' Winter Work on a Vegetable Holding,' by C. P. Quarrell .
by William Makepeace Thackeray
Dramatised for broadcasting by John Keir Cross
12-' Indian Summer'
With Franklyn Bellamy , Donald Gray Stanley Groome Joan Hart Preston Lockwood. Hugh Manning. Ella Milne. Elsa Palmer , and Ronald Sidney
Produced by Peter Watts
All has toppled, it seems, in Esmond's great design. He has succeeded in bringing James Stuart to England in readiness for his dramatic proclamation as James III the moment that Queen Anne should die. He has succeeded beyond his wildest hopes in holding the Pretender secretly hidden in Rachel's little house in Kensington for the moment of moments. But when the moment of moments came at last-when all was ripe for the great disclosure that the last of the Stuarts was actually in England and willing to mount the throne — James himself was not ready for it, as Henry and all his other supporters were. His Royal Highness had gone-to Castlewood,, and on the direct invitation of Beatrix. It was for her that Henry had dared aU, and it was through her, it seemed, that all was to be destroyed after all — his fatal, fatal Beatrix '
A Devonshire comedy by Eden and Adelaide Phillpotts
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Owen Reed
in the BBC's West of England studios
Searchlight on the N.A.A.S.
A critical review by Ted Owens
Ted Owens is a Somerset farmer whose own holding at Langford exhibits the use he makes of technical advice. In this talk he reviews the present working of the National Agricultural Advisory Service.
Second of four programmes
A service in preparation for Whit Sunday. Conducted by the Rev. Brother Edward , of the Village Evangelists
Hail the dav that sees him rise (A. and M. 147)
Prayer and Reading
0 Holy Ghost, thy people bless (A. and M. 211)
Reading, with comment: Ezekiel 37. vv. 1-14
Breathe on me, breath of God (A. and M. 671)
Short Address Prayers
When God of old came down (A. and M. 154)
Directed by Dr. George Thalben-Ball The Village Evangelists are a body of about four hundred men and women whose aim is to hold a mission, if invited by the parish priest, in every village in England. So far they have visited about two thousand villages. Besides holding services in church, they try to visit every home, and they also speak in factories, public houses, and schools.
Edited by Bruce Campbell and Maxwell Knight
Kenneth Williamson brings news from St. Kilda of one of our wild mammals that is still holding its own, the Soay Sheep
Maxwell Knight compares notes with Mrs. Joy Hilton on ways in which young or injured birds can be cared for successfully
Bruce Campbell discusses with R. K. Smith the destructive habits of house-sparrows
Dr. Maurice Burton describes the recently discovered ' self-anointing ' behaviour of hedgehogs
David McClintock talks about Channel Island plants
(Items in this programme have been previously broadcast in the monthly ' Naturalists' Notebook' series in Network Three)
Farm on a Headland by Michael Davies
Josh Pritchard owns a small-holding near the sea, which becomes the scene of conflict when Harry Crossman tries to buy him out.
Produced by HERBERT DAVIES
the London Symphony Orchestra Leader, John Georgiadis with Berit Lindholm (soprano)
From the Royal Festival Hall, London
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The Dardanelles Commission
An account of the inquiry held in 1916 to determine the reasons for the failure of the Gallipoli campaign
Written by ARTHUR SWINSON with Tom Harrison , Peter Schofield Produced by STANLEY WILLIAMSON
Ladies in Retirement by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham
Adapted for broadcasting by CYNTHIA PUGHE with Valerie White , Nigel Graham Marjorie Westbury
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
Repeated on Monday at 3.15 p.m.
by Peter Desbarats and Thomas Sloan Will Canada remain a nation with United Kingdom ties? Will she be swallowed up by the United States? Will she break up into separate English and French States?
On the eve of the Dominion's 100th birthday, this enquiry has been mounted for British listeners by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The recordings have been made from coast to coast by two leading Canadian journalists.
Produced by HOWARD ENGEL Executive producer, HARRY J. BOYLE
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A play by T. S. Eliot
1888-1965 arranged for broadcasting by Raymond Raikes with
Fabia Drake, Barbara Couper Dilys Hamlett and Gabriel Woolf
The scene is laid in 'Wishwood,' a country house in the North. One evening in late March.
Produced by Raymond Raikes who writes:
The Family Reunion has been described as a rare manifestation of the power of language to populate the theatre of the mind: it makes an exceptional impact, therefore. as Broadcast Drama. I regard it as a privilege on this occasion that I have been given the opportunity of revising and rethinking my earlier radio interpretation of one of the finest plays by this great poet of our times. The play was recorded and broadcast in the Home Service as a tribute to the late T S Eliot.
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Government legislation and taxes and the growth of the massive multiple stores are threatening the livelihood of thousands of shop-keepers and small traders throughout Britain. What does the future hold for them? Have they a right to special support?
Introduced by EDGAR LUSTGARTEN
Produced by Alan Burgess
Broadcast in the series Focus on March 28
by D. G. Bridson
This is the first of three documentary programmes tracing the course of the Integration Struggle in America from 54 to the present day. It traces the story from the murder of 'he Rev. George Lee to the Sit-ins at Nashville, Tennessee
Narrator, EDWARD WARD
Broadcast in the Third Programme on October 21. 1964. in the series
The Negro in America
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Its charms and its dangers, its irresistible hold on its devotees, its effects on the body, and its influence on disease
Programme written by Richard Gordon
Produced by Nesta Pain
Its fascination and its dangers, its powerful hold on its devotees, its effects on the body and its influence on disease : in particular, its relation with cancer of the lung
Scientific advice has been given by Professor Bradford Hill , c B E Ph.D., D.SC., and Richard Doll , M.D., both of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Written by Richard Gordon
Produced by Nesta Pain
Yvonne Gouvernay Choir
Orchestre de la
(Leader, Rene Alix )
Conductor, Roger Desormlere
Suite No 2, in B minor, for flute and strings
Concerto in C minor, for violin, oboe, and strings
Cantata No. 106: Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit
Recorded by Radiodiffusion Franchise
Bach wrote four Suites for orchestra, though he himself called them Overtures, taking the title, of the opening movement as that of the whole Suite. No. 2 in B minor has an extended overture in the French style, consisting of a brilliant Allegro preceded and followed by a slow section. The succeeding movements comprise a Rondo, a Sarabande, two Bourrees, a Polonaise, a Minuet and Badinerie.
The Concerto in C minor is usually played on two claviers with string orchestra, but according to the German musicologist Max Seiffert , it was originally designed for violin, oboe, and strings.
Cantata No. 106, ' God's time is the best time,' was composed at Weimar and is a funeral cantata, though it is not known for whose death it was written. In Parry's words, it is ' one of the earliest of Bach's works of this kind which has taken a very deep hold on the affections of musicians.'