7.15 Hormones and Homeostasis
7.40 The Newcomer
8.5 Tunnels and Tunnelling
Views of young Asians on matters of social, cultural and political concern or conflict. The first part of a discussion between a group of young Asian girls in Birmingham which includes a community worker, social worker and teacher.
Studio director KRISHAN COULD
Producer SALEEM SHAHED. BBC Birmingham
ADAM HOPKINS in conversation with PETER NEWSAM who is Education Officer-that is Chief Executive - for the Inner London Education Authority.
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JENNY ROGERS
The last of 20 programmes Marriage Russian-style
And Goodbye, Summer: Episode 15
Production assistant MARY SPRENT Producer TERRY DOYLE
A second-stage Italian language series: the last of ten programmes looking at Italy today. Economia e Industria
Despite post-war economic ' miracles ', Italy's economy appears to be in a state of permanent crisis. Presented by DENIS MACK SMITH
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI
with Roy Hudd and Irene Thomas
This week a lady in retirement who grows prize-winning irises and three men retired from railways, steel and mines in south Wales, who have taken up industrial archaeology.
from St Magnus Cathedral, Orkney Worship in this ancient and beautiful Kirkwall cathedral follows the Church of Scotland pattern.
Minister THE REV WILLIAM CANT
Psalm 84. vv 1-5, How lovely is thy dwelling place (Harington); Praise the Lord (Austrian hymn); Breathe on me. breath of God (Carlisle); Love divine, all loves excelling (Blaenwern); Psalm 72, vv 17-19, His name for ever shall endure (Effingham).
Organist RICHARD HUGHES
Television presentation RALPH SMITH BBC Scotland
with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN RENYON BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers BILL GII.ES
A series of ten programmes, spanning six centuries, which features Arthur Negus enjoying his favourite subject - furniture.
4: Queen Anne and Early Georgian Cabinet-makers exploit the fashion for curved shapes - typified by the new cabriole leg - and the splendid decorative effects that could be achieved in walnut.
Presented by HUGH SCULLY
Production PAUL SMITH , ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
Starring Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, David Farrar
with Herbert Marshall
Tony Curtis romps through this Hollywood excursion into English history displaying great athletic prowess in combat - armed and unarmed. Many spectacular and ferocious battle scenes punctuate the tale of treachery against King Henry IV before life can return to the medieval essentials of jousting and drinking.
Films: page 9
Based on the novel "Men of Iron" by:
Earl of Alban:
Earl of Mackworth:
King Henry IV:
Introduced by Frank Bough
The GRE Games (incorporating the UK Championships) from Crystal Palace
Twelve track finals and six field event finals are on the programme today as Britain's top athletes stake their claim for Olympic selection.
Organised by the BAAB in association with Guardian Royal Exchange.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
The Stella Artois Championships from Queen's Club
The final of this major grass court championship, played on the magmncem courts of Queen's Club, West London. With Wimbledon just one week away, success here is all-important. Commentators
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT International
The Benson and Hedges Championships from Cardiff Castle
The final stages of the three-day competition in which the world's top amateur and professional riders compete for prize money of £20,000.
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY Tennis JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Show Jumping DEWI GRIFFITHS
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand HAROLD ANDERSON
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
by Neil Munro.
The last of six parts dramatised by Tom Wright.
At the ball at Inveraray Castle, Count Victor learns the true identity of the mysterious 'Drimdarroch'. He and Sim MacTaggart fight a duel. Sim is badly wounded and Count Victor is locked up in the cellar at Inveraray Castle. But he manages to escape.
Duchess of Argyll:
Duke of Argyll:
appeals on behalf of the Alone in London Service which helps homeless young people who are alone in London for the first time and are seeking a fresh start in life.
Donations to [address removed]
with Thora Hird
Since last Christmas viewers have been writing to Thora telling her about the hymns they love the best. Today she returns with a new series of Your Songs of Praise Choice, in which she reads as many letters and includes as many favourite hymns as she can.
Director INGRID DUFFELL Producer ELIZABETH GORT
(For hymns see Monday at 3.35 pm)
Starring Omar Sharif, Catherine Deneuve
with James Mason, Ava Gardner, James Robertson Justice, Genevieve Page
Frustrated politically by his autocratic father, irritated by his wife and bored by his mistress, Crown Prince Rudolf, heir to the Emperor Franz Josef, seems condemned to an arid life until a chance meeting with the innocent, 22-year-old Maria Vetsera sweeps him into a whirlwind of passion and intrigue.
Screenplay by TERENCE YOUNG
Based on the novel Mayerling, historical documentation by CLAUDE ANET and the novel Archduke by MICHAEL ARNOLD Produced by ROBERT DORFMANN
Directed by TERENCE YOUNG . Films: page 9
Emperor Franz Josef:
Prince of Wales:
Private Arrangements by DAVID CRANE , starring
In addition to Lord Champlieu animals Blair decides to fly out a two-legged creature also being hunted in Africa.
Series devised by eric PAICE and N. j. CRISP Script editor JOHN BRASON Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director MARC MILLER
At the heart of the events which make news lie deeper concerns. This week Peter France considers the strengths and weaknesses of the values behind this week's headlines.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF Producers
DAVID M. THOMPSON and COLIN CAMERON
Introduced by .Jimmy Hill
Featuring action highlights of today's two games in the 1980 European Football Championship. Earlier this evening England faced Italy in the Stadio Communale, Turin, the home ground of Juventus, the club side who are the backbone of the Italian national team. England's other opponents in Group Two, Spain and Belgium, met this afternoon in Milan.
KEVIN KEEGAN says: 'Roberto Bettega, of Juventus, is an old adversary of mine from previous
England-Italy matches, Having been brought up in an ultra-tight defensive system, he is used to playing a lone hand, often isolated in his opponents' half but able to make the most of chances when they come his way. He is a strong player, who can shake off his marker and he has split-second reaction.'
In the studio to add their views will be LAWRIE MCMENEMY and LOU MACARI, and there will be comments from England's captain KEVIN KEEGAN.
Commentators JOHN MOTSON and BARRY DAVIES
Producers FRED VINER and JIM RESIDE
Editor MIKE MURPHY
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The Stella Artois Championships
'Highlights of this afternoon's men's singles and doublesfinale from
Queen's Club, West London. Introduced by TONY GUBBA
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON