Story: Fish Fly by ANNE COLLORE Presenters Carol Chell
Pianist PETER PETTINGER DesignerJO DAY
Scripts devised by ROBIN HALDANE Directed by PETER CHARLTON Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
1.50 The Tony Teacher Steeplechase (Handicap. 3m)
2.25 The Joe Coral Golden Hurdle (Qualifier. Handicap. 3m)
3.0 The Bath Novices' Steeplechase (2m)
3.30 The Bristol Long Distance Novices' Hurdle (Division II. 3m) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and RICHARD PITMAN
Television presentation by BARRIE EDGAR
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Any Old Port
It's on with the gloves when Stan and Ollie spring to the defence of a damsel in distress -at least as far as Stan is concerned!
Directed by JAMES HORNE Produced by HAL ROACH
6: Suppose that all animals and all plants are represented by the branches of a tree ... the tree of life.
On the Galapagos Islands, Darwin observed subtle differences between the inhabitants of one island and those of another.
But he nearly missed the significance of the little brown finches. Some had beaks thin enough to pick up seeds from the hard ground; others had beaks thick enough to crack a nut. Here was the clue which led him directly to the theory of natural selection.
A series of six programmes 4:Arrochar- The Cobbler
A small but spectacular mountain, less than 30 miles from Glasgow, it has been beloved by generations of climbers from the city, and in the 30s had the character of a 'working-class mountain'. It provides high-grade snow climbing in winter and severe rock climbing in summer-but anyone with strong legs and sound boots can reach the top.
Sandy Cousins and his daughter Eilid (age 15) guide us on the mountain, with a demonstration of climbing by young Glaswegians Norrie Muir and Arthur Paul , and of rock climbing by another Glasgow pair, John Cunningham and Willie Gorman.
Photography STUART WYLD , ANDREW DUNK Film editor DAVID HARVIE
Director ALASTAIR HETHERINGTON BBC Scotland
A series of ten programmes presented by Delia Smith.
A good sauce can enhance the flavour and texture of food, but how do you make sure you avoid lumps and curdling? In this programme Delia Smith shows how to make both simple and more demanding classic sauces.
Presented by Angela Rippon this week: The Eskdale Show
One of the smallest yet most traditional of our agricultural shows is held annually in the heart of the Lake District. It is dominated by the local sheep, the Herdwiek. Phil Drabble and Gordon Beningfield watch the judging and attempt to unravel some of the rituals and customs that have evolved. Joe Henson, who runs his own flock of Herdwicks, explains why it is so important to conserve this breed.
Highlight of this lakeland day is the hound trail. Dogs from all over Cumbria compete on a gruelling course run over the fells. How is it that they return after ten miles' hard running scarcely out of breath?
Produced by ROBIN RELLIER
Series producer PETER CRAWFORD BBC Bristol
David Holmes , the BBC's Political Editor, presents a weekly insight into the world of politics and outlines theconflicts and consequences.
Editor PAUL NORRIS
by CARLA LANE starring and
A work of art has an effect on the whole family. Father and son are drawn closer; Ria finds it hard to ignore Leonard's existence.
Designer GARRY FREEMAN
Produced by GARETH GWENLAN
A play with music by DENNIS POTTER with Bob Hoskins
Cheryl Campbell , Gemma Craven Hywel Bennett , Kenneth Colley Part 3: Easy Come, Easy Go
The second of three late-night events in which this much acclaimed programme is being shown again. There are now three women in Arthur's life: his wife Joan, a country schoolmistress, and now he meets a beautiful blind girl. The mysterious blind Accordion Man still dogs his footsteps.
Choreography TUDOR DAVIES Designer TIM HARVEY
Directed by PIERS HAGGARD (Part 4 is ot 11.15 pm)
Part 4: Better Think Twice and CHILDREN FROM THE FOREST OF DEAN
MARINA VAIZEY talks about
The Cotton Exchange by DEGAS reproduced by kind permission at the Musee des Beaux Arts, Pau.