Today the Labour Party Conference opens in Central Hall, Westminster and BBC2 cameras will bring live coverage of the debates Reporting team
Robin Day, Richard Wakely
12.30* Morning Report
A round-up of the debates
1974 All Blacks Tour Wales XV v
Not since 1953 has Wales managed to beat the All Blacks. Todays match will be recorded as ' 'unofficial,' but to the Welsh team, containing some of the illustrious British Lions, it will be an uncompromising attempt to win.
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH recalls action from 40 years of fierce encounters between these two sides in the company of former Welsh captains CLAUDE DAVEY (1935), BLEDDYN WILLIAMS (1953), CLIVE ROWLANDS (1963), NORMAN GALE (1967) and DELME THOMAS (1972). BILL MCLAREN describes the whole of today's match in Cardiff.
Television presentation by DEWI GRIFFITHS
3: Who runs the schools?
Demands for more power now come from several quarters. Parents, teachers, politicians, pupils, should they all have a say? Presented by SUE LAWLEY
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Series editor GORDON CROTON
with Robin Day brings you the day's News Summary and an interview with a prominent personality. Preceded by Weather
Fork Right at the Fox and Rabbit The RAC Rally of Great Britain is the largest motor sporting event of the year. During the four day rally a million spectators line the route which runs for 2,000 miles, most of it through remote and spectacular mountain scenery. Why does the rally of the forests spark off so much enthusiasm?
Stuart Turner , Britain's best-known rally writer and manager, looks for some of the answers.
Producer TONY SALMON Editor BRIAN ROBINS
About 4,600 years ago, it took 100,000 men 20 years to build the Great Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. Ever since then speculation and mystery have surrounded this architectural masterpiece which is one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
For 25 years Hubert Paulsen , a retired Danish architect, has been working on a new theory about the geometric principles on which the Great Pyramid was built. In this Chronicle programme he gives us an insight into the mathematical genius of the Ancient Egyptians, and suggests that there may still be an undiscovered burial chamber at the centre of the Pyramid.
A JORGEN ROOS FILM
Presented by ANTONIA BENEDEX
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE Puzzle of the pyramids: page 5
Tonight the popular folk and country music singer returns to the Old Palace of Hatfield to introduce
Fivepenny Piece - the melodious Mancunians and John D. Loudermilk-the prolific American composer and singer.
Musical director JEREMY LUBBOCK Television director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
Who will come face to face with David Frost ?
Director MIKE CATHERWOOD
Assistant producer BARBARA maxwell Producer- JAIN JOHNSTONE
on behalf of the Conservative Party (Also on BBC1)
starring Elizabeth Taylor
Mia Farrow , Robert Mitchum
Leonora, a faded streetwalker, is ' adopted' by Cenci, a strange, waif-like young girl who insists the older woman is her mother. Leonora finds herself drawn to the mysterious child. And enters Cenci's weird, ambiguous world. Director
This Week's Films: page 23
David Holmes ; Weather
RICHARD BEBB reads An Arundel Tomb by PHILIP LARKIN