8.5 String Quartets
8.30 The Man-made World
8.55 Social Class: Work
9.20 Pure Maths - Rings
9.45 Design for Power
10.10 Computing - Linked Lists
10.35 English Houses of the 1930s
11.0 Dartington Hall School
11.25 The Supply of Money
11.50 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds
12.15 Reluctant Militants
12.40 Problems of Philosophy
1.5 Maths - Polynomial Approximations
1.30 Modern Art from 1848
1.55 The Face of Germany
2.20 Jude the Obscure
Kenneth More with Ronald Squire Mandy Miller
Kenneth More is in cracking form as a naval commander who comes home on leave to find himself in charge of his three mischievous and very lively children. The harassed father has to cope with many problems but finds as he gallantly struggles on that a little naval discipline helps a good deal!
Director WENDY TOYE Films: page 13
The Lawn Tennis
Championships direct from the All England Club
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the closing stages of the play on this the final day of the world's greatest Open tennis tournament.
With all the news and results of the day's play from HARRY CARPEN TER in the Wimbledon studio. Commentators
PETER WEST and JOHN BARRETT
Television presentation by RICHARD TILLING , FRED VINER , BOB DUNCAN
JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHNNIE WATHERSTON JEFF GODDARD and RICK GARDNER Producer A. P. WILKINSON
Tonight from BBC North Atkinson, Huby
For 30 years the work of Victorian photographer Alfred Atkin son, Huby, Yorkshire, lay untouched and forgotten. When young Wakefield teacher Colin Gordon bought, on a whim, the entire negatives from a stall in the market, he stumbled across a unique record of gifted and dedicated amateurism.
Producer BRIAN THOMPSON
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD
The last of six journeys into the summer countryside in search of wildlife and the natural world around us.
Down in the Forest with Phil Drabble , naturalist
Robert Gillmor , wildlife artist Stephen Sutton , entomologist
Wildlife in the woodland is at its peak of activity - young coot bobbing about on the pond, fox cubs at play on the edge of the clearing - but the fallow deer fawn, only a few hours old, lies quietly waiting for its mother,
HUGH MAYNARD , MARTIN SAUNDERS
Producer DILYS BREESE. BBC Bristol
A Musical Pageant from
Wembley Stadium. In the presence of Her Majesty The Queen over 2,000 musicians from 75 Bands, Pipes and Drums, Bugles and Corps of Drums of all three services march and counter-march in the huge Wembley Stadium in celebration of the Silver Jubilee.
Preceding the Services' Musical Pageant HER MAJESTY will review her Reserve and Cadet Forces; on parade 2,000 men and women from the three services, the Royal Observer Corps, Territorial and Cadet Forces with their guidons, colours and banners.
Narrator DEREK HART
Musical pageant produced by MAJOR AUBREY JACKMAN , MBE in aid of service charities Musical director
LT-COL TREVOR LE M. SHARPE
OBE, LRAM, ARCM, psm
Television presentation KEN GRIFFIN
(Thursday, 11.20 am, BBC2, Review of the British Army.
Chagall - a tribute on his 90th birthday)
Lt-Col Trevor Le M.
starring John Alderton and Pauline Collins
Adapted by DAVID CLIMIE from the short stories by P. G. WODEHOUSE The Nodder
Cast in order of appearance
Action by marc BOYLE
Bird imitations by PERCY EDWARDS
Signature tune composed and conducted by RAYMOND JONES
Designer COLIN SHAW
Producer MICHAEL MILLS
King Bool a:
1 Q Fishbein:
L 0 Levitsky:
Match of the Day
A hundred years ago Spencer William Gore won the first Lawn Tennis Championship at Wimbledon, earning himself 12 guineas in the process. Today's winner earned £15,000 and a unique place in Wimbledon's Roll of Champions.
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of the Men's Singles Final
Editor A. P. WILKINSON
DRACULA starring Bela Lugosi
The blood-curdling story of Count Dracula, the human vampire, resoundingly launched Universal Studios' cycle of horror movies in the early 30s -and the career of vampire star Bela Lugosi.
Director TOD BROWNING
FRANKENSTEIN starring Boris Karloff
Frankenstein created an even greater sensation than had Dracula and Boris Karloff became the biggest thing in horror pictures after years as a supporting player.
Director JAMES WHALE Films: page 13
Dr Van Helsing:
Dr Waldman EDWARD: