6.40 Who Plans Baling? 7.5 The School Broadcasting Council. 7.30 The Writer in Exile.
Live coverage of the last morning of the Labour Party Conference in Brighton.
Bod and the Cherry Tree Written by MICHAEL COLE
AND JOANNE COLE
Presenters KAREN PLATT
DEREK GRIFFITHS , BRIAN CANT
Further coverage from Brighton.
12.45 International Golf
The Colgate World
Matchplay Championship Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER from the West Course,
2.0 Racing from Ascot
2.15 Wyndham Stakes (H'cap) (2m)
2.45 Marlborough House Stakes (Old Mile)
3.15 James Lane Handicap (llm)
3.50 Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (6f) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and JIMMY LINDLEY
4.0 International Golf The Colgate World
Further coverage from Wentworth Commentators HENRY LONGHURST
PETER ALLISS , CLIVE CLARK and MARK MCCORMACK
Golf producers RICHARD TILLING
JOHN SHREWSBURY and HUW JONES Editor A. P. WILKINSON
Racing television presentation by BOB DUNCAN
4.55 Men and Mountains. 5.20 Zinc. 5.45 Poland's Economic Development. 6.10 Urban Development. 6.35 The Semi-detached House.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy It All Comes Out in the Wash
In the 17th century, The Gentlemen Adventurers conquered the age-old enemy of the East Anglians - too much water and too few hills - creating a unique man-made landscape.
Seriesfilmeditorjohnbillingham Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinions, with Richard Kershaw and David Sells Newsreader Paul Harris
Assistant editors PETER IBBOTSON and MIKE BROADBENT. Editor TONY CRABB
from Clacks Farm with Arthur Billitt and Peter Seabrook
Bottles and containers on the shelf in the garden shed - herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, fertilisers. For over 30 years, Arthur was the Director of the Lenton Experimental Station, Nottingham, working on plant nutrition and weed, pest and disease control. He and Peter discuss the pros and cons of chemicals in the garden.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR. BBC Birmingham
I Will If You Will
'... 1977 must bring an orderly return to free collective bargaining ... there must be no free-for-all or pay explosion.'
(Government White Paper on Pay, July 1977)
How ' orderly ' will the return be? Just what .is happening around the negotiating tables this autumn? In The Money Programme James Bellini reports on the new round of pay deals, where everybody is watching everybody else.
Deputy editor DAVID GRAHAM Editor PAUL ELLIS
The Sunspot Mystery
Sunspots are mysterious magnetic blemishes on the surface of the sun, many times larger than the earth. They come and go in cycles which last 11 years. Scientists in Skylab have discovered that sunspots are directly related to the solar wind, which streams from the sun, bending and twisting the earth's magnetic field.
But physicists are now diving back into history to see if events on earth correlate with the sunspot cycle. What happened, for example, When there were no sunspots, during the time of Louis XIV? One correlation is clear - the present drought in the Western Plains of the USA is only one in a cycle which matches sunspot activity.
Could sunspots be affecting the dramatic global changes of climate that we are seeing now?
Written and produced for WGBH Boston by BEN SHEDI), GRAHAM CHEDD
Adapted for Horizon by FISHER DILKE Series editor simon CAMPBELL-JONES
by LEO TOLSTOY
Dramatised in ten parts by DONALD WILSON Part 2 starring Nicola Pagett
Eric Porter , Stuart Wilson
'I asked my son, who was then 19, if he would mind me dedicating the book to him, a book about drug addiction, incarceration, homosexuality and fratricide. He said " Not at all" and I was very pleased.'
JOHN CHEEVER'S latest book, Falconer, was a huge popular and critical success in the USA - it's a brilliant comic account of a university professor's experiences in prison. At his home near New York, Cheever talks to Robert Robinson about Falconer, about his own experience of confinement on a cure for his alcoholism, and about his life and writing; One doesn't write a novel saying this is about life and rebirth or about love and death. Novels are about men and women and children and dogs.'
Film cameraman EUGENE CAR
Film editor CHRIS LOVETT
Producer WILL WYATT
The Colgate World
Matchplay Championship Harry Carpenter introduces highlights from today's semi-final rounds played on the West Course, Wentworth - known as the ' Burma Road'.