Story: A Tree Alone written by E. A. DUNKIN
Illustrated by JULEK HELLER Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , DON SPENCER
The Chairing Ceremony
Each year a chair is awarded to the winner of the main competition for poetry written in the traditional strict metre. The identity of the successful poet will be revealed during this afternoon's colourful ceremony. Commentator ALUN WILLIAMS
Television presentation by DAFYDD PEATE (Simultaneous commentary in Welsh by R. Alun Evans on BBC Wales) Jealous of the bard: page 4
Second Test: England v Pakistan
Further coverage of the first day's play including the closing overs direct from Lord's
Women's International Golf: The Colgate European Open Championship
The latest news and action on the afternoon's play of the first day of this fascinating new Tournament.
Two people of opposing views discuss an issue of the day - with Michael Dean in the chair.
Six programmes on the civilisations of Turkey: written and introduced by John Julius Norwich 1: After the Flood
The first programme of this series
In which LORD NORWICH unravels the extraordinary history of the land we now know as Turkey. This week's programme, shot entirely on location, returns to the earliest beginnings and recounts the civilisations of Asia Minor up to the coming of the Greeks.
If you are susceptible to the appeal of antiquity, and feet a sense of membership of history, you can' see these places and hear their names pronounced without a shiver of deliflht
(PETER BLACK: DAILY MAIL)
Film cameraman john BAKER
Film editor ANNA BERSON GYLES Producer DAVID CHESHIRE
by H. G. WELLS : another chance to see this dramatisation in four parts by ALUN RICHARDS. Part 3
Winter in Wyoming, where hot water spurts from the ground, cauldrons of boiling mud bubble, geysers erupt and vast clouds of steam arise to envelop a startling display of primeval nature.
Producer and director ROBIN LEHMAN
with special guest Ronnie Corbett featuring Adrienne Posta with Paul Greenwood and Segment
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE
Script by GEOFF ROWLEY and ANDY BAKER Script editor PETER ROBINSON Ronnie Corbett 's material by SPIKE ML'LLINS
Executive producer JOHN AMMONDS Producer VERNON LAWRENCE
The Ship of Good Hope
In the summer of 1948 the Empire Windrush arrived in England from Jamaica with the first Commonwealth immigrants - looking for a promised land.
Three of these 500 on board for whom the promise was fulfilled-SAM KING , VIDAL DEZONIE and EUTON CHRISTIAN - tell the story of that historic voyage.
Narrator JAMES CAMEROM
Producer STEPHEN PEET Director JANE OLIVER
Peter Dorling; Weather