7.40 A Many-Splendoured Thing?: 2.
8.5 Mechanics. Rotating Frames, 2. 8.30 Romanticism. 8.55 Classical Greece: Social Life. 9.20 The Barber Years. S.45 The Art of Physick. 19.10 Images of Protest. 10.35 Maths Complex Analysis.
11.0 Non-Linearities'. 11.25 The Paris Pantheon. 11.50 Against the Public Interest. 12.15 How Flowers Avoid Incest.
12.40 Molecular Evolution. 1.5 Visual Illusions: Now You See It. 1.30 Voyager's Travels.
starring Bob Monkhouse
Alfred Marks , Hattie Jacques
The first of this afternoon's comedy double bill stars Monkhouse and Alfred Marks as two hard-up brothers. When they discover that their beautiful cousin Toni stands in the way of their inheriting a fortune they decide she must be married - or murdered.
Screenplay by JOHN WATERHOUSE
Based on the play We Must Kill Toni by IAN STUART BLACK. Produced by JACK ASHER and ROBERT ASHER. Directed by ROBERT ASHER. . Films: page 16 and at 3.40
Meet Mr Lucifer starring
Stanley Holloway , Peggy Cummins Jack Watling , Barbara Murray Joseph Tomelty , Kay Kendall
To follow, a comedy with a difference - in the form of a satire on the demon influence of television. Mr Lucifer decides that television should make people sad not happy and sets about his task starting with the gentle Mr Pedelty ...
Written and produced by MONJA DANISCHEWSKY
Based on a play by ARNOLD RIDLEY Directed by ANTHONY PELISSIER
. Films: page 16
Mr Hollingsworth/Mr Lucifer:
Lonely hearts singer:
Lady with the dog:
Lady in the bus:
Further coverage of this afternoon's cross-country stage of the 21st Burghley Championship. More than 70 competitors, including all the top German riders, tackle the 29-fence course spread over four-and-a-half miles of undulating countryside in Lincoln-shire. (Organised by the British Horse Society in association with the TI Group) Commentators
MICHAEL TUCKER and HUGH THOMAS
Producers FRED VINER and JIM RESIDE
Football Association Coaching: Tactics, Skills
A series of 14 programmes
12: Defending from Free Kicks and CornersCoaches
DON HOWE , BILL TAYLOR
GRAHAM TAYLOR , CHARLES HUGHES Players
TREVOR BROOKING , VINCE HILAIRE
Supporting match action showing the close relationship between coaching, practice and performance.
Producer BOB ABRAHAMS
The European Championships from Split, Yugoslavia
The last five finals of the meeting and the end of a gruelling week for Britain's JUNE CROFT. The Wigan girl was selected for five events and makes her final medal bid in the 200m Freestyle. Men's 200m Backstroke Men's 1500m Freestyle
Women's 200m Freestyle
Women's 200m Backstroke
Men's 4 x 100m Medley relay Commentators
ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND
TV presentation YUGOSLAVIAN TV service Producer JOHN PHILIPS i _
The Ladies' Singles Final DESMOND LYNAM introduces coverage of today's match at
Flushing Meadow, New York. In last year's final
Chris Evert Lloyd defeated the young Czech
Hana Mandlikova to regain the Championship, and beat her again in July to secure her third Wimbledon singles title. Also, news of today's semi-finals in the Men's Singles Championship. Commentators
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT and VIRGINIA WADE
TV presentation CBS Producers
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON and JOHN ROWLINSON
The Kodak Masters Bowls Tournament from
Beach House Park, Worthing
The first of seven nightly programmes featuring eight of the best flat green bowlers in the world.
The players are divided into two groups and play on a round robin basis with the top two in each group going through to the semi-finals.
Of those taking part the most famous is DAVID BRYANT, current World Champion and four times Commonwealth Gold Medallist. Also drawn in his group is former World Champion DOUG WATSON from South Africa. Today's match features the holder of the title, BILL MOSELEY, also from South Africa, who takes on former Welsh champion GWYN EVANS. Commentators
DAVID VINE, DAVID RHYS JONES
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
by JOHN LE CARRE dramatised in seven parts by ARTHUR HOPCRAFT Also starring
(in order of appearance) Michael Jayston Anthony Bate Hywel Bennett
Thorley Walters George Sewell
2: 'Lacon sent me for you, George. It could be the road back.' George Smiley is told a story about spies and invited to go forward and to go backwards over some very old ground.
Music composed and conducted by GEOFFREY BURGON
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Director JOHN IRVIN
Further news and highlights of today's action introduced by DESMOND LYNAM.
A corrupt, ambitious policeman uses emotional blackmail on a lonely married woman and begins an affair which leads to murder ... Joseph Losey 's compelling study of the darker side of human relationships features a superb performance by Van Heflin as the unprincipled patrolman who first meets Susan Gilvray while making a routine check for a prowler she imagines is haunting her house.
Screenplay by HUGO BUTLER from a story by ROBERT TIIOEREN and HANS WILIIELM Produced by SAM SPIEGEL Directed by JOSEPH LOSEY Films: page 16