6.40 Speclroscopy. 7.5 Economics: Cogs in the Wheel? 7.30 Crystal and Mantle Processes.
Play School is away today.
Carol Chell and Peter Gosling are at Medecroft Opportunity Centre,
Winchester and Marwell Zoological Park, Colden Common.
Story: The Diddle Daddle Farmer by NICK WILSON and PETER GOSLING (Repealed on BBC1 at 3.55 pm)
The State Express Classic from the West Hants Club Bournemouth
The British Hard Court Championships have again attracted an excellent entry and as an added bonus there is also an Over-35s tournament which should rekindle a few memories.
Both last year's finalists return,
Victor Pecci from Paraguay and Balazs Taroczy from Hungary, and the British entry is headed by Buster Mottram , who has been playing so well recently.
Introduced by BARRY DAVIES
Commentator DAN MASKELL JOHN BARRETT , MARK COX
BBC videobook Play Tennis(BBCV 1010) £37.95 from retailers
The origins and development of Banbury, Chipping Campden and Hallaton show the characteristics and functions of English market towns in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Producer PATRICIA HODGSON
A BBC/Open University production
The last of the 12-part classic cliffhanger serial, starring Herman Brix as Kioga, the Hawk Trail'sEnd
A last chance of escape is jeopardised as Hawk seeks vengeance on the demon killer of his friend ...
A RRPUBLIC serial ( Black and white)
Presented by Charlotte Allen
Scries judge Heinz Wolff and euest judge
Professor Michael French take to the court to judge this week's problem.
It's all about shuttlecocks and badminton rackets and how to get both together at the right time.
Attempting to do so are teams from RNEC Manadon, The Central
School of Art and Design in London and The British Engineerium, Hove.
Studio director chables IIUFF Producer peter BRUCE
Seven programmes for the young motorcyclist.
3: Fit for the Road?
Will your bike pass its MOT? Eight out of ten don't!
Eugenie Vcrncy gets some answers from Graham Bailey , Colin Howell and Brian Hunter , while Dr Rob Buckman describes what drink does to your riding.
Film editor PATTI WINTER Producer ian woolf
Boole (same title), 11.50 from booksellers
Negotiating time - for Tony and Sally; for Gilchrest, with Stephanie; the Industrial Relations Officer and Tony - and between Eddie and the new leader of the SDP at County Hall.
Cast in order of appearance:
Serial written and devised by PHIL REDMOND
Title music by MARTIN COOK Titles MICHAEL GRAHAM-SMITH Properties buyer TONY WATTS Designer pail MUNTING Producer BRIAN spiby
Director jeremy summers
Book (same title), hardback 16 50, paperback il.50, from booksellers
Derek Haslett ;:
Sir Michael Gunther:
This week's theme:
The Nude and the Naked Manet (1832-83)
Olympia, at The Louvre, Pans
Manet was a man of his time and depicted the society in which he lived in his paintings. He was too honest. When this picture was first shown in public it had to be hung so that the offended public could not reach it with their sticks and umbrellas.
Written and narrated by joiin j JACOB
Director ANITA cbbm
(Tomorrow. Matisse - ' Blue Nude ')
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
In this final film report from Antarctica, Bob Langley visits British and American scientific bases and meets the modern pioneers. Antarctica is known to contain vast mineral riches. Its seas are teeming with protein. It could be vital to our future as other continents exhaust their own resources.
(First shown in Pebble Mill at One)
The Wreck of the Mary Rose Part 2
During 1981 the archaeologists' work on the Mary Hose reached a new climax and the Mary Rose Trust's plans to raise the hull were finalised at last. The Trust is responsible for a part of our national heritage, in bringing to the surface what is left of the oldest English battleship. Chronicle reports on the Trust's progress from January 1981 until now. Narrated by Andrew Faulds
Undcrvalcr photography riu jounson Film editor hoy deverell Written and produced by JOflN SELWVN GILBERT
Series editor bruce norman See page's 61 and 82 The Chronicle team will be back in the Solent for the lifting in September. r
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Hannah Gordon , Patrick Garland and Arthur Marshall
Diane Keen , Ian OgUvy
Referee Robert Robinson
Call M,4 Bluff devised by MARK COODSON , BILL TODUAN Directed by alan j. w. BELL Producer I'AUL ciani
A Forty Minutes documentary series in seven parts, filmed at Harefield Hospital.
Bruce Anderson lies unconscious in Recovery. In his chest beats the heart of a young road traffic victim. From his body protrude drainage tubes. Machines perform the work of his lungs. A small dot travelling across a screen indicates that he is still alive. But nurses monitor his state anxiously. This film charts the 48 hours of progress that follow the operation when, to the wonderment of his wife Kay, Bruce Anderson begins the long journey back to life.
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer LOUISE panton
In the studio: Denny Laine
Clint Eastwood and General Saint
Vintage OGWT: Joan Armatrading (1973)
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer Michael appletow
The Old Grey Whistle Test-Test Pressing (record BELP 017, cassette zcf 017). frum ntuilcrs
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. From the programme's team of correspondents: film reports shot in Britain and around the world on the issues and topics which are making the headlines. joan BAKEWELL has first news of stories from the arts; david icke and MARSHALL LEE have the stories from behind the world of sport.
The State Express Classic from the West Hants Club, Bournemouth.
Highlights of today's play in Britain's top clay court tournament. Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentator DAN MASKELL
JOHN BARRETT , MARK COX
JOluunt: WATIIERSTON, JOHH rHILirS