6.40 Choice in Education
7.5 Miners - A Special Case?
7.30 Rathbone Street Change
Story: The Sunflower Seed by RACHEL LENTIN
Presenters Floella Benjamin David Hargreaves
Pianist WILLIAM BLEZARD
Designer STEPHEN FAWCETT Scriptwriter ROBIN HALDANE Director ALBERT BARBER Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATZ
The 107th Championship Crowds from all over the world have converged on the famous links of the Old Course at St Andrews to watch the most demanding championship in the golfing calendar. Today, the third round of the competition, will sort out who is likely to be in contention for the coveted trophy and the winner's prize money of £12,500. HARRY CARPENTER introduces live action from today's play.
Commentators PETER ALLISS
CLIVE CLARK , MARK MCCORMACK ALEX HAY and HENRY COTTON
Producers richard TILLING and PREDVINER Editor A. P. WILKINSON
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A weekly review of current political topics by the BBC's Westminster Unit.
Producer PAUL NORRIS
The last in a series of three programmes in which the celebrated cellist Paul Tortelier coaches gifted young soloists before an audience of music students. Tonight a romantic early work by Rachmaninov, the Sonata in G minor, is played by LESLEY SHRIG -LEY JONES and SUMIKO KURATA
Accompanist GEOFFREY PRATLEY
Director RODNEY GREENBERG
Fivepenny Piece with Mike Harding
Zany comedy from MIKE HARDING , music from FIVEPENNY PIECE. A meeting of talents at the Poco-a-Poco Theatre Club, Stockport.
M. H. investigates vandalism at Jericho, and 5p tell ' Stories from the Wishing Well' in this, the last of the present series with M. H. & 5p.
Costume designer MAGGIE HARWOOD Sound ALAN rox
Lighting JOHN CROWTHER Designer PAUL MONTAGUE
Producer BARRY BEVINS. BBC Manchester
The human brain is both delicate and demanding. If its blood supply is disrupted, even a little, the result can be catastrophic. Such disruption, often a burst blood vessel in the brain, is called a stroke, and can cause severe paralysis or even death.
Strokes throw light on the organisation of the brain. Each hemisphere has differing ranges of functions and it is now possible to actually visualise the inside of the working brain and to locate movement, speech, vision and even the ability to perceive spatial relationships.
Even more remarkable is the brain's own ability to combat the damage. A few stroke victims make an almost miraculous recovery and a whole range of explanations has been put forward. Could it be regeneration of dead nerve tissue, or the transfer of abilities from one part of the brain to another? The fight is now on to understand and to maximise this recovery and to increase the hope for stroke victims and their families.
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A serial of the Plantagenet kings in 13 episodes.
11: The Flowers are Silent by JACK RVSSELL
John's impulsive marriage to the 12-year-old Isabella of Angouleme has brought rebellion in its wake.
The 107th Championship HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of today's play in this £125,000 championship.