6.40 Stronghold of the Gospel
7.5 State of Water
7.30 Le Corbusier: Villa Savoye
Story: Jack and the Beanstalk (traditional) Presenters
Floella Benjamin, Chris Tranchcll
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
The last of today's televised races from the first
, day of flat racing's most colourful occasion.
4.20 Coventry Stakes (6f)
Featuring live and exclusive coverage of Czechoslovakia v Holland from Stadio Giusseppe
Czechoslovakia, the holders, meet Holland in a repeat of the 1976 semi-final, which went to extra time.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES with match summaries from BOBBY CHARLTON
JIMMY HILL will be joined by LAWRIE MCMENEMY and LOU MACARI to give their expert comment before and after the match.
ITALIAN TELEVISION SERVICE Producers
FRED VINER and JIM RESIDE Editor MIKE MURPHY
South Africa v The British Isles from Bloemfontein
Highlights of the Second Test
Having been beaten in a thrilling test at Cape Town two weeks ago, the British team must win the Second Test at Bloemfontein to keep alive their chances of winning the four-match series. An unprecedented number of injuries have made it difficult for the Lions to settle on their best team, but Bill Beaumont is confident that victory for his team is possible. This game also presents the Springboks with an opportunity to dispel memories of their worst-ever international defeat at the hands of the Lions in the Second Test of 1974. Commentator
SOUTH AFRICAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION Producer HUW JONES
ANDREW HARVRY introduces a series of ten programmes for swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages. 9: Fitness
Swimming is the perfect way of getting fit and keeping fit. DR PHIL PENNY, medical adviser to the Amateur Swimming Association, helps ordinary swimmers prepare their own fitness programmes.
Recorded at Barnet Copthall Director DAVID SPIRES Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
(Part 10: Water Sa/cty, tomorrow at
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
These paintings are not claimed to be the greatest or the most popular. But great they undoubtedly are and all worth a closer look. They are being presented weekly in 20 themes.
This week: The Magic of Light Zurbaran (1598-1664)
Plate of Lemons, Oranges and Mug with Hose at the Norton Simon Museum of Art at Pasadena, California; in which still-life is made to glow magically and mysteriously. Written and presented by Edwin Mullins
Director BILL MORTON
(Tomorrow: Bonnard's 'Nude against the Light ')
Presented by Nick Ross
A series investigating the law, the lawyers and the courts in action.
Reporters Norma Shepherd and Peter Bazalgctte - with specialist advice from Michael Molyneux look into topical legal issues.
Research GABRIELLE O'CONNOR and WENDYSTURGESS
Film director ADAM CURTIS
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Executive producer PETER CHAFER Producer HENRY MURRAY
Our Very Own
British Petroleum was in the forefront of the struggle to recover oil from the North Sea -lured on by the rich harvest waiting in the Forties field. But after Forties what are the prospects for Britain's largest company? What new fields are proved, how will the oil be extracted, how long will it last?
Research GILL BARNES
Assistant producer JONATHAN CRANE
Written and produced by TREVOR PHILPOTT
The first of six programmes Written by SPIKE MILLIGAN and NEIL SHAND With JOHN BLUTHAL
BOB TODD , DAVID LODGE
KEITH SMITH , JULIA BRECK
ALAN CLARE , JOHNNY VYVYAN
MARK EZRA and RAYMOND BAXTER Musical item ED WELCH
Designer BRYAN ELLIS
Produced by DOUGLAS ARGENT Directed by RAY BUTT
Written by DEREK INGREY
A detective series in 15 episodes
10: Why Don't They Tell You These Things?
All Nick Lewis wanted was to return a crocodile handbag to a released prisoner, but when the man drowns suddenly and the body disappears Nick knows he has stumbled into a dangerous intrigue.
Studio lighting TONY ESCOTT
Studio sound ALLAN WILLIAMS Designer PETER PHILLIPS Producer JOE WATERS Director ROGER TUCKER
as Det Chief Insp:
Chief Supt Evans:
WPC Joan Bayliss:
Mortuary attendant Ryan:
Mortuary attendant Duffy:
' All Queen Anne front and Mary-Ann back; elegance on one side, vulgarity on the other.'
That's how Jack Tinker , theatre critic of the Daily Mail, describes the Regency flavour of Brighton, where he's lived for 20 years.
Since Prinny's day it's been an unlikely confection of theatrical grandeur and what-the-butler-saw. But post-war planning has allowed whole streets of Old Brighton to be torn down and replaced by tower blocks and car parks. Some people have moved away in despair. JACK TINKER is among those who have chosen to stay and fight.
Producer MIKE PURTON
including news summary, weather forecast and sports results.
The last programme in the present series features highlights from the GENESIS concert recorded at London's Lyceum Ballroom on 7 May.
Director JOHN BURROWES
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON