6.40 Computing - String Processing
7.5 Reading Development
7.30 Maths: Measurable Functions
Story: "The Duck Pond"
Presenters: Karen Platt, Lionel Morton
Show Jumping from Hickstead
Further coverage of this afternoon's events in the International Arena of the All England Jumping Course.
The Third Test:
England v Australia from Headingley
Further coverage up to the close of play.
6.40 Memory and Forgetting
7.5 Physiological Adaptation
with Richard Kershaw
Every weekday evening an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary
Preceded by Weather
The Sale at Stagbatch Farm
One evening there was an annoying incident about straying animals and Lewis Holland, 73 years old and tired, decided to sell up the farm where he had toiled all his life. In the exciting weeks that followed he discovered he was worth a fortune and the whole farming community turned up on a day in September to see what the grand total would be when the last of his effects went under the hammer.
Film editor :
A repeat showing of four of the documentaries featuring some of the world's leading orchestras.
3: The Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam
Conductor Bernard Haitink
The music extracts include Strauss's Ein Heldenleben, Ravel's Mother Goose Suite, Brahms's Symphony No 4, Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, Mahler's Symphony No 1. Filmed in the Concertgebouw and the city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
Film editor Richard SIDWELL Producer IAN ENGELMANN
Co-produced by BBCtv and RM Productions Munich
A dramatisation of ten short stories written in the 1920s. Billie Whitelaw and John Hurt in The Fifty Pound Note from a. E. coppARD's Fifty Pounds dramatised by ROBERT MULLER with Michael Gough and Vanda Godsell
1929 ... Philip and Lally live together in poverty, but their happiness is shown to be one-sided when Lally puts Philip to the test.
Make-up ELIZABETH MOSS Costume MICHAEL BURDLE Designer MARJORIE PRATT Producer PIETER ROGERS
Director MARK CULLINGHAM
Book (same title), 95p, from bookshops
Test Match Highlights: England v Australia
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the second day's play.
TV presentation BILL TAYLOR , MIKE ADLEY Producer DAVID KENNING
Beware of Trains
Britain's railways are bust and bankrupt as never before. For more than 20 years they have been fighting a losing battle with the roads for passengers and freight. Now British Rail must ask the Government for more than £340 million to guarantee survival in 1975. But can the nation afford the railways? Should they be scrapped or do they still provide a vital service?
RICHARD WAKELY reports.
Producer JAMES BUTLER
Assistant editor PAUL ELLIS
Editor JOHN DEKKER
Presented by Peter Woods Weather
DAVID MARKHAM reads
Not at Home by ROBERT GRAVES