People's Service, from St. Cuthbert's, Wigton, Cumberland, conducted by Canon Mathew McNarney. No. 3. The Fall of -Man. Sunday, 11.30 a.m., Light programme.
A rvice for Overseas. by Fl. Morgan Sweeney, headmaster of St. Bede's Grammar School, from St. Mary's, Bradford. Sunday. 4.45 p.m. General Overseas Service.
Evening Service with Benediction from St. Mary's, Woolton, Liverpool, conducted by Fr. Edward Murphy, the parish priest, and sermon by Fr. Thomas McGoldrick of Ushaw College, Sunday, 7.45 p.m. North.
The Dead Sea Scrolls : John Allegro, a member of the international team of scholars working in Jerusalem, discusses the importance and interpretation of recent discoveries in the first of three talks. Monday, 7.15 p.m. North.
Gabriel Marcel-a shortened version of his lecture for the "Society for Psychical Research " given last October. Wednesday, 9.20 p.m. Third.
Cyril Cusack reads poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins, Wednesday, 9.50 p.m. Third.
RADIO EIREANN Athlone 530m.
Dublin and Cork 240m. High Mass from Gort Muire, Dundrnm, Co. Dublin, Sunday, 10.30 a.m.
VATICAN RADIO Broadcasts in English Daily News Bulletin at 3 p.m. (G.M.T.) on 31.10, 25.67, 41.21 and 19.84m.
Daily News Bulletin at 6.15 p.m. (G.M.T.) on 49.75, 31.10, 41.21 and 25.67m.