6.40 Analogue Systems. 7.5 Equilibrium Rules, OK? 7.30 Disability and Environment
More than a third of Scotland's Catholic population will be at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow when the Pope arrives by helicopter to celebrate an open-air Mass. Among the crowd of 300,000 will be contingents from the Western Isles, pilgrims from Northern Ireland and nearly 3,000 Poles, who will sing to John Paul in Polish.
Massed choirs of 1,500 and four bands will lead the music on the final day of the Pope's visit to Scotland.
Introduced by David Dimbleby
Commentator TOM FLEMING, DONNIE B. MACLEOD and FR BILL ANDERSON
A tidal island on an Essex estuary. Narrated by DEREK cooper
Film editor SUE NEW. Written and directed by ANDREW GOSLING
The little Norfolk town of Swaffham comes to life on market day. Narrator MALCOLM FREEGARD
Film editor KAREN Heward Producer MIKE PURTON
The programme portrays a day at the school and Yehudi Menuhin is shown teaching a class.
Producer cavio seligman
A BBC/Open University production
Barry Norman takes a look at some of the big Broadway hits; meets characters from the theatre district and a host of celebrities.
Assistant producer charles miller Producer Iain johnstone
with subtitles, followed by Weather
A Birthday Celebration: part 1 Lawrence DurrelVs Greece
In 1976 Peter Adam took Law. rence Durrell (who celebrates his
70th birthday this year), author of several Greek Island books, back to Greece. Their journey took them to Corfu, Rhodes, Crete and Hydra. Durrell has often said that words alone cannot express the true nature of Greek landscape and village life. In this film he pushes aside the debris of the present and guides us through the Greece of his youth.
-The Greece that I knew as a young and aggressive poet has changed. Nevertheless I feel there might be some point in trying to recollect and perhaps re-create a little bit of the Greece which is not finished yet and gone for good, and whose ghost still rises up to afflict me from time to time. I would like to recall those golden years and to throw open the many-coloured background of Greece's own history so that the landscape may be evoked before the eyes of the viewel who is not free to touch with his own hands or to feel the beauty of Greece.'
The look of the thing was spectacular, and Durrell on tour proved to be drily funny and unpompous. (THE GUARDIAN) Film cameraman JACQUES boumendil Producer peter ADAM
The last in the present series
Introduced by William Woollard from Walton Hall , near Stratfordupon-Avon
This year marks the diamond jubilee of the Austin Seven and to commemorate it Top Gear has arranged its own Austin Seven motor show, including driving tests and a concours d'elegance for the Top Gear trophy.
Sue Baker and Frank Page give their road impressions of two recently announced cars.
Director philip franklin
Executive producer DEREK SMITH BBC Birmingham
(Un moment d'igarement) starring Jean-Pierre Marlelle Victor Lanoux
When lifelong friends Pierre and Jacques share a holiday villa in the south of France, they are considerably irked to see their teenage daughters, Martine and Francoise, having a lot of fun while they themselves are lonely. One evening Pierre wanders into a beach party and before long he too is having a wonderful time with Francoise.
Written and directed by /$> V CLAUDE BERRJ
A French film with English Gubtltles (first showing on British television)
Presenters PETER SNOW, JOHN TUSA and DONALD MACCORMICK bring you the major events of the day, and the pictures, interviews and analysis that explain their significance From the programme s team of correspondents: film reports shot in Britain and around the world on the issues and topics which are making the headlines.
11.20 Maths Methods: Projectiles. 11.45
Dinner at Baron d'Holbach's.