6.40 Computing - Multiprogramming
7.5 Reading Development
7.30 The Role of Government
Live coverage of the last morning of the Labour Party Conference in Blackpool
Reporting team: Robin Day
Outside broadcast producer KEN GRIFFIN
Producer COLIN HART
Editor MARGARET DOUGLAS
Story: Josh Jolly goes Camping written by JOYCE TOMSETT illustrated by JAN PARKER Presenters:
SARAH LONG and JOHNNY BALL
Pianist PAUL READE
Drummer JOHNNY DEAN
Designer GRAEME THOMSON
Scriptwriter/director SUE PETO Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Further coverage from Blackpool
12.30* pm Morning Report
5.25 Reciprocating Engines
5.50 Open Forum
6.15 Circadian Rhythms
6.40 Neural Modelling
with Ludovic Kennedy and Robin Day
Today's News from Angela Rippon is followed by an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines.
Every weekday evening, television's most experienced broadcasters bring you topical interviews and debates, as well as all the news of the day.
Robin Day presents tonight's edition-the 259th to date-from Blackpool, surveying the final day of this year's Labour Party Conference
Associate producer JOHN REYNOLDS Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
BBC2 Snooker Championship
The third frame in the 16-frame tournament between two Pot Block Trophy winners:
John Spencer and Eddie Charlton Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Producer REGPERRIN (Birmingham) Director JIM DUMIGHAN
The Second Gold Rush
Under Alaska's arctic waste the oil companies have made America's newest - and richest - strike, whose output could rival that of Libya. In two years' time, and at a cost of £2,500 million, the oil will be flowing by pipeline the 800 miles from the Arctic Ocean to Alaska's southern shore. Lured by high wages and a sense of adventure, thousands have poured into Alaska in a second Gold Rush. But that, for many of them, is where the Great American Dream has ended.
John Swinfield reports from Alaska on America's uncertain energy future.
Film cameraman NIGEL WALTERS Film editor GORDON FORSYTH Producer DAVID LLOYD
Assistant editor PAUL ELLIS Editor JOHN DEKKER
by John Cleese and Connie Booth
The third of six programmes starring John Cleese, Prunella Scales, Andrew Sachs and Connie Booth.
Basil Fawlty decides to defend the hotel's standard of morality.
(Andrew Sachs is in "No Sex Please, We're British" at the Strand Theatre, London)
The third of four programmes
Colin Wilson introduces four cases of extrasensory perception. The Battle for Miss Beauchamp written by JOHN ELLIOT and COLIN GODMAN
Early in 1898 a Boston psychologist started treating a new patient. He noted that she was quiet, reserved and almost morbidly conscientious. But he soon ! found that the gentle Christine Beauchamp harboured a second completely different personality - a childish mischievous creature who tormented poor Christine until she thought she was i possessed by a devil.
Later.a third personality appeared and Dr Prince devoted the next six years to his search for the ' real' Christine. But who was she and who were the other contenders that apparently shared the same body?
With DR DEREK ANTON-STEPHENS PROFESSOR JOHN COHEN
Designer CHRIS ROBILLlARD Director colin GODMAN Producer ANNE OWEN
Series editor JOHN KING
Dr Morton Prince:
Six plays by COLIN WELLAND 2: Mad Mick Linda has every wife's problem these days. The ends just won't meet and Mick won't compromise on life's ' essentials ' - car, phone and colour TV. It has to be more overtime and he is already working more than the hours God sends, so he is too tired to play rugby, which presents Linda with a most unexpected dilemma.
Title music STANLEY MYERS Designer MIKE PORTER Producer KENITH TRODD
Director JOHN MACKENZIE
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
JILL BALCON reads Rouen by MARGUERITE WOOD
(Jill Balcon is in 'A Family and a Fortune ' at the Apollo Theatre, London)