England v West Indies for the Prudential Trophy from The Oval
Live coverage of the morning's play in this second of two 55-over matches for prize money of Â£2,500.
Introduced by Peter West
Weatherman BERT FOORD
West Indies from The Oval
Further coverage of this match for the Prudential Trophy
Show Jumping from the All England Jumping Course, Hickstead, Sussex.
This afternoon's feature event from the British Championships Meeting is the Wills Three Castle Stakes Commentators DAVID VINE and MICHAEL CLAYTON plus news from Kiev, USSR of The European Three-day Event Championships
Holders: Individual Champion HRH PRINCESS ANNE
Team Champions GREAT BRITAIN
Yesterday and today riders from all the top European nations have been competing in the Dressage. Introduced by Tony Gubba
Cricket DAVID KENNING , JOHN SHREWSBURY Show Jumping RICHARD TILLING BOB DUN CAN
Grandstand producer BRIAN VENNER
Grandstand edited by JONATHAN MARTIN
(Show Jumping and One-day Cricket on BBC2 from 4.15 pm)
with George Benson
The Cruise of the Happy-Go-Gay by URSULA MORAY WILLIAMS
Today: Prisoners in the Pit
Pictures by PETER RUSH
Adapted and directed by SUSAN BALL Producer DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA HOME
An animal adventure series
with Richard Baker ; Weather
Presented by Michael Barratt Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
Editor Michael Bunce
(Regional details as Monday)
Introduced by Kenny Everett
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Costume JANE NAGY
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART
(Jeux sans Frontieres)
The seventh International heat in which teams from the following seven countries compete for the Eurovision Trophy
Great Britain: Wells Belgium: Dottignies France: Vittel
Heiligenhafen Holland : Heusden-Altena Italy: Foligno
Transmitted on the Eurovision network from Heiligenhafen, Germany Introduced by CAMILLO FELGEN and ERHARD KELLER
International referees GENARO OLIVIERI and GUIDO PANCALDI Commentators
EDDIE WARING and STUART HALL
Referee ARTIfUR ELLIS
Producer BARNEY COLEHAN
Programme presented by the WEST GERMAN TELEVISION SERVICE
The European Cup Finals for the Bruno Zauli Trophies
This evening at the Meadowbank Stadium in Edinburgh, one of the most important Athletic meetings held in Britain during the last 25 years gets under way with the competition for the Women's European Cup.
This Trophy, first competed for in 1965, is the reward for the team compiling most points from the full track and field programme. One representative from each of the six participating countries-USSR, East Germany, West Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, and Great Britain - competes in each track and field event and such an international line-up guarantees an evening of Olympic class women's athletics. Commentators RON PICKERING and HARRY CARPENTER
Director for television ALAN MOUNCER
Organised by the BAAB in association With BURMAH/CASTROL
Cover story: pages 56-58
with Robert Dougall and Peter Woods ; Weather
in which Margaret Price the distinguished Welsh soprano talks about her career and sings arias from Lo Cenerentola, Giuditta, and Otello and songs by Schubert, de Falla and Mozart.
'When I'm that much older, I'd like to be thought of as a recitalist, because it's the most perfect way of making music - it's the most difficult but, in the end, the most rewarding.' with the BBC Welsh Orchestra leader COLIN STAVELEY conducted by James Lockhart
Narrated and produced by CITBYN STOODLEY THOMAS
Adapted in five parts by RAY GALTON and ALAN SIMPSON from the novel by GABRIEL CHEVALLJER
Narrated by Peter Ustinov
5 : The Glorious Triumph of Barthelemy Piéchut
An amorous affair starts a battle which only a Presidential visit quells and the story ends with a review of the historic events in Clochemerle.
With BARRY LINEHAN
TOM KEMPINSKI, KENNFTH WATSON GORDON ROLLINGS
RICHARD SHAW, GEORGINA MOON
JAMES WARDROPER, AUBREY WOODS RAYMOND GEROME, ARAM STEPHAN ROBIN PARKINSON, IAN GRAY
MANDY JENNER, DIANE HOLLAND JOHN GLYN-JONES
STUART SHERWIN, JULIAN SOMERS FRANK SIEMAN, STEVE PLYTAS
LARRY NOBLE, JOHN BARRETT
ROLAND MACLEOD, MICHAEL GOLDEN JOHN TURTLE
Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN Producer MICHAEL MILLS
A BBCtv co-production with BAVARIA ATELIER GMBH, MUNICH
The Baroness Courtebiche:
Nicholas the Beadle:
This afternoon at the 105th Trades Union Congress in Blackpool, Victor Grayson Hardie Feather, CBE, stepped down from the post of General Secretary, a job he's held for four long years. It is perhaps the hardest job in the whole Trade Union movement, and it's certainly the least understood by the man in the street.
How much power does the General Secretary of the TUC have? How has Vic Feather matched up to the job-and what sort of man is he?
DAVID TAYLOR talks to Union leaders and politicians and of course to vie FEATHER himself.
Producer ALAN THOMPSON Editor JOHN DEKKER
A season of feature films made specially for television Tonight starring
Cliff Robertson , Dina Merrill with Wilfrid Hyde White Luther Adler
Cliff Robertson plays a dual role in this spy drama set behind the Iron Curtain.
Englishman Christopher Ross , a ruthless master spy on his last and most dangerous assignment, meets an ordinary American businessman, Arthur Selby , who happens to be his double - fact which Ross is quick to turn to his own advantage.
Written by GUSTAVE FIELD , JOEL ROGOSIN and JOHN KNEUBUHL
Producer JOEL ROGOSIN Director JOSEPH SARGENT
followed by Regional News and Weather : Closedown