6.25 Shipping forecast long wave onlu
Presenters Brian Redhead and Wendy Jones
6 45' Prayer for the Dau With THE REV NOF.L BAITlt
7.0 9 Today's News Read by BRYAN martin
710 8 30 News headlines
7.3 0 ThouflM /or fthe Day
A jumble of anagrams written and presented by Richard Stilgoe featuring
DR GLORIA ETHICS ERIC D. CBOSTLAIR and osric thirdgale
8.57 Weather: travel
Plus Libby Purves with a birthday interview of the week and familiar and unfamiliar figures to enliven and enrich your Wednesday morning with live conversation and confrontations.
Producer IAN GARDIIOUSE
visits Wales, where members of the Barry Boys Parent-Teacher Association put their questions to
Professor Alan Gemmell and Clay Jones
Questlonmaster Ken Ford BBC Manchester
NEM, p 38; The Saviour dies (BBC HB 497);
Canticle 12; John 20, vv 19-29 (RSV); Ye choirs of new Jerusalem (BBC 118 116): long wave only
Written and read by Brian Glanville
Producer MITCH RAPER
followed by travel
with Richard Baker
Presenter Bill Breckon
by TED ALLBEl'RY (2)
12.55 Weather: travel; programme news
Presenter Peter Ruff with voices and topics in and behind the headlines
1.55 Shipping forecast long wave onlu
with Sue MacGregor including
Guest of the Week: the actor Hlywel Bennett. In Memoriam:
FRANCES DONNELLY turns the pages ot Queen Victoria's album of consolation. The Intruder by GILLIAN TINDALL abridged in 12 parts by ELJZAIIETII BRADBURY
Read by Amanda Murray (1) ' Jane finally decided that she ana her husband would never see eye-to-eye in September 1938: the fateful month of Munich It was a decision which was to lead to her - and her small son Mark - spending the war as fugitives in Vichy France.'
(Music: Alwyn's Fourth Symphony)
followed by travel
Daydream Believer by HARRY DUFFIN
Sue is a 16-year-old who lives in a dream world inhabited by such film stars as Clint Eastwood. She believes that this is the sort of man who will take her away from the inevitable marriage and kids that she sees as her only future. One day a real ' Clint ' turns up at the factory.
Directed by CAROLINE SMITH
A series of seven programmes in which the poet George MacBeth presents poems about animals. 1: Pets
Readers jrix balcon RONALD PICKUP
PETER WICKHAM Producer
on listening to music.
The second of two programmes compiled by MAVIS WALKER
Isabelle Bird has become acquainted with a strange, eccentric man known as Mountain Jim. He has kept his word and guided Isabelle up Long's Peck. the mountain which had attracted her from afar. Narrator RONALD herbman Voice SPENCER BANKS
Producer DAVID SPENSER
Z for Zachariah (2)
Presenters Susannah Simons and John Sergeant on VHF until 5.55
5.50 Shipping forecast long wave only
5.55 Weather; programme news
including Financial Report
Frank Muir and Alfred Marks skip through the comic literature of the subject, with recorded humour from
FRANKIE HOWERD , ROWAN ATKINSON , TOM LEHRER
KENNETH WILLIAMS , PADDY ROBERTS , BOB NEWHART No better physic for a melancholy man than change of air and variety of places.
Written by FRANK MUIR and SIMON BRETT
Producer PETE ATKIN
(Repeated: Fri 12.27 pm)
(Repeated: Thurs 1.40 pin)
In the last of four programmes Laurie Tayler , Professor o-f Sociology at York
University, nervously tries out some of the Jess usual ways in which people enjoy themselves.
This week: A Barn Dance Producer JENNY de YONG
(Repeated: Thurs 9.5 am)
At the time of his death in 1936 Sir Henry Wellcome 's collection of medical, anthropological and archaeological objects consisted of over one-and-a-half million items. Geoff Watts visits the Wellcome Museum of the History of Medicine which opened last December at the Science Museum in London, and examines how this extraordinary testimony to man's concern with his health was assembled.
Producer ALISON Richards
The second of six programmes in which Marian Foster presents the showcase for amateur choirs. This week:
Felling Mate Voice Choir conductor
KEN MURRAY (piano) and the Wirral Singers conductor DORIS pahkinson JACKIE MARTINDALE (pianO) Producer IAN CARSON BBC Bristol
Five miles east of Belfast, the 'village' of Dundonald Lies in the shadow of Stormont, the old Northern Ireland
Parliament; its immigrant population, many of whom are from the city centre have brought with them the diversity of belief and attitude that makes up loyalist Ulster.
In the second of two programmes reflecting 'ordinary' life in Northern Ireland,
Margaret Percy presents a portrait of Dundonald, the Protestant heartland. Producer SHARON BANOFF
includes Not in Front of an Audience, a parody of plays and musicals by the Not the Nine O'Clock
News team, at the Theatre Royal. Drury Lane; and a report on the National Student Film Festival at the National Film Theatre; where the judges include Derek Malcolm and David Puttnam.
Presenter Natalie Wheen Producer
John Morgan reporting
The Awakening (3) long wave onlu
(long wave only)
A nightly rendezvous
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude