Story: "Splodges and Squares" Written and illustrated by Joanne Cole
Presenters this week: Toni Arthur, Kerry Jewel
(Repeated at 4.5 pm)
Writer/Illustrator (Splodges and Squares):
One-Day International Cricket England v Australia from Edgbaston
Coverage through to the completion of this final game of three 55-over matches for the Prudential Trophy and total prize money of £4,000.
Having failed to regain the Ashes the young Australian team would consider it some compensation to return home victors in this first-ever series of one-day internationals.
RICHIE BENAUD , JIM LAKER Introduced by MIKE CAREY
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and NICK HUNTER
The Rothmans 50,000
MURRAY WALKER and BARRIE GILL report direct from Brands Hatch on today's big Bank Holiday event with total prize money of £50,000 including a first prize of £20,000.
TV presentation by BRIAN ROBINS and TONY SALMON
Sir John Betjeman revisits the Isle of Man, which he has known and loved since student days, and finds that the magnetism of the past is still present in The Ancient Kingdom of Man.
with Richard Whitmore
Reporting the world tonight with the BBC's reporters and correspondents at home and abroad
adapted for television by Michael Gilbert
starring Alastair Sim, Roy Dotrice, Avice Landon and Thorley Walters
with guest star Raymond Huntley
(First shown on BBC1)
Clerk of the Court:
Sir Joshua Hoot QC:
Mr Justice Swallow:
A series of six programmes
1: The Case Against Foreign Aid, with
Professor Peter Bauer
"The foreign aid crusade is a gigantic confidence trick. A well-meaning public has been conned by a motley coalition ... which includes ... disillusioned, power -- and money -- hungry academics, temperamental do-gooders and politicians in search of publicity."
In tonight's discussion from the Royal Institution, PROFESSOR PETER BAUER of the London School of Economics argues that foreign aid from the rich to the poor countries is rarely beneficial and often harmful. Among those who disagree with him are Judith Hart MP, and Lord Caradon; and they, and others, tackle Professor Bauer on some of his views.
Introduced by Professor Sir George Porter
Director: STUART HARRIS
Producer: KARL SABBAGH
by Sir George
by Joan Morahan
A cottage by the sea, sun, wine and the company of two attractive women. Larry's in his element but as usual he has to go too far.
Some of the best from one of the best Western film series ever made
The tenants of a village on Don Sebastian's land find the money to buy it, but Don Sebastian repudiates his earlier promise to sell. The origin of the money is called in question and the villagers' fate hangs in the balance.
featuring Salena Jones
Doris Troy , Esther Marrow guest David Snell
Everybody fluffed up and got in touch
DORIS TROY 'S description of what happened in a smoky club in Birmingham when three welltempoed ladies stood up to sing for half an hour.
Nobody sings their latest record, they simply bring a new vitality to the songs, some strong, some gentle, that gives a sparkle to that current expression for doing it well - ' getting it together.'
From Opposite Lock Club. Birmingham Musical arranger JOHN BELL
Musical director MARTYN FORD Director MIKE BEGG
Producer PHILIP LEWIS
A series of seven programmes in which Mary Marquis and Donald MacCormick present personalities and performances from the 26th Edinburgh International Festival