6.40 Sense Organs
7.30 Oxidation States and Metals
Story: The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
Illustrated by MINA MARTINEZ
2.30 Golden Hind Stakes (Old Mile)
3.5 Top Rank Club Victoria Cup (Handicap) (7f)
Several of the country's top seven-furlong horses clash in this traditional handicap for a first prize of over £3,500
3.40 Paradise Stakes (2m)
4.10 Crooker Bulteel Stakes (Handicap (7f)
Commentators PETER O'SLLLEVAN
JOHN HANMER , JIMMY LINDLEY Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
TV presentation DENNIS MONGER
5.0 School Careers
5.25 Interior Decoration
5.50 Urban Education: Catch as Catch Can
6.15 Chicago's Land Use
6.40 Instruments of the Orchestra
Ten films of caves and cavers 4: Caves in the Sea
Enough fresh water for five million people welling up in the open sea off Yugoslavia and a water wheel going backwards on an island in the Ionian Sea - both explained by the German speleologist, ERNST BAUER.
Producers KARL-HEINZ BORN
MICHAEL GARROD , PETER RAMSDEN
with Michael Charlton. An interview follows the News Summary Preceded by Weather
Getaway to the motor-cycle endurance event of the year, so tough it takes up to seven hours to ride the 65-mile obstacle course of moorland, forest and mountain streams.
Murray Walker is one of the enthusiasts who enjoy the Scott Trial every year, and in tonight's programme he tells the story of its Diamond Jubilee.
Director PETER CLEAVER Producer TONY SALMON Editor BRIAN ROBINS
The Director of the National Theatre
Interviewed by STEPHEN FAY
I don'like giving myself away. I don'actually like being vulnerable - understood, I suppose. So why am I doing this programme? It's very contradictory.
As Director of the National Theatre, Peter Hall is widely known, but the man himself is not well known - there is an air of calculated ambiguity about him.
This documentary - filmed both at home and at work - attempts to look behind the facade to reveal his personal style; artistic attitudes and beliefs.
Film editor GEOFFREY BOTTERILL Producer BRIDGET WINTER
Accent on rural matters; page 3
on behalf of the Conservative Party
(Also on BBC1)
by BERTOLT BRECHT
Translated by ERIC BENTLEY
Music composed byBILLSOUTHGATB
The story of the 'Chalk Circle' is an ancient Chinese proverb. In Brecht's play it is retold by a troupe of players in a war-ravaged Caucasian village of 1945. The actors: FANNY CARBY
DONALD GEE, PETER HALLIDAY
BERNARD HEPTON , PETER JEFFREY SEAN LYNCH , ROSEMARY MARTIN
JAMES MELLOR , DECLAN MULHOLLAND GWEN NELSON , JOHN NIGHTINGALE EDMUND PEGGE , LORRAINE PETERS ROBERT POWELL , BRYAN PRINGLE MAUREEN PRYOR , JOHN THAW LINDA THORSON , JOHN WELSH The children:
JULIAN GOHAR , NICHOLAS MORGAN The musicians: MURRAY KHOURI
MICHAEL LAIRD , BILL SOUTHGATE CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR
Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director BILL BAYS
(First shown on BBCU
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather
GARY WATSON reads A Boy in Church by ROBERT GRAVES