6.40 Sizwe Bansi is Dead
7.30 White Collar Workers
2.30 Diadem Stakes (6f)
3.5 Hoover Fillies Mile
The top staying two-year-old fillies class for the season's richest race of its kind, with a first prize of over £12,000.
3.40 Cumberland Lodge Stakes dim)
4.10 Clarence House Stakes (6f) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentator PETER O'SULLEVAN JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HAMMER
TV presentation DAVID KENNING
4.55 Identical Particles
5.20 Education Technologique
5.45 The Composer and his Audience
6.35 Where is Wales?
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Twelve films from different parts of the UK which explore some of the complexities of people's sense of identity.
Crossmaglen in South Armagh, on the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic, has traditionally been famous for two things: the quality of its store cattle, and the buccaneering nature of its inhabitants. Since about 1969 it has acquired a new reputation as a stronghold of Irish Republicanism, and the British army is a constant presence in the town. But this is not a film about the troubles, but about how Crossmaglen sees itself. It's a place of Gaelic football fanaticism, endless talk and a strong sense of its Irishness.
Producer NUALA O'FAOLAIN '.First shown on BBC1)
Schools - Are We Learniny?
Over 80 per cent of our children are now being educated in comprehensive schools. Are they being adequately prepared for life in the 1980s?
With Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw
by James Mitchell[Starring] James Bolam, Susan Jameson, with James Garbutt, Jean Heywood
'Take a look round you - this house - this street ... there's precious few could put it right, but Jack's one of them ... and what's he going to do instead? Go jaunting off to London to make his fortune? '
Always entertaining (SUNDAY TIMES REVIEW) Full of atmosphere (DAILY EXPRESS) (First shown on BBC1)
Sir Horatio Manners:
(pianos) play Valse Romantique No 3 by Chabrier
Trevor Howard , Deborah Kerr
Launder and Gilliat's crisp comedy thriller script revolves round an Irish girl with an odd notion of patriotism during the war.
Directed by FRANK LAUNDER
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(First showing on British television)
Danny Quilty w:
Uncle Timothy ,:
Man in bookshop:
The vibrant music that emanates from the less salubrious areas of Jamaica is a tuneful foot-tapping outlet for frustration and a protest against the appalling poverty which exists away from the lush tourist centres of the Caribbean island paradise.
Well-known Reggae stars, Bob Marley , Jimmy Cliff ,
Inner Circle and a dozen others belt out 17 songs in their natural surroundings as well as for the record in the makeshift studios of a burgeoning local industry.
A film produced and directed by JEREMY MARRE
PETER BARKWORTH reads The Labyrinth by EDWIN MUIR