« 5 Maths: Matrix Algebra. 6.30 Conflict in the Family. 6.55 The Plough and the Hoe: 3. 7.20 People and Social Structure.
7.4S Producing the Goods.
The Benson and Hedges Cup
PETER WEST introduces live coverage of one of today's zonal matches until the lunch interval. Cricket scores on Ceejax
The Benson and Hedges Cup Further coverage
Racing from Goodwood
2.30 The Daily Mirror Apprentice Championship (Round 4, H'cap, 5f)
3.0 The Lupe Stakes (l½m)
This race gives a pointer to The Oaks, being over the full classic distance.
3.30 The United Dominions Trust Stakes (7f)
This day in the life of a Roman Catholic girls' convent boarding-school exposes some very special values and beliefs in the chapel, in the classroom, and in the dormitory.
Producer suzanne campbell-jones
A BBC/Open University production
A chance to see again some of the concerts recorded at the Regal Theatre, Hitchin, and featured in the recent Sight and Sound In Concert series. Today: Thin Lizzy Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
with Nicky Croydon , Bob Goody Leni Harper , Billy Hartman and Trevor Laird
Leaf through the fourth issue of Dear Heart to be confused by Billy following a lead, intrigued by Leni on the music page, shocked by Bob as the surgeon, sympathetic with Nicky being bored and distressed by Trevor being misunderstood.
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Designer BRUCE macadie Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
with subtitles, followed by Weather
A series of five programmes Consultant MALCOLM DAVIES 3: Come to the Party
Life away from Westminster. The Party Conference; the constituency; family life; outside interests and jobs. MPs taking part include David Alton , The Rt Hon Tony Benn , Elaine Kellett-Bowman Michael Colvin and The Rt Hon William Rodgers
Film editor TERRY WILLIAMS
Directed by NICHOLAS METCALFE Produced by TONY ROBERTS
at the National Film Theatre
Nicolas Roeg is one of Britain's most controversial film directors. His pictures are complex, perplexing and occasionally disturbing. Roeg himself is something of an enigma - a private, complicated man who, tonight in his Guardian Lecture, talks for the first time on television to Philip Strick about his progress from clapper-boy to cult cinema figure.
Film extracts include: Walkabout, Don't Look Now, Eureka.
Director TONY TYLEY
Producer ALLAN KASSELL
DAVID SHEPHERD , known for his paintings of wildlife, has developed a passionate involvement in animal conservation. This film follows the progress, from blank canvas to finished painting, of a new elephant picture.
Shepherd reveals some fascinating painting techniques and talks of his active concern for preserving both wildlife and that other vanishing species ... steam trains.
Narrated by MICHAEL TUDOR BARNES
Executive producer KENNETH corden Producer PETER bartlett
Presented by Henry Kelly and Susan Grossman , with drinks correspondent Jill Goolden
Top of the menu tonight:
British honey and the octogenarian detective who is unmasking low foreign imitations.
Director ROBERT TONER
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
Ade Edmondson , Rik Mayall
Nigel Planer , Christopher Ryan and MARK ARDEN , JEAN CAMPBELL DALLAS , PAOLA DIONISOTTI , CLAIR HILL , CERI JACKSON , PETER LAXTON , TONY SYMPSON , ROGER SLOMAN
Written by BEN ELTON , RIK MAYALL , LISE MAYER. Additional material ALEXEI SAYLE Music PETER BREWIS
Director GEOFF POSNER
Producer PAUL JACKSON
as the Balowski Family featuring:
' Alex James was the greatest footballer the world has ever seen,' or so claims one devoted fan in Arsenal!, a tribute to the football team who epitomised glamour and success in the 1930s. Arsenal won every honour in the game and even earned an international reputation when English football was rarely exported across the Channel. With newsreel coverage of the games (including the notorious ' Bloodbath of Highbury' when England played Italy on a foggy November day in 1934) and contributions from players and supporters, Arsenal' evokes a glorious era of one of the world's most famous football clubs.
Narrator ANDREW FAULDS
Film editor PETER SYMES
Director VICTORIA WEGG-PROSSER
The Wit to Woo
Dramatised by JOSEPHINE POOLE Narrated by Keith Barron
' Here's your husband,' said the witch, pointing to the owl on her wrist. Lavinia's husband was a philanderer. She tried pills and potions, and winsome ways, but all to no avail. Nothing kept him away from the ladies, so the only thing left was witchcraft ...
Photography MIKE WAGEN Film editor ROD Thomas
Produced and directed by JOHN king 'first shown on BBC South West)
The Benson and Hedges Cup Highlights of today's play
12.5 Ecology: Red Crouse
A study of how to maintain anil in. crease the population of red grouse on Scottish heather moors.
12.30 Social Psycholouy : ldentity
This programme examines the changes in identity of a warehouseman who be came an art college student in order to learn sculpture.