6.25 Holography at Work
6.50 Inquiry: Newsreel Coverage
7.13 Augustus: Portrait and Image
7.40 BART 2: Safety. Reliability 8.S Conflict in the Family
8.30 A Portrait of Summer School
8.55 People and Social Structure
9.20 Maths: Curve Sketching 945 Control of Technology
10.10 Engineering Mechanics
10.35 How Minerals are Made
11.0 Heat from Sea Beds
11.25 Mass Communication and Society
11.50 Biology: Cell Movement
12.15 Inside Volcanoes
12.40 Moving Muscles
1.5 Engineering: Crates and Ale
1.30 Maths Methods: Projectiles
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
Motor Racing from Spa
The Belgian Grand Prix
Britain's JOHN WATSON was the winner of last year's Grand Prix at Zolder, a race marred by the death in practice of GILLES VILLENEUVE. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
The John Player League
Another round of the lively 40 overs a side competition, first contested in 1969 when the winners were Lancashire.
Commentators JIM LAKER
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and PETER WALKER
The FA Cup Final
The moments that mattered from yesterday's
( final at Wembley, and a report on the triumphant homecoming of the winners.
The Scottish FA Cup Final
Aberdeen v Rangers
Holders ABERDEEN started as favourites to win this repeat of last year's final, but RANGERS were counting on tradition and experience in their eighth successive Hampden appearance.
Commentator ARCHIE MACPHERSON
'The above timings indicate only the first o/ several transmissions. Television presentation:
Motor Racing BELGIAN television SERVICE Cricket BOB DUNCAN Football rRBD VINER
Scottish Cup Final BILL MALCOLM Assistant editor Grandstand JOHN ROWLINSON
Producer Grandstand martin hopkins Editor Grandstand mike murphy
A BDC vidcobook, Botham's Ashes (bbcv 5015) from retailers
Cricket scores on Ceefax
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world: the interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Jan Leeming
Editor FRED BOLTUM
A Desert Place
The Sonoran Desert, southern Arizona. Now one of the hottest and toughest places on earth to live. Its present-day inhabitants are adaptable colonists or survivors from milder times 100,000 years ago when the region was largely grass and woodland.
The spade-foot toad is one of the survivors. It completes its entire life cycle in just three weeks after the annual rainstorm - and then burrows underground. The giant saguaro cactus, on the other hand, largest living thing in the Sonoran, has learned to make use of the rare but violent falls of rain. It takes up a ton of water in a few hours - enough to survive two years of drought.
Written and narrated by John Hedges
Photographed and directed by JOHN BORDEN and NEIL GOODWIN Produced by peace river FILMS Series editors
PETER JONES , ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol
with Jan Leeming Weather
To exhibit at the Chelsea Flower Show is considered by most growers to be the honour of a lifetime, but to win one of the Royal Horticultural Society's coveted gold medals is a dream come true. Peter Seabrook visits some of the nurseries, to meet the people res- ponsible for making Britain's greatest flower show such a dazzling display of horticultural perfection.
Director LAURENCE vulmamt Producer NEIL ECCLES
Scotland v England 1980
For years, even decades, England's rugby team seemed to lack that mettle needed to win at the highest level. Then one Bill Beaumont emerged to lead them to a ' grand slam' with a magnificent victory against Scotland.
The Formula One
The Belgian Grand Prix
After a break of 13 years, the Formula One World Championship returns to the undulating Spa Circuit. In 1970 the BRM team won the race on what used to be the fastest Grand Prix circuit-now reduced from 8.8 miles to less than half the distance. JOHN WAT SON won last year's Belgian Grand Prix which was marred by Gilles Villeneuve 's fatal crash in practice. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
TV presentation by the BELGIAN TV service Producer ROGER moody
The world-renowned Welsh tenor in a programme of popular songs, ballads and operatic anas. His guest this evening is GUlian KnIght
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra leader DESMOND BRADLEY conducted by Robin Stapleton accompanist John Constable
Lighting TONY ESOOTT Sound HARRY THOMAS
Designer GERALD murphy
Producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS
Director ANDREW QUICK . BBCWales
bv R. F DELDERFIELD
Winner of the Broadcasting Press
Guild Television Award for the Best Serial.
Dramatised in 13 parts by ANDREW DAVIES starring
Frank Middlemass Alan MacNaughtan
7- Herries announces his retirement. David and Carter both put in their applications for the job, but find the competition only just beginning.
Cast in order of appearance:
Music composed by kenyoneurys-roberts Producer KEN riddington Director PETER jefferies
20 BBC Drama Themes (record reh 464, cassette ZCR 464) from retailers
A profile of R. F. Delderfield. Mightier Than the Sword, Wednesday 7.0 pm
Sir Rufus Creighton:
John Tusa and Donald MacCormlck present a weekly assessment of the campaign so far. Peter Snow analyses the opinion polls and what they reveal about the shifts of opinion on the politicians and the issues that will decide the campaign. Editor DAVID LLOYD
The second part of a concert from the Apollo Victoria, London, in which this popular entertainer from Denver, Colorado, presents his music, tells stories of some of his travels and how they relate to the songs he has written.
Sound CHRIS BOLCOMBI
TV presentation YVONNE littlewood