6.40 Redlining the City
7.5 A Fish in a Tank
7.30 Forster and Lawrence
Story: King Canute
With JULIE STEVENS , FRED HARRIS
2.15 William Hill Trophy (Handicap) (5f)
2.50 Argos Star Fillies' Mile (Old Mile)
3.25 Taylor Woodrow
Charity Stakes (Handicap) (1m)
3.55 Philips Electrical Stakes (7f) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER
TV presentation by DENNIS MONGEr
5.45 Public Administration
6.10 Living in Warsaw
6.35 Architecture and Design
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy Underground
The substantial part of our country which we don't usually see - excavated by man in his search for the resources he needs, and by natural factors to produce caves and caverns in which colourless creatures make their home.
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler with Richard Kershaw and David Sells
Newsreader Richard Whitmore
from Clacks Farm with Arthur Billitt and Peter Seabrook Prepare the soil carefully now for early October, the sowing of sweet peas and other hardy annuals will bring long flower stems, and an earlier and longer flowering season next summer. Time to repair the damage and wear on lawns after repeated summer mowings. The approach of autumn brings planting time for many perennial plants and September planting gives new growth before the onset of winter.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR. BBC Birmingham
The Fumble Factor is that bit of commission that may be lost into private bank accounts when a company wins an export order. British businessmen say that bribes or other questionable payments are frequently a necessary part of doing business abroad. How far is this true and does it really matter? James Bellini reports on bribery to win export orders.
Also in The Money Programme, Hugh Stephenson and his guests look at the economic news of the week. What is its significance? What do the unemployment figures really mean?
Deputy editor DAVID GRAHAM
Editor PAUL ELLIS
starring Olivia Newton-John in her first television special to be shown in this country and in which she sings many of her hit songs including 'I Honestly Love You', 'Sam' and her newest release 'Making a Good Thing Better'; accompanied by the Nigel Lythgoe Dancers.
The Nigel Lythgoe
Darwin's theory of evolution transformed our view of the world. But what would he think of the progress we have made since?
Tonight, Darwin is reincarnated - in the form of Lee Montague - and visits various laboratories in modern Britain to ask searching questions of the scientists themselves. He does not know what a gene or a chromosome is-let alone viruses, enzymes and DNA. As a result the scientists have to explain with clarity and ingenuity how the beautiful, fascinating, organised chaos of life at the molecular level works.
Darwin discovers that, in spite of enormous advances which have brought us to the brink of being able to manipulate evolution ourselves, we do not yet fully understand the rules which govern the harmony of the natural world. Charles Darwin played by LEE MONTAGUE
Written by DAVID WOODNUTT Photography BRIAN TUFANO Film editor MIKE RIGG
Music by PAUL PATTERSON
Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES Producer MARTIN FREETH
\TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord) plays
J. S. Bach Prelude in c