Frank Bough introduces your breakfast-time look at the overnight action from the Olympic Games.
Gold medals were won in: Athletics
Women's Heptathlon Triple Jump Swimming
Men's 200m Individual Medley Women's 200m Butterfly Men's 1500m Freestyle
Women's 200m Backstroke Men's 4 x 100m Medley Rowing
Women's Finals Gymnastics
Men's Apparatus Finals Weightlifting Middleweight Judo
Up to 60kg Shooting
Men's or Women's Skeet Fencing
Plus all the important news and action from the athletics qualifying rounds and semi-finals including men's 400m, 800m, 400m hurdles, javelin and the women's 100m.
Olympic Action Summary with David Icke at 7.5, 8.5, 8.50 News
Andrew Harvey at 7.30, 8.0, 8.55 Weather
Francis Wilson at 7.28, 7.58, 8.58
Stories and songs from God's wide world.
TOM HEWITT shows how Squirt came to do Mrs Buggins ' Shopping. KIM GOODY sings of things 'Big and small'.
MARK CURRY tells how the villagers faced The Plague at Eyam.
Director SID WADDELL
Producer DAVID BROWN
This is the Day
If you wish to spend some time on a Sunday morning in prayer and worship, but are unable to get to church, you are invited to join with your fellow viewers in prayer for each other, and for the world.
Today's theme is Contemplation, and the speaker is
Sister Margaret Magdalene , csmv, at her convent in Oxford.
Old Testament reading: 2 Chronicles 6, v 12 and vv 18b-21
Gospel: Mark 9, vv 2-8
Music for meditation: Jesus, where'er thy people meet (St Sepulchre)
Assistant producer STEVE CHILVER Producer JOHN KIRBY
Series producer ELIZABETH GORT
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features the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with PHILIP WRIXON
DAN CHERRINGTON , BARRY WILSON
Producers philip HICKS KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers
The last of a series offering hints and tips to budding rock musicians. This week: cross-over styles
Deirdre Cartwright (guitar), Geoff Nicholls (drums) and Henry Thomas (bass) look at some of the musical ideas covered in the series and show how mixing styles and techniques can create new sounds for your band.
Featuring CARL PALMER , GANG OF FOUR, SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES and POLICE
Assistant producer DEBORAH PERKIN Produced by chris LENT
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Robert Preston , Shirley Jones
'Seventy-six trombones' lead the big parade in one of the biggest, brightest musicals ever made.
Robert Preston repeats his Broadway performance as Professor Harold Hill , the Music Man and great American con man who turns up in 1912 to organise a boys' band - 'right here in River City'.
Screenplay by MARION HARGROVE , based on MEREDITH Wilson 's The Music Man, with his music and lyrics
Produced and directed by MORTON DACOSTA
Films: page 12
Jacey Squires, Olin Britt Ewart Dunlop, Oliver Hix:
The Buffalo Bills
Five films exploring narrow-gauge railways. 4: Slow Train to Olympia Written and narrated by Michael Wood
Travelling the little lines of the Peloponnese, local passengers rub shoulders with the rucksacks of young tourists who have come to gaze at the glory of Ancient Greece. But as the blue and gold rail car climbs into the mountains, the train is transformed as it stops in villages like Khranoi, where the line doubles as main street and centre of the community.
Film cameraman JOHN HOWARTH Producer DEREK TOWERS
BBC Manchester (Postponed from 22 July) if Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Colin Morris is the quizmaster in a battle of wits between theological students, testing their knowledge of religion and the ways of the world.
In the final contest in the series Andrew Montgomerie
Susan Penfold and Richard Steel from Ridley Hall , Cambridge face
John Corbyn , Mark Ireland and Alan Strange from Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, in the final tests of faith or fortune, creed and deed, unravelling the stories behind the headlines of The Hebrew Herald and The Bethlehem Bugle to win a prize for their college.
Director SIMON HAMMOND
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER
by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in ten episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL with, and 3: Polly and Susan Nipper have taken little Florence and her baby brother Paul to visit the Toodle family, in the hope of seeing Polly's son Biler. On the way home Florence is separated from the others and lost ...
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RODNEY BENNETT ifSubtitles on Ceefax page 170
Old Mother Brown:
Polly Toodle (Richards):
Young Walter Gay:
Songs of Praise returns with a special summer programme from the promenade of this Sussex town where Christians meet to sing in the open air.
Bexhill is a popular retirement centre, and Geoffrey Wheeler meets members of the Bexhill Caring Community to learn how they provide a network of care for the elderly. But the young also enjoy Bexhill for holidays and Geoffrey joins the Girls' Brigade at a barbecue.
0 for a thousand tongues (Lyngham); Glad that I live am I (Water-end); Give me joy (Sing Hosanna); Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour (St Helen); My song is love unknown (Love unknown); Jesus is Lord!; I bind unto myself today (St Patrick's Breastplate); The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended (St Clement)
Conductor THE REV COLIN GARWOOD Film director LELIA GUINERY-GREEN Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT Memories Are Made of This starring co-starring featuring and
Mr Walpole , the handsome golf pro, shows Captain Peacock how to swing a club - and Mrs Slocombe is holed in one.
Executive producer DAVID CROFT
Produced and directed by BOB SPIERS
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
starring Amy Irving, Richard Dreyfuss, Lee Remick
Paul Dietrich is a promising concert pianist, a frequent finalist in competitions but never a winner. The Hillman Competition in San Francisco is to be his last chance. But at the competition he has to face not only his gifted rivals but his growing love for a young contestant, the beautiful Heidi Schoonover.
(First showing on British television) Films: page 12
Written and directed by:
Heidi Joan Schoonover:
Jerry Di Salvo:
Mrs Di Salvo:
The first of six regular Sunday-night relays from the 90th season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts features
Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 5, in E minor, Op 64 played by the BBC Symphony Orchestra leader MAURICE BRETT conducted by Marek Janowski
Tchaikovsky himself conducted the first performance of his symphony in St Petersburg (Leningrad) in 1888 in the presence of Brahms.
Introduced by Richard Baker
Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN Directed by RON ISTED
(From an all-Russian concert given on 26 July. Next Sunday: Brahms' Violin Concerto, soloist Ida Haendel )
featuring live athletics from Los Angeles.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
Men's Javelin (at 1.10 am)
Will tonight's final produce another throw over the 100m barrier?
World record: U. Hohn (GDR) 104.80m 1984 Olympic record: M. Nemeth (Hun) 94.58m 1976
Olympic champion: D. Kula (USSR)
Women's 100m (at 2.35)
The explosive dash to decide the fastest woman at the Games.
World record: E. Ashford (USA) 10.79 1983 Olympic record: A. Richter (FRG) 11.01 1976 Olympic champion: L. Kondratyeva (USSR) Men's 400m Hurdles (at 2.55)
Few athletes have dominated an event as completely as ED MOSES, the Olympic champion in Montreal. After missing Moscow because of the boycott, the World champion chases his second Olympic gold medal after eight years.
World record: E. Moses (USA) 47.02 1983 Olympic record: E. Moses (USA) 47.74 1976 Olympic champion: V. Beck (GDR)
Also in tonight's session:
Women's 100m: semi-finals
Men's 110m Hurdles: second round Men's 400m: second round Women's 400m: semi-finals Men's 800m: semi-finals
Men's Long Jump: qualifying Commentators
DAVID COLEMAN , RON PICKERING
STUART STOREY , BRENDAN FOSTER
The gold medals are decided in the four
Women's Apparatus Finals
Vault, Asymmetrical Bars Beam, Floor Exercises
Commentator ALAN WEEKS Hockey
Highlights of GREAT BRITAIN'S match against NETHERLANDS.
Action - News - Results from today's other competition including boxing, diving, judo, volleyball.
Plus a look back at the Men's Rowing Finals held earlier today at Lake Casitas.
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