7.40 Transport and Road Research
8.5 Field Geology Arran
8.30 M101/24 Modelling, Cranes
8.55 Transformer Core Materials
9.45 Buoyancy in Marine Animals
10.10 Project Tutoring
10.35 The Earth's History
11.0 Database: Security
11.25 Preparing to Study with the OU
11.50 Mechanics-Rotating Frames: 2
12.15 Biological System Respiration
12.40 Display and Recording
1.5 Predicting Failure
The John Player League
Over £ 30,000 in prize money will be awarded today, as the John Player League reaches its climax.
The champions receive £6,500, the runners-up £ 3,000, and the county placed third £1,650. Individual awards also to be decided include E250 for the fastest televised 50.
The matches being played today are:
DERBYSHIRE V GLOUCESTERSHIRE ESSEX υ NORTHAMPTONSHIRE HAMPSHIRE V MIDDLESEX KENT V YORKSHIRE
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE V LANCASHIRE SURREY V LEICESTERSHIRE SUSSEX V GLAMORGAN
WARWICKSHIRE V SOMERSET
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators
JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
BOB DUNCAN and HUW JONES
Theme music of sports programmes on Sporting Themes (record REH 348, cassette ZCM 348), from record shops
plus sub-titles for those who cannot hear. With Jan Leeming
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
News reports and background on Ceefax
Ogunde: Man of the Theatre Narrated by OLU JACOBS
Chief Hubert Ogunde , impresario extraordinary and Nigeria's most popular playwright and entertainer, has always had the happy knack of knowing the mood of his people in this oil-rich, fast-changing country.
' I didn't go to university and I thank God I didn't, because I might have been exposed to a classical way of doing things that cut me off from my roots.'
Today, at the age of 62, with irrepressible energy and characteristic good business sense, he has embarked on a new career, as a film maker.
At the same time he remains the traditional African patriarch, running his travelling theatre company, which is staffed and managed by his many wives. How many is not a question one asks in African society. ' Let us say more than ten,' Ogunde laughingly answers the persistent reporter.
Film cameraman ELMER COSSEY Film editor JANE VAL BAKER Producers RICHARD
TAYLOR ALHAJI ADEGBOYEGA ARULOGUN
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS , PETER JONES A BBC/NTA co-production
' All my criticism of modern art can be reduced to a single word: Filth
When he died in 1978 de Chirico was already a legend. He'd been an inspiration to the Surrealist movement in painting - one of the great names of 20th-century art.
His strange, dream-like city squares, his 'metaphysical interiors ', his part-human part-mechanical ' mannequins ', created an unforgettable world immediately recognisable as his. But he turned his back on it all: 'I have a mission to fulfil', he said.
This film includes the last interview recorded before his death, in which he talks about his life, his work and what he regards as the disaster of modern art.
Director REINER MORITZ RM PRODUCTIONS, Munich
Forty years ago to the day, 7 September 1940, Hurricanes of 257 Squadron took off from Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, to intercept a wave of Luftwaffe bombers over the Thames Estuary. Among those lost in the engagement that followed was ' A ' Flight commander, Fl-Lt H. R. A. Beresford. No one saw him shot down and his body and aircraft were not recovered. He was posted as ' missing
But in September 1979 a group of enthusiasts in Second World War military aircraft, located beneath the mud of the Isle of Sheppey what they believed to be the wreckage of a fighter ... This documentary pieces together the story of Beresford's last mission.
DAVID WHITTLES, ALEX HANSEN Film recordist RON KEIGHTLEY Film editor NEIL THOMSON Producer ROGER MILLS Director PETER GORDON
Limerick v Galway
Highlights of today's final at Croke Park, Dublin, between Limerick, the surprise team of this year's competition, and Galway, who were beaten in last year's final by Kilkenny. Commentator
TV presentation RTE
continues the season celebrating Hollywood's ' new wave ' directors of the 70s. Tonight starring
Keith Carradine , Shelley Duvall
This remarkable film follows the fate and misfortunes of three prisoners who abscond from a Mississippi farm penitentiary. With the 1930s depression at its height, they revert to crime, robbing banks and eventually committing murder. Almost inexorably, circumstances, the law and their own differing natures create a stranglehold on their lives and emotions.
Carradine and Duvall are outstanding as the gentle and doomed lovers whose affair forms the central theme and leads to one of the most memorable and terrifying climaxes in the history of the movies.
Screenplay by CALDER WILLINGHAM
JOAN TEWKESBURY and ROBERT ALTMAN
Based on the novel Thieves Like Us by EDWARD ANDERSON
Produced by JERRY BICK
Directed by ROBERT ALTMAN. Films: p 18 (First showing on British television)