6.40 Santa Maria del Popolo
7.5 A Profile of Charles Ives
7.30 Man-powered Aircraft (1)
Story: Rabbits Galore by NORMAN TYRELL Presenters
Carol Chell , Stuart McGugan
Today's Haydock Park feature is the Embassy Premier 'Chase Final; at Newbury the Arkell Brewery Handicap is highlighted.
2.30 Newbury: Burford Novices' 'Chase (3m)
2.45 Haydock: Sutton Hunters '. 'Chase (3m)
3.0 Newbury: Arkell Brewery Handicap 'Chase (2m 160yds)
3.20 Haydock: Embassy Premier 'Chase Final (2 1/2 m) in which home stars Drusus and Dramatist face a strong Irish challenge.
3.35 Newbury: March Hare Handi cap Hurdle (2m 100yds)
3.50 Haydock: Embassy Hurdle (Handicap. 2m)
4.5 Newbury: Bath Road Handicap Hurdle (3m 120yds)
Commentators at Haydock Park
PETER O'SULLEVAN, RICHARD PITMAN Commentators at Newbury
JULIAN WILSON, JOHN HANMER
Haydock Park NICK HUNTER Newbury JOHN MCNICHOLAS
5.15 Geophysical Techniques
The classic serial in 13 episodes
3: Captured by Shark Men
In which Flash Gordon, having thwarted Emperor Ming's plan to marry Dale, faces the terrors of King Kala and his Shark Men.
Old Chinese proverb says: He who mixes Monkey business with pleasure liable end up making people laugh.'
The Minx and the Slug: or how Pigsy set off to rescue Hai-Ming but found that she had married a Slug-Monster.
Music by MICKY YOSHINO
Directed by YUSUKE WATANABE
English adaptation by DAVID WEIR
English version directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL for WORLD WIDE SOUND LONDON Produced by NTV andKOKUSAI HOEI
Cross-country ski-ing, often the only mode of travel in parts of Scandinavia, is a growing sport in America. In Wisconsin, 2,000 skiers compete in the largest, longest and zaniest ski race in the United States.
Produced by HARVEY EDWARDS
A second series of ten programmes presented by DELIA SMITH 18: Vegetarian Cooking
Meals without meat can be just as nutritious and tasty as the traditional meat and two veg. Delia Smith explodes some of the myths surrounding vegetarian cooking and shares her enthusiasm for it by demonstrating a quick scone A pizza, hazelnut and vegetable burgers and mixed vegetables a la Grecque.
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer PETER RIDING
with sub-titles for the hard-ofheaiing, followed by Weather
A Portrait by RICHARD HOGGART and RONALD DRAPER
' I never starved in a garret, nor waited in anguish for the post to bring me an answer from editor or publisher, nor did I struggle in sweat and blood to bring forth mighty works, nor did I ever wake up and find myself famous.'
(D. H. LAWRENCE ,
D. H. Lawrence died 50 years ago on Sunday. Today he is one of the most famous novelists in the world. This portrait includes scenes from
Sons and Lovers, The Rainbow, The Daughter-in-Law and Lady
Chatterley's Lover; and Michael Pennington reads a selection from his poems and essays. Cast:
Lynn Farleigh , Rosalind Shanks
Michael Elphick , Anne Stallybrass David Dixon , Sylvestra Le Touzel Roy Spencer , Penelope Wilton Lighting BERT POSTLETHWAITE
Designer BERNARD LLOYD-JONES
Executive producer BILL MORTON Producer DAVID HEYCOCK Director PETER BUTLER
BBC2 Snooker Championship
A special ' double bill' including the eighth and ninth frames in the series for the 1980 Pot Black Trophy, featuring in Group 2 two Pot Black Champions:
Graham Miles (Birmingham) v Eddie Charlton (Australia)
The second game for both players in the qualifying round. And in Group 1:
Terry Griffiths (Wales) the 1979 World Professional Snooker Champion v John Spencer (Manchester) former World Snooker Champion and thrice Pot Black Champion.
The last chance for Griffiths and Spencer to improve their record.
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS . Referee SYDNEY LEE . Commentator TED LOWE
Director ROY NORTON
Producer REG PERRIN. BBC Birmingham
for the Marley Trophy
Lee Trcvino and Ben Crenshaw v Henry Cooper and Robert Stack
Last year the amateurs beat the professionals in this special challenge match. Lee Trevino , one of the beaten professionals, is keen that it shouldn't happen again.
Peter Alliss introduces and talks with the players in these matches played over nine selected holes on the King's Course at Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland.
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING
Investigates, Discovers, Questions This week:
' People who combine together to keep up prices do not shout it from the housetops; they make their own arrangements in the cellar where no one can see.'
And what those cellarmen are doing is engaging in private resale price maintenance, at I 2 expense of the shopper and shopkeeper. ' Pile it high and sell it cheap' is the motto of the supermarkets. But some manufacturers won't sell to supermarkets who say it's because they sell too cheaply and don't play according to the manufacturer's rules.
Because of the price-fixers, not only are some prices too high, but so are our rates, and maybe even our taxes. A secret battle is being fought in town halls to hit back at price-rigging by contractors, but with little success.
Now a new law is being brought in to outlaw ' the cellarmen '.
Jeremy James , Michael Dean and Jenny Conway examine the price-riggers - and the new law aimed at banning them.
Producer phil GEDDES Editor TIM SLESSOR
Jazz-writer Mike Hennessey talks to the creator of the Newport Jazz Festival, George Wein , about styles and trends in jazz, with particular reference to tonight's musicians Martial Solal
Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock Hank Jones and John Lewis
Producer DON SAYER
A way of ending the week with Tim Rice , plus music and guests at the Greenwood Theatre.
Director TONY TYLEY
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER