6.40 The Conduct of War
7.5 Eysenck's Demon
7.30 Interior Decoration
A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, music and stories from the communities. Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
The Bird that Sang too Much written and illustrated by DENIS WRIGLEY Presenters:
Four races from the second day of the meeting.
2.15 The Red Dragon Stakes (5f)
2.45 The Sefton Stakes (7f, 122yds)
3.20 The Ladbroke Chester Cup (Handicap) (2m, 2f, 97yds)
3.50 The Cheshire Oaks (1m, 4f, 65yds)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
TV presentation by NICK HUNTER
5.0 School and Society
5.25 Elementary Maths: Revision
5.50 Mechanics: Rigid Bodies
6.15 Students and Revolution
6.40 Instruments of the Orchestra
A series of ten programmes for people with impaired hearing, those who live and work with them, and for the plain curious .., 4:Give me a sign
Many deaf and hard-of-hearing people communicate using some gestures or sign language. Is this a help or a hindrance?
Introduced by POLLY ELWES and RICHARD BAKER
(The programmes will be captioned for those who cannot hear.)
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY Producer DAVID ALLEN
Book (same title), 85p, from bookshops Details of lip-reading exercises will be given in the programme
with Ludovic Kennedy
Richard Kershaw , Richard Baker
Every weekday evening brings you the News and a longer look at the important questions of our time with the men and women involved.
on behalf of the Labour Party
(Also on BBC1)
from Clacks Farm
In the vegetable plot Arthur Bil litt and Peter Seabrook sow French and runner beans, prepare the ground for outdoor tomatoes and thin onion and carrot seedlings. In the fruit garden they will be looking at gooseberries and black currants, strawberries and the fan trained fruit.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
(Percy Thrower 's Guide to Gardeners' World, 50p, from bookshops)
A play by D. H. LAWRENCE with Trapped by a marriage in which love has died, Lizzie Holroyd begins to realise that the visits of one of her husband's young work-mates are taking on a new meaning.
Costume VALERIE SPOONER Make-up LIZ MOSS
Script editor ALAN SHALLCROSS Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director SIMON LANGTON
A series of six films made as part of the World of Islam Festival. 4: The Pattern of Beauty
The visual arts of the Islamic world are among the greatest achievements of man, but unique as they are, they must be understood on their own terms.
This film concentrates on the arts of architecture and abstract decoration, and shows how, from an Islamic point of view, these are approached and understood. Other sequences show the arts of calligraphy and painting, and the film ends with the art of three great cultures which flourished at the same moment three centuries ago: Saffavid Iran, Ottoman Turkey, and Mughal India all produced magnificent buildings which, in widely different ways, are profoundly Islamic.
Film cameraman DEREK WATERMAN
Film editors AUSTIN MARTIN, JEFFREY HARVEY Producers PAUL KEELER , STEPHEN CROSS
The third of nine programmes
How well do you know the British countryside?
A midweek diversion in which Julian Pettifer and his guests
Michael Allaby , Jeanine McMullen and Philip Wrixon describe, discuss or just guess at the sights and sounds of the countryside and the delights of country life.
Producer PETER CRAWFORD. BBC Bristol
In February of this year Sir Hugh Casson became the 20th President of the Royal Academy. Tonight he invites you to join his guests at the annual dinner which marks the beginning of the Summer Exhibition.
HRH The Duke of Gloucester will be replying to the Loyal Toast.
Before dinner those privileged to attend this famous occasion have a chance to view the exhibition which opens to the public on Saturday.
Introduced by PHILIP OAKES
An Outside Broadcast recorded earlier this evening at Burlington House. Producer JOHN VERNON
with Richard Baker
CYRIL CUSACK reads April Rise by LAURIE LEE