The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from Headingley
The morning's play on the final day.
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER and TED DEXTER
Television presentation by BILL TAYLOR and NICK HUNTER
The Lawn Tennis Championships featuring the best of the Centre Court and No 1 Court matches direct from the All England Club.
HARRY CARPENTER from the Wimbledon studio introduces the quarter-final matches in the Men's Singles Championship and reviews the news and results of the rest of the day's play.
Commentaries by DAN MASKELL
PETER WEST , JOHN BARRETT and BILL THRELFALL
Television presentation by RICHARD TILLING , FRED VINER , BOB DUNCAN JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHNNIE WATHERSTON JIM RESIDE and RICK GARDNER Producer A. p. WILKINSON
Heat 2: Scotland
Introduced by Ron Pickering Special guest
David Wilkie , Olympic 200 metres Breaststroke Champion
The second heat comes from the seaside town of Girvan in the South West of Scotland. More exciting new games-battling with blocks, beach balls and boats face the boys and girls representing: DOUGLAS EWART HIGH SCHOOL, NEWTON-STEWART
A surprise champion guest also pops in during the programme.
Produced by CLIVE DOIG
with Tony Soper and su INGLE
Few wildlife schemes have aroused more controversy than the project to bring back the beaver to Britain. There are weighty arguments both for and against the project. Could the beaver population get out of control? Would it destroy vast numbers of trees? What about otters and other rare mammals - would they suffer? Wildtrack launches its own investigation, and talks to the man behind the whole idea.
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
The Family Way
Following in the footsteps of a famous father or taking over the responsibilities of the family firm seems like a divine right and duty for some people.
What makes them do it? In this series Nationwide's reporters meet the children amd the parents they have chosen to follow.
A film series starring Stefanie Powers as Toni ' Feather '
Danton Harold Gould as Harry Danton Tonight: Welcome Home Vince
Something a friend says after her father's sudden death arouses suspicion in Harry's criminal mind and he connects seemingly innocuous occurrences into a case of murder plus. The closer he gets to the solution, the more he and Feather have to fear from the surprise killer.
by Anthony Read
The last of 13 episodes
[Starring] Colette O'Neil, Neil Stacy, Tom Watson and Patrick Malahide
Colin Anderson goes to West Berlin to follow up a story and Peter Dawson goes to Norway to ensure that there will be something for it to be printed on!
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Written and narrated by Julian Pettifer.
Algeria is a country of the young. It has one of the highest birth rates in the world. It boasts its own brand of Moslem socialism stemming from the bloody revolutionary war fought against the French. It is a one-party state, which bans Communism, yet trades impartially with the East and West. Independent since 1962, the struggle for economic independence and national identity still continues. As one young Algerian said, 'It is easier to destroy colonialism than build a country.' So how do the young men and women of Algeria - more than half the population is under 25-view the future? Has the promise of the revolution been achieved for them?
Jimmy Logan introduces his special guests Peter Morrison
Koffee 'N Kreme The
Wurzels Michael Barrymore and Jamie Michael Stewart
BRIAN FAHEY AND
THE SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA leader IAN TYRE
Script DICK HILLS
Lighting JAMES MAIDEN Sound RON ALLAN
Designer HELEN RAE
Director JAMES w. GOULDING
Producer IAIN MACFADYEN. BBC Scotland
with Peter Alliss
A series of ten programmes for those who want to take up golf and for golfers who want to improve their game.
7: Difficult Lies and Conditions
PETER ALLlSS and his four regular pupils are joined this week by guest professional Maurice Bembridge
Producer GORDON MENZIES. BBC Scotland iFirst shown on BBC2)
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