6.40 Fixing and Floating. 7.5 Low Pay.
7.30 Israel and the Occupied Lands.
Presented by SAM DALE Dots and Gaps
Newspaper photographs are made up of lots of dots. But there are as many gaps as dots.
Story animation MIREK LANG and ANNA FODOROVA
Directed by MARTIN FISHER
Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE
A feature film starring
Walter Brennan , Fay Bainter Brenda Joyce , John Payne
Following the death of her husband in a riding accident, strongwilled Charlotte Danfield orders the horse shot and her famous stables closed. She becomes a near recluse at the vast estate in Maryland. But she reckons without her young son's instinct for horses and the tenacity of her former trainer, William, who enters a magnificent horse in the Maryland Hunt Cup - and provides a thrilling climax to the story.
Screenplay by ETHEL HILL , JACK ANDREWS Produced by DARRYL F. ZANUCK
Directed by HENRY KING. Films: page 19
The Sun Alliance
PGA Championship from
Royal St Georges,
Sandwich HARRY CARPENTER introduces coverage of the final round as the leaders set off in their bid to take the £11,660 first prize.
Introduced by Frank Bough
1.50; 2.25; 3.0*
Racing from Chepstow
2.0 The Jeep-Christie's Ladies' Championship (Hunter Steeplechase. 3m 3f)
2.35 The Jeep-Christie's Gentlemen's Championship (Hunter Steeplechase. 3m 3f)
3.10 The Filton Stakes (H'cap. 7f)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
RICHARD PITMAN and JIMMY LINDLEY
Show Jumping from Hickstead
The Lambert and Butler Prix des Nations for the Edward, Prince of Wales Challenge Cup
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Ireland, Sweden and Australia have all sent Olympic-strength teams to challenge Great Britain's current supremacy in world team competition.
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
2.45; 3.20; 4.45* Athletics from Alexander Stadium, Birmingham
The CAU Inter-Counties Championships
SEBASTIAN COE , continuing his preparation for Moscow, runs for Yorkshire in the Mile, and GEOFF CAPES looks set for his 11th Inter-Counties title. Surrey, the holders, will face a strong challenge from Middlesex and Yorkshire. The special Women's Invitation events, the 800 and 3,000m, should attract strong entries. Organised by the CAU in association with British Meat.
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
Swimming from the Derby Baths, Blackpool The ASA National Championships The final day of this four-day meeting, where to win a national title is the pinnacle of swimming achievement in this country. Two years ago, SHARRON DAVIES won seven titles. Today she is favourite to win the final race of the meeting, the 400m Individual Medley. Organised by the ASA in association with Optrex. Commentators
ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND
International Golf from Royal St Georges, Sandwich The Sun Alliance
The final round reaches its climax as the leaders come into camera range. Commentators PETER ALLISS CUVE CLARK and ALEX HAY
5.50* Final Score
1.50 Racing; 2.10 Show Jumping
2.25 Racing: 2.45 Athletics; 3.0 Racing
3.20 Swimming/Athletics; 3.45 Golf
4.45 Show Jumping/Athletics/Swimming
5.50 Final Score
* Timings subject to alteration TV presentation:
Racing JOHN MCNICHOLAS
Show Jumping FRED viner Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY
Swimming JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Golf DAVID KENNING , RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand HAROLD ANDERSON
Racing results from all the main meetings on Ceefax
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
All other English regions: Regional News
with Jimmy Savile , OBE Dear Jimmy, May 7 ...
Appear in ' Star Wars '? Visit an oil rig?
Meet the Boomtown Rats? Go to Singapore? Be a ballerina?
In this special Spring Bank Holiday programme JIMMY SAVILE makes these and other dreams come true.
Lighting DUNCAN BROWN Director STANLEY APPEL Producer ROGER ORDISH
from the Bahamas
Eleven top international sportsmen from seven countries compete in this fourth World Championship. At stake - reputations and$132,000 in prize money. From Great Britain:
Brian Jacks , the undefeated British and International Superstars Champion
John Sherwood , the ' Past Masters ' Champion who won every event in his heat. From Canada:
Brian Budd , for two years running, the World Superstars Champion. From the USA:
Charles White , the USA Men's Superstars Champion who plays football for the USC Trojans
Russ Francis , runner-up in the USA finals. Plays football for the New England Patriots
Joe Theismann , also a footballer with the Washington Redskins
Marty Hogan , twice national champion at racquetball. From Austria:
Toni Innauer , Olympic Gold
Medallist at the 70m ski-jump. From Switzerland:
Erich Schaerer , Olympic Gold and Silver Medallist at the bobsleigh. From Israel:
Moshe Ganzi , the water-ski champion from the International Superstars Championship. From Ireland:
Bernard Brogan , the 1980 Irish Superstars Champion who plays Gaelic football. Commentators
DAVID VINE, RON PICKERING
Produced for ABCtv by CHRIS CARMODY BBC production team
NEIL ECCLES, DEANNA HANNEY
Produced in collaboration with TRANS WORLD INTERNATIONAL and CANDID PRODUCTIONS INC
Producer PETER HYLTON CLEAVER
The end of the saga?
For many people this is the moment they have been waiting for - The Shooting of J.R.
In a dramatic climax Southfork becomes a house divided. The Ewing family draws apart. And hatred, nursed for so long now, inspires thoughts of murderous revenge - toward just one man ...
Written by RENA DOWN
Directed by IRVING J. MOORE
J R Ewing:
Sue Ellen Ewing:
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
The feature film starring
Dustin Hoffman Fayc Dunaway
Meet Jack Crabb , pioneer, adopted Indian, drunk, con-artist and adventurer. At 121 years of age he is all set to tell of his life and times, and of the West as it really was. Most importantly, of the climax of his adventures as the only white survivor at the infamous Battle of the Little Bighorn where General Custer led his forces into a massacre. Custer is portrayed as a ruthless megalomaniac in this sprawling, epic movie which combines comedy and tragedy in its story of the emergence of the West. Dustin Hoffman gives his most extraordinary performance in the title role-playing Crabb from teenager to the 121-year-old storyteller.
Screenplay by CALDER WILLINGHAM
Based on the novel by THOMAS BERGER Produced by STUART MILLER Directed by ARTHUR PENN
(First showing on British television) Films: page 19
Allardyce T Merriweather:
Old Lodge Skins CHIEF:
Wild Bill Hickok:
a personal view of the European countryside by David Bellamy
One Small Corner
You won't find a bergamot on a British fruit stall but you'll smell it every time you open a bottle of good cologne. At Reggio Calabria , in the toe of Italy, DAVID BELLAMY discovers the bergamot orchards and some surprising industries.
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY