6.40 Airport Siting Decisions
7.5 Limestone Deposition
7.30 Engineering Mechanics
9.38-9.58 Out of the Past
Catch 'em While You Can
10.25-10.45 History 1917-73 China and the World
11.0 Watch. All Change!
Symmetry and cycles. The butterfly emerges from the pupa and the wheel turns full circle.
Presenters KEN BINGE and LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR
Producer TOM STANIER
11.18 Going to Work
Laundries and Dry-Cleaning
England v Australia from Lord's
I Coverage of the final day's play up to the lunch interval
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER
TV presentation DAVID KENNING , BILL TAYLOR
The Lawn Tennis Championships
The second day's play direct from the All England Club, featuring
The First Round of the Ladies' Singles
A lot of betting money will be riding on Chris Evert , the defending champion, when she steps on to the Centre Court this afternoon. The girl she beat in 1976, Evonne Cawley , will be missing from the line-up, and her principal adversaries seem to be MARTINA NAVRATILOVA and the British girls, VirGINIA WADE -and SUE BARKER . Sue has played particularly well in the USA this year and is certain to provide plenty of excitement with her attacking game.
But watch out for BILLIE-JEAN KING . She hasn't re-entered the Ladies' Singles just for the fun of it, and a seventh Wimbledon Ladies' title would give her an all-time record of Championship victories.
Commentaries by DAN MASKELL
PETER WEST , JOHN BARRETT and BILL THRELFALL
With news, results and summaries from HARRY CARPENTER
Cricket: Jubilee Test
England v Australia from Lord's
The afternoon's play on the final day of the First Test,
Wimbledon TV presentation by RICHARD TILLING , FRED VINER , BOB DUNCAN JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHNNIE WATHERSTON JEFF GODDARD and RICK GARDNER Producer A. p. WILKINSON
A programme for children under 5 Story:
Different Peter and Emma by GUNILLA WOLDE Presenters
with Johnny Morris Tony Soper and Sheila Young
The White-tailed Sea Eagle: bigger than the Golden Eagle and extinct in Britain since 1916. Animal Magic films the release of one of these magnificent birds on the Scottish Isle of Rhum.
And the story of the fight to save some of the thousands of sea birds who die each year in oil slicks. A story with a happy ending.
Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
starring Roy Castle with Maggie Henderson
Polly James , Oscar Quitak accompanied by JOHNNY PEARSON and GEOFF SANDERS at two pianos. Today ROY and the team tell the story and sing some of the songs from the musical The Card.
Based on ARNOLD BENNETT 'S book of the same name: set to music by TONY HATCH and JACKIE TRENT
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography SALLY GILPIN Designer KEN STARKEY Producer ALAN RUSSELL
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
During Wimbledon fortnight - a series of interviews with personalities from the world of sport. Tonight: Brendan Foster
The Lawn Tennis! I Championships
Highlights from the first round of the Ladies'
Singles; review of the news, results and personalities.
A film series about a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock - seven children, their parents and grand-parents -who struggle to survive during the Depression of the early 30s, starring
The Ferris Wheel
A horrible experience beyond recollection causes little. Elizabeth to suffer nightmares and sleepwalk into danger until her secret is revealed.
by Anthony Read
starring James Ellis, Douglas Fielding, Ray Lonnen, Brian Grellis with Allan O'Keefe, Paul Stewart
Excavating for a swimming pool, a young couple come across an old trunk buried in their garden. For the police it means old files, old memories and old wounds must all be re-opened.
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
Written by PETER TINNISWOOD
A Woman's Work
Uncle Mort realises that it's not all a bed of roses spending his days at home with two women, Mrs Brandon and Pat, running the house. His hopeful escape to Carter's factory is cut off by an unexpected twist of fate.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer PAUL ALLEN
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
Louis St John:
The inside story of the most famous police headquarters in the world.
Reporter John Clare
It's the home of the Porn Squad and Special Branch, the Drugs
Squad and the Sweeney. It's where they investigate fraud, robbery, terrorism and murder. It was not without its own corruption, until SIR ROBERT MARK began to clean it out. It's never far from the headlines. Officially called Commissioner's Office, it's known everywhere as Scotland Yard.
Tonight's film goes behind the scenes of a murder inquiry, examines the work of the Obscene Publications Squad, talks to policemen who investigate other policemen accused of wrong-doing. It goes on a raid with the Flying Squad, tours the Black Museum, quizzes detectives about carrying guns and the use of informers. It shows for the first time what lies behind the locked doors of the Yard's Operations Room, and explores the disturbing world of police surveillance and computerised record-keeping.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY .
Sound recordist SIMON wilson
Film editor DAVID GLADWELL
Producer edward mirzoeff
JOHN TIMPSON and DENIS TUOHY
Throughout the week Tonight looks at the topics and people that provoke, entertain, worry or amuse us.
With DONALD MACCORMICK
Tonight's reporters at home and abroad are
Michael Delahaye, Vincent Hanna David Jessel , David Lomax
John Pitman and Philip Tibenham Including News Headlines
A series of ten programmes about the office of Prime Minister and its development during the last 50 years.
9: Let's Go With Labour
Harold Wilson was almost the only member of the 1964 Labour government who had previous Cabinet experience. What effect did this have on his style of government and how much did this change as his own Cabinet gained in authority and experience? With
The Rt Hon Barbara Castle , mp Written and presented by Professor David Dilks
Producer HOWARD SMITH