(Full details see BBC1 at 4.25 pm)
BBC outside broadcast cameras are at Britain's most picturesque racecourse to bring you the principal races of this popular and fashionable summer Meeting.
2.30 Molecomb Stakes (5f)
3.10 The Spillers' Stewards Cup (H'cap) (6f)
3.45 Gordon Stakes dim)
4.15 Charlton Stakes (H'cap) (Old mile)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER
TV presentation DENNIS monger
The West Indies from Headingley
The final session of play on this last day
Introduced by peter WALKER
The Shadow of Progress
The film points to the self-destruction that modern man is bringing upon himself with pollution in all its aspects.
Over 20 major international awards including Gold Award British Industrial Film Festival, SFTA award (1970)
A BP film
The last of a series in which Kenneth Clark examines different aspects of Rembrandt's life and work.
5: The Bible
As an illustrator of The Bible REMBRANDT is unsurpassed. During his last solitary years he brooded over every episode in The Bible in the light of his own experience, and gave to it a vivid and dramatic form. For LORD CLARK, Rembrandt really is the only great
Producer COLIN CLARK
(a new series Illusionists*
Paramount Presents ... Tonight starring Anna Magnani Burt Lancaster
Anna Magnani , passionate, tender, wise-cracking, in the role that won her an Academy Award. Tennessee Williams wrote The Rose Tattoo for her, first as a stage play and then as a film. Magnani's high-voltage performance electrified Broadway and cinema audiences, making this one of his most successful works.
Serafina, having made a religion of her marriage, abruptly discovers that her dead husband was unfaithful and a crook. On the same day, she meets Alvaro, an amiable oaf determined to love her.
Director DANIEL MANN
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Father De Leo:
The West Indies from Headingley RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the final day's play.
Producer DAVID kenning
The Burrell is a name which has haunted Glasgow for 30 years ever since Sir William Burrell presented his extraordinary art collection to the city. It's a collection of some 8,000 items, worth at a guess around £40-million. Today it is still stored in a secret warehouse somewhere in the west of Scotland awaiting the construction of a special new museum.
But who was Sir William Burrell? How did this Victorian Howard Hughes amass his vast fortune? And what made him the most obsessive art collector of them all in an age of large-scale collecting? Tonight, Magnus Magnusson pursues The Millionaire Magpie, with the help of: Lord Clark: He's the only man I've ever known who was like a miser in Balzac.' Edwin Mullins:
' Here we have a man who wanted to own the past.'
Professor William Watson:
' This is the most extraordinary collection.'
Film editor MICHAEL TOSH Producer DAVID MARTIN BBC Scotland
Presented by Kenneth Kendall
MARISA ROBLES (harp) plays Song in the Night by CARLOS SALZEDO