6.22 Farming Today: DAVID ADDIS
6.40 Prayer for the Day REV JOHN CONGDON
6.22 Farming Today: DAVID ADDIS
The world this morning introduced by Robert Robinson and John Timpson
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 Satur. day's broadcast)
New Every Morning, p 13; Father, in whom we live (BBC HB 166); Psalm 103, vv 1-13; Luke 6, vv 6-16 (NEB); Sing praise to God (BBC HB 18)
Dead Lucky by RUTH BAINES Read by Ronald Harvi
1 Who knew when the pit might claim the man and nothing to show for it all if you hung about and wasted time.' Producer HERBERT SMITH
Presenting a New Face
The plastic surgeon is often thought to be concerned only with cosmetics.'
But there are more important developments: children with hare lips or cleft palates able to talk naturally; lost thumbs or fingers replaced by skin grafts; new jaws and faces for disfigured cancer patients - a whole world of remedial surgery made possible by skilful surgeons who need more than 12 years to train.
Compiled and narrated by Tony Van din Bergh
Producer ALAN BURGESS
Presenter Jeanine McMullen Health and Welfare
Enjoying Ill-Health?: BILL BRECKON discovers the merits of ' cottage hospitals.'
With other items and your letters in What's On Your Mind?
Weather, programme news
and voices and topics in and behind the headlines introduced by William Hardcastle
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two
Answer and Comment.
Who's for Law and Order?: MOLLY WEIR reflects upon an incident on a train.
One Day in the Life of JEAN ROOK: CLIVE JACOBS , with microphone in tow, follows the fashion editor of the Daily Express from home to office. BARBARA MITCHELL reads The Marigold Field (9)
Story: Johnny's Scarecrow by MARION GREEN
Presenters this week
AURIOL SMITH and GARY TAYLOR Scripts by ANNE HAWES Producer MARY HAYDON
by Charles Dennis
The life and times of a broadcaster-a bout-town Producer MICHELL RAPER
Do Butlers Burgle Banks? by P. G. WODEHOUSE
Read by NIGEL LAMBERT (4)
The news magazine: presented by William Hardcastle and PM's reporting team
5.50 Stock Market report
5.55 Weather, programme news
(Repeated: Friday, 1.30 pm)
Introduced by DAVID JACOBS Producer ROY HAYWARD
On the 20th of July the whole navy of the Englishmen made out and purposed to set on the Frenchmen. But in the setting forward, through much folly, one of the King's ships, called the Mary Rose , was drowned in the midst of the haven ... In her were Sir George Carew , Knight, and 400 soldiers.
For nearly 430 years the Mary Rose has lain at the bottom of the sea, off Spithead, in an almost perfect state of preservation. Ten years ago Alexander McKee began his search for the ship and now he hopes she can be weighed up and saved.
Victor Lucas tells the fascinating and tragic story of Henry VIII 's Mary Rose.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT
Five ft deep - and sinking: p 2
What Is to be done?
In periods of national crisis there are always more questions than answers. The question in the title was originally posed by Lenin; this first programme in the new series of Analysis applies it to our current ills in Britain.
A year after joining the Common Market our conflicts with our partners in Europe are almost as sharp as those which divide us on industrial and social issues at home.
Are there political solutions to our economic problems? Have we done too little or attempted too much? How relevant are appeals for national unity? What elements of consensus exist about the sort of society we wish to live in? Presented by Ian Mclntyre Producer ANTHONY RENDELL
John Tusa reporting
Introduced by Peter France Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
The Virgin and the Gipsy
Read by ELIZABETH SELLARS (4)
News Headlines followed by Radio 4's International Business Report; Market Trends
preceded by Weather