6.40 Catch Your Mutant
7.5 North Sea Oil
7.30 R. M. Schindler
A magazine for Asian viewers.
This afternoon's competition is the climax of the Corbillon Cup women's team competition. Can China successfully defend the title against the strong challenge from Japan and both the Koreas, in an event dominated by the Asian countries?
4.55 Mechanics - Particles
5.20 Ezra Pound
5.45 The Board Age
6.10 Odilon Redon
6.35 The Language of Poetry
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of eight programmes presented by Geoffrey Smith 2 : A Good Return for Effort
There's that special satisfaction a gardener gets when he picks vegetables he's grown himself. This week GEOFFREY SMITH plants potatoes, sows broad beans, lettuce, radish and spring onions, and shows how to beat the cold weather by using cloches.
Producer PETER RIDING
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion and Foreign Report from the BBC's correspondents round the world. with Richard Kershaw , David Sells Newsreader Richard Whitmore
A celebratory series for Jubilee year about craftsmen in Britain 2:Stained Glass
' Stained glass is. one of the few crafts that is solely Christian in origin. I believe no one else has anything like it except the Arabs.'
Joseph Nuttgens has been making stained-glass windows for over 60 years. Last summer he spent three months preparing a window for a Lancashire church. This film follows the development of that window from the first sketches to the final installation.
Film editor KATE RIVERS
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK Series producer JOHN READ Producer ROBIN LOUGH
An award-winning Canadian film starring
Kally-Girl has run some good races for one-horse owner Jim Dunton in the past. Now he must decide which to save - the mare or the unborn foal on whom his hopes for the future are placed.
Written and directed by PEN DENSHAM Producer JOHN WATSON
Throwing a rock into a fisherman's swim is like knocking down a small boy's sandcastle. The results are equally dramatic and tonight we capture Deputy Headmaster Gillespie in a performance of rare distinction. Written and narrated by IAN WOOLDRIDGE
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
A six-part dramatised documentary series
3: A Matter of Insurance Written and introduced byEVAN JONES
It was easy enough for 18th-century England to grow wealthy from the profits of the slave trade without being greatly troubled by its horrors. It needed a major atrocity to stir the conscience of the nation. In 1779 there was just such an event.
Music JOSEPH HOROVITZ
Film cameraman TONY PIERCE-ROBERTS
Producer CHRISTOPHER RALLING
Charles James Fox:
Governor of Elmina:
Sir Geoffrey Howe , mp for the Opposition
A fornightly look at the big screen. News, views and interviews presented by Gavin Millar.
This week Arena: Cinema takes advantage of the appearance of a new book, Ealing Studios by Charles Barr , to look again at the ' cosy ', ' timeless ', ' typically English ' images of ' Ealing ', to discover what these popular films (made from 1938-58) reveal of the inner history of the times, including sequences from: The Captive Heart, Cheer Boys Cheer, The Proud Valley, San Demetrio London, Passport to Pimlico, The
Blue Lamp, Kind Hearts and Coronets and The Ladykillers.
Director MICHAEL DIBB
Assistant producer JULIAN JBM Producer GAVIN MILLAR
Tonight's programme is the climax of the World Team Championships, the final of the Swaythling Cup in the men's event and highlights from the women's event, the Corbillon Cup, recorded this afternoon. Sixty-six countries entered both events at the start of the competition, and almost certainly China will contest both today's finals.
Introduced by TONY GUBBA Commentators
PETER WALKER and ALAN RANSOME
Television presentation by BOB DUNCAN and JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor PAUL LANG
Organised by the ETTA in conjunction with Norwich Union