6.40 Maths: Non-Euclidean Geometry.
7.5 Constable and Turner. 7.30 Inquiry: A Welsh Village.
ZAHIDA DIN came from Pakistan to join her husband, but from the moment of her arrival here she faced nothing but problems. She reveals her ordeal to TAJ-HASNAIN. TAHIRA ISMAT reads a story for children and GHULAM ALI sings a Ghazal.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
12.30 The Pre-School Child: Work ' can be fun:
12.55 Energy in the Home: Building for the future.
This film tries to re-create the experience of visiting two Medici gardens, the Villa di Castello and the Boboli Gardens near Florence.
A BBC/Open University production
One Good Turn and Night Owls .
One Good Turn directed by JAMES HORNE Night Owls directed by JAMES PARROTT HAL ROACH films
A series of five programmes 3: India
When Lord Mountbatten said to his mother, ' Oh, by the way Mama, there's a change in my programme; I'm being sent out to India as Viceroy', this 81-year-old woman, who had never in her life let a swear word escape her, sat bolt upright and said ' damn, damn, damn'.
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy
Sally James and actor/singer David Soul with a lively mix of music and conversation.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
John Woodvine tells
The Yellow Cat by MICHAEL JOSEPH
Isla St Clair and Desmond Lynam with all the latest stories from the world of travel, together with a full information kit for people on the move.
Today's Exchange Rates: what it will cost you abroad for everything from petrol to postcards.
Traffic Jam of the Week: where it's going to be and how to avoid it. Holiday Weather: Jim Bacon sticks his neck out.
Producer ROGER MACDONALD
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON
It's the contention of the Glasgow Media Group, re-stated in its latest book, Really Bad News, that TV news is biased against the left.
It has been called a ' shadowy guerrilla force on the fringe of broadcasting ', but this evening its spokesman, Greg Philo , with Michael Meacher , mp, emerge into the spotlights of a Lime Grove studio to argue their case against an audience of BBC and ITV news-men, reporters and producers. Chairman Nick Ross
Producers HUGH PURCELL and tom CONWAY
The first of seven programmes.
A movie quiz devised, written and presented by Robin Ray and designed to find the person most knowledgeable about the cinema. This week's contestants are a civil engineer from Inverness, a freelance film technician from London, a trainee legal executive from Enfield and a post office worker from Hoylake, Cheshire.
They each identify a compilation of four films, answer general questions on stars, directors, writers, composers; and choose a specific area of the cinema on which to be more closely tested.
In tonight's programme these areas are: The Films of David Niven ; The Films of Bing Crosby ; Ealing Films; 20th Century-Fox and Cinemascope.
Designer CHRIS EDWARDS Directed by PAUL LOOSLEY
Produced by JOHN BUTTERY
by LEWIS GRASSIC GIBBON dramatised for television in four episodes by BILL CRAIG starring and 3: Stratus
" ' I didn't cry at all when I knew what had happened. I'd given enough trouble," said the Chris that survived all things that came to her.'
Film cameraman ALEX SCOTT
Studio lighting ALAN HENDERSON
Designer DAVID MCKENZIE
Producer RODERICK GRAHAM
Director TOM COTTER. BBC Scotland
Dalziel of Meiklebogs:
' Feet' Leslie:
The Inchcape Championships
The ninth successive championships to be staged at Goodwood House in Sussex, the centre of British Dressage, were held at the end of May.
Riders taking part include the current European title-holder, UWE SCHULTEN-DAUMER from Germany, the Danish National Champion, TOVE JORCK-JORCKSON, and leading the British challenge, JENNIE LORISTON-CLARK .
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and TANYA LARRIGAN
Film cameraman IAN KENNEDY Film editor PAUL FABRICUS Producer JOHN MCNICHOLAS
Presenters PETER SNOW, JOHN TUSA and DONALD MACCORMICK bring you the major events of the day, and explain their significance.