Today's story: "Hilda Goes Out to Tea" by Jill Tomlinson
Author (Hilda Goes Out to Tea):
The Lawn Tennis Championships: The First Round of the Ladies' Singles
direct from the All England Club
The second day in the world's greatest tennis tournament
Harry Carpenter introduces the pick of the action on the Wimbledon show courts, and provides all the news and results from the outside courts.
Billie-Jean King and Margaret Court have won seven Wimbledon Singles titles between them. Will they meet in a repeat of their 1970 Championship battle? Or will the young brigade, led by Evonne Goolagong and Chris Evert, upset the predictions?
and from 4.50
Second Test: England v New Zealand
Further coverage including the closing overs from Lord's
Cliff Michelmore introduces the last programme of the current series covering the world of motoring.
Tonight Gordon Wilkins reviews the progress made by Japanese car manufacturers in the development of the Wankel rotary piston engine.
And as Wheelbase takes its summer break Judith Jackson reports on a British experiment to create motoring holidays in the Seychelles without damage to the scenery of these unspoilt islands in the Indian Ocean.
Wheelbase will be back in September
In this series Yehudi Menuhin helps gifted young violinists to perfect their interpretation of three well-loved concertos.
Tonight: Bruch's Concerto No 1 in G minor - first recorded by Menuhin as a boy prodigy in 1931. Before an audience of music students, the great violinist is joined by Marcia Crayford and Michael Bochmann.
(On 3 July: Bach's Violin Concerto in A minor)
Yehudi Menuhin's Choice: page
People with Unusual Enthusiasms
Farmer Norman Tulip from Northumberland carves rams' horns into exquisite shepherds' crooks. Each one takes over 300 hours to create and his homemade collection is unique.
by Peter Ransley
[Starring] Michele Dotrice, Ruth Dunning, Denholm Elliott, Richard Vernon, Dennis Waterman, Billie Whitelaw
Another chance to see this series of plays, for which Billie Whitelaw won the Best Actress of the Year award from the SFTA.
Ted Swan, night superintendent of a mental hospital, finds his routine existence disturbed by a train of events he cannot control.
Billie Whitelaw's winning ways: page 11
Highlights of today's outstanding match
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
with John Edmunds; Weather