Live coverage of the fourth day in Blackpool. Commentators Robin Day and Alan Watson
Story: The Upstairs and Downstairs Clock by GEOFF LAMMAS Presenters:
DIANE DORGAN , LIONEL MORTON
Further coverage from Blackpool
for the Inauguration of The United Reformed Church at Westminster Abbey
An event considered to be one of the most significant since the Reformation is celebrated today. It is the union between the Congregational Church in England and Wales and the Presbyterian Church of England.
Service conducted by The Rev John Huxtable , Moderator of the United Reformed Church
Scene described by TOM FLEMING
Director WILLIAM CAVE
(Another chance to see part of this service: next Sunday morning, BBC1)
In-service education project for teachers
11: School and Community
with Richard Whitmore and at five-to-eight
David Holmes reporting from the Labour Party Conference at Blackpool Weather
The Bus labelled The End ...the symbol of defeat for a cyclist -once in the bus, you're out of the race.
A prize-winning documentary from Polish Television reports on a favourite continental sport. October marks the end of the outdoor cycling year, and Europa looks back on one of the top amateur races in the European cycling calendar.
' The Peace Race ' runs through Poland, East Germany and Czechoslovakia. For 16 days, over 1,000 miles, amateur cyclists test their skill and endurance. Just how much perseverance is needed as well as the rivalry and ambition which spurs on the competitors is shown by following one cyclist. He is a 21-year-old Danish student who rode in the shadow of The Bus labelled The End Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
by LEO TOLSTOY dramatised in 20 parts by JACK PULMAN who would inherit Count Bezuhov's title and estates. Pierre, his illegitimate son, was called away from Countess Rostova's name-day dinner in order to be at his death bed. In Petersburg conversation centred around Napoleon and his actions.
Cast in order of appearance
Producer DAVID CONROY Director JOHN DAVIES
(Anthony Hopkins is a National Theatre player)
(War and Peace, an 84-page illustrated guide, from newsagents price 25p)
Prince Vasili Kuragin:
Princess Lisa Bolkonskya:
Prince Andrei Bolkonsky:
Anna Scherer's guest:
Princess Maria Maria Bolkonskya:
Sir John Gielgud talking about the theatre
After more than 50 years on the stage, one of this century's greatest actors recalls people he has known and productions he has seen.
Producer JOHN DRUMMOND
Sacha Distel who tonight welcomes as his special guests Dick Emery
Michael Bentine in a review of Sacha's film career and a special appearance of the Laugh-In Telephone Girl Lily Tomlin with THE NORMAN MAEN DANCERS
Vocal backings THE LADYBIRDS
PETER KNIGHT AND HIS ORCHESTRA Special musical arrangements PETER KNIGHT, NICK INGMAN Choreography NORMAN MAEN Sound LEN SHOREY
Design ROBIN TARSNANE Dick Emery 's sketch
JOHN WARREN and JOHN SINGER Film sketch MICHAEL BENTINE Script RONNIE TAYLOR
Producer MICHAEL HURLL
Two spoilt young girls, trying to overcome boredom, decide to contribute to the decadent materialistic society in which they live. Vera Chytilova , whose latest film The Fruit of Paradise was shown at this year's Edinburgh Festival, is one of the world's most accomplished woman directors.
Screenplay by VERA CRYTILOVA and ESTER KRUMBACHOVA, based on a story by VERA CHYTILOVA Producers BOHUMIL SMIDA LADISLAV FIKAR
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Man about town with butterfly collection julius:
With TONY BILBOW
Editor ROWAN AYERS