6.40 Lucas Aerospace Dispute. 7.5 The Embryonic Development. 7.3t Maths: Complex Analysis.
Keep up with the Times: 7 Evolution
10.3 Everyday Maths
4: The Last Count by JOHN TULLY
Directed by ANDREW MORGAN
Produced by DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.25-10.45 Near and Far Grasslands
Once open spaces where wild animals were free to graze, most of the world's grasslands have now become a universal larder. Narrated by MARY DOWNING Produced by DAVID TAFT
Series producer ROBIN GWYN
The Life of a Stand-up Comic
BOBBY KNUTT. clubland's ' Top Comedian of the Year' for the last six years, spent the 1978 summer season in Great Yarmouth. This film looks behind the glamour at the hard work and routine of the comedian's job. Narrator NICK ROSS Producer ROY THOMPSON
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Mr Benn and the Magic Carpet Story and illustration by DAVID MCKEE
Told by RAY BROOKS
The Colgate Women's International from Eastbourne
All 64 of the world's top-ranked women have entered this now traditional pre-Wimbledon tournament.
Can Martina Navratilova repeat last year's performance when she defeated Chris Evert-Lloyd both here at Devonshire Park and at The All England Club? and at 3.45*
Racing from Ascot
3.45 The Gold Cup (2im) The centre-piece of the Royal Meeting, and the world's most famous long-distance race.
1 4.18 Regional News (exc London)
A programme for children under 5
Nowhere to Hyde
The ghosts of Jekyll and Hyde set Scooby and his friends another problem.
with Simon Groom
Christopher Wenner , Tina Heath
Producer RENNY RYE
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCl Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Blue Peter Make, Cook and Look Book, £ 1.50, from bookshops
with Angela Rippon Weatherman
FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS provide you with background to the news of the day and present some of the less serious features and stories that make up the scene Nationwide.
From the Lake District
For the last programme before the summer break Tomorrow's World goes to Ullswater.
Michael Rodd , Judith Hann and Kieran Prendiville discover how explosions improve the breeding habits of birds ... test a device that only works when you are unconscious ... examine the 15,000-year-old secrets resting at the bottom of Ullswater ... try to row without oars ...
Outside broadcast director JOHN GORMAN Producer ANDREW WISEMAN Edited by ALAN DOBSON
Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Introduced by Dave Lee Travis LEGS & CO
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography FLICK COLBY
Sound LAURIE TAYLOR. Lighting RON BRISTOW Producer BRIAN PENDERS
Executive producer ROBIN NASH
Narrated by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
The scorpion - a creature of myth and legend. Its poisonous sting has made it a famous astrological symbol of secrecy and death.
Judge the legend for yourself as unique film from North Africa and the Caribbean shows the private world of the scorpion, its love dances and the wav it tackles its prey. Like scorpions, the film has a sting in its tail - they're closer to home than you think!
Specialist photography ALISTAIR MACEWEN ,
London Scientific Films Written and produced by TONY EDWARDS
Series producer PETER BALE BBC Bristol
Written by ROY CLARKE starring Paul Greenwood
The Worm that Turns Us All
Somebody's stealing from cars parked by Lover's Lane. Romance is in the air - even Mr Chizlehurst feels like wrestling with a police-woman and she feels like keeping an eye on Wilmot 'vho is parked in Lover's Lane with Renata no less.
Signature tune written by PAUL GREENWOOD and IAN WILSON Sung by PAUL GREENWOOD
Incidental music by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer ERIC WALMSLEY
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
Chief Insp Dunwoody:
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
by ELWYN JONES
Six strands in a web of intrigue. 3: Burials and Trappings
' Love gilds the scene, and women guide the plot.' (SHERIDAN) Wyn Lloyd receives the attentions of both Marika Rau and Carrie Stone. Marika has more than a romance planned.
Script editor MICHAEL WEARING Designer CHARLES BOND Producer DAVID ROSE
Director JONATHAN ALWYN BBC Birmingham
Omnibus presents John Berger's moving and beautiful stories about peasant life.
Photographs by Jean Mohr.
For the past five years John Berger, one of our most acclaimed and original writers, has been living and working among peasants in the French Alps. His new book. Pig Earth, grew out of this experience. For years, too, the distinguished Swiss photographer Jean Mohr has been photographing peasants all over the world.
This is Berger's first television appearance since his award-winning series Ways of Seeing. In part one, he tells his own stories about his neighbours, the village peasants. In part two, he talks with Teodor Shanin, a world authority on peasant societies, about their political and historical significance in the modern world.
Film editor DAI VAUGHAN Producer MICHAEL DIBB
The news, the stories and the people that matter, intrigue and amuse.
With the Robin Day interview Including News Headlines
Film producer HELEN JENKJNS Editor ROGER BOLTON