Coverage up to the lunch interval from Lord's
Introduced by Peter West
This week BBC Television outside broadcast cameras will be covering some of the principal races of this famous Meeting
2.30 New Ham Stakes (6 furlongs)
3.10 Spillers' Stewards Cup (Handicap) (6 furlongs)
3.40 Warren Stakes (11 miles)
4.10 Charlton Stakes (Handicap) (Old Mile)
Cricket: First Test Match: England v India
Further coverage from Lord's
(On BBC2 from 4.30)
TV Presentation (Racing):
A programme for children under 5
(shown at 11.0 am on BBC2)
by Catherine Sinclair
With Ronnie Corbett
Today: The Grand Feast
In which Humphrey goes to Buckingham Palace and the Prof is completely carried away!
Another look at the unexpected world of Tony Hart and Pat Keysell, who introduces it also for deaf children, with Ben Benison
The Prof, The Burbles, Humphrey Umbrage and Susanne
The Vision On Gallery
and Wilfred Makepeace Lunn's Extraordinary Doorbell.
(More of your paintings and drawings will be shown in the Vision On Gallery later this year. Send them to "Vision On," [address removed], and there'll be a prize for any that are shown. Anyone under 16 can enter, but we're sorry we can't return paintings to you)
The swashbuckling adventures of the daring chevalier, Francois de Recci.
A film serial in 12 parts
The Chevalier de Recci receives his orders from the Cardinal's agent.
Francois de Recci:
The Duc de Sospel:
Isabelle de Sospel:
A cartoon series about the adventures of the two crazy comedy stars
followed by Regional Weather
(London only: Nationwide in Colour)
His famous vintage comedy
with Edna Purviance and Henry Bergman
Despite his pledges, Charlie upsets an uncle he would like to make his father-in-law before he can pop the question, but Fate redeems his fortunes.
Taste, smell, hearing, sight, touch. Cardew Robinson controls the temperature of two teams of nurses who use their five senses in this light-hearted competition. Doing the rounds tonight are teams representing hospitals in Leeds and Bradford
With Lesley Turnbull and Harry Morriss
From the Royal Infirmary, Bradford, Yorkshire
A hazardous dugout canoe journey through Venezuelan jungles towards the source of the Orinoco.
The Guaica Indians live short and violent lives, wife-stealing and feuding. But for centuries they have been protected from 'civilisation' by the remoteness of their jungle home. Six members from a Hovercraft Expedition brave dangerous rapids to seek out the secrets of some of the most primitive people still left on earth.
Tonight's film in a season featuring the pop stars of the 60s who set Britain - and the world-swinging to a new beat.
Starring Frank Ifield
with Annette Andre, Ronald Radd, Richard Wattis, Suzy Kendall
A young Australian singer arrives in London to make his fame and fortune. One of the first things he sees is a giant poster of a beautiful blonde - with whom he immediately falls in love.
Frank Ifield, then at the height of his success, made his film debut in this mixture of pop and fantasy directed by Christopher Miles.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Mrs Hawkes Fenhoulet:
Mr Hawkes Fenhoulet:
Presented by Robert Dougall with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
A 12-round contest from the Astrodome, Houston, Texas
Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) former Heavyweight Champion of the World v Jimmy Ellis former WBA Heavyweight Champion of the World
Harry Carpenter reports from the ringside at Houston on this exclusive recording of the fight which earlier today brought Cassius Clay back to the ring for the first time since his world title defeat by Joe Frazier in March. Ellis lost his world title to Frazier after the WBA and WBC titles were merged.
Muhammad Ali (Cassius
The world of James Thurber
[Starring] William Windom as John Monroe, Joan Hotchkis as Ellen, Lisa Gerritsen as Lydia
There's nothing against making a woman happy. There's just no sense in being a fanatic about it
Based on stories and cartoons by:
Robert Robinson dips into the BBC's mailbag and adds a few comments of his own.
with the latest news in pictures
Reinhold Niebuhr was a brilliant American academic. He was also a prophet; he looked like one - tall, gaunt, fiery. He spoke like one - plunging into the morass of politics and teasing out their ethical dimensions. Some people called him 'Judgement Day in Breeches'. On both sides of the Atlantic his influence was enormous. Time magazine celebrated its Silver Jubilee by featuring him on the cover.
Last month he died. Tonight in a special "Viewpoint", he is recalled by some of the people who knew him, including The Rt Hon Anthony Wedgwood Benn, MP, Professor Ronald Preston and Roger Shinn, Arthur Schlesinger Jr, the Rt Hon Richard Crossman, MP, Baroness Lee
Introduced by Nicholas Partridge
The Rt Hon Anthony Wedgwood
The Rt Hon Richard
(all except London and Wales)