6.40 James Bond: 7
7.5 Three Families: Jerusalem
7.30 Education in Portugal
The Hennessy Cognac Cup
Previously held on the Continent, for the first time this international team event comes to Britain.
With £25,000 going to the winning team, a great deal depends on this afternoon's opening Singles matches, which are introduced by HARRY CARPENTER.
Producers Richard TILLING , FRED VINER Editor A. P. WILKINSON
Golf continues on BBC1
3.55 International Golf continued
4.55 Maths: Complex Analysis. 5.20 Catalysis. 5.45 Forster and Lawrence. 6.11 Who Plans Ealing? 6.35 Social Change.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Twelve films from different parts of the UK which explore people's sense of identity.
The Shankill Road - both a street and an area - was once synonymous with Loyalism, a byword, even in Belfast. From top to bottom the road was solidly unionist and monarchist and no outsiders disturbed the coherence of the community. But bulldozers are levelling the little streets, the people are moving out. Can the spirit of the Shankill survive the death of its home? And what happens to those loyalties when the actual fabric of the Road disappears?
How can the NHS cope with ever increasing and conflicting demands upon an ever tightening budget? How can resources be fairly distributed? Where should our priorities lie? With Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw
(Totnorrow, Race Relations - What Future?)
by James Mitchell
[Starring] James Bolam, Susan Jameson
with James Garbutt, Jean Heywood
"There's two Jacks... there's the big laughing lad who would give you the shirt off his back - and there's clever Jack, crafty Jack, who would hammer you flat if you got in his way."
"This boat always sails in fresh waters" (DAILY MAIL)
"Its quality and consistency has never wavered" (DAILY TELEGRAPH)
Sir Horatio Manners:
First picket leader:
Second picket leader:
(piano) plays Petrarch Sonnet No 123 by Liszt
First shown in the Music at Night series) ;
Starring Michael Redgrave, Rosamund John
A love story, told against the background of one of the most revolutionary periods of English history, this screen version of Howard J. Spring's famous novel is also the story of a small group of people striving to achieve an ideal. Hamer Radshaw is born poor, in a mill-town at the end of the last century. Already determined to escape the squalor of his boyhood, his life takes a turn for the better when he meets Ann Artingstall.
Films: page 12
First showing on British television
Based on the novel by:
Hamer (as a boy):
Ryerson (as a boy):
Hannaway (as a boy):
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of today's Foursomes and Singles in the international match between Great Britain and Ireland and Europe for the Hennessy Cognac Cup.
HUGH DICKSON reads After the Reunion by LAWRENCE SAIL