7.40 Transport and Road Research
8.5 Quantum Theory
8.30 M101/24 Modelling, Cranes
8.55 Display and Recording
9.20 Computing - Compiling
9.45 Elementary Maths
11.25 Art as Performance
12.15 Origin of Species
12.40 Gospel of Work
1.5 The Case of William Tyndale
1.30 The Channel Tunnel
Seven programmes for player, coach and spectator.
1: The Game - establishing the four main principles of play: going forward, support, continuity and pressure.
Introduced by DAVID VINE With DON RUTHERFORD (RFU) and RAY WILLIAMS (Welsh RU) from St Luke's College, Exeter.
Directed by JOHN RICKWORD
Produced by JOHN DOBSON (Repeat BBC Bristol
The Season 1977/78
Introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith Last season saw Wales win their third successive Triple Crown and, as undefeated champions of Europe, embark on what proved to be a disappointing, physical tour to Australia.
The programme reflects the excitement of the past rugby year, and raises the question with the president of the RFU Stanley Couchman, Wales's coach John Dawes and international referee Larry Lamb : ' Is modern rugby too violent? '
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. The interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Richard Baker
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Young men all over the world have to prove themselves. If they are Masai in Kenya, perhaps they kill a lion; but if you are young and you live in the concrete cities of the Western world, how do you prove your skill, your courage, your sense of style? One way is to become a ' Skateboard King '.
To the uninitiated, skateboarding may evoke the idea of kids scooting down grey, wet, uneven concrete pavements, a danger to themselves and a menace to pedestrians. But to those involved, it is more than that, much more. To the addicts, it becomes a way of life. Skateboard Kings investigates this latest phenomenon at its source. Shot in southern California and Arizona, the film unravels this new mystique, its million-dollar related industry and the life-style and gravity-defying manoeuvres of its leading exponents.
Narrator PETER MARINKER
JOHN HOOPER , JOAN CHURCHILL Film editor TONY WOOLLARD Producer HORACE ove
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
A weekly series of visits to music festivals around the world. The 1978 Lucerne Festival Vivaldi's Four Seasons
The beautiful lakeside town of Lucerne is the scene of Switzerland's annual music festival, 'founded in 1938. In this performance of the Four Seasons by Vivaldi, recorded at this summer's festival, the soloist is Arthur Grumiaux , internationally acclaimed Belgian violinist, with The Lucerne Festival Strings, whose players are drawn from the principal Swiss orchestras.
Conducted by Jerzy Maksymiuk , the permanent conductor of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Presented by the swiss TELEVISION service
The Kodak Masters Bowls Tournament from Beach House Park, Worthing.
The second in a series of flat green bowls programmes.
.Tonight's match from the second group is between the youngest comnetitor, DAVID MCGILL , the 1977 British Isles Singles Champion, and the oldest, DICK FOLKINS of the United States, who was a gold medallist in the triples in the 1972 World Championships.
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentator GRAHAM HOWARD
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Arrest; Damages; Protest
Rent Act; Legal Aid; Divorce Presented by Nick Ross
A series which investigates the law. the lawyers and the courts in action.
Reporters Norma Shepherd and Mike Dornan. with specialist advice from David Offenbach , look into the way the British legal system affects each and every one of us.
Director ROSALIND GOLD
Executive producer PETER CHAFER Producer HENRY MURRAY
by LEO TOLSTOY
The Classic Serial. Dramatised in eight parts by DONALD WILSON starring Nicola Pagett
Eric Porter , Stuart Wilson Part 7
Anna and Vronsky return to St Petersburg where they are made to realise that Society will not forgive the scandal of their love affair.
Cast in order of appearance
Producer DONALD WILSON
Executive producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director BASIL COLEMAN
The costumes from Anna Karenina are currently on display at Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire
van Der Burgh
Priest at Tula:
Covering motor-racing's Formula One World Championship. The Italian Grand Prix from Monza
Only one driver has won seven Grands Prix in a season-the late Jim Clark , giving Team Lotus their very first World Championship back in 1963. Today's race - the last in Europe this season - gives the current Lotus no 1, America's Mario Andretti has the chance to match that record, and possibly clinch the 1978 world title in his native Italy. Andretti, 38 could be the fifth oldest champion in the sport.
Commentator Murray Walker
Television presentation by the Italian Television Service
Editor Jonathan Martin
The US Open Championships
This historic championship, played for the first time at its new venue of Flushing Meadow, New York, is second only to Wimbledon in international prestige.
Tonight's programme features the Semi-finals of the Men's Singles (Holder GUILLERMO VILAS )
JIMMY CONNORS has appeared in every singles final since 1974. In 1976 he defeated his arch rival, BJORN BORG. who would dearly love to score his first victory in this championship.
Commentator DAN MASKELL
Television presentation by CBS Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON