7.40 Salvation and Politics 8.5 Dawn of Man. 8.30 MIOI/21 Modelling, Stocks.
8.55 Handicapped in the Community.
9.20 The Pre-Amplifier. 9.45 Maths-Fourier Series. 10.10 Polar Bears. 10.35 A Poet and Politics. 11.0 Education in Trinidad. 11.25 The Alkali Industry.
11.50 Market Demonstrator. 12.15 Social Skills Therapy (1). 12.40 The Meaning of Fossils. 1.5 The Golan Heights (1).
1.30 Educational Research Methods.
The John Player League Glamorgan v Lancashire
Glamorgan did not have the success last year they had in 1977, when they reached the final of the Gillette Cup, but with players like Mike Llewellyn , Peter Swart , John Hopkins and Alan Jones , they must always command respect.
Introduced by PETER WALKER. And news of today's other fixtures: ESSEX V GLOUCESTERSHIRE KENT V NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
LEICESTERSHIRE V WORCESTERSHIRE SURREY V DERBYSHIRE
WARWICKSHIRE V HAMPSHIRE YORKSHIRE V MIDDLESEX
Commentators at Cardiff
JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
TV presentation HUW JONES. JIM RESIDE Series producer BOB DUNCAN
News of the week and visual commentary. With Kenneth Kendall
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
A series of five programmes 2: Sir Arthur Harris
Marshal of the Royal Air Force
This documentary is about a commander whose role in the war provokes question and argument. It fell to Harris to carry out the policy of bombing German cities. He had to send his men again and again into a long and terrible battle, yet himself could only command from the rear. His career ended in partial eclipse because, once the war was won, those who had backed his bomber offensives became somewhat ashamed of them.
Those taking part include: Air Chief Marshal The Hon Sir Ralph Cochrane, Air Marshal Sir Victor Goddard, Albert Speer, Hans Brunswig, General Adolf Galland, Dr Noble Frankland, Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir John Slessor
Written by CORRELLI BARNETT
Narrated by FRANK GILLARD
Quotations from Harris's writings spoken by JOHN MOFFATT
Produced by HARRY HASTINGS
A series of seven filmed plays : 6
May Blossoms by TOM HADAWAY
Come back yem, seafarin' man. to Shields by a corner of Tyne, for your canny toon, they're pullin' it doon. and where will yor old folk gang.
Blind May lives alone, aged and embattled. Defending her cats and cockerel against the demolition men and well-meaning Welfare
Angel, she waits for her Sailor
°oy to come home from the sea.
Theme music by DAVE GREENSLADE Film cameraman JIM SAUNDERS
Film editor DAVID ALIBAND
Designer SPENCER CEAPMAN
Produced by ALASTAin REID
"irectecl by COLIN rose BBC Bristol
Next week, the young Canadian oancer Karen Kain will be arriving in London with the National Ballet of Canada for their season at the Royal Opera House, Covent harden. One of the most talented and attractive dancers of her generation, she has performed with success all over the world.
This profile includes extracts from ROLAND PETIT 'S Carmen with Denys Ganio , and from the National Ballet of Canada's Romeo and Juliet with Frank Augustyn.
"irected by PHILIP MCPHEDRAN
Highlights of this afternoon's Nations Cup from Hickstead with Great Britain competing against teams from USA, Australia and Europe.
After the astonishing speeds achieved by the new generation of ground-effects cars at Silverstone, where race-winner Clay Regazzoni averaged nearly 140 mph, another high-speed contest is assured at Hockenheim, which is dominated by long, fast straights.
Both the Williams and Renault teams will be flat out to repeat their recent successes, while Ferrari's Jody Scheckter and Giles Villeneuve will be striving to consolidate their championship positions.
Television Presentation: The German TV Service
starring Pamela Franklin
Michele Dotrice. Sandor Eles
Jane and Cathy, two nurses on a cycling holiday in France, notice a sinister-looking man in a village cafe. Shortly afterwards, when
Cathy disappears at the site of an unsolved murder, the stranger turns up, offering Jane assistance. and claiming to be a detective. But is he really with the police, or is he involved with the murder as Jane suspects?
Screenplay by BRIAN CLEMENS and TERRY NATION produced by ALBERT FENNELL and BRIAN CLEMENS
Directed by ROBERT FUEST. Films: page 15