7.5 Statistics: Sampling
7.30 Maths: Dual Spaces
The final day of the meeting
2.30 The Seabeach Maiden Fillies' Stakes (7f)
3.0 The Selhurst Park Handicap (Old Mile)
3.30 The Lupe Stakes dim)
Last year this important Oaks trial was won by Vielle, who went on to finish a narrowly beaten second at Epsom.
4.0 The Mortar Mill H'cap (Urn) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER
Television presentation KEITH PHILLIPS
4.50 Conquest of the Air
5.15 Making a Microscope
5.40 The Mannheim Sound
6.5 Parliamentary Elections
The second of two illustrated extravaganzas by PETER TINNISWOOD The Congo Affair
Told by ROBIN BAILEY
Mr Robin Bailey 's magic lantern slide lectures end with an account of the mcc's first and only tour of the Belgian Congo. Wisden's Almanac gives only the sketchiest outline of this landmark in the history of the 20th century.
Tonight we learn the inside story of a tour whose ramifications are felt to this day wherever cricket is played.
Director BOB BLAGDEN
Producer TONY LARYEA
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing followed by Weather
A third series of ten programmes presented by DELIA SMITH Barbecues and Picnics
Nothing encourages the appetite as much as the prospect of eating out of doors. In this programme Delia Smith , with her husband Michael, demonstrates the art of successful barbecuing and also shows a wide variety of delicious foods suitable for taking on picnics.
Director JENNY STEVENS Producer PETER RIDING
COOKERY COURSE: 3 - page 81
The second of seven major interviews with leading British politicians. This week Robert McKenzie talks to The Rt Hon Enoch Powell , MP, about his political philosophy and beliefs. How were his ideas formed? What events and people influenced and changed them? And what is their relevance to Britain now and in the future?
Director TAM FRY
Producer JAMES HOGAN
Executive producer PETER IBOTSON
by STEPHEN DAVIS
A film about Andrei Sakharov
Inside the secret heart of the Soviet Nuclear Weapons Research Programme a most brilliant and successful young scientist begins to have doubts about the safety of atmospheric testing. So starts the dangerous and remarkable journey of Andrei Sakharov from the pinnacle of Russian society, through growing conflict with a menacing and inflexible bureaucracy. to the moral leadership of a new class of Soviet intelligentsia - the dissidents. It is the story of a personality as strong and forceful as that of Khrushchev, with whom he clashes, and of a vivid and inventive imagination taken over by nightmarish apprehensions for the future of mankind-now armed with his own invention, the hydrogen fusion bomb.
Photography DAVID FEIG Visual effects designer COLIN MAPSON
Film editor JIM LATHAM
Designer HUMPHREY JAEGER Producer MICK JACKSON
Head of Security:
T D Lysenko:
G I Gusev:
G I Gusev:
investigates, discovers, questions
This week: Trouble in Paradise
In Switzerland, almost every mp is on the board of a bank or a sizeable company, often both.
Jack Pizzey examines connections between the state and big business. An executive of a multinational reports his company to the EEC for breaking its trading laws; he is arrested by the police and imprisoned. An English woman working in Africa buys a Swiss-made medicine banned in the West; she nearly dies. The methods of a baby-food firm selling milk substitute in the Third World break World Health Organisation codes. Could these things happen if the directors of the companies did not sit in board-rooms one day and in parliament the next?
Film editor PETER ORTON Producer ALAN PATIENT Editor TIM SLESSOR