6.40 Coal Power
7.5 Maths - Matrix Transformations
With OLU JACOBS African Legends by AMABEL WILLIAMS-ELLIS
How is it that cats always manage to sleep in comfort beside their masters, when dogs frequently end up sleeping in the garden? Today: Praise be to Cat
A serial from France in 13 episodes.
Had Sebastian escaped the avalanche? And where was Belle?
Shiny with RICK JONES
By satellite from Canada the outstanding events on the fifth day of competition in Edmonton
Men's 30km Walk Men's Decathlon Women's Shot plus
Women's 200m Semi-finals Men's 800m Semi-finals
Women's 800m Semi-finals
Men's 400m Hurdles Semi-finals Men's 200m Quarter-finals Men's 5000m Heats
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
Swimming Finals Women's 200m Butterfly Men's 100m Butterfly
Women's 4 x 100m Medley Relay Men's Highboard Diving
Commentators ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND
Women's Individual Competition Commentator RON PICKERING
The climax, of five days of competition in the Jubilee Auditorium with gold medals decided in the Heavyweight and Super Heavyweight divisions.
Commentator DAVID VINE
Shooting Final Rapid Fire Pistol
HARRY CARPENTER reports on the Quarter-final bouts.
Plus action and news from badminton, bowls and cycling.
Introduced by Frank Bough
Producers ALAN CHIVERS
JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHNNIE WATHERSTON BOB DUNCAN , MARTIN HOPKINS, JIM RESIDE Studio producer JOHN PHILIPS Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Executive producer ALAN HART
A programme for children under 5 Presenters: Don Spencer with Carol Chell and Derek Griffiths who are visiting Jubilee Gardens, South Bank, London
When There was Someone Else
A cartoon presenting the optimistic, indestructible panther who is permanently in-the-pink.
Jonathon Jagger and Jill Scragg , who are both 11 years old, tell the story of the week they spent with their schoolfriends from Park-field School, Taunton, at a Field Study Centre at Charterhouse, high on the Mendip Plateau.
During the week they explore the surrounding countryside, go pony-trekking and discover the dark and mysterious underground world of the limestone caves beneath the Somerset countryside.
Film editor DAVID ALIBAND
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS. BBC Bristol.
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
Along Offa's Dyke
From Severn to Teme
Offa's Dyke is the ancient frontier between England and Wales. Part of it is also one of Britain's long-distance footpaths. Valerie Singleton begins her journey along the Dyke near Chepstow.
Film cameraman FINTON SHEEHAN
Sound RON MCMORRAN , MICHAEL HORWOOD Film editor LAURIE CHOAT Producer BILL JONES
post that mentions
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
Narrated by David Attenborough The Baboons of Gombe
The first of three much-acclaimed films by JANE GOODALL and HUGO VAN LAWICK. This time it is the family life of baboons that is the focus of attention.
What is the social structure of 0 beach troop ' and how is it organised? How does a mother baboon cope with an infant unwilling to be weaned? What happens to young Mango, accidently crippled when the adults fight for food and dominance? And when an unknown male baboon attempts to join the troop, what sort of reception does he get?
Produced by BILL TRAVERS and HUGO VAN LAWICK
BBCtv presentation by MICHAEL SALISBURY Series editors
MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
Introduced by Frank Bough
The pick of the action from the fifth day of competition in Edmonton, Canada including
Athletics, Swimming, Gymnastics Boxing, Weightlifting, Cycling Badminton, Bowls, Shooting Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY HARRY CARPENTER , ALAN WEEKS HAMILTON BLAND, DAVID VINE and BARRY DAVIES
Plus news and results from the Commonwealth Games venues.
Studio producer JOHN PHILIPS Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Executive producer ALAN HART
by Alan Janes
A series in 13 episodes
Starring James Ellis, Douglas Fielding with Tommy Boyle, David Jackson
Freddie Cowling has come out of prison a changed man. He's lost a lot of weight, he's got a degree and he's promised his wife he'll go straight. But Lynch doesn't believe he's changed. Not when there's the proceeds of his last job to be collected - Â£40,000 hidden away, waiting...
Woman in police station:
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
A six-part story from the bestseller by SARA DAVIDSON about the lives of three young women during the turbulent, changing years of the 60s.
1: Berkeley College, California
Kate Evans returns from Europe to find that the peaceful campus is a battleground. Angry students of opposing political groups are fighting each other - and the police. Kate is reunited with her class friends Jenny and Tanya. Together they face this new social world -but each in their different ways ...
Terry Wogan tonight introduces the third programme in the 1978 series from Tiffany's Ballroom, Blackpool
The North West v Northern Ireland
Commentator Barri Haynes
A professional demonstration by Michael Stylianos and Lorna Lee Music by Andy Ross and his Orchestra and Chorus
A MECCA promotion
Arranged by Eric D. Morley
Andy Ross and his Orchestra and
A summer season of five programmes about the arts in the 20th century.
Tonight: a double bill on places where people make their own art. The People's Park
A green space in the middle of New York - Central Park. At one end the skyscrapers of the rich-at the other the tenements of the poor. At weekends the people come together-there are pedlars, preachers, singers, dancers, mimes, and just people. All creeds, denominations and races ' doing their own thing' in this one open space help to reveal the American way of life.
Disco Delight or What a Way to End It All
A fantasy about British disco fever. To the music of Brian Ferry , Showaddywaddy and the Rolling Stones, this film journeys through the discos of northern England where dancing has become a powerful form of self-expression - skilful, bizarre and ritualistic.
The People's Park
Film cameraman PHILIP BONHAM CARTER
Film editor David GLADWELL
Directed by JULIA CAVE Disco Delight
Film cameraman JOHN HOOPER Film editor PAUL HUMFRESS
Associate producer TIM IRONSIDE-WOOD Directed by DAVID RICHARDSON
Executive producer BARRIE GAVIN