7.15 Climates of the Past. 7.40 The Objector. 8.5 Development of Brain and Behaviour.
With the PLAYBOARD PUPPET THEATRE and CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP Hare and Tortoise
Written and directed by JUDY WHITFIELD Produced by MICHAEL COLE
Views of young Asians on matters of social, cultural and political concern or conflict as expressed by members of the Gujerati Youth Centre, Leytonstone.
Studio director KRISHAN GOULD Producer SALEEM SHAHED BBC Birmingham
The last programme in the series examines the contribution of the present century and ranges from Edwardian furniture through Utility and on to tubular steel. The final part of the programme is a discussion on the present and future prospects for English furniture, featuring
Barry Ereolani , John Makepeace Arthur Negus and Hugh Scully
Production PAUL SMITH , ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
Book (same title), £6.00, from bookshops
"Jesus has spoken: His is the word, ours the obedience."
The service known as General Communion, from St Mark's Church, North End, Portsmouth.
Celebrant The Rev Christopher Beardsley, assisted by the Vicar, The Rev Bill Sargent
The day of resurrection (Ellacombe); Pray that Jerusalem may have peace and felicity (York); Bright the vision that delighted (Redhead).
The rev Christopher
The Rev Bill
with PHILIP WRIXON-
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
A spectacular epic production of the conflict between the Egyptians and the Israelites-with Gina Lollobrigida as the queen who is convinced that her feminine charms are stronger weapons than military might.
Screenplay by ANTHONY veiller PAUL DUDLEY and GEORGE BRUCE
Based on a story by CRANE WILBUR Produced by TED RICHMOND
Director KING VIDOR. Films: page 15
Olympic news, action and results introduced by Frank Bough including
Athletics from the Lenin Stadium 10,000m Final at 5.35*
Finland's four-time gold medallist LASSE yiREN won this event both in Munich in 1972 and Montreal in 1976. Britain's entrants are the popular BRENDAN FOSTER , MIKE MCLEOD and GEOFF SMITH. Women's 800m Final
Men's 110m Hurdles Semi-finals and Final
Men's Javelin Final
Men's 200m First and Second Rounds
Britain's fastest-ever sprinter ALLAN WELLS from Scotland has achieved world-class times in this event this year.
Women's 400m Semi-finals Men's 400m First Round
Women's 100m Hurdles First Round
Men's Discus Qualifying
Men's Long Jump Qualifying Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY
The final session of competition in the Olympic Pool features five finals:
Women's 800m Freestyle
Men's 400m Individual Medley Women's 200m Backstroke Men's 100m Freestyle
The Blue Riband event to decide the fastest swimmer at the Games. Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay Commentators
ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND
ALAN WEEKS reports on the opening dives of the Men's Highboard event with Britain's Commonwealth Champion, CHRIS SNODE , competing.
TONY GtBBA reports on the climax of the Olympic Regatta with eight Finals rowed today over the 2,000m Olympic course. ,
Plus news and reports on todays other Olympic action, including boxing, judo and weightlifting
Studio producer MARTIN HOPKINS News editor MIKE MURPHY
Organising producer ALEC WEEKS Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Executive producer ALAN HART
with John Edmunds Weatherman
with Thora Hird
For her last programme in this year's series of viewers' letters and hymn requests, Thora thinks about old age and remembrance. 'The last post' is played once more from the chapel of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, and she closes with perhaps the best loved of all hymns -' Abide with me'.
The Lord's my Shepherd (Crimond); How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (St Peter ); Immortal, invisible (St Denio); God be in my head (God be in my head); Onward Christian soldiers (St Gertrude); 0 valiant hearts (The supreme sacrifice); The last post and reveille; Drop, drop slow tears; Abide with me (Eventide)
Director INGRID DUPFELL
Producer ELIZABETH GORT
John Voight , Paul Winfield
Assigned as a teacher to a remote island off the coast of South Carolina, Pat Conroy finds that he has only 21 pupils. Unfortunately none of them can read or write, they hate school and have no future on the isolated outpost of civilisation. This deeply affecting movie traces the true story of how Conroy - called ' Conrack ' by the children - gradually led them to literacy and dignity. Jon Voight gives probably his finest performance as the idealistic young teacher, in a work of great warmth and humanity,
Screenplay by IRVING RAVETCH and HARRIET FRANK JR
Based on the book The Water is Wide by PAT CONROY
Produced by MARTIN RITT and IRVING RAVETCH
Directed by MARTIN RITT
(First showing on British television) Films: page 15
Mr Spaulding ROBERT:
by JAMES BRIDIE
A Lamentable Comedy of Knox, Burke and Hare and the West Port Murders. adapted for television by RONALD MAVOR starring
' It is how everyone speaks of Dr Knox. He is horrible. He is conceited. He is overdressed. He is ugly. He is pompous. He's rude. He is a married man and he is forever dancing attendance on unmarried females. And everyone knows he is hand in glove with the sack-'em-up men! '
Lighting GEORGE FERGUSON Sound NORMAN CANLIN Designer ALEX GOURLAY
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Directed by JULIAN AMYES BBC Scotland
Mary Belle Dishart:
Lord Justice Clerk:
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of today's Olympic competition featuring athletics, swimming and rowing finals
Faced with the poverty and suffering of the Third World, many people want to help, but are put off by the size of the problem. Some charity organisations now realise that we will give more willingly to ' somebody we know '. One result is ' postal parents ' - individual sponsorship of a Third World child. ' Every penny you give goes to support your child and your child's programme.' This is the promise that has made Action in Distress one of Britain's fastest growing new charities.
This Everyman report by Peter France , first shown earlier this year, begins with two families in England who are ' postal parents ' and goes to India to discover that the reality for their children is not quite what they imagine.
Producer PETER ARMSTRONG
Everyman editor ANDREW BARR