7.40 Novel Proteins. 8.5 Elements Organised. 8.30 M101/13 Integration. 8.55 Evaluating Arguments. 9.20 Computing: Hardware Structures. 9.45 Polluted Water. 10.10 The Derived Function. 10.35 Multinationals. 11.0 Debate on Community Print. 11.25 Your Home is Your Laboratory. 11.50 Social Psychology.
12.15 Style and Behaviour. 12.40 Central Place Theory. 1.5 Hydrothermal Plumes.
1.30 Red Grouse.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
The John Player League
Today's match features two of the country's strongest and most competitive sides in the fourth round of this popular competition. Commentator
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS Interviews by PETER WALKER
The Monaco Grand Prix
Carlos Reutemann won an incident-packed Belgian Grand Prix just a fortnight ago, and increased his lead at the top of the Drivers Championship table to 12 points. Nelson Piquet in second place, and Reutemann's team mate Alan Jones in third will hope to make up ground on this famous course. Commentators MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
Show Jumping from Hickstead
The Everest Double
Glazing International Grand Prix
All the leading British riders compete this afternoon for the £18,000 which is at stake, a third of that going to the winner. This is a true Grand Prix with two rounds and in the event of equality after that, there will be a jump-off against the clock. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY
* The above times indicate only the first of several transmissions Television presentation: Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Motor racing MONACO TELEVISION
Show jumping JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Grandstand produced by MARTIN HOPKINS Edited by MIKE MURPHY
News of the week, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Richard Whitmore
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Owain Arwel Hughes Special guests
Meryl Drower (soprano) and Bill Crofut-with his American folk songs and banjo pickin'
Accompanist DAVID WILLISON
Sound ADRIAN BISHOP-LAGGETT Lighting DENNIS CIIANNON Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
The Australian Dance Theatre on Tour
Edinburgh 1980, Festival time-and the first Australian dance company to represent their country on such a great occasion ... Lots of apprehensive voices, then one final voice-and very Australian - ' She'll be right, mate '.
This is the story of that optimism: the Australian Dance Theatre, a four-year-old Adelaide company founded by Jonathan Taylor from London's Ballet Rambert, seen not just in Edinburgh, but also at home in the Australian countryside: endless roads, vast landscapes, minute towns, in and out of theatres - the ADT on tour.
With excerpts from ten of their ballets, including recent work by Norman Morrice , Director of the Royal Ballet, and Christopher Bruce , ex-director of Ballet Rambert, and the piece that took the Edinburgh audiences by storm, their light and dance show Wildstars.
Film cameraman JULIAN PENNEY Film sound DAVID NORTON-SMITH Film editor ARDAN FISHER Producer BRIAN ADAMS Director COLIN NEARS
The Magic of Dance, £11.75, from bookshops
A serial in six parts by Jack Pulman.
4: Schulz falls once more beneath the capricious command of Major Neuheim; but his hopes soar when fate places within his grasp Neuheim's sexy new secretary - and a million pounds!
Featuring motor racing's Formula One World Championship The Monaco Grand Prix
One of motor sport's great occasions, this classic race round the houses and harbour of the fashionable Mediterranean resort of Monte Carlo was won last year by CARLOS REUTEMANN , who, after five events this season, leads the drivers' Championship by 12 points from Brazilian NELSON PIQUET.
Commentators MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
Television presentation MONACO TV SERVICE Producer JIM RESIDE
from Hickstead Highlights of today's
Everest Double Glazing
International GrandPrix with a first prize of £6,000.
Sam Waterston Jenny Agutter
On the rebound from a dying affair, Ann is swept off her feet by William, an American play-wright living in London. But this charming philanderer's unthinking selfishness and numerous affairs prove to be Ann's undoing. Beryl Bainbridge 's delicately constructed script, adapted from her own novel, shrewdly examines the different perspectives men and women may have on love, sex and desire.
It's a real pleasure to find a British film full of well-acted, highly individualised young people of the 1980s.
Screenplay by BERYL BAINBRIDGE
Produced by JEREMY WATT
Directed by CLAUDE WHATHAM
(First showing on British television) Films: page 10