(Details see BBC1 at 4.10 pm)
BBC outside broadcast cameras cover four races on the traditionally most popular day of Glorious Goodwood.
2.35 The Wills Embassy Stakes (Final: 5f)
3.10 The Singleton Handicap (5f)
3.40 The Goodwood Cup (2m 5f)
Can TONY MURRAY 'S mount King Levanstell complete the rare Queen Alexandra/Goodwood Cup double?
4.10 The Gordon Stakes (ljm)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
TV presentation DENNIS MONGER
Malcolm Muggeridge and Gore Vidal discuss an issue of the day, with Michael Dean in the chair.
Producer MICHAEL HILL. See page 5
The last in a series of programmes with Robert Erskine Walls That Speak
Splendid temples, baths, and forums grew up to adorn the Roman city of Lepcis Magna , on the Libyan coast; the theatre and the amphitheatre provided the citizens with entertainment. We can still follow in detail the fortunes of Lepcis for four centuries : from its early commercial success, to its gradual eclipse beneath the sand.
Producer GEOFFREY BAINES
by H. G. WELLS : another chance to see this dramatisation in four parts by ALUN RICHARDS
Mr Lewisham was forced to leave Whortley, where he had spent idyllic hours with Ethel Hender son. Three years later he is attending the Normal School of Science in Kensington. Part 2
The technique of taking to the air has preoccupied man through the ages and has come to fruition in many forms, with or without engines, successful or unsuccessful.
A film produced and directed by ROBIN LEHMAN
with special guest Rod Hull and Emu featuring Adrienne Posta with Paul Greenwood and Segment ALYN AINSWORTH
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE
Script by GEOFF ROWLEY and ANDY BAKER Script editor PETER ROBINSON
Executive producer JOHN AMMONDS Producer VERNON LAWRENCE
The Burston School Strike
' We want our teachers back: we want justice' ran the placards carried by the schoolchildren when they came out on strike in the village of Burston in Norfolk. It was 1 April 1914, but the children were not fooling: they were convinced that their much-loved teachers, TOM and ANNIE HIGDON , had been unjustly dismissed on a trumped-up charge.
Their dismissal split the village. On the one side were the school managers, led by the vicar and well-to-do farmers: on the other side were the farmworkers and railwaymen of Burston, whose children were on strike.
The Burston School Strike became a national issue - and the strikers won. With the help of labour organisations from all over the country the Higdons built a strike school on the village green - and continued to teach there for over 20 years. Narrator James Cameron
Film editor JOHN BARNES Producer STEPHEN PEET
Memories of pupil power.... : page 4
Presented by David Holmes Weather