Timper Tomper Finds a Home by DOROTHY LENTIN Presenters
Elizabeth Millbank, Fred Harris
5101 preparatory Maths: Numbers
BBC outside broadcast cameras cover four races on the first day of this popular mixed meeting
2.30 The Round Oak Stakes (Handicap. 5f)
3.0 The Horris Hill Stakes (7f 60y) Henry Cecil has an outstanding chance here of adding a further big 2-year-old prize to his impressive collection.
3.30 The Newbury Autumn Hurdle (2m and about lOOy)
4.0 The Rosy Brook Handicap Steeplechase (3m)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY LINDLEY , RICHARD PITMAN and JOHN HANMER
Television presentation BILL TAYLOR Results on Ceefax
A comedy cartoon
There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown
With their new album topping the charts, there's another chance to see the Arena profile of rock band Dire Straits, filmed in 1979 at a critical stage in their career. The band members discuss the pressures and consequences of their astonishing success as they record the album 'Making Movies', The film includes extensive concert material of the original band performing together for the last time, at the Rainbow Theatre in London.
Producer ALAN YENTOR
Director NIGEL FINCH
Eight films following the fortunes of the young men who aim to fly the fast jets of the Royal Air Force. 7: Wings
From Basic Flying School only two go on to the Advanced Flying School at RAF Valley in Anglesey. They fly fast and low. For six months the mountains and valleys of Wales are both classroom and playground. If they pass the course they are at last entitled to wear their wings.
Film editor TONY HEAVEN Producer COLIN STRONG
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The merry-go-world of writing, publishing and selling books.
Peep beneath the covers of the book world - and what do you find? Gentlemen of high standards and lofty ideals guarding a treasury of good books? Or an unprincipled band of greedy buccaneers who grab the bestseller and run?
Frank Delaney and Bernard Clark look for truth between the two extremes-with help from, among others, Beryl Bainbridge
Jeffrey Archer and publishers
Tom Maschler and Peter Mayer
Executive producer TOM GUTTERIDGE Producer BERNARD CLARK
(Who's Reading What and with Whom tonight at 10.10)
The final programme of the series on the life of Fred Dibnah. Victory - and After
The family's steam-roller and trailer has weathered the storm through which they travelled to the rally, but it is a grey day only to be faced after a pint or two before breakfast. In the show ring Fred is rewarded with a tankard to commemorate his epic journey but it has been a gruelling week. which every year he swears he will never again repeat, and it's a relief to get back to everyday life and topple another chimney. Narrator Deryck Guyler
Photography ARTHUR SMITH , UARTIN LIGHTENING
Sound JACK WILSONFilm editor PETERGIBBS Assistant producer JEAN THOMPSON
Written and produced by DON HAWORTH BBC Manchester
Written by KELLY MONTEITH , NEIL SHAND starring Kelly Monteith featuring
LIZA GODDARD.FREDERICK JAEGER JOHN MALCOLM ,
KEN PARRY MARINA SIRTIS , VICTOR SPINETTI PETER SPRAGGON , JOHNNY WADE
With SUZI MOLLETT , GEORGE TOVEY
Music composed by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Sound JOHN DELANEY
Lighting WARWICK FIELDING Designer DAVID BUCKINGHAM Producer BILL WILSON
A series of films portraying issues, institutions and individuals.
Man's inhumanity to animals is well documented, largely condemned - and totally condoned.
In the name of scientific progress and food production, the vivisector continues to experiment, the farmer herds his stock into life imprisonment - and a nation of animal-lovers turns a blind eye.
But this year protest has grown louder. Polite objections have become heated arguments. At the extreme, action has taken over from argument altogether. The moral obligation to free animals from batteries and laboratories is held to justify a technical infringement of the law. So the animal liberators are breaking and entering, photographing, recording and freeing cats and dogs and rabbits and chickens from the battery, the electrode, and the forced inhaler.
Film cameraman MIKE SPOONER Film sound JOHN PRITCHARD Film editor PETER SYMES Executive producer ROGER MILLS
Producer ROBYN WALLIS
is a literary quiz. Ned Sherrtn asks
Antonia Fraser and her team John Gross
— and Salman Rushdie and John Mortimer and his team Angela Carter and Sally Emerson what they enjoy reading, why and how and when. To test their knowledge and pleasure they have been set a few questions, some frivolous, some musical - all ingenious. Ian Page sings the songs.
Executive producer TOM GUTTERIDGE Produced by JULIAN JEBB
(Pages of War: tomorrow at 7.15)
PETER snow in Belfast with a full report on the results so far in the Northern Ireland
DONALD MACCORMACK and LINDA ALEXANDER in London with the news.
Assembly Election: results and background on Ceefax page 202