6.40 Sweden: Industrial Democracy
7.5 Maths - Vector Spaces
7.30 Movement of Substances in Plants
The National Hunt Festival
BBC outside broadcast cameras cover four races on Gold Cup day.
2.30 Kim Muir Memorial Challenge Cup (H'cap) Chase (3m If)
3.5 Daily Express Triumph Hurdle (2m 200yds)
3.40 Piper Champagne Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase (3m 2f 76 yds)
4.15 National Hunt Handicap Chase (3m If)
5.0 Isotopes in Geology
5.25 Curriculum Design and Development
5.50 Social Psychology Laboratory
6.15 Management in Education
A 25-part Italian course: 22
with Robin Day , Ludovic Kennedy Richard Kershaw , Richard Baker The News and a longer look at the important questions of our time.
Associate producer JOHN REYNOLDS Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
India's Satellite TV
' Pictures from heaven ' is how the inhabitants of 2,400 Indian villages describe the new arrival amongst them: television. Most of the villagers have never seen a film and now every evening they gather around a community set to watch a programme of information and entertainment carefully planned to bring them into line with the 20th century. In a unique experiment India is using a satellite to beam down instructional and educational television to some of the most backward parts of the country. The scheme, which began last
August and will continue for a year, has attracted a lot of attention as well as some criticism. Frank Gillard presents a report on its progress.
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
' I feel no limitation in film music and if a composer does, he should not be doing it.' Henry Mancini in conversation with Tony Bilbow
The programme includes extracts from
Breakfast at Tiffany's Darling Lili
The Molly Maguires and The Return of the Pink Panther
Producer MARGARET SHARP
A film by Bert Schneider and Peter Davis
The Oscar-winning controversial film attacking the United States involvement in Vietnam. The film is a personal statement by BERT SCHNEIDER, the producer of Easy Rider and The Last Picture Show, and PETER davis, the director cf
The Selling of the Pentagon Papers.
Presented by Richard Baker Weather
GARY WATSON reads The Prisoner by WILLIAM PLOMEK