6.5 Newton's Third Law. 0.30 Lavas of Etna. 6.55 Forces In an Engine. 7.20 Living Language. 7.45 The Evolution of Mammals.
In alphabetical order, the full result of each constituency so far declared.
10.40-10.45 Mind Stretchers Solution: Bridges
11.0-11.15 Capricorn Game A serial adventure: 6
12.3 Let's Go
10: Let's Find Out About Things
Scene: In Spite o/ Their Deafness
* Subtitles on Cee/az page 270
The Stella Artois Championships from the Queen's Club, London
Live coverage of this afternoon's quarter-final matches with f 139,000 at stake in prize money.
All four of last year's Wimbledon semi-finalists, Jimmy Connors , John McEnroe , Mark Edmondson and Tim Mayotte , should be in today's matches, and everyone will be interested to watch Ivan Lendl play on grass.
Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentator DAN MASKELL
JOHN BARRETT , MARK COX
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , JOHN PHILIPS
The last programme of the Television and Politics case study. It follows a day in the life of the television coverage of the 1979 General Election.
Producer JOHN MILLER
A BBC/Open University production
The feature film starring Tom Conway , Mona Maris
When a bankrupt art collector decides that murder is the way out of his financial problems, the Falcon is called in to investigate. But the number of corpses grows alarmingly high-and the elegant detective is nearly one of them ...
Screenplay by GEORGE WORTHING YATES , GERALD CERAGHTY Producer MAURICE GERAGHTY Directed by WILLIAM BERKE
Films: page 21
Written and presented by Barry Norman , with personal comment from Olivia de Havilland, who co-starred with Flynn many times; Nora Eddington Black , Flynn's second wife; David Niven , actor and friend who once shared a home with Flynn; Vincent Sherman , director of The Adventures of Don Juan ; Ronald Shedlo , Flynn's secretary; Deirdre Flynn , daughter; Hal B. Wallis , producer at Warner Brothers where Flynn made most of his films; Delmer Daves , director and friend; Joe Hyams , journalist; Dame Anna Neagle , who made two films with Flynn towards the end of his career.
Director MARGARET SHARP
Producer BARRY BROWN
with subtitles, followed by Weather
with John Pitman
Winner of the British Academy Award last year for the Best Documentary Programme of 1981. A candid look at a day in the life of a grand hotel: upstairs and front of house with the rich and famous-Lord Carnarvon, Harold Macmillan - downstairs and behind the scenes with the valets, chambermaids, chefs and waiters who have to keep the clients happy. The Ritz was once the stamping-ground of everybody who was anybody. But it can't afford to live in the past. So the Ritz clings to its old traditions of luxurious opulence and Edwardian elegance while beginning to cater for the new Ritz people - businessmen, tourists and gentlemen from the Middle East. Wonderfully entertaining (daily express)
Fascinating (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH) Film editor JIM LATHAM
Producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF
from the Cambridge University Botanic Garden
Roy Lancaster and Geoff Hamilton , with the help of Peter Orriss , the superintendent, look at the rock garden, scented garden, island beds and winter garden.
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Pebble Mill Gardening tips on Ceejax page 268
The first of 13 programmes
A return of the popular musical quiz with a weekly challenge to Frank Muir and John Amis from Ian Wallace and Denis Norden with questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation DOUGLAS BESPE
A film by DAVID RUDKIN
When Martin 's adopted daughter is kidnapped from their English home by a mysterious figure from Ireland, Martin decides to go in pursuit and finds himself across the water exploring his own background as a Protestant in Ulster. The film is both a chase thriller and David Rudkin 's personal view of the situation in Northern Ireland.
Music by ILONA SEKACZ
Programme associate amis PARR Designer DICK COLES
Film editor DON rAiRSEHvici
Lighting cameraman COLIN hunn Producer kenith tbodd Directed by PAUL SEED
Thirty minutes in the company of Britain's popular country instrumentalist and vocalist Pete Sayers with his resident guest, Diane Solomon.
Pete's special guests this week are Joe Fagin and one of America's finest harmonica players, Terry McMillan.
HUSlC ROGER MCKEW Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting DICKIE HICHAM Designer PHIL ROBERSON Producer RICK GARDNER
DONALD MACCORMICK and LINDA ALEXANDER present a full account of the latest news, analysis and reaction following the result of the General Election.
With the help of specially-commissioned surveys, there will be a detailed assessment of where the crucial votes went and why; and a look at what sort of people have been elected to the new House of Commons.
With reports from Newsnight's team of correspondents and reporters at home and abroad.
11.35. Images: Diffraction in Action
How can lasers assist in monitoring dangerous asbestos fibres? A system developed at Cardiff University is used to examine some basic ideas on diffraction.
12.0* Reaching the Community
Community policing! How does a beat-bobby reach the community, and where does the policeman's loyatty lie-with his force, or the community?