6.40 Poisons That Paralyse. 7.5 What Price the Workers? 7.30 Crystals.
The Ladbroke Grand National Meeting
2.35 Ladbroke Topham Trophy Handicap 'Chase (2m 6f)
One complete circuit of the Grand National course featuring all the famous fences - Becher's, Canal Turn, Valentine's and the biggest obstacle of all - the Chair. In this race, unlike the National, the Chair is one of the first to be jumped, when the pace is usually fast.
3.10 Siematic Kitchens Novices' 'Chase (3m If)
3.45 Holiday Inn H'Cap Hurdle (2m)
4.20 Haig Whisky Foxhunters' 'Chase (2m 6f)
The final circuit of the Grand National course before Saturday. The Foxhunters' has a great tradition for spectacle and drama; and the late John Thorne will always be remembered for his spectacular riding of Spartan Missile to victory without his irons.
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN , JULIAN WILSON RICHARD PITMAN and JOHN HANMER Introduced by TONY GUBBA
Directors RICHARD TILLING , NICK HUNTER Producer FRED VINER
Results from the day's meeting on Ceefax
Skydiving is perhaps one of the most dangerous and exciting sports. It is also one of the most beautiful and graceful.
Directed by PAUL MITCHELTREE
ATLANTIC FILMMAKERS' CO-OP production
Introduced by James Cameron
The owner of a Nottingham factory that turned out lace-making machinery before the war, used his movie camera to record not just his family life and holidays at Skegness, but also rare scenes on the shop floor and on a works' outing with his employees.
Series producer DAVID COLLISON
Presented by PAUL JORDAN
Lovell Beach House
A masterpiece of the 'International Style ' built for a Los Angeles doctor, Philip Lovell.
Producer EDWARD HAYWARD
A BBC/Open University production
Win the Atlantic - Win the War Written and presented by Ludovic Kennedy who tells the story of the U-boat war, including rarely-seen film.
Men from both sides describe their experiences, including:
Vice-Admiral Sir Peter Gretton , KCB, DSO, OBE, Dsc, wartime commander, 7th Atlantic Escort Group Captain Donald MacIntyre , dso, DSC, in command of the destroyer Walker
Rear-Admiral Otto Kretschmer , Commander of U-99, who sank some 300,000 tons of Allied shipping.
Grand Admiral Doenitz, former C-in-C U-Boats who was, briefly, second FUhrer of the Third Reich.
Producer TONY BROUGHTON
Admiral Sir Peter
The new time clock provokes a row between Tony and Les. But Tony receives support from an unexpected quarter.
Serial written and devised by PHIL REDMOND. Title music by MARTIN COOK Studio lighting NIGEL WRIGHT
Studio sound GRAHAM WILKINSON
Designer PAUL HUNTING Producer BRIAN spiby. Director JEREMY SUMMERS
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
The Politics of Poverty
Last of a four-part film series presented by Professor David Donnison examining the realities of low-income living and their political and social impact.
The Politician's Tale
Whither poverty in Britain today? Will the rich get richer, while the poor grow more deprived? How can we as a nation bridge the gap between the haves and have-nots? MPs and lobbyists discuss the future politics of poverty.
Series producer MARJORIE ORR Film editor LOUIS MILLER
Producer DAVID HANINGTON. BBC Scotland
Wednesday 13 January, the fifth day of snow and ice, the first day of the national rail strike.
BBC camera crews spent the day in five places: Baston Fen - where the British Speed Skating Championship had been hastily arranged; Longleat - where the lions and camels waited for lunch; the Lleyn Peninsula - where snow ploughs slowly moved down the road to Aberdaron; Braemar - where the schoolchildren had a ski-ing lesson; and Kew Gardens.
With another unpredictable half-hour of live entertainment in the last of the present series.
Executive producer KEN STEPIIINSON Producer ALAN WALSH
between Arthur Marshall
Maureen Lipman , Roy Marsden and Frank Muir
Sue Lawley, Jack Tinker Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON , BILL TODMAN Directed by ALAN J. W. BELL Producer PAUL CIANI
J. W. Bell
A Forty Minutes documentary series in seven parts, filmed at Harefield Hospital.
Vaju Manek is in theatre awaiting his heart transplant operation. At a nearby hospital Mr Magdi Yacoub is removing the heart from a young traffic-accident victim. Very soon, unforeseen complications arise at Harefield. There are adhesions in Mr Manek's chest - the aftermath of a previous operation. Once the chest is opened, bleeding occurs, which is almost impossible to stop. The operation progresses, but in the small hours of the morning blood-donors are summoned, first from donor-panels, then from the services and the police. Despite the efforts of the surgical team, all is in vain The transplant is a technical success, but Vaju Manek dies on the following day.
Presented by H. C. Robbins Landon
2: String Quartet in C, Op 76 No 3 (Emperor)
The most famous of Haydn's quartets is performed at Tredegar House, New-port, Gwent, by the Amadeus Quartet
Norbert Brainin and Siegmund Nissel (violins) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
Sound FRANK PRENDERGAST Lighting LEN STEPHENS Director NEIL DAVIES
ProducerJ . MERVYN WILLIAMS BBC Cymru/Wales
H. C. Robbins
J . Mervyn
Presenters Peter Snow, John Tusa and Donald MacCormick bring you the major events of the day, and the pictures, interviews and analysis that explain their significance.
Joan Bakewell has first news of stories from the arts; David Icke and Marshall Lee have the stories from behind the world of sport.
Producers PETER BELL , JOHN HOLME Directors
MIKE CATHERWOOD , JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
JOHN MAHONEY , CLIVE SYDDALL Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor RONALD NEIL
presents Teardrop Explodes, a special concert recorded at the Riverside Studios, Hammersmith
Presented by Anne Nightingale
The Old Grey Whistle Test - Test Pressing (record BELP 017, cassette ZCF 017) from retailers