This afternoon's card transferred from Cheltenham
1.30 Tony Teacher Steeplechase (Handicap) (3m)
2.0 Bath Novices' Steeplechase (2m 160yds)
2.30 Joe Coral Golden Hurdle (Qualifying Race) (H'cap) (3m 120yds)
3.0 Bristol Long Distance Novices' Hurdle Div II (3m 120yds)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and RICHARD PITMAN
TV presentation DENNIS MONGER.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
ZENA SKINNER , cookery expert
GEOFFREY SMITH , gardening expert ROY DAY , do-it-yourself expert
VAL HUDSON , consumer journalist
Directors BRIAN DAVIES , ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer PETER RIDING
Presented by Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler
Newsreader Angela Rippon
Johnny Morris joins six different groups of foreign visitors and shares their view of Britain. 3: The British Riviera
A group of Italians visits the beautiful house and gardens of Athelhampton in Dorset and travels west, via Torbay, Salcombe, Polperro, Falmouth, to the south-west tip of Cornwall, Land's End.
Film cameraman jim SAUNDERS Film editor jim TOBIN
Producer BRIAN PATTEN. BBC Bristol
Today Chicago economist MILTON FRIEDMAN receives the Nobel Prize for Economics in Stockholm. He argues that too much money is damaging; it causes inflation, high unemployment and economic decline. James Bellini talks with Professor Friedman in Stockholm about his views on money and Britain's dilemmas.
Assistant editor PAUL ELLIS Editor john DEKKER
Britain's smallest TV network goes nationwide, introducing its firslt-ever superstar in Tony Bilbow Theatre starring Eric Idle
With NEIL INNESJUVID BATTLEY GWEN TAYLOR , HENRY WOOLF CARINTHIA WEST and... TONY BILBOW
Script by ERIC IDLE . Songs by NEIL INNES Music by FATSO. Designer GEOFF POWELL Director ANDREW GOSLING Producer IAN KEILL
Another Opening, Another Show Introduced by John Mills and also starring
Jessie Matthews , Barbara Mullen Richard Murdoch , Anna Neagle with Cicely Courtneidge and Jack Hulbert
GILLIAN LYNNE DANCERS
EDDIE LESTER SINGERS
Musical director PETER KNIGHT Musical associate RAY HOLDER Musical staging GILLIAN LYNNE
Costume designer L. ROWLAND-WARNE Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Producer YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
A series of three programmes Master of Many Arts from the books by JOHN MOORE adapted for television by HUGH WHITEMORE
In the second film in the Brensham Trilogy we meet Mr Chorl ton, Moore's fictionalised Latin master. Chorlton is a man steeped in scholarly wisdom with a healthy scepticism of new political theories.
Music composed by DAVID FANSHAWE
Film cameraman DAVID WHITSON Film editor KEN PEARCE
Designer DAVID MYERSCOUGH-JONES Script editor louis MARKS
Producer innes lloyd
Director LAWRENCE GORDON CLARK
The programme in which the BBC hands over air-time to the public. Tonight:
The Science Fiction Foundation presents
Science Fiction Goes to School
' Science Fiction throws open the whole of civilisation and its premises to constructive criticism. Nothing is more necessary in a revolutdomaTy movement. By dealing with possibilities not ordinarily considered - alternative worlds, alternative visions - it widens our repertoire of possible responses to change.' (TOFFLER) THE SCIENCE FICTION FOUNDATION adds: ' Young people read and like science fiction. Despite the opposition of traditionalists the Science Fiction Foundation believes that SF can play an important role in education.'
Made by the SCIENCE FICTION FOUNDATION with the help of the BBC's Community Programme Unit.
DAVID MARKHAM reads The Feather by VERNON WATKINS