF and Ramsgate THE EYE-WITNESS
Reports from Britain and overseas
Revised version: Monday, 9.20 a.m.

Contributors

Unknown:
Sawat Aur Jawab
Introduced By:
Mahendra Kaul

Kenneth Bowen (tenor)
St. Deiniol Singers
Colwyn Bay Girls Choir
Bethesda Ladies Choir
Llithfaen and District Choral Society
Penrhyn Male Voice Choir accompanied by Menna Leyshon, William Bacon and Ffrancon Thomas
Introduced by Dic Hughes
Arranged and conducted by James Williams

Contributors

Tenor:
Kenneth Bowen
Accompanist:
Menna Leyshon
Accompanist:
William Bacon
Accompanist:
Ffrancon Thomas
Introduced by:
Dic Hughes
Arranged and conducted by:
James Williams

from Guildford Methodist Church, Surrey
Conducted by the Minister, THE REV. DERRICK GREEVES assisted by THE REV. DR. COLIN ROBERTS
Readings:
1 John 4, vv. 7-12, and John 13. vv. 1-17 (N.E.B.)
Hymns <M.H.B.):
Object of my first desire (90): 1 am not worthy. holy Lord (758); Come. Holy Ghost. thine influence shed (767): Let us break bread together (American): Forth in thy name, 0 Lord, I go (590)
Organist, John Wilson

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. Derrick Greeves

A spontaneous discussion by LADY BARNETT
BAMBER GASCOIGNE
IAN BEER
Sir STANLEY RAYMOND
Travelling Question-Master , FREDDY GRISEWOOD
Last Friday's broadcast (Light)

Contributors

Unknown:
Lady Barnett
Unknown:
Bamber Gascoigne
Unknown:
Sir Stanley Raymond
Unknown:
Travelling Question-Master

The One O'Clock News leads off this sixty-minute up-to-the-minute report on the world around us
The latest news, the background to the news, and the people in the news
Presented by William Hardcastle
Programme Editor, ANDREW BOYLE
A World at One production

Contributors

Presented By:
William Hardcastle
Editor:
Andrew Boyle

visits Cerne Abbas , Dorset
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS and ALAN GEMMELL answer questions put to them by gardening enthusiasts at Cerne Abbas
Question-Master,
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN
Produced by Kenneth Ford

Contributors

Unknown:
Cerne Abbas
Unknown:
Bill Sowerbutts
Unknown:
Alan Gemmell
Question-Master:
Cerne Abbas
Produced By:
Kenneth Ford

There is a Happy Land from the novel by Keith Waterhouse adapted by KEVIN BILLINGTON
Music composed by NEVILLE McGRAH and played by BERNARD HERRMANN
Produced by ALFRED BRADLEY
Broadcast on February 6. 1961. in the North of England Home Service

Contributors

Novel By:
Keith Waterhouse
Adapted By:
Kevin Billington
Composed By:
Neville McGrah
Played By:
Bernard Herrmann
Produced By:
Alfred Bradley
Jackie Heseltine:
Davy Jones
Ted Patterson:
Steven Rosenfield
Uncle Mad:
Henry Livings
Auntie Betty:
Mary Quinn
Mrs Longbottom:
Rosalie Williams
Marion:
Sian Davies
Garno:
Walter Baddeley
Mono:
Michael Goodman
Big Rayner:
George Layton
Little Rayner:
Graham Atha
Ginger:
Robert Powell
Kathleen Fawcett:
Mildred Boardman
Barbara Monoghan:
Jennifer Moss
Peggo:
Nohman Heyes
Spenco:
Terry Dene
Akela:
Neville McGrah
Mrs Fawcett:
Norma Wilson
Mrs Patterson, Ted's mother:
Valerie Skardon
Spenco's mother:
Gladys Holt
Old Webby:
Brian Trueman
Old Croggy:
Geoffrey Banks

Is it old? Is it genuine? What is it?
Arthur Negus and Bernard Price discuss with Hugh Scully questions raised by listeners
From the South and West
Questions should be sent to 'Talking about Antiques,' [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Hugh Scully
Expert:
Arthur Negus
Expert:
Bernard Price
Producer:
Pamela Howe

A magazine of special interest to blind listeners
By the Blind and for the Blind: JOHN BROADLEY talks about the work of the Scottish Braille Press
All My Own Work: JOHN THOMAS describes to Pamela Hoare how he trained his own guide-dog Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKBALL
Produced by Thena Heshel

Contributors

Talks:
John Broadley
Unknown:
John Thomas
Unknown:
Pamela Hoare
Introduced By:
David Scott
Produced By:
Thena Heshel

Your questions about wildlife and the countryside answered by IAN HESLOP , ERIC HOBBIS , and ERNEST NEAL
Question-Master, VINCENT WAITE
Produced by John Sparks from the South and West
Send your questions on a postcard to: Country Parliament, BBC, Bristol. 8
Shortened version: Wed., 9.5 a.m.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Heslop
Unknown:
Eric Hobbis
Question-Master:
Ernest Neal
Question-Master:
Vincent Waite
Produced By:
John Sparks

FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited
Birtley, Co. Durham
Produced by Stephen Williams Repeated: Wednesday, 12.15
Haddingtun, East Lothian

Contributors

Unknown:
Franklin Engelmann
Produced By:
Stephen Williams

A discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting, and art
This week:
STUART HALL , EDWIN MULLINS MILTON SHULMAN JOHN WEIGHTMAN
In the chair, WALTER ALLEN
Produced by Carl Wildman

Contributors

Unknown:
Stuart Hall
Unknown:
Edwin Mullins
Unknown:
Milton Shulman
Unknown:
John Weightman
Unknown:
Walter Allen
Produced By:
Carl Wildman

by Ian Grimble
A radio portrait of the Scottish hero whose loyalty to the Stuarts cost him his life with PAUL KERMACK as Montrose and HENRY STAMPER , DUNCAN MCINTYRE Douglas CumminKS
Charles Hodgson , Harold Kasket Arthur Lawrence , Diana Olsson Geoffrey Wincott
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME
See page 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Grimble
Unknown:
Paul KermacK
Unknown:
Henry Stamper
Unknown:
Duncan McIntyre
Unknown:
Douglas Cumminks
Unknown:
Charles Hodgson
Unknown:
Harold Kasket
Unknown:
Arthur Lawrence
Unknown:
Diana Olsson
Unknown:
Geoffrey Wincott
Produced By:
Christopher Holme

Haverstock Housing Trust by KATHARINE WHITEHORN
Please send donations, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, to Katharine White horn, Haverstock Housing Trust, [address removed]
This Trust provides flatlet accommodation at economic rents for unsupported mothers and their children who are known to have endured hardship through housing shortages.

Contributors

Unknown:
Katharine Whitehorn
Horn:
Katharine White

The place of angels in contemporary life is the question discussed this Sunday evening by some of the characters of a local community which exists in the imagination of R. H. WARD
Produced by Adrian Carey

Contributors

Unknown:
R. H. Ward
Produced By:
Adrian Carey
Dr Jackley:
Duncan McLntyre
Mrs Jackley:
Betty Hardy
Miss Jackley:
Carol Marsh
Mr Thwaite:
Geoffrey Wincott
The Rev Mr WriKht:
Preston Lockwood
Mr Wenham:
Douglas Hankin

by W. M. Thackeray
A serial in twelve parts freely adapted by AUDREY LUCAS with Annabel Maule and Ronald Baddiley
Lady Jane obtained Rawdon's release from prison and he returned home to find Becky alone with Lord Steyne. whom he challenged to a duel. Next day Rawdon was appointed Governor of Coventry Island and went abroad alone leaving young Rawdon with Lady Jane.
PART 12 with voices of the past played by Ronald Baddiley , Eva Stuart
Kathleen Helme , George Merritt Peter Wilde , Sylvia Coleridge Joan Matheson , Jeffrey Segal
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
Broadcast on August 9. 1959
Repeated: Tuesday, 3.0 p.m.
Next Sunday: Part 1 of ' Orley Farm ' by Anthony Trollope

Contributors

Unknown:
W. M. Thackeray
Adapted By:
Audrey Lucas
Unknown:
Annabel Maule
Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Played By:
Ronald Baddiley
Played By:
Eva Stuart
Played By:
Kathleen Helme
Played By:
George Merritt
Played By:
Peter Wilde
Played By:
Sylvia Coleridge
Played By:
Joan Matheson
Played By:
Jeffrey Segal
Unknown:
Anthony Trollope
The Storyteller:
Simon Lack
Rebecca Sharp:
Annabel Maule
Amelia:
Beryl Calder
William Dobbin:
Jonathan Scott
Joseph Sedley:
Hugh Manning
Mr Osborne:
David March
Little George:
Danny Rambler
Lord Steyne:
Ricnard Williams
Fiche:
John Hollis
Sir Pitt Crawley:
John Bennett
Lady Jane:
Hilda Schroder
Major Loder:
Charles Hodgson
A butler:
Frank Partington

Labourers together with God
Ecclesiastes 1, vv. 2, 3
Proverbs 13. v. 11; 10. v. 6
Psalm 127 (Cathedral Psalter) St. Matthew 20. vv. 1-16
1 Corinthians 3. vv. 1-9
Come. labour on (BBC H.B. 388)
1 Corinthians 15. v. 58

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