6.40 Time Base Generator
7.30 Religions of the Roman Empire
A programme for children under 5 Today's story:
Who Holds Up the Traffic by ULF LOFGNEN Presenters
Pianist PETER GOSLING
Percussionist DAVE MOSES
Graphic designer LAWRENCE HENRY Designer CECILIA BRERETON
Written by CHRISTOPHER WALKER Directed hy NICK WILSON Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FEI. GATE
4.59 Degrees of Difference
5.15 Maths: Non-Euclidean Geometry
5.40 Limits on Political Independence
6.5 Seven Steps to Revolution
6.30 Blade Alloy and Process
with Peter Seabrook
Enthusiasts from four regions of the National Vegetable Society display the results of the loving care and detailed attention paid to their crops. The competition for the Gardeners' World Trophy is judged by William Partridge , . committee member of the Royal Horticultural Society.
Produced by PHILIP HICKS
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing. followed by Weather
with Phil Drabble
A series of five programmes about working dogs - their background and breeding, their upbringing and training, and the special partnership that develops between the dog and its owner.
PHIL DRABBLE visits the Quorn kennels in Leicestershire, cream of the hunting shires. Here, the huntsman Michael Farrin gives him an insight into the private world of the foxhound pack - a closed community of men and hounds in pursuit of perfect teamwork for the field.
BERNARD HEDGES , JIM SAUNDERS Film editor TOM POORE
Assistant producer ROBIN HELLIER Producer PETER CRAWFORD
The eleventh of 18 excerpts from this curate's diary dramatised by JAMES AKDREW HALL Daisy Thomas Producer
Director PETER HAMMOND (Repeal)
Gavin Millar talks pictures every month with the people who make them.
Quadrophenia is the first venture into film production bv The Who. Talking Pictures goes on location with this story of mods and rockers, whose battleground, in the 60s, was the ballroom and the beach.
Plus an introduction to two films in the current Jean Renoir season: tonight's La Grande Illusion and tomorrow's The Vanishing Corporal, including interviews with Jean Renoir.
ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES , CHARLES CHABOT Film editors
PAUL HUMFRESS , CHARLES CHABOT Research CARIN VON DREULE Produced by GAVIN MILLAR
Champions of Crown Green Bowling compete in the BBC2 Masters Championship Noel Burrows (Lancashire) v
Brian Duncan (Lancashire)
As manv predicted, Noel Burrows is through to the final and looking for his first Top Crown Trophy win. His opponent Brian Duncan annihilated Arthur Murray in the semi-final, and on this form is going to be very difficult to beat. Introduced by Colin Welland from the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool
Commentator HARRY RIGBY
Production assistant BRIAN ROGERS Producer KEITH PHILLIPS BBC Manchester
Erich von Stroheim Jean Gabin
Renoir's moving appeal in 1938 to Frenchmen and Germans to stop a second world war at all costs was so powerful that it was banned in Germany and Italy.
The French officers, shot down over Germany, find themselves in a prison fortress governed by an ageing Prussian militarist.
Screenplay by CHARLES SPAAK and JEAN RENOIR Directed by JEAN RENOIR
(AFrench film with English sub-titles)
A. second film report from the 33rd Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama, teaturing some of the performers and sampling the atmosphere of this great cultural jamboree - from the acknowledged excellence of the Festival proper to the experimental extravagances of the Fringe.
Presented by Joan Bakewell
Producer w. GORDON SMITH BBC Scotland
Declarations of War Sir John Mills reads Adagio
The last of five stories by LEN DEIGHTON
The clock always moves at the same speed, but there are some situations where time can seem to move very slowly.
Producer TONY HARRISON BBC Manchester