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The world this morning introduced by Robert Robinson and John Timpson
6.50 Travel news, What s on. and Keep Fit with EILEEN FOWLER VHF: Regional news, weather
6.55 Weather, programme news
7.0 News and more of Today including at 7.25 Sportsdesk; at 7.40 Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50 Travel news
VIIF: Regional news, weather
7.55 Weather, programme news
8.0 News and more of Today including at 8.25 Sportsdesk with CRAWFORD WHITE on the Fourth Test in Kanpur; at 8.35* Today's Papers
Regional VHF: see Variations

Contributors

Introduced By:
Robert Robinson
Introduced By:
John Timpson
Unknown:
Eileen Fowler

9.30 Religious Service for Primary Schools
Something for God (ii) by R. E. T. LAMB
(Repeated: Thursday 9.5 am)
9.50 Interlude
9.55 The World of Work Unit 1: At Work
3: Who's in charge? written by JEFFREY SEGAL

Contributors

Unknown:
R. E. T. Lamb
Written By:
Jeffrey Segal

10.30 History in Focus
Urban Life in Britain 1832-50
3: The Failure of Laissez-Faire written by ZOE BAILEY
10.45 Intermediate German Professor Krautmann I written by CARL DUERING
11.0 Movement and Music I by PENNY WHITTAM
(Repeated: Thursday, 9.55 am)
11.20 Music Club presented by GARY TAYLOR
11.40 Religion and Life
'Computer versus Crucifix science fiction stories compiled and presented by CHRIS TOPHER PRICE. (VI Form series)

Contributors

Written By:
Zoe Bailey
Written By:
Carl Duering
Presented By:
Gary Taylor
Presented By:
Chris Topher

Presenter Derek Cooper Home and Family
So You Want to be an Air Hostess: LUCILLE HALL has some advice for anyone thinking of becoming a stewardess
With other items and your letters in What's On Your Mind? VHF South West: see Variations

Contributors

Presenter:
Derek Cooper

A panel game controlled (!) by Nicholas Parsons in which Kenneth Williams Clement Freud. Peter Jones Ainii Macdonald try to talk for just a minute on this and that
Devised by IAN MESSITER Producer DAVID HATCH
(Repeated: Thursday, 6.15 pm) (Aimi Macdonald is in The Mating Game ' at the Apollo Theatre, London)
12.55 Weather, programme news VHF : Regional news, weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicholas Parsons
Unknown:
Peter Jones
Unknown:
Ainii MacDonald
Unknown:
Ian Messiter
Producer:
David Hatch
Unknown:
Aimi MacDonald

2.0 World History
The Gunpowder Plot (1605) written by MARGARET J. MILLER
2.20 Geography. German Federal Republic: Foreign Labour by MALCOLM RUTHERFORD
2.40 Stories and Rhymes
The Mud Ponies: a North American Indian legend by LACE KENDALL

Contributors

Written By:
Margaret J. Miller
Unknown:
Malcolm Rutherford
Unknown:
Lace Kendall

by COMPTON MACKENZIE dramatised for radio in six parts by DENIS CONSTANDUROS 5: Search
Somehow Michael would have to find Lily again and save her from the prospect of dropping inevitably downward through the complex mesh of society: down, perhaps to the tawdry world of the hopefully promenading women with their big hats and bold eyes he had seen in the music-hall bar ...
With ALAN HAINES
Producer BRIAN MILLER (from Bristol: Sunday's broadcast)

Contributors

Unknown:
Compton MacKenzie
Unknown:
Denis Constanduros
Unknown:
Alan Haines
Producer:
Brian Miller
Narrator:
Manning Wilson
Stella:
Jane Knowles
Michael:
Julian Barnes
Mrs Fane:
Heather Chasen
Mrs Murdoch:
Olwen Griffiths
Alan:
Merlin Ward
Daisey:
Sheila Grant
Dolly:
Kate Blnchy
Barnes:
Alaric Cotter
Mrs Cleghorn:
Olwen Griffiths
Irish woman:
Kate Binchy

A panel game for four hands Leader of the pack and chairman is David Nixon who deals to June Whitflold
Patrick Moore , William Rushton Devised and shuffled by IAN MESSITER. Produced and cut by RICHARD WILLCOX

Contributors

Unknown:
David Nixon
Unknown:
Patrick Moore
Unknown:
William Rushton
Unknown:
Ian Messiter.
Unknown:
Richard Willcox

(Repeated: Wed, 1.30 pm)

Contributors

Written By:
Brian Hayles
Dan Archer:
Edgar Harrison
Doris Archer:
Gwen Berryman
Peggy Archer:
June Spencer
Lilian:
Elizabeth Marlowe
Ralph Bellamy:
Jack Holloway
Tony Archer:
Colin Skipp
Philip Archer:
Norman Painting
Jill Archer:
Patricia Greene
Christine:
Lesley Saweard
Laura Archer:
Gwenda Wilson
Tom Forrest:
Bob Arnold
Carol Tregorran:
Anne Cullen
John Tregorran:
Philip Morant
Woolley:
Philip Garston-Jones
Hazel:
Hilary Armstrong
Polly Perks:
Hilary Newcombe
Nora McAuley:
Julia Mark
Martha Woodford:
Mollie Harris
Joby Woodford:
George Woolley
Ken Pound:
Michael Collins
Armstrong:
Gordon Gardner
David Latimer:
Arnold Peters

Ring Robin Day to put your question in person to his Guest of the evening.
With an eye on topical interest the invitation is being left as near as possible to the date of the broadcast.
To promote a maximum flow of questions [number removed](16 lines) will take them front 6.0 pm Producer WALTER WALLICH

Contributors

Producer:
Walter Wallich

None of us here will ever have the chance to cry again. Others will be weeping for us. Rene Culforth and Edward Ward tell the story which ended 30 years ago this week with the surrender of the German Sixth Army at Stalingrad on the Volga.
It was a turning-point in the Second World War and the end of what, in terms of human suffering, was one of the most dreadful battles in the history of warfare. with STEPHEN MURRAY. HENRY STAMPER GABRIEL WOOLF. FRANK DUNCAN
SAM DASTOR , LEWIS STRINGER CAROL MARSH , DENIS MCCARTHY
GEOFFREY WINCOTT , JOHN BRYNING ALAN BARRY
Russian news bulletins and lines from The Lay of Prince Igor read by YURI LEVITAN , chief announcer. Soviet Radio Written and produced by ROBERT CRADOCK i Radio Times People: page 5)

Contributors

Unknown:
Rene Culforth
Unknown:
Stephen Murray.
Unknown:
Stamper Gabriel Woolf.
Unknown:
Frank Duncan
Unknown:
Sam Dastor
Unknown:
Lewis Stringer
Unknown:
Carol Marsh
Unknown:
Denis McCarthy
Unknown:
Geoffrey Wincott
Unknown:
John Bryning
Unknown:
Alan Barry
Read By:
Yuri Levitan
Produced By:
Robert Cradock

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