6.40 Sikhs in Britain
7.5 Faraday and Electromagnetism
7.30 The Weissenhof Siedlung 1927
Story: The Pedlar and his Caps (traditional) Presenters
Floella Benjamin, Stuart McGugan
Book, Play School: Ready to Play, £1.50, from bookshops. Play On (record REC 332, cassette zcm 332); Bang on a Drum, songs from Play School and Play Away (record REC 242, or cassette MRMC 004), from record shops
Today is the fi"st of trie 1980 three-day meetings from one of the most picturesque courses in Britain. BBC cameras cover the first four races on the card including the main race of the day, The Chester Vase.
2.15 The Lily Agnes Slakes (5f)
2.45 The Grosvenor Stakes (llm)
3.15 The Ladbroke Chester Handi cap (lim)
3.45 The Chester Vase (1½ m) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER
Television presentation KEITH PHILLIPS
4.50 Maths - Linear Equations
5.15 Computers - Algorithms
5.40 Area for Revision
6.5 Sharing a House
6.30 Elements Discovered
Introduced by Johnny Ball
Judges Heinz Wolff and Professor Ian Fells challenge teams from BRITISH STEEL, CHAILEY HERITAGE HOSPITAL and PLESSEY RESEARCH to design and build an ' automatic pancake tossing' machine. Hilary Henson reports on the first semi-final of The Great Egg Race.
Radio Cleveland Barry Lockwood Radio Derby Jock Smith
Radio Stoke Malcolm Mclvor
Who will be the first to go through to the final to challenge for the Hartmann Fibre Trophy?
Production assistant DANA PURVIS Director PAUL LOOSLEY Producer PETER BRUCE
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Steam on the Move
The success of the canals led to the development of rivals and vanquishers, the railways. The inadequate power of horses led to the use of stationary, then moving, steam engines and to the parallel development of the steam boat.
In the seventh of eight films, Anthony Burton visits a stationary steam engine in the Peak District, rides on ' an animated knitting machine', looks for the route of the first successful colliery railway and takes a trip on the oldest working steam boat.
Film editor KEITH WILTON Producer MICHAEL GARROD
Three programmes by JIM HAWKINS starring Anthony Bate
David Collings , Anne Stallybrass 1: Seeing is Believing
A visitor to an orbiting space laboratory questions the research. A highly-sophisticated computer simulates Galileo and Pope Urban , who join the debate on truth and responsibility in science. With MICHAEL SADLER , TAYLOR MCAL'LEY
I applaud whoever was involved in this venture. They had the imagination to explore what science is really about.
Produced and directed by MICHAEL COYLE (First broadcast in Schools)
A British company now owns more native American oil than any other. But to get that oil from the shores of the Arctic Ocean and into the great American marketplace, BP had to find an American partner.
This film is a portrait of that company, Standard Oil of Ohio. Even in the States most people had never heard of Sohio before the partnership. Now it's the most profitable sector of the BP empire. Just what does the American connection amount to? And how much say does the British parent have in Sohio's affairs?
Written and produced by:
Being a reconstruction in six parts of the sad case surrounding Mary Blandy written by KEN TAYLOR with and the voice of 5: Once out of the house, Mr Blandy has forbidden Cranstoun's return until he is declared a free man. In answer, Cranstoun has sent from Scotland a gift of pebbles and ' some powder to clean them'. In truth, he says, this is another love-powder, and following Cranstoun's instructions Mary mixes it into her father's gruel. Mr Blandy is stricken fatally ill.
Music by RON GRAINER and DAVID CAIN Make-up artist PAM MEAGER
Costume designer RITA REEKIE Script editor CICELY CAWTHORNE Designer BARRY NEWBERY
Produced by RICHARD BEYNON Directed by BRIAN FARNHAM
The Rev Stevens:
The Rev Mr Swinton:
Clerk of Arraigns:
Written by Derek Ingrey
A detective series in 15 episodes starring Tom Adams as Det Chief Insp Nick Lewis with Sharon Mughan as Kate Burton and Duggie Brown as Phil Strong
Billy Swain died in prison and a lot of people are interested in what has become of his fortune. The only lead is Toddy, and he can't talk!
Book (same title), paperback 90p, hardback ÃÂ£4.75, from bookshops. Record (same title, RESL 68) from record shops
Det Chief Insp Nick Lewis:
Introduced by Noel Edmonds Design for the 80s
The recent Turin Motor Show gave an opportunity to Italy's motor designers to show their ideas for the decade. Gordon Wilkins goes behind the scenes of the world's pre-eminent auto designer, Giorgetto Giugiaro, and Frank Page reports from the show
Who do you think you are, Stirling Moss?
Yesterday Britain's best-known racing driver demonstrated his old flair to the holiday crowds at Brands Hatch.
NOEL EDMONDS reports.
Directors PHILIP FRANKLIN and PETER STAUNTON
Producer DEREK SMITH BBC Birmingham
Peter Snow, Charles Wheeler , John Tusa and Peter Hobday present an informed account of what's happening in the world: plus news summary, weather forecast and sports results from Fran Morrison and David Davies.
Producer PAUL NORRIS Director ALEX SAWARD Assignment editors
GEORGE WALKER , JOHN MAHONEY Deputy editor RONALD NEIL Editor GEORGE CAREY
with Anne Nightingale
In the studio this week: Jules and the Polar Bears and The Movies with album tracks, interviews, news and reviews.