from The Divine Pity by FR GERALD VANN , OP
Reader SEAN BARRETT
7.55 Weather: programme news
from The Divine Pity by FR GERALD VANN , OP
Regional Variations (2)
VHF (also on 202m Ramsgate): see column 5
8.50 Programme news
9.5 Sunday Papers
by ALISTAIR COOKE
9.30-10.30 VHF Open University: see column 5
from St Pauls Church, Sketty, Swansea conducted by the Vicar,
REV CHANCELLOR GARFIELD JAMES Hymns (Church Hymnal Service Book): Immortal, invisible (St Denio): 0 Christ, our hope (Metzler's Redhead); King of glory (Gwalchmai) Lessons: Isaiah 35 St Matthew 5
Organist CLIFFORD H. TROTMAN Choirmaster JOHN M. DAVIES
Introduced by JIM PESTRIDGE
North across the North Sea: an easy way to the Continent
Totting-up - does it work?: by CHARLES BRANDETH Of the AA
Traffic Wardens: COLIN DRYDEN finds the facts
Produced by ARTHUR PHILLIPS together with topical news and at 11.43* the latest traffic report
A countrywide look at politics from outside Westminster
Presented from Birmingham by GEORGE SCOTT
Produced by DAVID SHUTE
To telephone your comments during the programme ring [number removed]
with Jacky Gillott who this week sees Hugh Leonard 's farce The Patrick Pearse Motel ; an exhibition of the Ceramic Art of China at the Victoria and Albert Museum: and visits Penshurst Place. Lord De Lisle home in Kent.
Produced by JOCELYN FERGUSON and MIRIAM RAPP
12.55 Weather: programmenews
leads off this 60-minute up-to-the-minute report presented by Nicholas Woolley
Editor HARRY BROWN
(Repeated: Tuesday. 4.0 pm)
The True Sir John by IAN RODGER
This, the last play in a trilogy by Ian Rodger concerning the nature of dissent in medieval England, is an account of the true character of Sir John Oldcastle who is thought to be the basis of Shakespeare's Sir John Falstaff.
No man so loose but he is tied with a luyne
(LYDGATE. LONDON LICKPENNY) with Joseph O'Conor
David Buck. John Hollis
Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN
Tony Soper and Margaret Howard introduce this weekly programme about pets and the people who are concerned with them.
(Letters to 'Pets and People' BBC, [address removed])
Extinction was a biological reality long before early man appeared. But since the advent of shot-gun man the extinction rate of animal species has trebled, and today technological man looks like bringing about his own extinction.
A discussion chaired by Jeffery Boswall and recorded at the International Union for the Conservation of Nature HQ by courtesy of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation. (From Bristol)
A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
Telephone Selling: TONY HASTRICK talks about the new career he has made for himself since losing his sight Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL
Produced by THENA HESHEL
FRANKLIN ENGELMANN recently visited Torpoint
(Extended version: Wed, 7.30)
5.55 Weather; programme news
A novel-sequence (1914-1968) arranged for radio in 29 parts 15: The Self-Defeated
Winter 1942. Lewis Eliot 's relationship with Margaret Davidson reaches an impasse. George Passant joins him in Whitehall. At Barford the atomic pile is ready to be tested.
(For cast see Tuesday, 3.0 pm)
with NORMAN CUDDEFORD
Cricket: four of today's John Player League matches
Racing from France: news of this afternoon's racing at Long-champ including the Prix de Malleret
6.56* Cricket'Scoreboard Produced by JOHN HASLAM
About people - what they believe and what they do
KATIE BOYLE appeals on behalf of The National Society for
Mentally Handicapped Children One in every hundred babies is born mentally handicapped. NSMHC is urgently in need of funds for their research into teaching aids and methods.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
Part 1 Schumann
Symphony No 4. in D minor
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAFAEL KUBELIK (gramophone record)
V. s. PRITCHETT distinguishes the two breeds and reflects on our reasons for disliking the sensation of being ' toured.'
Part 2 Mahler
Das Lied von der Erde
CHRISTA LUDWIG , (contralto) LUDOWIC SPIESS (tenor)
HORST LAUBENTAL (tenor)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
DONALD NICHOLL. who teaches history at the University of Keele. recently went to try out his self-taught Russian on holiday in Russia. He gives a group of thumbnail sketches of Russians whom he talked to. and some of the unexpected things he learned through them.
Produced by MICHAEL MASON
Patric Dickinson chooses the poet and storyteller as his companion.
' He knew that life is precious, that saving life at sea is a matter of skill, discipline and split seconds, and this gives to his poems their gravity. tautness, and compassion.' Reader RONALD PICKUP
Produced by HALLAM TENNYSON (Ronald Pickup is a National Theatre Player)
Jesus said: ' Feed my sheep '
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