6.40 Time Base Generator
7.5 Electronic Music
7.30 18th-century Speculators
,for details see BBCl at 4.20 pm)
The Goodwood August Meeting transferred to Ascot Racecourse
2.15 The Harvest Nursery Handicap (5f)
2.45 The Rockwood Apprentices' Handicap dim)
3.15 The Bentinck Stakes (Handicap. 1½m)
3.45 The Waterford Candelabra Stakes (7f)
Commentators JULIAN WILSON JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER Interviewer ROBIN GRAY
Television presentation DENNIS MONGER
4.50 Multi-Cultural Education
5.15 Maths: in Perspective
5.40 International Aid
6.30 Design with Plastic
from Clack's Farm, with Peter Seabrook and Arthur Billitt Amongst the vegetables - new varieties of potato, and the war on caterpillars; and on flowers, the best of the new bedding plants and potting up freesias to flower in January. Sheila Macqueen , cuts material and preserves it, for winter arrangements.
Produced by JOHN KENVON
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Severiano Ballesteros : the last of five personal essays from some of the world's greatest golfers.
The power, the subtlety of touch, the shot-making ability, and the sheer arrogance of his play are all graphically demonstrated by the new British Open Champion.
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAlR SCOTT Producer A. p. WILKINSON
The last of four programmes. This week's guest James Burke meets the seven
Mary Cockcroft , 24, business analyst Keith Fraser , 23, car worker Pam Griffin , 22. PE teacher
Lisa Halstead , 23, housewife Gary Jackson , 23, artist John Mcllvride , 24, actor
Mark Renton , 18, undergraduate
Each week the seven have the chance to exchange views with a personality of their choice.
Often impertinent, always revealing ... A refreshing series of interviews.
I DAILY HAIL)
Director PETER HAMILTON Producer derkk TOWERS
The Day After Yesterday by JACK RONDEK
'What am I doing in this town? What have I done? '
A man, facing his mortality, Is unaware of the effect his behaviour is having on his family.
Script editor MAGGIE ALLEN Designer jim longmuir Producer BOB MCINTOSH
Director ROGER BAMFORD. BBC Scotland
From the books by James Herriot
Adapted by Anthony Steven
The last of 13 episodes starring Christopher Timothy as James Herriot, Robert Hardy as Siegfried Farnon with Peter Davison and Carol Drinkwater
Siegfried discovers that a gift given in good faith can deal out death, and James discovers that dealing out death can accidentally be the gift of life...
(First shown on BBCl)
The ninth of 18 excerpts from this curate's diary dramatised by JAMES ANDREW hall, Two Sermons
Producer ROSEMARY HILL
Director PETER HAMMOND
Champions of Crown Green Bowling compete in the BBC2 Masters Championship First Semi-final
Gene Bardon (Yorkshire) t7 Noel Burrows (Lancashire)
This first semi-final brings together the current holder, Gene Bardon , and much-fancied Noel Burrows. Bardon had a difficult win in his quarter-final, while on-form Burrows had a relatively easy game. This should produce a close contest.
Introduced by Colin Welland from
The Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool Commentator harry RIGBY
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS BBC Manchester
and The New York City Ballet
Next month the world-famous NEW YORK CITY BALLET opens at the Royal Opera House for its first London visit in 14 years. The company will be mounting a richly-varied season, including many works by its founder and presiding genius George Balanchine , who started chorcographing more than 50 years ago for Diaghilev's BALLETS RUSSES.
Introduced by one of the company's best-known dancers, Edward Villella Tzigane
Music by RAVEL featuring Suzanne Farrell and Peter Martins
Divertimento No 15
(andante movement) Music by MOZART featuring Merrill Ashley and Robert Weiss
The Four Temperaments Music by hindemith featuring Merrill Ashley Bart Cook , Daniel Duell Colleen Neary and Adam Ludcrs
Made for WNET's Dance in America series Executive producer JAC VENZA Director MERRILL BROCKWAY
JOHN RYE reads Rich and Poor by THOMAS LOVE PEACOCK