6.27 Farming Today: ROBIN HICKS
6.45 Prayer for the Day REV PAUL BARBER
6.27 Farming Today: ROBIN HICKS
The world this morning introduced by John Timpson and Robert Robinson
Travel news, What's on. and Keep Fit with EILEEN FOWLER
6.55 Weather, programme news
7.0 News and more of Today including at 7.25 Sportsdesk; at 7.35* Today's Papers
7.45 Thought for the Day
7.50 Travel news
7.55 Weather, programme news
8.0 News and more of Today including at 8.25 Sportsdesk; at 8.35* Today's Papers
(Shortened version of Saturday's broadcast)
NEM p 68; Father, who on man dost shower (BBC HB 389); Psalm 148; Acts 17, v 24, to 18, v 4 (NEB); Let us, with a glad-some mind (BBC HB 461)
Prestige in a Peony by BETTY VANOVITCH
Read by Sheila Hancock
A cautionary tale for those who might consider planting plastic flowers in their garden. Producer DAVID SHUTE (from Birmingham)
In this last programme of Churchill's letters we leave him in the trenches on the Western Front, still thwarted of his major ambitions, still determined to fight on; by turns downcast and exuberant, self-pitying and defiant. with Clive Swift as Winston Churchill
Gabriel Woolf as Narrator
Audrey Russell looks at and listens to the Music Room of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton.
Presenter Joan Yorke Health and Welfare
Keep Your Hair On! JANICE DICKERSON looks at causes and cures of alopecia.
With other items and your letters in What's On Your Mind?
A radio happening with Jimmy Edwards , Ted Rav
Alfred Marks. Cyril Fletcher In the chair MCDONALD HOBLEY
Special guest Marjorie Proops From an idea by JIMMY EDWARDS Producer EDWARD TAYLOR
Weather, programme news
and voices and topics In and behind the headlines introduced by William Hardcastle
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two
No Two are the Same: a couple who are separated though they are happily married.
Spot of Bother: DR ROBERT ANDREW talks about acne and eczema.
A Black Outlook: young blacks describe their life in London. In a Summer Season by ELIZABETH TAYLOR abridged by JANET QUIGLEY Read by MONICA GREY
Story: Mark the Drummer Boy Goes to the Palace by DOROTHY EDWARDS
Paying-out Night by WILLIAM INGRAM
The life and times of a broadcaster-about-town Producer MICHELL RAPER
Little Big Man by THOMAS BERGER
Read by BOB SHERMAN 9: Little Bighorn
The news magazine: presented by William Hardcastle and PM's reporting team
5.50 Stock Market report
5.55 Weather, programme news
by P.G. Wodehouse, starring Michael Hordern as Jeeves and Richard Briers as Bertie Wooster with Jonathan Cecil as Bingo Little.
(Repeated: Friday, 1.30 pm)
Gerald Priestland presenting world news and views
A selection of listeners' letters continuing the discussion heard in last Friday's Any Questions? Introduced by DAVID JACOBS Producer ROY HAYWARD
(Repeated: Friday. 4.5 pm)
Write to Any Answers?, BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
The Red Orchestra by ERIC TWINAME
During World War II, Moscow controlled a spy network that operated in the Nazi-occupied countries and in the heart of Germany itself. Called by the Germans the Rote Kapelle or Red Orchestra, it was the most extensive and daring intelligence network of the war. Rene Cutforth as Narrator Laurence Payne as Franz Fortner
TIMOTHY BATESON JIGGY BHORE RICHARD CARRINGTON
JOHN FORREST , DAVID GOODERSON BRIAN HAINES , JOHN SAMSON Producer BRIAN MILLER (from Bristol)
The aim of European monetary union by 1980 now seems over-ambitious. The arrangement of an international monetary system, not vulnerable to continual and damaging speculation, seems more than national governments and the IMF can yet achieve.
Peter Oppenheimer, of Christ Church. Oxford, presents some views on the present confusion, and on the kind of order which might be brought out of it.
Contributors include Herbert Stein, chairman of President Nixon's Council of Economic Advisers.
Nick Ross reporting with voices and opinions from around the world
Two Lamps in Our Street
Read by RONALD HERDMAN (4)
A nightly review of the arts and science
People, ideas, events - opinion and discussion. Introduced tonight by Paul Vaughan
preceded by Weather
11.31 Market Trends