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MIDWEEK THEATRE

Maugham
The Storyteller
Carleton Hobbs
Richard Hurndall and Gwen Watford in The Treasure
A short story by W. Somerset Maugham
Adapted for radio by LIANE AUKIN
Somerset Maugham CARLETON HOBBS
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS
BBC Radio 2

MIDWEEK THEATRE

Richard Hurndall in The Glass Wall a play for radio by Rosemary Timperley
John Farnham , a successful businessman, throws himself off the top of a high building-his fall is broken by another man, who is killed. Why did John Farnham try to commit suicide?
Produced by AUDREY CAMERON
Broadcast In June. 1964
Repeated: Thurs... 3.30 p.m. (R4)
BBC Radio 2

MORNING STORY

The Dangerous Island by NINA EPTON
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Foreign Line: a view from a BBC Correspondent overseas Showpiece: NORMAN TOZER talks to theatre directors about the traditional 'evening out'
When the Thorndike Theatre opened recently at Leather-head it welcomed its audiences with a restaurant where food and drink is served all day, and where, as well as the regular repertoire of plays, there will be occasional exhibitions, concerts, and film shows. The 'concert' of complete theatre is discussed today, when Norman Tozer talks to some directors who firmly believe in it. They are Sir Bernard Miles at the Mermaid Theatre. Hazel Vincent Wallace at the Thorndike, Robin Pemberton-Billing at the Octagon in Bolton, and Tony Church at the Northcott in Exeter
Ground cover plants: ROY HAY
Reading your letters
'Johnny, my diabetic son': PAT BENNETT
RICHARD HURNDALL reads Fathers and Sons by TURGENEV
Fourth of twelve instalments
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
5 November - fun or tragedy?: GORDON SNELL reports
The glow of gas light: a tenement memory from MOLLY WEIR Finding happiness: ERIKKA NICOL talks to DOREEN FORSYTH
Cookery Club: tips on cake-making. KATIE STEWART and PATRICIA DUNBAR with MOLLIE LEE
Fathers and Sons by TURGENEV abridged by JANET QUIGLEY read by RICHARD HURNDALL Last instalment
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Guest of the Week: General Erik Wickberg , newly appointed International leader of the Salvation Army Tonight some 10,000 homeless men and women in Britain will be sleeping in Salvation Army hostels. But providing a roof and a meal is only a small part of the Army's activities: its social work includes children's homes and the care of the elderly: work among drug-takers and alcoholics; and a bureau which specialises in searching for missing persons
Trouble in Store: thoughts on shopping from MARGARET POWELL
Reading your letters
Positive Health - Eyes: PAUL VAUGHAN
RICHARD HURNDALL reads Fathers and Sons by TURGENEV
Tenth of twelve instalments
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Tidying up the greenhouse: BA MASON
Faces from the past:
LYN MACDONALD and GEOFFREY BIBBY at Aarhus, Denmark Pigs is equal: H. WHITELOCK Reading your letters
Talking Point: JILL BALCON and PATRIC DICKINSON
RICHARD HURNDALL reads Fathers and Sons by TURGENEV
Third of twelve instalments
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Guest of the Week: Janet Baker
Where frankness is all: JANE GREGOR
Paths and paving: JOHN GREENSLADE
Points from the Postbag: MARGARET WINGFIELD and DR MICHAEL WINSTANLEY , MP
RICHARD HURNDALL reads Fathers and Sons by TURGENEV
Fifth of twelve instalments
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by JUDITH CHALMERS From Rochester to Westminster by wheelchair: HONOR WYATT reports
Answer and comment
Reading your letters
Books and Writers: SALLY HOLLOWAY talks to IONA and PETER opie , authors of Children's Games in Street and Play-ground; OLGA FRANKLIN reviews new books; No Hero I Confess: MARGARET MEDLICOTT and ' MISS READ '
RICHARD HURNDALL reads Fathers and Sons by TURGENEV
Eighth of twelve instalments
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by Marjorie Anderson.
Out of the News.
Using a dressmaker's dummy: Jennifer Stuart
Adopting a baby: a personal View. Jo Genn talks to Angela Pain.
Blind folk singer: Reg Cooper talks to St John Howell.
Reading your letters.
Fathers and Sons by Turgenev abridged by Janet Quigley read by Richard Hurndall.
First of twelve instalments.
Margaret Powell, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Flora Thompson, and now Ivan Turgenev. These are just some of the authors whose works have recently been abridged and serialised for Woman's Hour, and they illustrate well the breadth of literary taste which Woman's Hour listeners have grown to expect. Turgenev's Fathers and Sons, starting today, reflects the intellectual and social upheavals of 19th-century Russia. It is a story of the clash between generations, a problem which has as much relevance in the present day as ever it did for Turgenev's contemporaries.
BBC Radio 2

MORNING STORY

Bad Boy Gone Right by PAULA DIMMOCK
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
BBC Radio 2

MORNING STORY

A Home from the Home by PAULA DIMMOCK
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Watchdog: for those who receive goods and services
When your husband has a dream: LESLIE DUNKLlNG
Fostering and adopting: MR and MRS BALDERSTONE with DOREEN FORSYTH
The importance of ceremony: DR AUDREY BUTT and DR WILLIAM RUSSELL with JOAN YORKE
RICHARD HURNDALL reads Fathers and Sons by TURGENEV
Ninth of twelve instalments
BBC Radio 2

MORNING STORY

Montgomery on Cats by T. E. EDGAR
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
BBC Radio 2

Morning Story

Hear No Evil written by JOHN CHALONER read by RICHARD HURNDALL
BBC Radio 2

Morning Story

Something Very Final written by JOHN TOMES read by RICHARD HURNDALL
BBC Radio 2

Woman's Hour

from the North of England Introduced by OLIVE SHAPLEY Fox-hunting in the Fells: FRANK MELLOR reports
When it comes to Passports, wives are second-class citizens:
MAYNAH LEWIS
' If I scrub hard enough I'll come white': MARJORIE WILKIN SON explains how six-year-olds view the colour problem
As Gay as Cheese and Cricket by JOAN AIKEN abridged by VLRGINIA BROWNE-WILKINSON read by RICHARD HURNDALL
BBC Radio 2

Morning Story

The Venetian Glass Candlestick written by PAUL FEAKES read by RICHARD HURNDALL
BBC Radio 2

Morning Story

Wrong Number by B. L. JACOT read by RICHARD HURNDALL
BBC Radio 2

Morning Story

Santa Sees Red written by B. C. COURTENAY-WELLS read by RICHARD HURNDALL






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