6.40 Maths: Modelling Drugs. 7.5 Living with Death. 7.30 Computing: Booking Systems.
Story: The Grand Old Duke of York
Written by MAUREEN ROFFEY Presenters
Lucie Skeaping, Don Spencer
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Following the fortunes of five drivers at the local banger race proves there's a lot to learn on and off the track-an example of educated leisure?
Producer SUZANNE CAMPBELL-JONES
A BBC/Open University production
in Beau Chumps
Stan and Ollie soon forget what they joined the Foreign Legion to forget.
Directed by JAMES HORNE Produced by HAL ROACH i Black and white)
A charming underwater fantasy shot in the Red Sea which begins with a telephone ringing on the sea-bed....
Written, produced and directed by MIKE VALENTINE
The fifth of nine films Money, Money, Money
The most important tool of the oil trade is money. The big oil companies make it, borrow it and spend it in quantities that are almost impossible to comprehend. The sort of loans taken out to finance the Alaskan pipeline and the Forties field could bankrupt a company long before the oil got to market.
The man who manages BP's financial affairs is known in the company as ' Q '. He's very far from the sober pin-striped image of the city banker. But he's the man that the city bankers and brokers wait upon, hoping that they'll be granted the favour of lending him money.
Assistant producer JONATHAN CRANE
Written and produced by TREVOR PHILPOTT
(The Sharp End: tomorrow at 6.20 pm)
BBC2 Snooker Championship.
The first of seven programmes.
Eight talented teenagers compete for the 1982 Junior Pot Black Trophy.
Featuring in the qualifying one-frame knockout round: Neal Foulds (Perivale) British Junior Under-19 Champion v Paddy Browne (Dublin) All-Ireland Junior Champion
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Commentator TED LOWE Referee JOHN WILLIAMS Guest Dean Reynolds
with subtitles, followed by Weather
A series of seven programmes
From The Assembly Rooms, Derby, Gerald Harrison introduces BBC2's brass band knockout competition. 5: The First Semi-Final
Current North West Champions Leyland Vehicles Band, conducted by RICHARD EVANS , 'battle it out for a place in the Final and a chance to win £1,500 against Scottish Champions Whitburn Burgh Band, conducted by MAJOR PETER PARKES. Competing for the Sovereign Award in tonight's programme are two cornet soloists John Hudson of Leyland Band and Archie Sutherland of Whitburn Band. With guest supporters
Gerald Harrison and Ken Bruce Judges Lt-Col Trevor L. Sharpe, MVO, OBE, Bernard Keeffe
Sound NEIL MURRAY
Lighting GORDON WHITE
Designers BRYAN ELLIS , TOM YARDLEY JONES Producer KEN GRIFFIN
An Evening of Viennese Music
Presented by Moira Anderson with John Brecknock and featuring Jack Rothstein The Johann Strauss Dancers
The New London Concert Orchestra leader HANS GEIGER associate conductor Marcus Dods
Choreographer GERALDINE STEPHENSON Sound ADRIAN BISHOP-LAGGETT Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Designer TONY BURROUGH
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
A profile of Ted Turner , a man who can justly claim to have revolutionised American television. Using satellites and the ever-growing cable system, his local Atlanta television station now reaches an estimated 25 million American homes across the continent. He pioneered 24-hour cable TV news and this year pre-empted his network opposition by starting a second non-stop cable news channel from Turner Broadcasting. A colourful and outspoken southern millionaire, Turner is known in America as ' Captain Outrageous ' after his 1977 victory in the America's Cup yacht races. Narrated by IAIN JOHNSTONE
Film cameraman NIGEL WALTERS Film editor MARGARETTE BENDALL Produced by IAIN JOHNSTONE
Eugene is a pianist with just two days to rehearse for his recital. But Eugene is also a master in the art of procrastination. His room-mate, David, has no trouble concentrating. Can Eugene learn from David's example? And, incidentally, who ordered the cheese?
Story, direction and animation by RICHARD CONOIE for NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA
The last in a series of personal views from the Third World.
Nicaragua: a Dangerous Example
Xabier Gorostiaga is a Jesuit priest and a revolutionary - he sees no conflict in being both. Like many Latin American countries today his country, Nicaragua, suffered under a brutal dictatorship - until 1979 wtien there was a popular insurrection and a new revolutionary government was set up. That government's goal is to create a democratic society and to bring about a radical improvement in the lives of the poor. Xabier Gorostiaga explains how these goals have come under attack from a sector inside the country and, perhaps more significantly, from the United States. Gorostiaga believes the United States feels threatened by the existence of a non-aligned independent nation in its Central American backyard and is determined to prevent the example spreading.
Film editor HOWARD SHARP Producer ANNE WEBER
Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS
An article linked with this programme is in THE LISTENER dated 19 August
Tonight and for the next three weeks, Joan Bakewell presents her view of all that's best and brightest at the Edinburgh Festival.
John Tusa and Donald MacCor mick 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 from Britain and around the world on the issues and topics making the headlines.
JOHN HOLME , JOHN MAHONEY. TONY HALL Directors
MIKE CATHERWOOD. JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
HOWARD ANDERSON , NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Kditor DAVID LLOYD