6.40 World War 11. 7.5 English Renaissance: Sacred Music. 7.30 Earth Science Topics.
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
The Lawn Tennis
Championships direct from the All England Club in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen The Final of the Ladies' Singles Championship
BBC outside broadcast cameras on the world-famous Centre Court reflect the tensions and the excitement of the first Final of these Centenary Championships.
HARRY CARPENTER sets the scene for the top ladies' match of the year, the winner of which receives a record prize of E13,500 and is regarded as ' Champion of the World'.
The Final of the Men's Doubles Championship
Commentaries from DAN MASKELL PETER WEST and JOHN BARRETT
Introduced by Michael Rodd
This week the contestants come from ELY and FELIX STOWE and will be looking at scenes from The King and 1, The Eagle Has Landed, One Hour to Zero, and Lady and the Tramp.
Director DES SISSONS
Producer JOHN BUTTERY. BBC Manchester
This week: Canada
That's My Name, Don't Wear It Out by JOHN MARKHAM
Jimmy is deaf, but Nick thinks he's just plain stupid until the day when Nick runs into real trouble....
Film cameraman DENNIS MILLER Director DON THOMPSON
Richard Baker ; Weatherman
During Wimbledon fortnight - a special series of interviews with personalities from the world of sport.
Tonight: Claire Francis
The Lawn Tennis
HARRY CARPENTER introduces the final transmission of the day direct from the All England Club.
World of Disney
The Wacky Zoo of Morgan City Part 2
The freewheeling television adaptation of the Chinese classic
A Man's Only Happiness
Shih Chin saves a marriage, Sung Chiang falls into unfriendly hands.
English adaptation by DAVID weib with the voices of MICHAEL MCCLAIN , MIRIAM MARGOLYES
PETEiR MARINKE 'R, DAVID BLAGDEN ROBERT RIETTY and BURT KWOUK
Dubbing director MICHAEL BAKEWELL
Pai Mien Lang:
by PETER ROBINSON , HUGH STUCKEY starring
Roy Kinnear as Alf Butler Josephine Tewson as Penelope Marshall
Avril Angers as Beryl Armitage and featuring
Robert Doming as Col Marshall and Elizabeth Larner as Mrs Stone in Publish and be Damned
'It's purely a matter of observation. I always say, there's a story in everyone.'
Designer PETER BLACKER
Producer DOUGLAS ARGENT
with Richard Baker and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weekend Weather
The Hammer of C Block
A fearsome block of solid ebony and as tough as they come, excellmate Gandy Fitch is truly Jim's bête noir. Fresh from jail he makes a bee-line for his front door to start a trail of terror through town.
JOHN TIMPSON and DENIS TUOHY and Tonight's reporters at home and abroad take their last look of the week at the topics and people that provoke, entertain, worry or amuse us.
Deputy editor ROGER BOLTON Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
Sir Robert Mark talks to DESMOND WILCOX
Britain's number one policeman retired this spring in an atmosphere nearly as stormy as when he took over Scotland Yard five years ago. In his time, he threatened to put all the CID men back into uniform; he fired, or hounded out of Scotland Yard, perhaps as many as 500 corrupt policemen; he encouraged policemen to feel free to talk to the press and appear on television - and he himself did so frequently; he attacked corrupt lawyers and the present-day trial and jury systems; he made speeches which frightened his own men, won the confidence of the public and alarmed Home Secretaries; he took personal charge of the Spaghetti House and Balcombe Street sieges. He likes Gilbert and Sullivan and police horses. He's hated by all criminals and quite a few policemen. When he took over at Scotland Yard he believed his task was to shake things up and put them in good order. He succeeded. But he's quit because the new Police Act, which places police discipline under the control of political nominees, is something he refuses to administer.
Now, for the first time, he feels free to talk about his own police career, present-day police problems, and the kind of policeman he thinks we need today.
Research GINNY SYKES
Film editor JONATHAN gili
Producer EDWARD MIRZOEF
George Chakiris Susan Strasberg also starring
Denholm Elliott Gregoire Asian
An exciting adventure story set in Cyprus in 1957 at the height of the Eoka campaign against the British Army. Dirk Bogarde plays the British Intelligence officer who, while on the trail of a guerrilla leader, becomes involved with an American girl of Cypriot origin.
Screenplay by IAN STUART BLACK Producer BETTY E. BOX Director RALPH THOMAS Films: page 13