Programme Index

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with Bob Danvers-Walker
First of a series in which travel writers recall people, places, and music associated with their journeys
Produced by Sheila Anderson

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Danvers-Walker
Produced By:
Sheila Anderson

Louis Wilkinson recalls Oscar Wilde. Baron Corvo, Thomas Hardy , Algernon Swinburne , and others of his acquaintance
From the BBC Sound Archives

Contributors

Unknown:
Louis Wilkinson
Unknown:
Oscar Wilde.
Unknown:
Thomas Hardy
Unknown:
Algernon Swinburne

Music Workshop II
Follow-up: a programme in which Music Workshop activities are practised and revised
Written and produced by William Murphy

11.0 Time and Tune
Introduced by John Camburn
Songs: Little Sister, dance with me; The Great Don Gato; The Cricket's Wedding
Written and produced by Douglas Coombes

11.20 Man
The pattern of life in a village in the southern half of India
1: In the Village by Margery Morris
Narrator, Barry Foster
Produced by David Lyttle

11.40 The Libyan Oilfields
by Gerald Blake
Geography series

Contributors

Produced By:
William Murphy
Introduced By:
John Camburn
Produced By:
Douglas Coombes
Narrator:
Margery Morris
Narrator:
Barry Foster
Produced By:
David Lyttle
Unknown:
Gerald Blake

A medical magazine introduced by JUNE ROSE and including:
Out-Patient Operations: JEAN GOODMAN reports on a new scheme in Birmingham
Specialist in the Studio: a cardiologist answers listeners' questions on heart disease
Produced by Thena Heshel

Contributors

Introduced By:
June Rose
Unknown:
Jean Goodman
Produced By:
Thena Heshel

A play in verse by R. C. Scriven , based on a Yorkshire folk tale
Living Language series
2.20 POETRY CORNER
They That Wash on Monday
Some poems and a song
2.30 MUSIC WORKSHOP I
Follow-up: a programme in which Music Workshop activities are practised and revised
Written and produced by William Murphy
2.40 LOOKING AHEAD
1: Adolescence-physical development
Introduced by MICHAEL SMEE
Produced by Rita Udall

Contributors

Unknown:
R. C. Scriven
Produced By:
William Murphy
Introduced By:
Michael Smee
Produced By:
Rita Udall

NANCY WISE talks to a remarkable woman who believes she has lived at least forty-five times before, and other people contribute their views and experiences to try to explain the feeling almost everyone has had-the feeling that I have been here before!
Produced by Nancy Wise

Contributors

Produced By:
Nancy Wise

Captain Candy by Betty Lambda with John Rye
Maureen Beck , Barbara Mitchell
Frank and Jane's working holiday on the French Riviera is interrupted by the descent of a larger-than-life cuckoo into the marital nest.
Produced by Archie Campbell
Wednesday's broadcast (Radio 2)

Contributors

Unknown:
Betty Lambda
Unknown:
John Rye
Unknown:
Maureen Beck
Unknown:
Barbara Mitchell
Produced By:
Archie Campbell

Leon Quartermaine 1876-1967
A tribute by Sir John Gielgud who introduces recordings made by Leon Quartermaine during his long association with the BBC
Produced by Denys Gueroult
Broadcast on April 10. 1968

Contributors

Unknown:
Leon Quartermaine
Unknown:
Sir John Gielgud
Unknown:
Leon Quartermaine
Produced By:
Denys Gueroult

A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:
My apprenticeship to politics: DR. ERIC WILLIAMS , Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, talks to Vibart Wills
From Post Office Tower to Empire State: NIGEL REES reports on the Daily Mail Transatlantic Air Race which begins on Sunday
' The flowers that bloom in the spring, tra-la ': ERIC MAPLE on flower lore
Rhubarb, rhubarb ... ZENA SKINNER suggests some ways of cooking it
Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ken Sykora
Unknown:
Dr. Eric Williams
Unknown:
Nigel Rees
Unknown:
Zena Skinner

The Bells of Blandon
A Victorian mystery by Aubrey Feist in eight parts with Ronald Lewis as Major Dighton Guest
Andree Melly as Lorely Tresco
7: Full circle
Lorely has long believed that the Bells of Blandon can call the wanderer home from afar; Guest has politely scoffed at such superstition. But now, while in London making some most particular enquiries, Guest learns from Lorely that they must return with speed -the Bells have called her!
Produced by DAVID GEARY
Andree Melly is in ' Mixed Doubles at the Comedy Theatre. London

Contributors

Unknown:
Aubrey Feist
Unknown:
Ronald Lewis
Unknown:
Andree Melly
Produced By:
David Geary
Produced By:
Andree Melly
Canon Garfield:
John Wyse
Mrs Rydon:
Grizelda Hervey
Lock-keeper:
John Bryning
Julia Pringle:
Elizabeth Cassie
Miss Tippet:
Hilda Kriseman

A serial in eight episodes by Francis Durbridge witli Peter Coke as Paul Temple Marjorie Westbury as Steve 3: Mr Carl Lathom
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
Broadcast on Mar. 4. 1968 (Radio 2j

Contributors

Unknown:
Francis Durbridge
Unknown:
Peter Coke
Unknown:
Paul Temple
Unknown:
Marjorie Westbury
Unknown:
Mr Carl Lathom
Produced By:
Martyn C. Webster
Inspector Crane:
Haydn Jones
Sir Graham:
James Thomason
Mrs Trevelyan:
Barbara Mitchell
Ricky:
Frank Henderson
A maid:
Ann Murray
Carl Lathom:
Simon Lack
Dr Kohima:
Rolf Lefebvre
Bowker, a waiter:
Ronald Herdman
Wilfred Davis:
Basil Jones

Steve Race introduces a radio portrait of the American composer
Richard Rodgers
Written by Rodney Greenberg Produced by David Allan
Broadcast on June 26. 1968

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Rodgers
Written By:
Rodney Greenberg
Produced By:
David Allan

Introduced by PAT WILLIAMS
Eric RHODE on Henry James at Home by H. Montgomery Hyde ALEX HAMILTON on Best Monte Stories and Robert Shaw 's new novel A Card from Morocco
ANTHONY SMITH on The Compleat Flea by Brendan Lehane
Produced by Jocelyn Ferguson
9.58 Weather forecast

Contributors

Introduced By:
Pat Williams
Introduced By:
Eric Rhode
Unknown:
Henry James
Unknown:
H. Montgomery Hyde
Unknown:
Alex Hamilton
Unknown:
Robert Shaw
Unknown:
Brendan Lehane
Produced By:
Jocelyn Ferguson

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