6.40 Social Skills Therapy: 1
7.5 Spread of Lutheranism
7.30 Injection Moulding
When Roobarb Did the Lion's Share
With ANN MORRISH
The Stones of Green Knowe by L. M. BOSTON
Today: The King and Queen
Why Don't You just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead?
Directed by HILARY MURPHY
Produced by PATRICK DOWLING
A film serial in ten episodes
The Chevalier de Recci receives his orders from the Cardinal's agent.
(For cast see page 30)
With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
BBC outside broadcast cameras are at Britain's most picturesque race-course to bring you the principal races of this popular and fashionable summer meeting.
2.15 The Tapestry Handicap (7f)
2.45 The Molecomb Stakes (5f)
3.25 The Spillers Stewards' Cup (Handicap. 6f)
BRIAN swift, who won last year's race with 50-1 Ahonoora, now seeks to complete the double with his Wokingham Stakes winner. Lord Rochford.
4.0 The Gordon Stakes (1½m) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN ,
JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER
Television presentation DENNIS MONGER Racing tips and result.; on Ceejax
A programme for children under 5
An adventure story in 13 episodes set in New Zealand in the 1860s.
7: Scott is told that his missing father is wanted for murder. Where is he? Is he guilty?
Written and devised by ROGER SIMPSON Produced by JOHN MCRAE
Directed by TOM PARKINSON
A series of five programmes This week:
Digging Up the Past
From her home in Somerset, 15-year-old Helen Oakes goes off to explore the countryside and to join young people interested in the past.
On her travels she discovers Roman soldiers in battle, people living in an Iron Age village, takes a trip on a steam train and joins up with a group of girls and boys on Exmoor trying to unravel the secrets of a deserted farm.
Film editor PHIL MUTTON
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS. BBC Bristol
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Television's most popular current affairs magazine, presented each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY, HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS , with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country.
From far and near, the programme's team of reporters, LUKE CASEY, BERNARD CLARK , SUE COOK, KEVIN COSGROVE , VERA GILBERT , DIANE HARRON , JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG. BILL KERR ELLIOTT , TONY WIL KINSON, NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and GLYN WORSNIP , bring you films and features which reflect the way life is Nationwide.
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
Arthur Lowe , John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn
The people of Walmington are no longer taking the threat of invasion seriously. The platoon, therefore, masquerade as fifth columnists to test the towns reaction. featuring
Studio director BOB SPIERS
Produced by DAVID CROFT
Chief Warden Hodges:
The saga of a land and its people in 12 parts from the epic novel by JAMES A. MICHENER
11: The Winds of Death starring
The boom years of the Great War and the 20s make Mervin Wendell wealthy through his dubious land dealings with homesteaders. But the Depression is to exact a terrible toll from one such family. Meanwhile, octogenarian Charlotte
Lloyd battles for justice for the oppressed Mexican community.
Written by JERRY ZIEGMAN
Directed by BERNIE MCEVEETY
Produced by JOHN WILDER , MACK HARDING (Final episode next Sunday)
with Richard Baker and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
Two films which tell how we have come to understand the body's astonishing ability to fight disease and what this means to a baby in the 1970s in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant. 1: Undefended Children
JEREMY STYRON , DAVID CAMP and ALASDAIR WILKINSON were all born without the ability to fight infection. Their parents were faced with pabies who contracted illness after illness, each one potentially fatal.
Robert Reid follows the developments which explain the predicament of these babies and made it Possible for one of them to have the first-ever successful transplant ofbone marrow from his sister. Written and narrated by ROBERT REID
Film editor BOB HARVEY research OLIVER MORSE Producer
A film by David Hare
With Kate Nelligan, Bill Paterson, Hugh Fraser and Clive Revill
Somewhere in England, 1941. Anna, from a sheltered home, is sent deep into the countryside to work in secret with Glaswegian journalist, Archie MacLean. She finds herself in a brutal and sinister new world.
"How often does a television programme leave one so alert and so wary?" (Sunday Times)
"'Licking Hitler' began with unnerving brilliance - impeccably in period and hypersensitive to feeling and mood." (The Times)
Hippo Hunters of the Jade Sea Written by ANTHONY SMITH
The El Molo people live on the shores of Lake Turkana, which is situated in the scorching desert of northern Kenya. Survival is not easy. It takes skill and grit to hunt crocodiles and the occasional hippopotamus.
Filmed and produced by MOHAMED AMIN Film editor RON MARTIN
BBCtv presentation by mick RHOBES