6.40 Measuring Fracture Toughness. 7.5 Caffeine Project. 7.31 The Weissenhof Sledlung 1927.
In today's programme LALITA AHMED , RAJNI KAUL, KURSHID CHHARAWALA and DIANNE KENNY discuss ' Working Couples '. The story is The Monkey and the Crocodile. KISHORE KUMAR performs the music item.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Birmingham
Story: The Tortoise and the HareWritten by JULIA DONALDSON Guest storyteller Derek Griffiths Presenters
Sarah Long , David Hargreaves
Pianist Richard BROWN
Designer RICHARD BRACKENBURY
Written and directed by JUDY WHITFIELD Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Four races from the second day of the meeting.
2.15 The Red Dragon Stakes (5f)
2.45 The Sefton Stakes (7f 122yds)
3.20 The Ladbroke Chester Cup (2m 2f 97yds)
Top stayers clash in this unique race over the traditional two circuits of the Roodee
3.50 The Cheshire Oaks (lm 4f 65yds)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
Television presentation NICK HUNTER
4.55 Stantonbury: A Blueprint Analysed.
5.20 Waves. 5.45 Biffraction in Action.
6.10 Genetics: The rII System, 6.35 Music and Images.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of five programmes presented by Geoffrey Smith 2:Roses
For many gardeners, roses are the most reliable and rewarding of all the popular garden flowers.
Geoffrey Smith offers advice on selecting, positioning, planting and pruning roses as well as dealing with pests and diseases.
Series producer Peter Riding Director Brian Davies
Gardening hints on Ceefax page 145
Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw , with David Sells Newsreader Richard Whitmore
For 20 years a small group of film-makers on the South Coast led the world in the production of moving pictures. By 1912, when Hollywood was just beginning, film companies in Brighton had already produced hundreds of comedies, dramas and documentaries.
In the first of a five-part series, film historian John Huntley looks at the surviving films and tells the fascinating stories of the local pioneers who founded a colossal industry.
Tonight: George Albert Smith of Hove, whose little films were hailed as masterpieces.
A series of six programmes
An exploration in the East Midlands with W. G. Hoskins.
2: The Fox and The Covert
No matter what you think of fox hunting, it is a survivor in a colourless age of a little bit of Old England, and it has left its mark on the landscape. But how did it begin and where did it begin? PROFESSOR WILLIAM HOSKINS is able to show us in the East Midlands, and he takes us to places that stir the hearts of hunting people everywhere. The Whissendine brook, Ashby Pastures , Thorpe Trussels , the Vale of Belvoir, Botany Bay, a whole galaxy of places that show how the hunting people adapted the English landscape and used it in all sorts of ways for their own ends.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBT Film editor ALAN LEWENS Producer PETER JONES
Book, One Man's England, paperback
12.50, hardback £6.00, at bookshops from tomorrow
A duel of words and wit between Patrick Campbell
Arthur Marshall , Pauline Collins and Frank Muir
Sir David Hunt , Gabrielle Drake Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON , BILL TODMAN Director ALAN BELL
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
The Winslow Boy by TERENCE RATTIGAN starring
Alan Badel , Eric Porter
Michele Dotrice , Diana Fairfax David Robb
The term at Osborne Naval College is not yet over. Why. therefore. has Cadet Ronnie Winslow returned home? And why, moreover, is he hiding in the garden in the rain?
Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director DAVID GILES
First Lord of the Admiralty:
Sir Robert Morton:
This week Arena reassesses the major achievement of an established dramatist, and looks forward to the work of an exciting new one. John Byrne is a Scottish writer with a highly-original comic talent. Arena visits him in Scotland and enters the world of The Slab Boys -his latest play set in a carpet factory in Glasgow and based on his own experiences.
Arnold Wesker 's celebrated Roots trilogy is being revived at the Shaw Theatre, London. It provides a unique chance to reassess a work many regard as an undoubted modern classic. WESKER talks about the trilogy and about his life and work in the 20 years since its first performance.
Directors IAN SHARP , DIANA LASHMORE Producer ALAN YENTOB
RONALD PICKUP reading a poem by ROBERT BROWNING Life in a Love