In alphabetical order, a complete run-down of the results so far. Direct from the Election computer, all the information you will want to know about your constituency,
Story: Harry, the Dirty Dog Written by GENE ZION Illustrated by MARGARET BLOY GRAHAM Presenters
Karen Piatt , Brian Cant
A chance for teachers to sample some programmes from next year's output. This morning: 'Bags of Sugar' from the geography series for nine- to 11-year-olds, Near and Far.
Voice and music:
2.2-2.22 Scene: James is Our Brother
2.35 Preview: A Good Read
A Good Read helps to make reading enjoyable for ten- to 12-year-olds: today's selected programme presents the first episode of a mystery story and shows how to find information from an index.
Producer (A Good Read):
4.50 Organisation Development (1) 5.15 The Simplex Method. 5.40 Television and Politics. 6.5 Innovation and Farmers' Decisions. 6.30 Noise and Interference.
from Clacks Farm with Peter Seabrook , Arthur Billitt Hoping the chance of frost is receding, Arthur is clearing the cold frame of vegetables to make way for melons, cucumbers and courgettes. Peter attends to seasonal work in the border, sowing flowers to last through to the first frost of autumn.
Produced by JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
with Robert Erskine
A series of 13 programmes about 25 centuries of coins.
3: The Owl and the Chariot
Eastern peoples copied the coins of Athens because they had become so familiar; in Europe the Celts also copied the gold pieces of Philip of Macedon but gave them their own style.
Directed by PHILIP CHILVERS
Produced by BETTY WHITE
The timeless rock star ' oF blue suede' visits Snape Maltings to sing the beat songs and ballads he made famous. Musical backing by THE C. P. EXPRESS
Director RICK GARDNER
Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
The Death of the Prince Imperial Written and narrated by JOHN JULIUS NORWICH
In the summer of 1879 the much-loved son of the Emperor Napoleon III went out with the British army to fight against the Zulus. Ambushed outside a Zulu kraal, the Prince Imperial, heir to the throne of France, was hacked to death by Zulu assegais. The man court-martialled for allowing this atrocity was a Lieutenant Carey. Victorian England was shocked by the death and even more so by the establishment's attempt to make Carey a scapegoat.
The precise events leading up to that fatal day are retold at the very place in Zululand and the transcript of the court martial, only recently available to the public, is used to dramatise extracts from the trial-and reveal the dramatic outcome.
Court martial cast
Film editor ROY FRY
Producer KENNETH SHEPHEARD Editor BRUCE NORMAN
with Derek Brimstone
Music and comedy from the Poco-a-Poco Theatre Club, Stock-port. This week's guest, DEREK BRIMSTONE , adds his own brand of Cockney humour to the music of FIVEPENNY PIECE.
Sound ALAN FOX. Lighting JOHN CROWTHER Producer BARRY BEVINS. BBC Manchester
Underdog by JACK SHEPHERD starring
Nigel Hawthorne , Anton Rodgers
Down in the street, a military band marches into a cul-de-sac. High up in the Secret Service, Skellow checks the tennis court booking and awaits his adversary, sure that Adwick has no answer to his rapier-like backhand volley ...
Lighting ALEC ROBSON. Sound PETER MELLORS Designer MARGARET PEACOCK Producer W. STEPHEN GILBERT Director MICHAEL WEARING BBC Birmingham
Sixteen champion darts players compete for the BBC2 Bullseye Trophy and a first prize of £1,000. Featuring two first-round matches Bill Lennard v John Lowe
Colin Baker v Barry Atkinson
World Champion JOHN LOWE plays fellow England International BILL LENNARD. And our up-and-coming young star COLIN BAKER takes on the Australian number one. Introduced by PETER PURVES Commentators
SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN
Producer NICK HUNTER. BBC Manchester
Edith Clever as the Marchioness Bruno Ganz as the Count
A selection of some of the best foreign films shown during the last three years.
During the Napoleonic wars a young widow is saved by a Czarist officer from rape. Some months later she is astonished to find herself pregnant and much distressed by her family, who cannot believe that she has no idea how it happened. In desperation she places an advertisement in the newspaper asking the man responsible to make himself known.
Written/directed by ERIC ROHMER from the book by HEINRICH VON KLEIST. Films: p 29 (A German film with English sub-titles)