6.40 War and Society: Britain 1914-18
7.30 R. M. Schindler
A magazine for Asian viewers
(For details: see BBC1 at 4.0 pm)
The National Hunt Festival The second day
2.30 Lloyds Bank Champion Novice Hurdle (2m 200yds)
3.5 The Arkle Challenge Trophy Chase (2m)
3.40 The Champion Hurdle (2m 200yds)
Comedy of Errors, a dual Champion Hurdler already, bids for a third victory, and the £14,000 first prize.
4.15 Lloyds Bank Hurdle Race (3m)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and RICHARD PITMAN Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Outside broadcast presentation by BARRIE EDGAR and RICHARD TILLING Editor ALANHART
5.0 Language and Learning
5.25 Elementary Maths - Limits
5.50 Mechanics - Newton's Laws
6.15 The Media in 1848
6.45 G. M. Trevelyan
with Ludovic Kennedy , Robin Day Richard Kershaw , Kenneth Kendall The News and a longer look at the important questions of our time with the men and women involved.
with Percy Thrower at Clacks Farm
Early potatoes can now be safely planted in most parts of the country, along with onion sets. PERCY THROWER and ARTHUR BILLITT also sow the first outdoor peas, stump rooted carrots and cabbages, and transplant onion seedlings from sowings made last August.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
(Percy Thrower's Guide to Gardeners' World, 50p, from bookshops)
Goodbye to a Building?
This week the new National Theatre was officially opened on the South Bank and Arena: Theatre takes a glimpse at Britain's most modern theatre complex. Meanwhile, 100 yards down the road stands the Old Vic - probably the most famous English theatre in the world.
Barbara Jefford , Laurence Olivier Joan Plowright , Kenneth Tynan Billie Whitelaw and many of the people behind the scenes say goodbye to the building and wonder what will become of it.
Directors JULIAN JEBB , MIKE SPARROW Executive producer DAVID CHESHIRE Producer PETER ADAM
25 Years in Television with a special programme of highlights from his popular American series featuring Frank Sinatra
Bing Crosby , John Wayne
CARROLL BAKER , TONY BENNETT JACK BENNY , INGRID BERGMAN MILTON BERLE , CAROL BURNETT JAMES CAGNEY , EDDIE CANTOR THE CARPENTERS, VICKI CARR CYD CHARISSE , RAY CHARLES
MAURICE CHEVALIER , PETULA CLARK
JERRY COLONNA , SAMMY DAVIS JR JOHN DENVER, ANGIE DICKINSON JIMMY DURANTE , BARBARA EDEN
ARETHA FRANKLIN , ZSA ZSA GABOR REX HARRISON , DOROTHY LAMOUR
SHIRLEY MACLAINE , STEVE MCQUEEN ROCKY MARCIANO, ANN MARGRET DEAN MARTIN , LEE MARVIN
BOB NEWHART , OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN DAVID NIVEN , LILLI PALMER JANIS PAIGE , CHARLIE RICH GINGER ROGERS , DIANA ROSS JILL ST JOHN , DINAH SHORE
BARBRA STREISAND , RAQUEL WELCH ANDY WILLIAMS , NATALIE WOOD
Presented by RICHARD DREWETT Producer PAUL w. KEYES
The third of six programmes Based on STEPHEN POTTER 'S
Gamesmanship, Lifemanship and One-upmanship by arrangement With CARL FOREMAN
Adapted by BARRY TOOK starring Richard Briers and Peter Jones with FREDERICK JAEGER, DONALD GEE ANITA CAREY, EDWARD EVANS
PAUL MCDOWELL, JEANETTE FARRIER and THE LICHFIELD CHORISTERS This week: Businessmanship
Mastering the art of out-manoeuvring your business rivals is essential for the Complete Lifeman. The programme touches on the ' No Fountain Pen ' ploy, business lunches and tycoonery. It's rumoured that the CBi has asked for a copy of the film to show to its members.
Music arranged and directed by PETER NOYCE
Designer GERRY SCOTT
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON Director RAY BUTT
A six-part series on the men who conquered disease. 2:A Germ is Life by MARTIN WORTH with and
In the small French town of Arbois stand the graves of Louis Pasteur's three young daughters. Two had died from typhoid, one from an inoperable tumour - a stark reminder of the background to his struggle to find the cause of disease.
"One of the most fascinating and totally engrossing documentaries..." (DAILY TELEGRAPH)
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer PETER GOODCHILD
Director PETER JONES
Book (same title) Â£2.50 from bookshops Preview: page 15
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
GARY WATSON reads Incident in Hyde Park, 1803 by EDMUND BLUNDEN