Story: The Clever Crow (traditional) Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , RICK JONES
Pianist PETER GOSLING Designer KATHY PEARCE
Scriptwriter and director PETER WILTSHIRE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
England v Australia Second day
The final two hours' play direct from The Oval
with Peter Woods
Reporting the world tonight with the BBC's reporters and correspondents at home and abroad Weather
The Cave Divers
Near the Luxembourg border of Belgium the River Lesse plunges into the limestone heart of the Ardennes mountains. Before it emerges again it passes through miles of echoing stalactite-hung caverns which for a long time have been one of Belgium's chief tourist attractions.
But for even longer the caves have been a place of refuge, where refugees have left 5,000 years of debris behind them on the river bottom making this one of Europe's richest and most unusual underwater sites.
Chronicle invited three distinguished British archaeologists - Professor Barry Cunliffe , Professor Colin Renfrew and Dr Anna Ritchie - to spend a day with the divers and discuss their finds as they were brought up dripping from the river bottom.
Written and introduced by Magnus Magnusson
Producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
with Percy Thrower from Scotland
Cawdor Castle, Nairn
In the formal gardens of the castle are roses, lavender and summer and shrub borders, among many other features and plants which PERCY THROWER Will be looking at.
Producer BILL DUNCALF
Colin Welland and Ian Wooldridge WOOLDRIDGE meets ...
Clough of the ' County
Brian Clough is blunt, abrasive, controversial, professional ... and he's managed Derby County to the Football League championship. Wooldridge observes and talks with him in a special film on the eve of the soccer season. WELLAND considers ... Sport and Drama
The man who has himself written plays centred round a rugby tour and a walking race considers the relationship between sport and the stage - and looks at some of the outstanding sporting portrayals-with actor Tom Courtenay and playwright Willis Hall.
Directors BOB ABRAHAMS , TERRY LONE Assistant editor KEN HAWKES Editor PHIL PILLEY
Otto Klemperer conducts the complete cycle in sequence with the New Philharmonia Orchestra led by EMANUEL HURWITZ
The nine symphonies were recorded at a series of public concerts in the Royal Festival Hall during the Beethoven bicentenary year, 1970. The cycle is now repeated to mark the occasion of Otto Klemperer 's retirement.
Tonight: Symphony No 6, in F major (Pastoral)
England v Australia
RICHIE BENAL-D introduces highlights of the second day's play at The Oval.