6.40 Black Youth in Brent
7.30 Maths: Diagonalising Matrices
9.28 Everyday Maths
14: The Last Count
Keep Up with the Times: 8 Dressed to Kill
10.23 Exploring Science Life Goes On
11.0 Twentieth Century History
Israel and the Arab States
11.22 Music Time
The Big Balloon Show
A complete performance of the show, in which the muffin man and the inventor go on a journey in a balloon, in search of a tune for the muffin man to sing. Children from
HARGRAVE PARK JUNIOR SCHOOL Presenters KATHRYN HARIUES and PETER COMBE
Producer BLIZABETH BENNETT
11.45 Going to Work
Working on your Own
Weather JACK SCOTT
The Lawn Tennis Championships direct from the All England Club
The opening day of the world's greatest tennis tournament featuring
The First Round of the Men's Singles Championship
Sweden's Bjern Borg , the first man since Fred Perry to win Wimbledon three times running, opens the defence of his title in the first of seven matches he must win in the next 13 days to became the first player since before World War I to win four consecutive Championships. Intent on depriving Borg of that henear will be the greatest names in modern tennis:
Jimmy Censors, the 1974 champion, and runner-up to Bars for the last two years;
John McEnroe , who caused a sensation when he reached the semi-finals at Wimbledon in 1977 as an 18-year-old qualifier, and who has become a dollar millionaire in his first year as a professional, winning both the Grand Prix Masters and WCT titles, beating Connors and Borg on the way; and Vitas Gerulaitis , twice a semi-finalist in 1977 and 78, whose match with Borg two years ago was acclaimed as one of the greatest in Wimbledon's history.
Since the last ball was struck 12 months ago, the All England Club have literally raised the roof of the Centre Court to provide an extra 1,000 seats, and prize money has gone up too - the Men's champion will receive £20,000. Commentators DAN MASKELL
PETER WEST , JOHN BARRETT and BILL THRELFALL
Harry Carpenter introduces the programme and keeps you up to date with the news and results from all Wimbledon's 15 match courts.
TV presentation by FRED VINER MARTIN HOPKINS. JOHN SHREWS-BURY, JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , JOHN PHILIPS and JIM RESIDE Editor JONATHAN MARTIN Woddis On ..: page 19
The Cow Who Fell in the Canal by PHYLLIS KRASILOVSKY
Illustrated by PETER SPIER Presenters
Carol Chell , David Hargreaves
Today: A Lad's Lamp and The Bulk
with Simon Groom, Christopher Wenner, Tina Heath
Lending a Hand
Producer GRAEME SPURWAY
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
On Ho?ne Ground
A special series for Wimbledon fortnight in which members of the Nationwide team visit their own home ground and explore topics and places that hold a special fascination for them in London and the South East.
Tonight Hugh Scully traces London's connection with his personal hero - the Duke of Wellington.
Producer DAVID ROWLEY
The Lawn Tennis Championships
HARRY CARPENTER reports direct from the All England Club, and introduces highlights from the first round of the Men's Singles Championship, together with a review of the news, results and top stories of play on the first day.
Daily reports from Wimbledon on Ceefax page 151 onwards
Record,Sporting Themes (reh 348), cassette (ZCR 348), from record shops
The Duke cousins' main pleasure in life is beating the system and baiting the sheriff of Hazzard County where the good guys are outlaws and everybody's in-laws. A film series starring with Deputy Dukes
It's Hobson's choice for the Duke boys in jail on trumped-up charges. Reluctantly, they agree to don the hated uniforms of Deputies to escort a prisoner but Boss and Rosco omit to tell them that their charge is Public Enemy Number One.
Music specially composed and sung by WAYLON JENNINGS
Written by MARTY ROTH
Directed by WILLIAM ASHER
Uncle Jesse Duke:
with Charles Wheeler , Robin Bay and Fred Emery
Panorama's reporters at home and abroad are MICHAEL COCKERELL
RICHARD LINDLEY , TOM MANGOLD
DAVID TAYLOR and PHILIP TIBENHAM
Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY JONES Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world.
Alain Delon , Paul Scofield
John Calicos , Gayle Hunnicutt
Suspected of selling out to the Russians, Cross - an ageing CIA agent - is considered ' dispensable ' by his employers. They hire Scorpio, a skilled assassin, to kill the undercover agent - task he finds more difficult than usual.
The settings for this contemporary thriller are Washington, Vienna and Paris, but it's the sordid, murderous world of international espionage which dominates the film.
Screenplay by DAVID W. RINTELS and GERALD WILSON
Directed by MICHAEL WINNER
Directed by (First showing on British television) Films: page U
The news, the stories and the people that matter, intrigue and amuse.
Presented this week by Valerie Singleton and Donald MacCormick
Including News Headlines
Deputy editors RONALD NEIL , JOHN REYNOLDS Editor ROGER BOLTON