6.40 Biology: Osmoregulation. 7.5 Geology: Climates of the Past. 7.30 Engineering Materials.
The fourth day of this summer festival of racing.
2.0 Foxhall Maiden Stakes (7f)
2.30 Alycidon Stakes (l}m)
3.0 Extel Stakes (H'cap. Urn)
The season's richest 3-year-old handicap which is always a lively betting medium.
3.35 Ralph Hubbard Memorial Nursery H'cap Stakes (5f)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER o'sullevan JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER Producer riciiaro tilling
International Show Jumping from Hickstead featuring
The Benson and Hedges Salver
The first visit to the All-
England Jumping Course on this Nations Cup weekend. The leading riders from six nations are competing and 'today's featured class consists of one round and a jump-off against the clock. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY
Cricket: First Test
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from Edgbaston Second day
Producer Show Jumping JOHNNIE WATIIERSTON
The last of five programmes Relationships
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy
with Sally James and David Soul
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Michael Bryant tells A School Story by M. R. James
Collecting your own seeds and re-sowing is certainly the cheapest way of reproducing prized plants, but how do you ensure reliable results? Mary Spiller finds out from Jim Sutherland , whose garden is full of rare plants. He also explains his individual theories on potting composts and how to take cuttings from heathers.
Producer ANDREW meikle
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
An eight-part examination of the history and current state of the British economy. Written and presented by John Eatwell
4: Colbert and the Commissariat
While Britain remained wedded to free trade and laissez-faire, her competitors adopted different strategies: Germany turned to protection and industrial banking; France stuck to her long tradition of a centrally directed economy.
Directed by ROBERT ALBURY Produced by TONY ROBERTS
A return visit to radio's popular musical challenge to
Frank Muir , John Amis
Ian Wallace and Dents Norden with questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation Douglas bespe
based on a story by LEO TOLSTOY
In a wild and mountainous landscape a battle of wills is fought between a Russian Imperialist officer and a brigand chief. Prisoner of the Tartars he was sent to subdue, the young cavalryman resolutely refuses to accept his captivity although the odds against an escape seem overwhelming.
Narrative spoken by ALAN DOBIE
English adaptation by peggy miller Directed by georgi kalatozishvili
Produced by soviet television
As part of Monday's Q.E.D. documentary, A Guide to Armageddon, two London couples each volunteered to carry out a ten-day ' consumer test' - underground in a nuclear shelter.
Joy and Erik sealed themselves in a 910,000 buried steel bunker, six feet underground. Ken and Liz followed Home Office recommendations and dug their own 36-inch-wide emergency trench in the back garden. They, too, stayed down for ten days.
This programme is a record of how the two couples coped underground during last winter's severe cold spell with only a fixed camera to observe them, completely out of touch with the outside world.
Executive producer mick RHODES Producer MICK JACKSON
(Postponed from 28 Mau)
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from Edgbaston
RICHIE BENAUD with highlights of the second day's play.
12.0 English Furniture of the 30s. 12.25 The Mosque.