LF only from 6.45
6.45 An Advancement of Learning. 7.5 Music interlude.
7.25 Education Bulletin.
7.10 LF Sunday Papers
7.15 LF Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye : for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New
Leaves: Keith Ward reads from Immortality or Extinction? by PAUL AND LINDA BADHAM.
Presented by Clive Jacobs Producer DAVID COOMES
talks, for the Week's Good
Cause, about homeless young people in London's West End, and work being undertaken to rehabilitate them.
Donations: The Soho Project, [address removed]
9.10 Sunday Papers
by Alistair Cooke
Parish Communion ASB Rite A from St Mary's Parish
Church, Swanage, Dorset Celebrant and preacher THE REV DAVID K. CALLARD , Rector of Swanage
Hymns (A&MR): Christ is made the sure foundation (620); 0 for a thousand tongues (196); Praise my soul, the King of heaven (365) Lessons (NEB): Acts 4, w 8-12; Luke 8, vv 41-56
Communion Motet: Ave Verum Corpus (Elgar). Communion Setting: John Rutter
Organist and choirmaster
WILLIAM BROWN. BBC Bristol
Directed by PETER WINDOWS Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST Agricultural story editor
ANTHONY PARKIN. BBCBirmingham
The glossy new Sunday magazine presented by Sarah Kennedy and reporter Nigel Farrell. One hundred minutes to catch up on some of the serious issues of the past week - and to smile at some others. Today's edition includes: Private Lives:
Nicholas Parsons visits MP Cyril Smith at home in Rochdale with his brother, Norman, and mother, Eva.
A Year Of My Own: Jessica Mitford chooses 1937 -
Coronation Year and the year she ran away from home.
Right to Reply: The Rt Hon Francis Pym MP, former
Foreign Secretary and author of Politics By Consent, answers his critics.
Norman Painting , otherwise known as Phil Archer , beefs about people who talk 'posh'.
International Exchange: A live link between radio stations in New York at 7.0 am and Sydney at 10.0 pm with the first and last words on the week's news.
Plus Stop Press: Reports from around Britain with NIGEL FARRELL and MARTIN WAINWRIGHT with his version of the week's news.
PETER ESTALL. VIRGINIA HENRY. SIMON SHAW t FEATURE: page 3
with Gordon Clough
(Details: Wednesday 10.0 am)
Livingstone and Sechele by DAVID POWNALL
Livingstone made only one convert in Africa, Sechele,
Chief of the Crocodile People. Turning a pagan into a shaky sort of Christian forces the missionary to re-examine his own beliefs and prejudices.
Directed by ALFRED BRADLEY
BBC Manchester Stereo
Regional Variations (2)
4.0 Six Walks with Mike Harding Over the next six weeks mike Harding will be walking around various parts of Britain and each week he'll be joined by a guest walker. This week it's CHRISTOPHER SOMERVILLE. author of Walking Old Railways, and they'll be following a disused railway line from Sudbury to Long Melford in Suffolk which is now a footpath. Producer JUDE HOWELLS HELPLINES: page 71
4.30 The Sporting Life Prospect for Play In this final programme, DAVID ICKE chairs a discussion on some of the sporting issues raised during the series and considers the place of sport in our lives now and in the future. Producer FRANK WARWICK
5.0 Back on Course (Details: Friday 11.0 pm)
5.30 A Great Day Out.... in the Country
2: MOLLY PRICE.OWEN spends a day walking Hadrian's Wall.
(Details: Tuesday 8.30 pm)
(Details: Monday 11.0 am)
with DAVID HITCHINSON
Linda Mitchell investigates the role of Christianity in Butetown, Cardiff.
Producer DAVID PEET
Series editor JOHN NEWBURY BBC Wales
with Mary Whitehouse
dramatised in eight parts from his novel by ALLAN PRIOR
Barry Morse as Danny Watson Judy Franklin as Alison Bowers Peter Marinker as Joe Donaghy Harry Towb as Rossi
1: Mister Television and the Lady in the Cheongsam
Danny Watson , megastar of the American chat-show scene, suddenly clashes with his cool English guest Alison Bowers. But this is only a deceptively mild prelude to a terrifying sequence of events that drag both them and us into a greater confrontation that promises to destroy the whole fabric of society as we know it.
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON
(Repeated: Wednesday 12.27 pm) (Harry Towb is in 'Little Shop of Horrors' at the Comedy Theatre, London) Stereo
(Details: Thursday 4.10 pm)
The BBC's South-east Asia Correspondent Bob Jobbins takes the road to the Burmese city immortalised by Kipling and finds that the former royal capital is now a thriving commercial centre. On the way, he has a rare glimpse of some of the other glories of Burma's rich past, and of modern life in one of the world's most isolated countries.
The two 'Ladies of Llangollen' were rumoured to be suffragettes or spies or men dressed as women. Yet when Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby eloped in 1778, they only wanted to live together in retirement from the world. Elizabeth Mavor visits the home of the ladies to uncover the secrets of a unique relationship.
Written by JANE DAUNCEY Producer ADRIAN MOURBY BBC Wales
by EVELYN WAUGH dramatised in 11 parts by BARRY CAMPBELL with Hugh Dickson as Guy Crouchback
Norman Rodway as Apthorpe Carleton Hobbs as Mr Crouchback
Patrick Troughton as Brigadier Ritchie-Hook Jennifer Hilary as Virginia Troy
Hugh Burden as the Narrator 1: 'I sought to give a description of the Second World War as it was seen and experienced by a single uncharacteristic Englishman, and to show its effect on him.' with PETER BALDWIN.
ALAN DUDLEY. BRIAN HAINES.
CAROLE BOYD. BETTY HUNTLEYWRICHT and ELIZABETH MORGAN
Waugh's particular mixture of irony and farce is caught exactly.... (THE GUARDIAN) Title music played by the BAND OF THE ROYAL CORPS OF TRANSPORT Director of Music
MAJOR WILLIAM ALLEN
Directed by JANE MORGAN Stereo
Why do people move from one religious commitment to another? Bernard Jackson talks with a Greek Orthodox pop singer who has become a Muslim; an architect who, with his family, has become a devout Hindu; an occupational therapist who has taken vows as a Buddhist nun, and a Christian who undertook the full yoke of the Jewish law on marriage.
Producer DAVID CRAIG
The late Office of Compline sung by a section of the BBC SINGERS.
with John Harrison Producer PETER ROBINS